Alan Vega


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    After the more commercially-oriented Just A Million Dreams Vega made a return to the more classic Suicide form, rather than his first solo albums which were like new wave rockabilly With Deuce Avenue, he got back to synths and beatboxes (following advice from wife Liz Lamere) and to his trademark freeform singing Alan gives here...
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    From 1991 and first time on vinyl Alan Vega returned to form with Power on to Zero Hour, which is cold, electronic, and dissonant As futuristic as some of Vega's albums may have seemed before, this is the one that seems the most mechanical, primarily because Vega has stripped whatever human properties his music had before Even his...
  • Alan Vega’s name is synonymous with unfettered, tireless creativity Beginning in the late 1950s, when he was a fine art student at Brooklyn College, through his years playing in Suicide, and all the way up until his death in 2016, Vega was constantly creating That process naturally led to a wealth of material that didn’t see...
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