The Mad Experiment album is in the works with some final mixdowns and with additional new recordings. Most of the songs are rock based with one or two instrumentals. One instrumental "Space Safari", was issued as a pre-release for testing and is to be included on the new album to released 2014.
Although the songs are rock based, there is a lot experimentation done on song formula, lyric content, vocal style, and unpredictability. Not intended for regular radio airplay, the songs may fit the format of underground stations due to their brevity. Hoping for a popular following, they have a pop likability and even though they may be considered "eclectic", most can be considered sing along or even something to dance to. Keep in mind that this music is experimental. One remarkable thing about this is that while most groups and individual artists are following the pack to sound like the latest pop music, this music travels off the beaten path and trailblazing its own way to its own special beat.
Besides all the brand new material, Mad Experiment will also be doing a remix of some older material from the digital album "Abduction of a Rock Guitarist." An extended version of "El Destructo Mundo" can be sampled for free here. You can download it FREE from Sound Cloud for a limited time. When the free download is about to end we will send out a final notice.
El Destructo Mundo 2
El Destructo Mundo is based on man's destruction of the living earth. Unfortunately, man is not allowed to totally annihilate himself and the survivors of such a catastrophe begin to rebuild their world. It is a dark story that shows man's desire to build is stronger than his desire to destroy. The question is: would that re-built world be any better than the one destroyed?
Well, listen to the song and draw your own conclusions. Just click on the sound gadget below. Be sure to share and comment on it! You can download it FREE - for a limited time.
Album Title Suggestions
Album titles for the new recordings.
Suggestions sent to us from interested parties have been compiled and here are the top 5.
1. Rob Lattin's Mad Experiment
2. Space and Time
3. When I Wake Up
4. The Beginning
5. Reverse Concoction
For the Remix material, title suggestions included:
1. Rajneesh and the Banana Boy
2. Revenge of the Robot
3. Coffee, Tea, or Primordial Soup?
4. The Teknogeek Goonsquad
5. Tesla's Tales
6. Retrograde Motion
7. Lost In Space
Whatever is chosen, the remix is going to be great. The original was pulled down so remixes could be made, plus some added material. Among those kids that love teckno trance and electronica, the original "Robot" was a popular favorite. Because the marketing behind the original MP3 release was lacking and not many results were gained through Tunecore, the original was pulled down and made no longer available. The good news is that the remix beefs up the music and will be released through a more popular channel after the Mad Experiment's new album release. So first you will be able to get the new stuff and soon after, the remix stuff.
Wherever or whoever markets the digital and physical copies, they will be available on Android through Google Play.
The Difference Is
What are the differences between the two albums, other than one being remixed and the other being newly recorded? Well, for now, let's call the Remix album Rajneesh and the new album Mad Experiment.
Whereas Mad Experiment features 90% of the songs as vocal songs, Rajneesh is 90% instrumental with one vocal song sung in Rap. Whereas Mad Experiment features heavy guitar and can be called pop, Rajneesh is more suitable as a soundtrack album, that features various genres: jungle, electro, jazz, and combo mixtures.
Rajneesh will have bonus material. Besides extended versions of El Destructo Mundo and also an extended version of the Robot (Part 1 and Part 2),
Mad Experiment Blog
Upcoming blogs will include The Ballad of the Teknogeek Goonsquad, The Abduction of a Rock Guitarist Case, and The Banana Boy Affair. Later on, some of the lyrics will be available for the Experiment Album.
Clips of experimental music will also be available on this blog as well.These recording are merely clips and not in any fully recorded songs. Although they are "partials" these are not to be used in any way that will infringe on the copy rights of the musicians or composers.
Check out the artwork below and let us know what you "think". Pretty mind exploding, is it not? :)