Songs for Cadets is not a 37-minute barrage of Krauty, synth-drenched dance-pop from Milwaukee's scorching Stacian—it's actually a coded training-manual for intergalactic mercenaries, sent back in time from the year 2112. Life on earth has become unsustainable, and groups of young fighters have been enlisted by what's left of the global government to colonize Jupiter 6, a lush, earthlike planet out on the hostile fringes of the universe, populated by reptilian humanoids and robotic pterodactyls.
A 22nd-century Joan of Arc in dayglo armor, Stacian heads the sonic warfare division, wielding her synthesizer like a light saber in a life-or-death contest for control of the cosmic dancefloor. Crisp, relentless drumbeats and rocket-engine bass vie with the echoing cries of those weird, metallic birds as Stacian rallies her troops into action—mandatory listening for future cadets (literally)!
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