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Neon Future I


Download links and information about Neon Future I by Steve Aoki. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Electronica, House, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 40:53 minutes.

Artist: Steve Aoki
Release date: 2014
Genre: Electronica, House, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 10
Duration: 40:53
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No. Title Length
1. Transcendence (feat. Ray Kurzweil) [Intro] 2:03
2. Neon Future (feat. Luke Steele) 6:17
3. Back To Earth (feat. Fall Out Boy) 4:03
4. Born To Get Wild (feat. 4:45
5. Rage the Night Away (feat. Waka Flocka Flame) 4:45
6. Delirious (Boneless) [feat. Kid Ink] (featuring Chris Lake) 3:43
7. Free the Madness (feat. Machine Gun Kelly) 4:19
8. Afroki (feat. Bonnie McKee) (featuring Afrojack) 4:17
9. Get Me Outta Here (feat. Flux Pavilion) 5:15
10. Beyond Boundaries (feat. Aubrey de Grey) [Outro] 1:26



On Neon Future 1, Steve Aoki expands his role as DJ/producer to near-shamanic proportions, transforming torrents of palpitating beats and swirling synth filigree into a manifesto for personal liberation and species advancement. As a high-profile record label chief, EDM guru, and all-around studio maven, he’s never been one to avoid the limelight. His latest work moves beyond dance-floor hedonism into something more rarified, by featuring spoken-word commentaries by visionary author/scientists Ray Kurzweil and Aubrey de Grey. Aoki backs up such brain power with insistent, body-grabbing tracks that embody the album’s expansive spirit. His guest list is a long and provocative one, matching pop stars like Fall Out Boy and with hotshot rapper Machine Gun Kelly and dubstep wizard Flux Pavilion. Highlights include the hyperactive “Neon Future” (filtering Luke Steel’s vocals through Krautrock distortion) the ferociously funky “Delirious (Boneless)” (a showcase for Kid Ink’s relentless wordflow), and the anthemic “Afroki” (electrified by Bonnie McKee's impassioned voice).