Info/Reviews for 'We Wish You Well on Your Way To Hell'
CMJ Top 200: Peaked at #43
Dusted Charts: Peaked at #16
Single Barrel Detroit (video shoot)
On one of those early spring days, when it's still too cold to ditch the jacket but some of us do anyway, we met Computer Perfection at the Piquette Factory. Brazenly, the shoot started out on the railroad tracks, as if to pay tribute to a mode of transportation that the automobile changed forever (the analogy isn't perfect; the tracks are now part of the Canadian National Railway, and we spent a lot of time during the first hour of the day looking behind us, feeling for rumblings).
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Tiny Mix Tapes
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Real Detroit Weekly
Computer Perfection will take you on a journey from krautrock (think a much sprightlier Kraftwerk via Man Machines on "Echo 2" or the staggering Neu-like marathon of "Sweetie Pie") to club-ready synth pop (think those cherubic-feeling synth-n-bass affairs of New Order on "Blue Blood" with echoey drums and choir-like vocals), to naïve and freewheeling indie-pop (take those wispy tones and UFO-sounding whirls with bob-n-weave drum and bass on "Won the War" and you're thinking haughty-arty-pop like Stereolab, until that beautiful cutting surf guitar takes the lead)