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  1. Doull Reply

    The Uncanny Valley, an Album by Perturbator. Released 6 May on Blood (catalog no. BLOOD; CD). Genres: Synthwave. Featured peformers: James Kent (aka_text {all instruments} role_id aka_text, songwriter, production), Ariel Zucker-Brull (illustration), Riikka Koivula (layout).

  2. Zolorisar Reply

    21 track album.

  3. Malalabar Reply

    James Kent AKA Perturbator almost manages to overcome my inherent aversion to synthesizer generated tonalities with Uncanny Valley. The music on this album is much like an intense movie or video game score and is programmatic (to use a classical music term) in nature, sort of in a Strauss-ian or Wagnerian vein which is a good way to convey a storyline.

  4. Shale Reply

    James Kent AKA Perturbator almost manages to overcome my inherent aversion to synthesizer generated tonalities with Uncanny Valley. The music on this album is much like an intense movie or video game score and is programmatic (to use a classical music term) in nature, sort of in a Strauss-ian or Wagnerian vein which is a good way to convey a Reviews: 3.

  5. Voodookora Reply

    May 30,  · * “The Uncanny Valley” 2xLP + "The Uncanny Valley – Bonus” LP. * First-time, limited pressing of Perturbator's highly-awaited fourth album and bonus EP. * “The Uncanny Valley” album on heavyweight gram+ Clear 2xLP in heavyweight gsm gatefold jacket, with heavyweight gsm printed inner sleeves/5(20).

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    THIS ITEM IS A PRE-ORDER AND IS DUE TO BE RELEASED ON OR AROUND SEPTEMBER 5TH, * "The Uncanny Valley" Limited Edition gram+ 2xLP. * Available in Transparent Base with Pink and Puple Splatter -or- Pink and Purple nowalmonspatreamokabtarocomater.coinfo below for more information.

  7. Dut Reply

    Jan 09,  · James Kent AKA Perturbator almost manages to overcome my inherent aversion to synthesizer generated tonalities with Uncanny Valley. The music on this album is much like an intense movie or video game score and is programmatic (to use a classical music term) in nature, sort of in a Strauss-ian or Wagnerian vein which is a good way to convey a storyline/5(52).

  8. Momuro Reply

    You can listen to his previous work over at Bandcamp to get a feel for what he’s done before, but the album teaser below sets off a nuclear explosion in the heart of Neo-Tokyo in the space of one scant minute. As perverse as it sounds, The Uncanny Valley may be the heaviest thing you hear all year.

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