As you may have guessed by now this EP sounds like a little bunch of tracks taken from an electronic '80s movie soundtrack score. Certainly something that fans of such music will enjoy, although to my ears it starts out with the stronger tracks and tapers off, particularly with the ska-inspired Head Cleaner which gets my vote for the EP's clanger.
Favorite track: Chase (Freeze, Sucka).
Video Home System is Michael Panik and Andrew Panik.
All tracks written and recorded between January 2012 and March 2013, at Vice City Sound Labs in Alabama, using an Emu Systems Emax; Roland D50 & Alpha Juno 1; Yamaha DX7, RX11, and TG33; a Korg DDD-1; and an Apple Macintosh system.
Album artwork by Michael Panik.
Special thanks to Paul, Beth, William, and the Panik family, Tom, Gail, and the Roper Family, Tom and Deanie Purkey, Jan Hammer, Crockett, Tubbs, John Hughes, John Williams, Steven Spielberg, Vincent Clarke, Billy Joel, Michael Crichton, Jeff Goldblum, Dr. Ian Malcom, Mr. Blackwell’s Petty Thieves, Danny Moon, Melinda (Dad), Ossian Everett Mills, and everyone who’s ever felt the joy of clanking plastic, the whirring motors, and the electric glow of the VHS era.