CD-R - UEF Records
$7.99 plus S&H
The 1998 full-length Post-Apocalypse was the first Testube release to include vocals. It was recorded and engineered by Michael Lauter (White Trash Compactor) at the Lepper House. This release went out of print when UEF Records closed its doors in 1999.
Reviews of Post-Apocalypse:
"The mastering of this CD is excellent, and the sonic emotional depth will pull you in. The instrumentation is superb with a variety of unique sounds and a dynamic use of drums and bass synths. For those who are more into deep electronic dance music, this CD will aim to please."
"The emotion of the music shines through the peculiar mix of sombre sound sculptures and whispering distorted vocal parts."
"Post-Apocalypse is an enchanting blend of influences from contemporary electro acts such as Mentallo & The Fixer, the trippier moments of Kraftwerk, to the moody dark atmospheres of the last several tracks of Skinny Puppy's VIVI Sect VI, from early-80's new romantic-synth, to gothicish choral and string melodies woth LOTS of acid-squelchy synth-basses."
"As I have come to expect from the UEF, this CD is incredible. If you haven't heard Testube before, make this the first CD you buy."
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