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Awesome electronica songs

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Divided by Night Coverart(The Crystal Method’s Divided by Night Album Art)

Here are some songs that I listen to everytime I take a break from listening to too much metal 😉 The stuff in the list are not in order. Also, links are opened in a new tab/window, depending on how your browser decides to open it.

By the way, only songs with music videos will have an embedded Youtube thing here. The rest (the ones without MV’s) will link to the song on Youtube.

1. The Crystal Method – Blunts and Robots

2. The Crystal Method – Dirty Thirty

3. The Crystal Method – Drown in the Now

4. Holy Fuck – Red Lights (Seriously, band name win). Comes with cats

5. Attack Attack – Interlude. WARNING: If you can’t tolerate “heavy music”, avoid every other song from AA except this and a few others.

6. Stuff from Autotune the News. Have fun with the mockery 😉

7. Bloodhound Gang – Uhn Tiss Uhn Tiss Uhn Tiss. Uhh, maybe NSFW.

8. DatA – Aerius Light. Some random song I’ve heard from the Facebook game “Nightclub City”.

9. Dean Newton – Amnesia. To be honest with you, I found this on Tap Tap Revenge, and instantly had an LSS.

10. Kid2Will – Fire Aura. First level on the game “Impossible Game”.

11. ParagonX9 – Chaoz Fantasy. One of the most popular songs by ParagonX9. Though short, it’s LSS-inducing powers are very strong.

12. Hyper Crush – The Arcade. One of the first electronica songs I’ve ever liked/LSSed. Features awesome retro gaming stuff and shit. Also, reminds me of my ex.

13. Leitbur – Work This Out. Super Mario, anyone?

14. LMFAO – Yes. Yes! A popular band, finally 😄

15. ParagonX9 – Metropolis. 8-bit song. Need I say more?

So yeah, only 13 different artists. There are a lot more here in my library, but I chose only those to represent what’s here 🙂


Written by kpbotbot

May 1, 2011 at 2:07 pm

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  1. I never got into straight-up electronica, but I really like bands like White Lies and Franz Ferdinand that have been recently influenced by it.

    Some of these songs are really interesting, though.


    May 1, 2011 at 2:51 pm

    • Thanks. I’ll listen to those bands soon. Nice to have new additions to the library 🙂


      May 2, 2011 at 11:42 am

      • No problem!


        May 2, 2011 at 7:12 pm

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