Limited vinyl LP pressing. Torpedo Boyz return in 2016 with Don't Cry, their first full album in five years. Establishing themselves as one of the most sustainable acts in independent club-pop, Don't Cry sees the Berlin collective as daring and outlandish as ever before. Ten years of emerging with their ground-breaking Headache Music debut, followed by the quirky Cum On The Feel Boyz two years later and the arrival of the politically forward thinking Return Of The Ausländers in 2010, Torpedo Boyz head into the future in full speed. Don't Cry was recorded in Berlin by Torpedo core duo Rollin Hand and Kentastic during the first half of 2015 - and mixed by Patrik Majer. In true Torpedo Boyz fashion the album features a global line-up of funky guest musicians. Carl M. Smith aka Loop Rider, the Berlin based, US born and New Mexico raised mixed-media artist and musician supplies the freaked-out vocals and lyrics to "Slowly Fades Away" and "Roadside". Spanish singer Ana Lalonde, formerly of The Anna Thompsons, drops some cutting edge culinary vocals on the first single "Bocadillo", while Wynton Kelly Stevenson, harmonica beat box genius from New Jersey (and son of Nina Simone and Lloyd Price collaborator Rudy Stevenson) adds the furious harmonica on "Roadside". Not to forget, Don't Cry also features an array of long-time Torpedo friends Daisuke Isomichi, Rene Bosem and Hannes Marx from Pitchtuner.
Slowly Fades Away
Immer Zu SPÄT
Ayu No Kaze
Show Must Go on
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