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Frontline Assembly - Epitaph Album


Performer: Frontline Assembly
Genre: Electronic
Title: Epitaph
Country: Russia
Released: 2001
Style: Industrial, Electro, Ambient
Label: Metropolis
Catalog Number: MET224
FLAC version ZIP size: 2265 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 2362 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1261 mb
Rating: 4.0
Votes: 980

Tracklist

1Backlash5:37
2Insolence5:46
3Existance8:15
4Epitaph4:19
5Dead Planet5:21
6Krank It Up5:44
7Conscience5:12
8Haloed4:47
9Everything Must Perish6:20
10Decoy6:17

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MET224, MET 224Frontline Assembly Epitaph ‎(CD, Album)Metropolis, MetropolisMET224, MET 224US2001
MET 224, MET224Frontline Assembly Epitaph ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, Dig)Metropolis, MetropolisMET 224, MET224US2001
AOF200Front Line Assembly Epitaph ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Gre)Artoffact RecordsAOF200Canada2015
AOF200Front Line Assembly Epitaph ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, S/Edition, Bla)Artoffact RecordsAOF200Canada2015
MET 150Frontline Assembly Epitaph ‎(CD, Album, RE)MetropolisMET 150Russia2006

Credits

  • Artwork, DesignDave McKean
  • Created ByLeeb, Peterson
  • Mastered ByBrian "Big Bass" Gardener
  • Mixed By, EngineerGreg Reely

Notes

Art ● Design @ Hourglass.
All songs were created @ Cryogenic Studio.
Mixed and engineered @ Hipposonic Studio.
Mastered @ Bernie Grundman's.
Published by Cryogenics/Nettsongs.

Ⓒ&Ⓟ 2001 Metropolis Records
PO Box 54307 Phila., PA 19105
www.metropolis-records.com
Category: MET224 EFA#: 17343

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Text): 7 82388 02242 2
  • Matrix / Runout: L805 8458 MET80224 L10901-04A

Companies

  • Recorded At – Cryogenic Studio
  • Mixed At – Hipposonic Studios
  • Engineered At – Hipposonic Studios
  • Mastered At – Bernie Grundman Mastering

Album

Epitaph by Front Line Assembly, released 30 October 2001 1. Haloed 2. Dead Planet 3. Backlash 4. Epitaph 5. Everything Must Perish 6. Conscience 7. Decoy 8. Insolence 9. Krank It Up 10. Existance The highly anticipated new release from Bill Leeb and Chris Peterson - indisputably their best work to date. Released October 2001 exclusively on Metropolis Records. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 10 USD or more. Epitaph CD. Compact Disc CD Digital Album. Epitaph is the eleventh full-length studio album by Vancouver industrial band Front Line Assembly, released in 2001. With the release, Metropolis also issued a Digipak version that contains a hidden bonus track and was limited to copies. Even though the bonus track was originally announced as untitled, its title was later revealed as Submerged. The track Existence is featured in the 2002 horror film Resident Evil but not on the accompanying soundtrack. Текст песни: The filth, the greed, immoral needs The shameless urge of consumption A lustful motive against a fool Ones will by force to be Assembly. Epitaph CDr, Album, Promo. Vender esta versión. MOFR 00288. Front Line Assembly. Epitaph CD, Album, