Disquera: Community Library
San Francisco's Units were a punk band, by most measures, but with one significant difference: instead of using guitars, they laced their buzzsaw jangle with analog synthesizers. With drum kit and electric bass providing the music's sturdy spine, they alternate between terse funk ("Tight Fit," "Warm Moving Bodies") and agitated new wave ("High Pressure Days," "Cowboy"), and between Cabaret Voltaire-style tape loop excursions and Devo-caliber choruses. With the group's 1980 LP selling for $100, this posthumous collection is a priceless portrait of a band ahead of its time, striking out on its own.
Música ilimitada en cualquier lugar. Millones de canciones y todos los géneros.
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