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1000 Gecs (stylized as 1000 gecs or 1000 gec) is the debut studio album by American experimental pop duo 100 Gecs. It was released on May 31, 2019, through Dog Show Records two days after the single "Money Machine" was released.
Featuring an experimental sound that combined several genres, 1000 Gecs was well received by critics. It placed on several publications' lists of the best albums of 2019. Remixed and reworked versions of songs from 1000 Gecs were later released as part of the follow-up remix album 1000 Gecs and the Tree of Clues (2020).
1000 Gecs is a genre-hopping album, generally described as experimental pop and bubblegum bass. Some of the genres used to describe certain songs or parts of the album include post-dubstep, indie pop, pop punk, trance, chiptune, happy hardcore, hip hop, synth-pop, ska, and Europop.
The song "Money Machine" was released as a single from the album on May 29, 2019, with a visualizer for the song posted to YouTube. The song quickly became the duo's most successful and well known song to date, and on June 13, 2019, an official music video for the song was released. In June 2019, the band released official merchandise for the album on the Dog Show Records website. An official music video for the song "800db Cloud" was released on July 25, 2019. Over a year later, an official music video for "hand crushed by a mallet" was released on October 9, 2020.
In August 2019, 100 Gecs released the album's instrumentals, stems, and a cappella vocals for free download.
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