Dalek - Deadverse Massive, Vol. 1: Dalek Rarities 1999-2006
Not even a year after Dalek's 2007 release Abandoned Language, Dalek put out a new album. Deadverse Massive, Vol. 1: Dalek Rarities 1999-2006 is a collaboration between Dalek and Oktupus that features great remixes of songs already in existence and a few little known Dalek pieces that have been hiding in the shade. This album definitely shows Dalek in a league of his own somewhere in between Amon Tobin and EL-P but still outstandingly unique.
This album is the definition of electronic music, and yet also of hip-hop. Many songs such as "Angst" and "Vague Collection" show Dalek as the sampling genius that he is, while other songs such as "Ruin It, Ruin Them, Ruin Yourself, Then Ruin Me (Deadverse Remix)" and the album's opener "Megatron (Deadverse Remix)" portray Dalek's impeccable ability to throw down a verse that will leave you in awe.
Dalek has put out a truly intelligent album in every sense of the word with Deadverse Massive, Vol. 1: Dalek Rarities 1999-2006 that can be enjoyed by more than just electronic and hip-hop fans. I would highly recommend this album to industrial fans, electronic fans, hip-hop fans, and all genres in between.
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