deliver a first foretaste for the global resistance movement they are about to establish and spread with their groundbreaking electronic manifest "Random Is Resistance" in October 2009. It will be the most danceable resistance of all times.
September 2010: 13 months later, the artful Electro architects lift "Waiting To Be Born", one of the most emotional songs on "Random Is Resistance", thereby adding more fuel to the fire of their heated campaign against uniform thinking and the global sellout of identity.
Already a capital hymn lacking neither forcing beats nor elegiac melodies in its original version, the track has been carefully reworked and opens up the EP resulting in nothing less that a Futurepop classic for eternity!
Nothing less than three exclusive tracks only available on this EP elevate "Waiting To Be Born" far above the standard of an in itself worthy remix collection: A cover version of "A Strange Kind Of Love", bowing deeply to Peter Murphy
's original despite a thoroughly independent club attitude, the intensely pulsating "All These Moments" or the moving ballad "Wasted Wings". Again, these three songs display Rotersand
's immense artistic bandwidth: A uniquely diverse mixture of Industrial Pop, EBM, Trance and mature songwriting convincing with emotional depth as well as with virtuous design. Also the monumental wide screen mix [:SITD:]
issued on "First Time", the insanely whipping, energized Ivardensphere
remix of "War On Error" or the treacherous dub monster that crept out of "If You Don't Stop It" document the impressive range of ideas and the impulsive force with which Rotersand
enrich the Electro cosmos.
50 minutes, 9 tracks, one superbly mastered task: Massive, club compatible Electro lacking neither lyrical content nor musical sophistication. "Waiting To Be Born" shows how diversified electronic music can be - and should be! Consequently, also the digipak artwork including the voluminous booklet once again became significant to such an extent that this collector's item with its strict limitation of 2,000 EPs will be an exclusive enrichment of every Electro collection.