The first thing that I noticed when I got this CD was the big sticker
on the front of its case that simply said "future pop". I find it rather
surprising that Out Of Line would put such a sticker
on the case, but labeling this CD as future pop is fairly accurate as
it does contain music that is a mix of both EBM and synth-pop.
Culture Kultur is a Spanish band, and you‘ll know that
as soon as you hear the vocals. They’re deep with a very thick Spanish
accent. But I find accents appealing, so this is fine by me. But if
you dislike thick accents in singing, you might not like the vocals
here. The vocalist does indeed sing very well and mixes it up quite
a bit which I find impressive. He sings in many various ways from melodic
crooning to angry shouting.
The music on this CD is 100% electronic. There are no guitars or other organic instruments that come in to spoil the fun. So electro music purists take note, this CD is for you. And I must admit that the music is really good. It’s extremely upbeat and energetic with a fierce driving force that will have you shaking your booty the second every song begins. This is fun and exciting dance music that I dare anyone to try and resist moving to. But this CD isn’t entirely a dance disc. There are a few dark mid-tempo songs offered here as well.
All of the songs on this CD are extremely infectious. You’ll be nodding your head and shaking your groove thing to each and every one. This album was obviously designed with clubs in mind. So get this CD and start practicing those funky dance moves. Then go to the club and tell the DJ to play these songs so you can show off those freaky moves of yours. Yeah baby