Futurama [15th Anniversary Expanded Edition]

by Science Park

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about

The second album from Myke Weiskopf's collegiate synthpop project, originally released in September 1998, newly remastered with 10 additional tracks from the FUTURAMA era.

REVIEWS:

SPIN MAGAZINE: Science Park marries bouncy synth-pop to indie rock, emulating Sebadoh’s sad-sack romanticism and plugging it into varying degrees of new wave from XTC’s punchy black-lined sunshine to Heaven 17′s robo-boogie.

CMJ NEW MUSIC REPORT: As if Elvis Costello was weaned on early Erasure and Depeche Mode. His emotive, bittersweet tales of life, love and loss provide a perfect soundtrack to rainy days and Mondays.

THE ADVOCATE: A near-masterpiece of innocent modern pop.

BOSTON PHOENIX: A set of achingly melodic, classic-model pop songs.

credits

released December 29, 2013

All songs written, arranged, and performed by Myke D Weiskopf (BMI)
except LONELY HIGHWAY written by Stephin Merritt (Gay and Loud / ASCAP)
Additional vocals on COWER and TRAVELOGUE by Johanna Weller-Fahy

Original program released in September 1998 as Obscure-Disk OBSCD03
Original program engineers: Myke Weiskopf, Brian Charles, & Pete Weiss
Original program mastered by Jeff Lipton at Peerless

Bonus material engineered and remixed in Los Angeles, CA, by Myke D Weiskopf

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