Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the breakthrough club hit, SNOG now presents "Corporate Slave 2525". 16 new takes on a nostalgic trip, to the times addressed in the song, a time when giant corporations controlled everything, families futures were hanging in the balance of profit sheets, and the workers broke their backs while the elite rich got richer. 25 years. My, how things have changed.
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I was pleasantly-surprised by this album. I was expecting something colder, slower, and ambient from what little I first heard before I bought it. Instead, it's not too unlike the later Mechanical Soul. There's elements of old and new FLA here, and there's parts of this that I rather like. I wouldn't mind more collab songs, for one, or for more flirting with other genres. Give me both vaporwave-y songs AND hardcore industrial dance. Rocket Verliden