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PRODUCT. 01 - Bullet Ride
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Bullet Ride

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Released: 18th September 2006 | 12 track adult alternative album
Product.01, aka Austrian/Australian vocalist Rochelle Vincente and Italian/English beats maverick Marc Adamo, release their long-awaited debut album ‘Bullet Ride’, a collection of twelve raw and decadent tracks built around Rochelle’s distinctive vocals and Marc’s electro-grind firewalls. The release of their ‘Zero-One EP’ in 2004 garnered them critical acclaim and international cult status, much of it instigated by their heated reinterpretation of a Blondie classic, ‘Heart Ov Glass’ (also included on the LP). Remix work followed with artists such as Adam Freeland, Chicks On Speed, Dave Clarke, Backini, Husky Rescue, Larry T and Princess Superstar. Product.01 have also shared stages with the likes of Tiga, Fatboy Slim, and Bobby Gillespie, and performed in venues from the Tate Britain to the Latitude Festival, winning over celebrity fans including Bjork (“Your music ignites my soulâ€) and the Utah Saints in the process. ‘Bullet Ride’ includes the sleazy grind of the ‘Hot Trap’ single, which welds a glittery pop aesthetic to gravel synth attacks and funked-up club rhythms. Other album highlights include the SuperStonic collaboration ‘Access’, and the urgent digi-punk of the title track. With their stripped-back rock burnouts, stark dance assaults and intoxicant melodies, Product.01 look set to become an irrepressible and seductive fixture on the scene.... Hot Trap Music Video Link: Band site(s):
"….A slick combination of sleazy synths, underground breaks and shimmering vocals. Bullet Ride is razor sharp Electronica at its finest."
Out of Hand
"..Product.01 now unleash their first album. The pair have found common ground where digital industrial soundscapes collide with accessible techy-punk"
"...This is a clubbers album, bulging with beats and extremely danceable. They've even covered Blondie wihout involing death threats. Clone and Hot Trap display the joy electroclash lacked with one foot in the '80s, and the other kicking Rachel Stevens's arse."
The Fly