Is This Rocket Science? from Who cares if they listen? by Oberdada. Originally released on the Rocket Science EP in 2006. from Who cares if they listen?, released January 13, 2014. Luckily I was spared, save for the two first songs of this album, until quite recently. If you like Oberdada, you may also like: 輪 迴 by Sabiwa. Taiwanese performance artist Sabiwa uses warping bass, brittle beats, and shifting sample layers as the base for her charismatic vocals.
Rocket Science is the eponymous debut album by the collaborative quartet assembled by trumpeter Peter Evans and featuring British saxophonist Evan Parker, pianist Craig Taborn and computer musician Sam Pluta. It was recorded live at the Vortex in London, at the start of the quartet's first tour which then visited the Bimhuis in Amsterdam and the Moers Festival in Germany.
Rocket Science is what it is. Either you hate it completely, or you adore it completely, there's nothing in between. People have really flamed this album for what it is. While Rocket Science clearly takes another step into the alternative rock direction that started with YAMATW, there is a lot more here beyond just another indie rock album. What is my personal opinion? That Rocket Science is a masterpiece. The depth of the material and the amount of detail put into the album is just breath-taking. The whole album is littered with hidden meanings and symbols, as I said, paths you can follow. If you look beyond Rocket Science's indie rock exterior, you'll find that it's a very personal album, probably Stephan's most personal album so far, it gives a whole new perspective on the world if you are open for it.
Apoptygma Berzerk - Rocket Science (2009). Songs in album Apoptygma Berzerk - Rocket Science (2009).
Rocket Science is a studio album from Apoptygma Berzerk. It follows the same path of synth-rock trends as the band's last album You and Me Against the World. The first single was "Apollo (Live On Your TV)" followed by "Green Queen". The album's theme is heavily influenced by the novel 1984 by George Orwell, as well as various conspiracy theories and The Matrix movies. The album's lyrics reflect Stephan's world view and his personal life and views. The album also features guest vocals on multiple tracks from Benji Madden from Good Charlotte, and Amanda Palmer from The Dresden Dolls. The final track Trash is a cover of a 1996 single by Britpop band Suede.
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