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Newcleus - Computer Age (Push The Button) album mp3

  • Performer: Newcleus
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Title: Computer Age (Push The Button)
  • Released: 1984
  • Style: Electro
  • Country: US
  • MP3 version size: 1166 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1314 mb
  • Other: TTA DXD APE DTS TTA AUD WMA
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 845

Description

Electro compiled by Joey Negro.

Текст песни: Are we under their control, or are they under our control, or what? Are we under their control, or are they under our control, or what? Push the button Computer age is no. .

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They say we should put them in control Well, maybe next we'll give them a soul I guess we must now think that we're gods While we're less men than ever I know the Lord cannot be too glad In fact, I'm sure he must be quite mad To see us take His role from our lives And give. it to computers For here we sit in our easy chairs As our machines decide how we'll fare Who will suffer, who will survive? It's up to the computers

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Album: Destination: Earth - The Definitive Newcleus Recordings, 2004.

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TITLE added to MP3 cart. Computer Age (Push The Button). From the Album Destination: Earth - The Definitive Newcleus Recordings.

Tracklist

Computer Age (Push The Button) 6:26
Computer Age (Push The Button) (Instrumental) 5:18

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SUN 416 Newcleus Computer Age (Push The Button) ‎(12", Single) Sunnyview SUN 416 US 1984
SUNYL 107 Newcleus Computer Age (Push The Button) ‎(12") Sunnyview SUNYL 107 UK 1984
120·21·007 Newcleus Computer Age (Push The Button) ‎(12", Maxi) Sunnyview, Bellaphon 120·21·007 Germany 1984
SUN 416 Newcleus Computer Age (Push The Button) ‎(12", Promo) Sunnyview SUN 416 US 1984
SUNY 107 Newcleus Computer Age (Push The Button) ‎(7") Sunnyview SUNY 107 UK 1984
SUN 3013 Newcleus Computer Age (Push The Button) ‎(7", Single) Sunnyview SUN 3013 US 1984
311094 Newcleus Computer Age ‎(12") Sunnyview, Vogue 311094 France 1984
101982 Newcleus Computer Age ‎(7") Sunnyview, Vogue 101982 France 1984
none Newcleus Push The Button ‎(Acetate, 12", S/Sided) Sunnyview none US 1984

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Comments

Voodoolkree Voodoolkree
This is the most underrated Jam that newcleus put out and runs right with Jam on it and the other tunes on both album's. It toke me awhile to get a copy and I came across it at a yard sale of all places along with seven other 12's and all were VG+ to NM and I bought them all for $10.00 ! Planet Rock,Play at your own risk,PAC-jam the reissue,Egytain LOVER Yes Yes Yes,Dial a Freak,Electric KINGDOM, FIX It In The Mix,Tour De France . I rather be lucky than good any day! You are right Fab it's a must have.
Shem Shem
i have on tape the 8 track version of this all time classic it starts off with top strings then goes into slow beat then half way through when he says push the button it goes into fast beat with hand claps with loads of echo beat is booming then goes back to slow beats it sound like there using a dead crap casio keybord but never the less its a shocker and its by the original and best i got it years ago and if u go on city beat records and look at underground electro vol 3 the automan unrealesed version i have all the unrealesed stuff like jam on it with the rap they cut out of the original 12 thanks
Anarus Anarus
I know that many of you allready know it, but I am posting this review for those who don't know. Many of us like Promo of each record because usually the Promo is released before the regular pressing. But in this case it makes a special sense to have the Promo. First, it includes 2 more versions than the regular one. Second it includes the Club Version which is 9 Minutes long, this ultra long version is only on the Promo pressing, this version is very similar to the version on the LP. Also this pressing includes the Radio Edit version. This is a real MUST HAVE Promo, boombastic. Peace Fab
Felolv Felolv
This is an important piece for me-- I recall buying NOS sealed copies of this circa 1996 in New York State and gifting them out to prized friends. The "serious" side of Newcleus is one that only recently has gotten much attention, and this is one of those tracks. This track is the essence of the cold, anxious view of an oppressively technological future that only electro can communicate. Crushing beats, densely programmed bass hits, and that tense feeling of dread over polyrhythms-- it's an amazing mix, topped off by the bassy vocals contrasting with the vocoder vocals. One of my all-time favorites and as important (perhaps moreso?) as any other Newcleus track. And this was reportedly recorded before Planet Rock was released. "Who will suffer, who will survive?... It's up to the computers. Push The Button." Essential electro.