Hyperpop

by Buttress O'Kneel

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From the 2009 re-release liner notes:

"After her explorations into bastard pop (her previous two albums were “Bastard Pop” and “MegaBastard”), Buttress wanted to return to the minutely-sliced memetic Frankenstein-techniques she had honed so well on her second Compop release “MegaMegamix”, but with an ear more attuned to artists like Squarepusher and Aphex Twin. As she describes it, she “wanted to push bastard pop into the shape of drum-n-bass, or something”, using artists like Beyonce, Gwen Stefani, the Black Eyed Peas, and Kelis as source material. Both poppy and jarring, both revolutionary and sentimental, this may be her most iconic and unique recording to date."

"Compop 5.3: Hyperpop" originally released by IWML in 2005.
Re-released by Alias Frequencies as AF030 in 2009.

Additional NWA assistance by BRESS on tracks 4 and 12.
Tracks 2, 3 and 10 contain samples of the Buttress O’Kneel album “Compop 4.4: ‘MegaBastard'”.
Track 9 contains elements of the Buttress O’Kneel and A D Machine track “Ha’ah’ahY’aasE’Eh”, off “Bricolage No 1”, released by Illegal Art in 2002.

Thanks to Dodgy DJ Dave for the use of his Kaos Pad.

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released May 5, 2005

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Buttress O'Kneel Australia

“Words like "mashup" and "remix" don't really do justice to Buttress O'Kneel's method - Top 40 pop crap gets sliced, diced, and tossed into a dizzying, exciting hardcore electro stew. Compared to other djs who timidly drop a Vanilla Ice acapella over a Chemical Bros intro just to move a dance floor, O'Kneel shreds copyrights with a blood-curdling vehemence. Smash the state!”
- Music 4 Maniacs
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