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Mr. Oizo Creeps Out With Marilyn Manson on 'Solid' - Song Premiere

French DJ-producer chops up frantic, brooding electro track

June 28, 2013 9:00 AM ET
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Mr. Oizo is a man of many sounds – and for his new track "Solid," the French DJ-producer steps into the dark with Marilyn Manson. Mr. Oizo serves up frantic, brooding synths and piles them over Manson's creepy, spliced refrain. "You look like shit when you dance," Manson sings with disjointed glee over Oizo's needling arpeggios.

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"Solid" is off Mr. Oizo's upcoming EP, Amicalement, out July 1st. It'll be available for free download on Mr. Oizo's website, and pre-orders for the limited edition 12-inch vinyl are available here.

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