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Front Line Assembly
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
  •  Track Listings (10) - Disc #1

1999 album from the techno/ industrial legends. 10 tracks, including the single 'Prophecy'.


CD Details

All Artists: Front Line Assembly
Title: Implode
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Metropolis Records
Original Release Date: 5/4/1999
Release Date: 5/4/1999
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Styles: Goth & Industrial, Dance Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 782388013628, 0782388013666


Album Description
1999 album from the techno/ industrial legends. 10 tracks, including the single 'Prophecy'.

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CD Reviews

Prashant Prasad | Mumbai, India | 12/30/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"FLA returns with their most polished effort to date. While their sideprojects have always explored various niches of their musical tastes, this is the first FLA album to truly integrate those influences with the classic FLA sounds of TNI and Hard Wired, the sheer aggressiveness of Caustic Grip, and the badass drum'n bass loops(thank you, Chris!) of the criminally underappreciated FLAvour. The powerful choirs on 'Prophecy', Bill actually singing on 'Falling', the chorus on 'Machine Slave', and the majestic Delerium-esque tracks 'Silent Ceremony' and 'Synthetic forms' - all examples of the new FLA - more melodic, better produced, and as aggressive as ever. Buy this record, check out the sideprojects, support a great band. You won't regret it."
Classic industrial music
Erica Anderson | Minneapolis, MN | 01/17/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I am a huge fan of Bill Leebs and his various incarnations of Delerium. I recently was inspired to push my interest in industrial music, everything from Front Line Assembly to Wumpscut. I wanted to start checking out Front Line Assembly's work since I am a fan of Bill Leebs so I chose "Implode", an album that is considered to be classic FLA by many standards. "Implode" is certainly a lot different than my beloved favorite KMFDM whose machine gun sounds can often sound repetitive from time to time. I guess I wouldn't say that FLA is completely industrial considering that there are quite a few ambient songs that could easily be found on any Delerium cd. There really isn't a particular sound I heard on "Implode" which makes it all the more interesting. The vocals on "Unknown Dreams" has this dreamy-like quality that makes the song stand out for me. I've never heard that before in a industrial band. The music is still intense and heavy just not glass-shattering as the likes of KMFDM and Wumpscut. "Implode" is definitely a classic in my book."
I'd just about given up....
StephaMe | Northern CA | 01/19/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"and then I heard this brilliant gem which took my breath away. I've been a long-time fan of FLA since the early days and they keep evolving (albeit with a few exceptions), but this release is amazing, simply amazing. It combines the best of all their side projects and then some. I love every song (they're all different) but #3 is the true standout in my opinion. I can listen to it over and over, never tiring and hear something different each time. The samples don't bother me, in fact they add an interesting edge, same with the vocals, from actual singing to subliminally whispered darkness; love it! This cd is also the hands-down perfect one to listen to on long dark evening drives... it's mezmerizing, hypnotic, melodic with a harsh edge, dark, moody and beautiful. Simply perfect."