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Old 10.03.2008, 07:09 AM   #7
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Cyberpunk Music

**This list represents a breif list of cyberpunk music. Not all cyberpunk-style bands are listed. If your personal band is not here, please do not be offended. I have simply compiled this list from the writing of several net users and I have not (and do not intend to) keep this list up to date.
  • "In the end, cyberpunks listen to whatever the fuck they want."
  • The Velvet Underground (Gibson's favorite cyberpunk band)
  • on claims in VOX magazine, Feb 1994, that Brian Eno's "Nervenet" is "the
  • closest thing I've heard to a soundtrack for Neuromancer"
  • Gibson wrote lyrics for Dog Star Girl song on Chris Stein's "Debravation"
  • Front Line Assembly
  • Front 242
  • Negativland
  • Ministry
  • Information Society
  • Electrik Music
  • Art of Noise
  • Devo
  • Billy Idol's Cyberpunk album
  • U2 (Zoo TV?)
  • Pink Floyd
  • Chemlab
  • Sonic Youth
  • Neal Young, "Trans" album
  • Voivod
  • Many computer .mod music files can be considered cyberpunk
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