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90th: dance music for geeks

Editors of the magazine LA Weekly write that in the 90s dance music was recorded by geeks, who were gadgets. They were fond of John Carpenter's films, adored the German electronic group Kraftwerk and were ready to pay dearly for the opportunity to get to the next exhibition of musical equipment. And if you dig into their music, you can find tracks about computers, robots and strange inventions.
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 Quindon Tarver - Everybody's Free (To Wear Sunscreen) (05:07, 320Kb/s)
 Smart E's - Sesame's Treet (03:29, 320Kb/s)
 DJ Dado - X - files (03:59, 320Kb/s)
 Alpha Team - Speed (03:50, 320Kb/s)
 S.P.O.C.K - Where Rockets Fly (04:00, 320Kb/s)
 Moby - Go (06:15, 320Kb/s)
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