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A-Set

A-Set

A-Set


There are multiple artists called A-Set: 1) A-Set is a brazilian electronic act. Its music is somewhere between Industrial/EBM/Darkelectro and gets its influences from a lot of different bands like The Klinik, Skinny Puppy, Vomito Negro, FLA, Simbolo, and yelworC, from movies by directors like Bunuel, Kubrik, Lynch, and Miike, books by Schopenhauer, Nietzsche, De Sade, Rimbaud, Poe, Crowley, Austin Spare, and Lautreamont, besides a lot of experiences, emotions, and situations. The list follows... and is huge! Read more on Last.fm
There are multiple artists called A-Set: 1) A-Set is a brazilian electronic act. Its music is somewhere between Industrial/EBM/Darkelectro and gets its influences from a lot of different bands like The Klinik, Skinny Puppy, Vomito Negro, FLA, Simbolo, and yelworC, from movies by directors like Bunuel, Kubrik, Lynch, and Miike, books by Schopenhauer, Nietzsche, De Sade, Rimbaud, Poe, Crowley, Austin Spare, and Lautreamont, besides a lot of experiences, emotions, and situations. The list follows... and is huge! In 2005 the demo "A deadly past raises the future" was released.

The new demo is almost ready to be released in 2006. A-Set meaning is hidden behind A: Aleph, Alpha, Ayin, Ain, Anubis, Apap/Apophis Set: egyptian god Set / chaldean Shaitan A-Set is: Hilton S. - programs, sequences, and vocals Wagner AA - vocals 2) Albert Menduno, previously of Mohinder, Calm, and Haelah, began performing solo as A-Set after moving to Chicago. A-Set had releases on Tree, Southern, and Dogprint in the early 2000's. Read more on Last.fm.

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