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Industrial Revolution Third Edition
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Alternative Rock, Special Interest, Pop, Rock
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First In Line At The Industrial Buffet
skulliest | Edmonton, Alberta Canada | 05/23/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"If you are totally new to the industrial scene, this is just as good of a place to start as any. You've got some industrial pioneers here, as well as a few up and comers and some industrial bands that show some potential. A lot of this is previously unreleased remixes or just plain unreleased.The hot spots include the songs by Electric Hellfire Club's Incubus (remixed by Leæther Strip's Claus Larsen). Pygmy Children's remix of Intensify is a good track as well as Kill Switch... Klick's Fascist Smash. Penal Colony and Test Dept also have standout tracks. Tracks I was disappointed in were the Skinny Puppy track. I was expecting some hard hitting unreleased track, but it's mostly nine minutes of atmospheric sounds. Leæther Strip's No Rest For The Wicked hasn't changed much from the original released version. Front Line Assembly's Epidemic appears as a b-side on their Circuitry single. The Swamp Terrorist's Dive Right Jab remix has been released on a myriad of compilations, nothing out of the ordinary.But the granddaddy of industrial, Genesis P. Orridge is here with the band that started it all, Throbbing Gristle. Another one of the founding father's of industrial is here in the form of Einsturzende Neubauten. You've got a virtual who's who of industrial, and if you've never heard of these bands before or are just getting into industrial, this CD is worth every penny!"
A two disk offering of hard hitting industrial music
skulliest | 05/16/1998
(4 out of 5 stars)
"With two discs and most of it previously unreleased, this alum offers an inclusive view of modern industrial music. I recommend this for anyone interested in getting into the industrial scene, but unsure of what is right for them. A few of the tracks should have been left as unreleased, but for the most part, this is an excelent album. But it in the changer and leave it there."