Simply Saucer is a Canadian rock band formed during the 1970s. Based in Hamilton, Ontario, the band consisted of guitarist and vocalist Edgar Breau, keyboardist John LaPlante (billed by the stage name Ping Romany), bass guitarist Kevin Christoff and drummer Neil DeMarchant. The band's style has been described as a hybrid of proto-punk and psychedelia and they form a "Rust-belt punk" style, along with The Stooges, MC5 and Alice Cooper
Simply Saucer's Cyborgs Revisited is a truly amazing album. In 1974-1975 not many bands had their energy, attitude, and sonic imagination. Songs like "Electro Rock" and the manic, two-part "Here Come the Cyborgs" sound simultaneously ten years behind and ahead of their time with their mix of frat-house stomp and art-house clatter.
Let's say you're skeptical when you flip through the liner notes and read quote after quote, all from reputable rock publications, praising Cyborgs Revisited as nothing less than "the greatest Canadian rock album ever
By: Simply Saucer (1989, Rock).
Artist: Simply Saucer. Album: Cyborgs Revisited. Tracklist: 01 – Instant Pleasure 02 – Electro Rock 03 – Nazi Apocalypse 04 – Mole Machine 05 – Bullet Proof Nothing 06 – Here Come the Cyborgs Pt 1 07 – Here Come the Cyborgs Pt 2 08 – Dance the Mutation 09 – Illegal Bodies 10 – Here Come the Cyborgs (Live) 11 – Dance the Mutation (Live) 12 – Gonna Throw It All Away (Live) 13 – Limitless Love (Live) 14 – I Can.
Cyborgs Revisited is an album by Simply Saucer, released in 1989 on Mole Sound Records and Cargo Records. It was compiled from various archival recordings by the band, who had only ever released one 7" single before breaking up in 1979. The album's first side was an unreleased demo produced by Daniel Lanois and Bob Lanois in 1974, and the album's second side was a 1975 concert recorded on the roof of Hamilton's Jackson Square.
Artists Simply Saucer Cyborgs Revisited. Cyborgs Revisited Simply Saucer. This album has an average beat per minute of 137 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 112/160 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Cyborgs Revisited. BPM Profile Cyborgs Revisited. Album starts at 160BPM, ends at 146BPM (-14), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing).