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Mona Lisa Overdrive  - Mona Lisa Overdrive album FLAC
Genre: Rock
Title: Mona Lisa Overdrive
FLAC album size: 1163
Style: Industrial, Hard Rock
Country: US
Released: 1993

Juno Reactor & don davis. Mona Lisa Overdrive Mix - Juno Reactor vs. Don Davis

Mona Lisa Overdrive is the 13th album by Buck-Tick, released on February 13, 2003. The album is named after the 1989 novel Mona Lisa Overdrive by William Gibson

Mona Lisa Overdrive is a science fiction novel by American-Canadian writer William Gibson, published in 1988. It is the final novel of the cyberpunk Sprawl trilogy, following Neuromancer and Count Zero, taking place eight years after the events of the latter. The novel was nominated for the Nebula Award for Best Novel, the Hugo Award for Best Novel, and the Locus Award for Best Science Fiction Novel in 1989.

Juno Reactor – Mona Lisa Overdrive (Matrix Reloaded Mix). Juno Reactor & Don Davis – Mona Lisa Overdrive. Juno Reactor – Mona Lisa Overdrive (OST Matrix). Juno Reactor – Mona Lisa Overdrive 2. 7:52. Juno Reactor and Don Davis – Mona Lisa overdrive. Juno Reactor/Don Davis – Mona Lisa Overdrive (Matrix Reload Mai. :54. juno reactor (ost matrix) – mona lisa overdrive. Juno Reactor – Mona Lisa Overdrive ORIGINAL exclusive. Juno Reactor vs. Don Davis – Mona Lisa Overdrive (OST Matrix Reloaded).

Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Mona Lisa Overdrive. And like former, and to some minds the latter, this deliberate conception, gestation & birth under sterile studio conditions has yielded quite possibly a classic album with breath-taking promise for the future.

Returning to his home in England, Laird-Clowes eventually met up with Alan McGee, who wanted the singer to record a solo album for his Creation Records label. Laird-Clowes spent the better part of four years recording, resulting in 1999's critically acclaimed Mona Lisa Overdrive, taking its name from a William Gibson cyber-punk sci-fi novel.

Mona Lis. s more immediately rewarding moments come from their forays into the world of the straightforward rock number – something tackled with consummate ease. The one-two of ‘BUSTER’ and ‘Zangai -Shape 2’ fashion out a powerful angle from which to start the ‘album proper’, adhering to the tried-and-tested ‘guitars and chorus’ shtick with gung-ho confidence; the latter performs its duty perfectly as a single, its ohrwurm battering through into memory with distinctly little grace. However, that is as much a reflection on the strength of their discography as it is one on the album itself; Mona Lisa OVERDRIVE is still a very worthwhile release for a band still exploring a sound (in this case, cyberpunk) within its eventual twilight years.

Style: Classic Metal. Picknick At Bikini - Lievestro's Mona Lisa Overdrive, Mona Lisa Overdrive.

Tracklist

1 Imagination 5:15
2 Conspiracy 3:33
3 Stuck 3:41
4 God Man Machine 5:08
5 Dream 5:48
6 Unleash 4:26
7 It's Time 5:00

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Private, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Private, Inc.
  • Distributed By – BMG Distribution - Independent Group
  • Recorded At – Lotek Studio
  • Mixed At – Lotek Studio
  • Mastered At – Bernie Grundman Mastering
  • Published By – Blue Chip Music
  • Published By – Cydonian Music

Credits

  • Art Direction, Design [and Baby] – fRed Davis*
  • Composed By, Arranged By, Performer – Mona Lisa Overdrive
  • Drums [Additional] – Andy Kravitz
  • Engineer – Arthur Barrow, Phil Nowlan
  • Engineer [Additional] – Scott Gordon
  • Keyboards, Bass, Drum Programming – Arthur Barrow
  • Mastered By – Chris Bellman
  • Mixed By – Phil Nowlan
  • Photography By [Back Cover Photo] – Mark Hanauer
  • Photography By [Cover Photo] – Yvette Roman
  • Producer – Arthur Barrow
  • Producer [Additional] – Joe Faraci, Phil Nowlan
  • Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards – Joe Faraci

Notes

Recorded & Mixed at LOTEK Studio (Los Angeles, CA)
Mastered at Bernie Grundman Mastering, Inc.

