Cybernetic Dreams of pi
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The Slickee Boys
Cybernetic Dreams of pi
Twin/Tone Records
TTR 8337 (1983)

(custom burned CD available)

MP3 Sample
Escalator 66
You’ve Got What It Takes
Life of the Party
When I Go To The Beach
Pushin My Luck
Invisible People
Nagasaki Neuter
Say Goodbye
Time Spent Waiting
The Crawling Hand
Pictures of Matchstick Men
Marble Orchard

MP3 samples are half of the full track (128 bit rate)... if you have broadband access the sample should stream (depending on the player you are using)

Produced by John Chumbris and the Slickee Boys
Recorded at Inner Ear Studio, Arlington, VA
Engineered by Don Zientara

Mark Noone - Lead Vocals
Marshall Keith - Lead guitar, keyboards, vocals
Kim Kane - Rhythm guitar, organ
Dan Palenski - Drums, vocals
John Chumbris - Bass guitar
Emery Olexa - Bass guitar

"First real album from this Washington D.C. five piece.Ten originals and two covers, featuring the single, "When I Go To The Beach." Not for serious types - just great songs, thrashing quitars, spooky keyboards, rollercoaster rhythms, and a whole lot of pure American fun." - from the 1984 Twin/Tone catalog.

Released by Twin/Tone Records December 12, 1983. The vinyl version sold 6,738 copies and is now "out of print."

The original Production Master cut by Howie Weinberg at Masterdisk was transfered to digital in March of 2003. You can purchase a copy of this transfer burned to a custom CD for $15.00 from Twin/Tone Digital.

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