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Cyber Punk Fiction Compilation, Import


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1. Cyber Pumpkin And Energizer Honey Bunny - Tinfed
2. Electro Body Magid - Music From The Motion Parody Cyber Punk Fiction
3. Jungle Boogie - Killing Floor
4. Let's Stay Together - Christ Analogue
5. Bustin' Surfboards - Society Burning
6. Son Of A Preacher Man - Collide
7. Chemlab's Dead, Baby - Music From The Motion Parody Cyber Punk Fiction
8. Mos Eisley Download Contest - Music From The Motion Parody Cyber Punk Fiction
9. You Never Can Tell - Hotbox
10. Lonesome Town - Nimpf
11. Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon - Purr Machine
12. If Love Is A Red Dress (Hang Me In Rags) - Society Burning
13. Bring Out The Hack - Music From The Motion Parody Cyber Punk Fiction
14. Flowers On The Wall - Non - Aggression Pact
15. User Friendliness Goes A Long Way - Music From The Motion Parody Cyber Punk Fiction
16. Surf Rider - Society Burning
17. FAQ (Bonus Versions) - Music From The Motion Parody Cyber Punk Fiction
18. Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon - 16 Volt
19. You Never Can Tell - Hexedene
20. Flowers On The Wall - Society Burning

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Cyberpunk Fiction - An Industrial Strength Parody Aug. 29 2007
By Shayne Cummin - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Featuring spoken word parodies of sections of the movie Pulp Fiction plus a range of covers of songs on the original sound track this is an entertaining album. For fans of industrial it is not as hard hitting as a lot of the stuff around these days but the performances are well executed. The spoken word sections are a highlight as well as the track Son of a Preacher Man by Collide. Worth while if you are into remixes, covers or parodies and have a soft spot for cyberpunk.


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