Otto Vector clawed their way out of Detroit's barracks of aural analogousness by creating synth-pop that lies somewhere between The Fixx, The Pretenders, and a Nintendo game. With heavy beats, power-driven guitars, berserkish synth and slinky vocals, the group creates a blend of rock, funk, dance and electro that's half 1984, half 2004. After demand grew for OttO's 2004 sold-out debut album, Dv2.0, the band revisited the project. The result: dv2.5. This disc represents a remixed and remastered version of Otto Vector's first album, and includes several previously unreleased tracks.
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