SAM - Brainwasher
TBM, Industrial SAM's third album called 'Brainwasher' is here and I'm not that sure they are best experienced by listening on an album, my guess they are at their most ass kick rating when experienced on the dance floor or even better, live. Still, they have managed to entertain me pretty well, since I've been having my own party (while wearing earphones) here at the office and also in my car back and forth from work the last week or two. They cured my tiredness while going to work in the morning very well, because not only do these guy's music smack you in the face until you wake up, it also gives you somewhat of a heavy foot on the pedal.

For you guys that haven't listened to SAM before, they are best described as sample based industrial techno. Generally this kind of music bores me out, but they keep it interesting for most parts. My favourite tracks on the album is the reappearance of "Bull Fucking Shit" and the fabulous "Mad as Hell" with some great samples from the old 70's movie "Network". They are probably also the tracks that stand out the most from the rest.

Not able to go out and dance your ass off in some club, buy this album and do it alone. Perhaps it's like with drinking, that real men dance alone.
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Brutal Resonance

SAM - Brainwasher

7.0
"Good"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2010 by Dark Dimensions
SAM's third album called 'Brainwasher' is here and I'm not that sure they are best experienced by listening on an album, my guess they are at their most ass kick rating when experienced on the dance floor or even better, live. Still, they have managed to entertain me pretty well, since I've been having my own party (while wearing earphones) here at the office and also in my car back and forth from work the last week or two. They cured my tiredness while going to work in the morning very well, because not only do these guy's music smack you in the face until you wake up, it also gives you somewhat of a heavy foot on the pedal.

For you guys that haven't listened to SAM before, they are best described as sample based industrial techno. Generally this kind of music bores me out, but they keep it interesting for most parts. My favourite tracks on the album is the reappearance of "Bull Fucking Shit" and the fabulous "Mad as Hell" with some great samples from the old 70's movie "Network". They are probably also the tracks that stand out the most from the rest.

Not able to go out and dance your ass off in some club, buy this album and do it alone. Perhaps it's like with drinking, that real men dance alone.
Aug 16 2010

Patrik Lindström

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Founder of Brutal Resonance in 2009, founder of Electroracle and founder of ex Promonetics. Used to write a whole lot for Brutal Resonance and have written over 500 reviews. Nowadays, mostly focusing on the website and paving way for our writers.

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