Total running time listed as 32:49.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 1005-84000-2 8
  • Barcode (String): 010058400028
  • Matrix / Runout (mirrored): 01005840002 DISC MFG INC. W. O. 29495-1P

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
01005-84000-4 Mona Lisa Overdrive Mona Lisa Overdrive ‎(Cass) Max-Bilt 01005-84000-4 US 1993
WOGY
Both the easiest & one of the most difficult albums to review in this supplement. MONA LISA OVERDRIVE's debut, as suggested by the professional promo material, is quite possibly another deliberate hype, akin to ZANG TUMB TUUM's clever FRANKIE GOES TO HOLLYWOOD scam, or KLF's TIMELORDS' "Doctoring The Tardis" single. And like former, and to some minds the latter, this deliberate conception, gestation & birth under sterile studio conditions has yielded quite possibly a classic album with breath-taking promise for the future. To cut to the chase, if this doesn't become a big seller, then the world's taste is more chronically atrophied than I ever suspected before. It's a wonderful, colourful creation fu of variation & hooky songs, and has become such a favourite that it seems odd to have to analyse it here. I'd say that the variety of styles & odd sounds which proliferate it put it on a par with "Pretty Hate Machine", although it replaces the negativity, nihilism, desperation & dark horror words & feelngs with an optimism & taste for life in all it's glorious splendour. That it is very posibly the sum result of Machiavellian schemeing does little to dull it's effect. Hype or not, if this is the quality of music they intend to put out, they might very well inherit the Earth. "Imagnation" combines a heavy electronic dance sound with raw-throated vocals, sampling & an incandescent multi-layering of sounds. And, yes, there's degrees of KLF here, yet MLO take the sound further, unafraid of stopping off into more ambient clearings before running once more through the jungle of dance beat. "Conspiracy" has a more aggressive Rock logic sounding a little like a track from U2's "Rattle & Hum" remixed into brighter, more danceable upbet sound. A nice berzerk thrash out fades it to zero to allow the showcase track "Stuck" liberty - if you could imagine a sped up version of the SOUP DRAGONS' "Mother Universe" brightened up with dancing live electrics giving it a slightly altered chorus from "Head Like A Hole" ... well, I doubt you can imagine it, but let me tell you, you will dance to this, sing the REZNOR-like roar then harmonise with the post-BEACH BOYS backing. This track should by all rights ensure their immortality. "God Man Machine" starts off with a sort of Ambient/New Age sound which is shattered by Industrial metal percussion before powering up into a medium-fast-pacer combining fuzzed sequences, harmonic female voices & a bludgeoning chorus. It's a natural hybrid of hard & soft sounds, modern dance-floor fare, House logic, Rock brutality, Industrial strangeness & a myriad other such sounds. "Dream" again is one of the high points on this classic album, taking a NIN/KLF-like chimera of fluid composition & experimentation, throw in a wonderful chorus. Its a fascinating journey through sound & style which manages to be exciting, hooky, entertaining yet utterly natural. "Unleash" kicks ass with a live, crowd-roaring intro, Heavy Metal scream before bursting into a Rock dance thing sounding like SEX GANG CHILDREN with an amphetamine-loaded rocket up their arses - a real kicker. "It's Time" closes the album (at 34'23", they don't want to overdo things, making a punchy, compact first assault) - a curious, warmly close & almost erotic combination of post-Rap Black American Street dance Music, Industrial grizzle & sweaty jungle rhythms. A distinctive muted-saw-like synth lead, vocal sampling & sudden upsweeps of grunging guitar, not to mention a MADNESS-like break make you want to play this album again & again. To be heard at least once - to be learned by heart! Originally reviewed for Soft Watch.
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