Zap the Planet

Freak Heat Waves - Zap the Planet
Critic Score
Based on 5 reviews
2020 Ratings: #333 / 615
User Score
Based on 22 ratings
September 7, 2020 / Release Date
LP / Format
Telephone Explosion / Label
Synthpop / Genres
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JAZZYCHIEF
35
When its not annoying to the point of making you agitated, this album is just a monotonous collection of dance songs.
STW
42
nah.
PitchforkClone
78
The funky and hypnotic fourth album from the Canadian trio coats a suite of warped synth-pop grooves in the lead singer’s slow-talking sleaze.

Steven Lind, the singer for the Canadian trio Freak Heat Waves, has the kind of voice you might expect to hear from a talking turtle in a children’s movie. He drawls his words in a cartoonishly low monotone, elongating the last syllable of each line beyond reason (“prove it’s good,” in the song “Let It Go,” ... read more
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Track List

  1. Off Axis
  2. Busted
  3. I'm Zapped
  4. Dripping Visions
  5. Something Fresh
  6. Let It Go
  7. In Your Realm
  8. Nothing Lasts Forever
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Added on: May 27, 2020