Album by SMP. This Perfect Day. Beautiful. X. Corporate Culture. Hacker Like Me. Soylent Green. MusicBrainz: Crimes Of The Future. this site: Crimes Of The Future.
SMP, aka Sounds of Mass Production, is Jason Bazinet. It's danceable, aggressive, diverse and complex. The new album, although not yet released, has already spawned hits that fans have been enthusiastic about at recent SMP shows. Read full description. See details and exclusions. See all 3 brand new listings.
Crimes of the Future" is SMP's latest record in the works. The much anticipated follow-up to "Terminal" was mixed by none other than former Reconstriction label mate, Wade Alin of the volatile coldwave act, Christ Analogue. Bazinet's main goal right now is to get the new album released.
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Founded in 1992 (under the short-lived moniker, Synthesia Murder Program) by musicians Jason Bazinet and Sean Ivy (aka Sean Setterberg), the band has gone through numerous lineup changes, with Bazinet remaining, as the sole constant member and primary songwriter. The current live line-up of SMP is Jason Bazinet, James Ramos, and Rey Guajardo. NOTE: Not to be confused with Scott Mitchell Putesky (SMP) of Jack Off Jill, formerly known as Daisy Berkowitz of Marilyn Manson. Crimes Of The Future (CD, Album). Music Ration Entertainment.
Crimes of the Future. Crimes of the Future were a four-piece gang made up of two mean guys and two glamorous femmes fatales. Their debut single ’Screen Villains’ never got released on Zap System Records, as they split up in 2008. The kind of cool melodies most bands would sell their dear old granny for" (Artrocker magazine).