MP3 MBX: The Mr. Black X-periment - Stimulus: 101
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: A dark experimental world of electronica, ambient, trip-hop, nu metal and industrial music.
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If any album was to become the soundtrack for post-2000 music from between the sheets, the debut release from The Mr. Black X-periment, Stimulus: 101, would "score" in more ways than one. It’s first review coming from director Uwe Boll (House of The Dead, Bloodrayne) who labeled the album "...the perfect album to play when romance turns into handcuffs and whipped cream."
The debut 9-song effort from BMBtv host, Mr. Black, marks a simple accomplishment for the Portland-born creator. "I didn’t set out to record an album with fame or the title of a great musician in mind," says Black. "I did a record for myself. I needed to express emotions and things that have affected my life and how I view those experiences. Stimulus: 101 was inspired by feelings that I simply channeled into music. Whether it’s a simple guitar riff or a computer-generated harp, this album has an emotion behind every beat."
From what could be best explained as "diverse audio synergy", Stimulus: 101 is a culmination of electronic, hip-hop, hard rock and contemporary music influences. "Ethereal", the album’s first single, features guest vocals from one of today’s most brilliant
female vocal talents, kaRIN of Collide. The album was co-mixed by Statik (Powerman 5000, Tool, Skinny Puppy) and mastered by Eric Zimmermann (Snoop Dogg, Filter, Alanis Morrisette). Stimulus: 101 was arranged, co-mixed and produced by Mr. Black.
Stimulus: 101 flows with an obvious undertone of industrial energy and poetic chaos. To label the album would defeat its purpose. It is the best of many music worlds coming together to blend eight pieces into one creative puzzle. "This album is a world of musical influence stained on one CD," explains Mr. Black. "I grew up on Journey, Exodus, Too Short and Egyptian Lover. I now listen to Delerium, Deftones, Meshuggah and Tech N9ne. Diversity is everything and this album is everything about diversity. The record is nothing like me yet everything about me and how open-minded my taste in music has become over the years."
The release of Stimulus: 101 comes on the cusp of another project Mr. Black has put years and hours of attention into. Formerly known as SOStv, BMBtv (aka: Bomb Television) is a new 1-hour music video, cartoon and featured artist program which already is gathering the attention of television studio executives in the United States and Asia. A Special Edition DVD of the debut episode has recently surfaced with over 2 hours of eye-opening content. The official website (https://www.tradebit.com), which went live in June of 2004, is already averaging 4.5 million worldwide hits per month.
Mr. Black has also recently unveiled his new extreme clothing line which was created as a tribute to those who have sacrificed their lives in recent war efforts overseas. The Mr. Black Clothing Co. is simple in concept with creations for both men and women. Available online (https://www.tradebit.com) and at local clothing stores, The Hard Corps Clothing Co. is currently working on distribution in the United States through mall-stained clothing giant, Hot Topic.
For more info on The Mr. Black X-periment and Stimulus: 101, visit https://www.tradebit.com or contact Blackwerdz Studios PR at 503-484-8345.