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Codec & Flexor


Ten years prior to the neo-industrial duo Codec & Flexor released their initial record, the pair founded the German indie rock-band Atomic Comic. Following a few concert events, Christian Morgenstern (Codec) became entranced with the burgeoning techno picture and soon still left; Flexor remained on for some time, but afterwards became the business lead singer of a fresh music group, De Luxe. They remained in contact, though, and after Morgenstern became a member of the music group during 1996-1997, they made a decision to strike from their own being a duo. Codec & Flexor agreed upon to Morgenstern’s very own Forte label (also house to many of his single productions) and released the synth pop revise single “Crazy Young ladies” in 2001. Sizzling hot on its pumps emerged “Eldar,” a cooperation with reputed moody techno maestro Michael Mayer. Debut record Tubed implemented on Forte, and was written by Emperor Norton for an American discharge early in 2003.

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Full Name Codec & Flexor
Music Songs Time Has Changed, Do What You Want, Black Diamonds, Crazy Girls, Nothing to Hide, My Arms Are Tired, Come A Little Closer, Killermachine, Candy Cancer, Surface of Sorrow, Broke Free, Make a Sound, Don't Judge Me, At Your Service, Beat Me, I Wanna Give It to You, Let It All Out, Robot Funk, Do What You Want Magik Parking Remix, Do What You Want Cycle Remix, I'll Be Gone, Getting Bigger, She, Breakout, Get Ready, Step by Step, Alert, Welcome, Mirrors, Motions, Underwater
Albums Tubed, Killermachine, Come a Little Closer, Crazy Girls

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