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Meat Beat Manifesto
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
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All Artists: Meat Beat Manifesto
Title: Satyricon
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Label: Mute U.S.
Original Release Date: 10/6/1992
Release Date: 10/6/1992
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Styles: IDM, Techno, Goth & Industrial
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 724596139523, 024596139548, 5413356420227

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An Extrordinary Resonation
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Greatness, magnitude, immensity, enormity, infinity, strength, intensity, fullness, importance!I thought there were too many negative reviews of this CD, so I wanted to put in my 2 cents. This is an astute musician. The guy listens to what's going on. John Corrigan has always done great work but this one is consistently amazing. I would rank this work up there with all the composers that really took chances: Varese, Stockhausen, Subotnick, Mario Davidovsky, Hugh Le Caine, Harry Partch, Todd Dockstader, Iannis Xenakis, Pierre Schaeffer, Gordon Mumma, Oskar Sala, to name only a few. It's possible "Track 15" is the only authentic testament to John Cage in all of modern recording. This CD compares well to Sal Martirano's "L's.G.A." in astonishment level.Of course, this doesn't say anything for people that only know MBM for some very decent grooves. This may not have the same effect as previous works, and marks MBM's departure into the soundscape composition technique known as "musique concrete"."
ebmAddikt | Portland Oregon | 10/31/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Considering that Satyricon was released in 1992 just blows my mind! If it were 1992 all over again, you'd be hard-pressed to find anything like it.

Especially with Satyricon, MBM mixes 60's retro with modern dance and low-fi experimental electronica. Satyricon is packed with atmosphere, catchy dance hooks, low-fi loops, sub-bass booms and basslines and pure analog synth wizardry. (now if Jack would only remix Satyricon in 5.1...)

They're all good, but this is definitely my favorite MBM. If you're new to MBM and wondering where to start, start with Satyricon."
Confrontational, Experimental & Progressive Industrial dance
fetish_2000 | U.K. | 10/29/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Meat Beat Manifesto will seemingly always remain on the fringes of popular Dance music, with their output towering above most similar artists, but with an approach to music that will delight enthusiasts that purposely seek out their music, but never making that cross over to the mainstream. Not that this matters, as when it comes to beat Programming, Sample augmentation, and genre-crossing, Meat Beat are all in a league of their own. If you had to categorise their music, then `Industrial Dance', would probably be most accurate. But once you heard the multi-layered, complex excess of "Brainwashed This Way/Zombie/That Shirt", and the fierce Industrial techno of "Edge of No Control, Pt. 2", it obvious there are not limiting themselves to just work to an industrial template. (Think "Music For The Jilted Generation" era Prodigy), and creatively still remain one of the most innovative dance acts ever devised."