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RETURN without GOSUB

RETURN without GOSUB

RETURN without GOSUB


RETURN without GOSUB was conceived in 2002 by two old friends with different musical backgrounds: Alejandro Guerrero was the keyboardist of the pop band Dirdam and Jose Manuel González was the composer, guitarrist and vocalist of the Rock band Proud Buckley. With influences that came from the Symphonic Rock of Rick Wakeman, the Techno of Nitzer Ebb and Front 242, the minimalism of Aphex Twin to The Sisters of Mercy, Depeche Mode and Mesh compositions; RETURN without GOSUB creates its sound as a mix of all their influences. Read more on Last.fm
RETURN without GOSUB was conceived in 2002 by two old friends with different musical backgrounds: Alejandro Guerrero was the keyboardist of the pop band Dirdam and Jose Manuel González was the composer, guitarrist and vocalist of the Rock band Proud Buckley. With influences that came from the Symphonic Rock of Rick Wakeman, the Techno of Nitzer Ebb and Front 242, the minimalism of Aphex Twin to The Sisters of Mercy, Depeche Mode and Mesh compositions; RETURN without GOSUB creates its sound as a mix of all their influences. This album includes top hits that were acclaimed by specialized sites as Funender, Electrogarden, Electruculture, as well as the Techno and Electro sections of Soundclick.com & MP3.com. Since the beginning, the band has not changed their members, and as a result, here it is their first CD, which includes all their main songs and the collaborations with the UK House Vocalist Kerry S., and the mixes of Modular Heaven and Xavier Rios. During 2006, RwG are playing live gigs. 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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