Synthetic Emotions

by North Exit

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Stoi
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Stoi This album should have been called Synthetic Perfection. North Exit really does this awesome genre justice, skillfully combining retro-futurism, outrun and dark synth in such a way that the journey laid out through sound seems almost real. Highly recommended. Favorite track: City Of Ghosts.
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SYNTHSLASHER 20 song journey to the depths of darksynth, outrun, synthpop and other areas of my beloved genre. Insanely diverse album that truly explores every possibility of nostalgia-inducing elements. I'm recommending this album to everyone out here because releases so big and so good like this are very rare and I don't like them flying under the people's radar. This album deserves all your attention. Favorite track: Empty Streets.
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palehorse666 This whole album is like a love letter to Mega Drive. An insanely fun listen. Every song is filled with synthetic, mechanical sound, and gives you a clear picture of a very bleak future full of robots who wanna kill the shit out of us. Favorite track: City Of Ghosts.
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about

It's 2085.
Androids are commonplace.

Mostly they're built for slave labor or to serve humans in their daily lifes. Others however, are designed for killing. Built for war.

The technolocially most advanced, military
androids are known as C.A.R.L.i:

Cognitive Artifical Reactive Lifeform Imitation

After almost a decade of manufacturing merciless killing machines
disguised as beautiful women, TYGER CORP. starts a series of tests to develop a civil C.A.R.L.i model.

As these civil models are meant to be the first generation of machines
with a basic set of human-like emotional responses, the corporation contracts an ex-mercenary to take part in the field test of an early version and monitor it's behaviour.

Originally this test was designed to learn how the machine reacts to
everyday situations and fits in amongst humans and her more basic predecessors.

As this unit was a prototype, it's original programming was suppressed for testing purpose, but not entirely removed.

The machine should not have been able to learn, neither have access to a an emotional spectrum way bigger than it's creators ever intended.

They thought machines can't feel.
But they were wrong...

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Written and Produced by North Exit

Album artwork by Ivan Tantsiura

Story written by North Exit

Special Thanks goes to Ivan Tantsiura, Jon Newman, Kevin Ebeling and Matthias Schulz

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released January 6, 2017

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North Exit Espoo, Finland

80s. Neon. Cyberpunk. Synthwave. Outrun.

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