Red is the second studio album by Norwegian dance-punk duo Datarock, released on June 8, 2009. True Stories" (2:49). Do It Your Way" (1:47). Fear of Death" (2:15). The Pretender" (3:08). Back in the Seventies" (3:00). New Days Dawn" (3:08)
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Album Name Datarock Datarock. Released date July 2005. Labels Young Aspiring Professionals. Music StyleElectronic Rock. Members owning this album2. 2. I Used to Dance With My Daddy. 3. Computer Camp Love.
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Datarock Datarock is the debut album by Norwegian Dance-punk duo Datarock, released in 2005. The duo's hit single, "Computer Camp Love", is a playful song based on the 1984 American comedy Revenge of the Nerds and almost parodies "Summer Nights". The album was later released in 2007 to North America and included the music videos for "Bulldozer", "Computer Camp Love", and "Fa-Fa-Fa".
The challenge: Are Datarock kitsch? Are they campy like Scissor Sisters? How do Datarock want to be received with lyrics like "Get on my hands and knees/ On your command I'll freeze" or songs like "Nightflight to Uranus", where "Uranus" is "your anus" and the rest is all "We're gonna give and then we'll receive" sorta stuff? Are they funny ha ha, or Funny Ha Ha? Reception's everything, sure fine okay, and musically the songs pack enough jabs for all you "I don't listen to lyrics" and "I only like hip-hop. That said, Datarock scrap together an identity across the album with (a) the aforementioned art-gayness and (b) live drums over drum machine production, with the balance leaning closer to the synthier side of things even on the album's rougher Sloppy Mondays moments, like the massive romp "I Used To Dance With My Daddy".
Red (Datarock album). Red. Studio album by Datarock. Red is the second studio album by Norwegian Dance-punk duo Datarock, released on 8. June 2009.
BPM Profile Datarock Datarock. Album starts at 156BPM, ends at 138BPM (-18), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Datarock. A Fool at Forty is a Fool Indeed.