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Limited colored vinyl LP pressing. Dark pop is the balancing act between clean and distorted, between analogue and digital, between condemning and uniting, which Blackout Problems - founded in 2012 and consisting of Mario Radetzky (vocals, guitar), Marcus Schwarzbach (bass, vocals), Michael Dreilich (drums) and Moritz Hammrich (guitar, vocals) - dares to do. A balancing act that seems to bring the tensions of contemporary 'black and white' debates and genre-spanning diversity to it's dizzying pinnacle. The shape of pop to come?
Limited colored vinyl LP pressing. Dark pop is the balancing act between clean and distorted, between analogue and digital, between condemning and uniting, which Blackout Problems - founded in 2012 and consisting of Mario Radetzky (vocals, guitar), Marcus Schwarzbach (bass, vocals), Michael Dreilich (drums) and Moritz Hammrich (guitar, vocals) - dares to do. A balancing act that seems to bring the tensions of contemporary 'black and white' debates and genre-spanning diversity to it's dizzying pinnacle. The shape of pop to come?
194397184914

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Format: Vinyl
Label: MORZ
Rel. Date: 04/16/2021
UPC: 194397184914

Dark
Artist: Blackout Problems
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $23.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. MURDERER
2. BROTHER
3. GERMANY, GERMANY
4. DARLING
5. HOUSEONFIRE
6. DARK
7. LADY EARTH
8. DRIVEBY
9. LOVERS
10. SEVEN
11. FIREMAN
12. HEAVEN
13. GHOSTS
14. EPISODE I
15. EPISODE II
16. EPISODE III
17. EPISODE IV
18. EPISODE V
19. EPISODE VI

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Limited colored vinyl LP pressing. Dark pop is the balancing act between clean and distorted, between analogue and digital, between condemning and uniting, which Blackout Problems - founded in 2012 and consisting of Mario Radetzky (vocals, guitar), Marcus Schwarzbach (bass, vocals), Michael Dreilich (drums) and Moritz Hammrich (guitar, vocals) - dares to do. A balancing act that seems to bring the tensions of contemporary 'black and white' debates and genre-spanning diversity to it's dizzying pinnacle. The shape of pop to come?
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