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Atomika
  • Artist: Paradoxx
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 606129711119
  • Item #: SRD971111
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 7/27/2004
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Atomika on CD

Paradoxx is back with their sophomore release 'Atomika' under Cold Fusion Music. Ralph, Lissa, and Phoenix have followed through in creating an album that far surpasses it's predecessor 'New Devotion'. Their style has progressed into a club friendly Nu-Electro sound, while still incorporating elements of the underground such as Goth and Industrial. The audio production and visuals speak top quality and professionalism. Paradoxx started in 1996 and has been developing their unique blend of progressive synthpop/euro-dance with sharp female fronted vocals. Their music has been embraced both by the club scene and the radio airways throughout the world. The band's debut album 'New Devotion' was released in 1999 on Isis Records and City Hall Distribution. Their Goth-electro club sound attracted a huge fan base devoted to their unique style and positive vibe. 'With equal amounts of synthpop/EBM and industrial rock to be found, Paradoxx surpasses all expectations, creating one of the most addictive, entertaining releases of 2004.' (Richard Maaranen - Automata Magazine) 'Cyber-kinky-punk image of the band perfectly fits into their sound... This is a real enjoyable album full of dance power!' (Side-Line Music Magazine) 'It's good to see that in an age where digital downloads are so readily available that some artists still recognize that some fans also want excellent artwork to accompany a fine album. The best thing about this album is that it spans so many different genres--if you like techno/dance, Goth, industrial, house or rock music, you will find your money's worth in Atomika' (Aaron Anderson, Phantom Tollbooth)