BPM Profile Power Destiny. Album starts at 168BPM, ends at 171BPM (+3), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by VCR. VCR. 2005. Get the Tempo of more than 6 Million songs.
Part of the same synth punk renaissance as the very similar (and unfortunately superior) Epoxies, VCR are a modern version of early-'80s new wave, with a three-synth front line backed by a garagey punk rhythm section.
Power Destiny (2006). VCR, a synth-punk five-piece from Richmond, Virginia, certainly stand out in their local scene, as they would in most scenes anywhere. The band consists of three keyboardists, a bassist, and a drummer. There are no guitars anywhere in sight, which isn't so much a gimmick as it is a logical conclusion that there simply isn't really any room for them. VCR's songs are dense electronic-driven pop-punk songs falling somewhere in between the respective realms of the Epoxies and HORSE the Band. When I saw the Epoxies last year I was quick to pick an album up after being greatly entertained by their live set. When it came time to listen to the CD though, I couldn't get into it. I feel the same goes for VCR. Their album is slightly overbearing after a few listens.
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