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Neuromancer

Neuromancer

Neuromancer


Neuromancer is the name of more than one artist: 1) Dco2 member 2) German remixer 3) Early 90s UK Hardcore / Breakbeat producer Details: 2) The project Neuromancer is born in 2000, when Axel Pötschke is changing from Atari to PC based harddisc-recording. His former instrumental music is now expanded by adding lyrics, vocals and raps. Emotional eruptions and political sorrows combined with the straightforwardness of the Ruhrpott and the experiences with the different musical cultures and styles are filtered through his bedroom studio. Read more on Last.fm
Neuromancer is the name of more than one artist: 1) Dco2 member 2) German remixer 3) Early 90s UK Hardcore / Breakbeat producer Details: 2) The project Neuromancer is born in 2000, when Axel Pötschke is changing from Atari to PC based harddisc-recording. His former instrumental music is now expanded by adding lyrics, vocals and raps. Emotional eruptions and political sorrows combined with the straightforwardness of the Ruhrpott and the experiences with the different musical cultures and styles are filtered through his bedroom studio. http://www.discogs.com/artist/644091-Neuromancer-5 3) Originally named Neuromancer Of Structural Damage, Neuromancer is a Hardcore / Breakbeat producer from the early 1990s, by far the most famous tune by Neuromancer is Pennywise.

This tune is considered by many to be the finest hardcore tune ever made. Pennywise was re-released in 2005 on vinyl. http://www.discogs.com/artist/46571-Neuromancer Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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