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MERCATOR

Obscure-Disk OBSCD11
Released 5 October 2018

Science Park’s first new album in 17 years. Mercator contains eleven songs about midcentury commuter trains, true-life river tragedies, misadventures in aviation, mythological blind seers, secret subterranean rendition camps, the creation of the Georgian Bay, and the first recorded human sighting of the comet.

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DISINFORMATION

Obscure-Disk OBSCD05
Released 13 February 2001

Science Park’s third album, originally released in 2001. Remastered in 2015 with ten additional tracks from the DISINFORMATION era.

Think Bryan Ferry's sophisticated moody blues mixed with a warmer, gentler Human League ... a soundtrack for complicated young adults that doesn't pander or presume. - Frontiers Magazine

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FUTURAMA

Obscure-Disk OBSCD03
Released 15 September 1998

Science Park’s second album, originally released in 1998. Remastered in 2018 with ten additional tracks from the FUTURAMA era.

Science Park marries bouncy synth-pop to indie rock, emulating Sebadoh’s sad-sack romanticism and plugging it into varying degrees of new wave from XTC’s punchy black-lined sunshine to Heaven 17′s robo-boogie. - SPIN Magazine

As if Elvis Costello was weaned on early Erasure and Depeche Mode. His emotive, bittersweet tales of life, love and loss provide a perfect soundtrack to rainy days and Mondays. - CMJ New Music Report

A near-masterpiece of innocent modern pop. - The Advocate

A set of achingly melodic, classic-model pop songs. - Boston Phoenix

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