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Invade & Disco

by WeAreCastor

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Bloxachu
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Bloxachu it's really hard to describe what makes this collection so great. it's just everything. Favorite track: Bots.
Grégory Babut du Marès
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Grégory Babut du Marès Well, I was surprised first when i listen to Invade and Disco.
I love this album because it's not just music it's culture.
The music is real and make me feel good. Favorite track: Papa Was A Rolling Stone.
ojdo
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ojdo I can hear Daft Punk, Paul Oakenfold, Tiesto, Savant, Firefly OST, or all together in WeAreCastor. Electronic, funk, rock all blend effortlessly like they belonged together all along. Magnificent!
Bonus: The theme tune from Close Encounters of the Third Kind is sprinkled everywhere Favorite track: Invade & Disco.
Tedy A
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Tedy A There you go. WeAreCastor did it again. Different style, just as awesome, if not even more awesome than their last album. Can't get enough of it. I just love the way they put their story and imagination into beats. Every song is beautiful in it's own way but at the same time they all do the same: they Invade & teach you how to Disco. Favorite track: Through The Fire.
Joel Ledvina
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Joel Ledvina Music like you've never heard it before. This is the sound of the future and WeAreCastor aren't slowing down for anyone. Favorite track: Bataille.
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weareCastor is not only defining a unique electronic sound but they are also redefining productivity with their 2nd LP in less than six months!

Invade & Disco takes you through a progressive journey of genre bent madness. Although it starts off with a frightening invasion, weareCastor quickly assures you that you have nothing to be afraid of. Everybody is invited to take a guided tour through a fresh and modernized timeless disco adventure which is filled with the same light bulbs used in the prime era of French and American pop, but be aware; you may encounter some surreal and unexpected visitors along the ride.

This is a funky, electric, and refreshing sci-fi album. Feel free to visualize the movie, and don’t be shy on the special effects.

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released July 21, 2014

1. Intro (Written by Adrian Thesen)
2. Invade & Disco (Written by Adrian Thesen & Kristoffer Støylen Refvik. Vocals by Kristoffer Støylen Refvik)
3. Ulrik's Bicycle (Written by Adrian Thesen)
4. Projects feat. Dre Dolla (Written by Andre Eddings, Adrian Thesen. Vocals by Andre Eddings)
5. Night (Written by Adrian Thesen)

6. West (Written by Adrian Thesen, Andreas Steen & Kristoffer Støylen Refvik)
7. Papa Was a Rolling Stone (Written by Adrian Thesen & Kristoffer Støylen Refvik. Vocals by Kristoffer Støylen Refvik.)
8. Monster (Written by Adrian Thesen)
9. Aron (Written by Adrian Thesen & Valeria Neira Lillebjerka. Vocals by Valeria Neira Lillebjerka.)
10. Drums feat Ragga Twins (Written by Ragga Twins. Vocals by Ragga Twins and Fakulty Audio)
11. Bataille (Written by Adrian Thesen & Free At Last. Vocals by Free At Last)
12. Through the Fire (Written by Adrian Thesen & Valeria Neira Lillebjerka. Vocals by Valeria Neira Lillebjerka)
13. Bots (Written by Adrian Thesen)
14. 7098 (Written by Adrian Thesen, Vocals by Black Octopus & Free At Last)
15. Laurens & John (Written by Adrian Thesen, Valeria Neira Lillebjerka & Kristoffer Støylen Refvik. Vocals by Valeria Neira Lillebjerka)
16. Grave (Written by Adrian Thesen & Kristoffer Støylen Refvik)

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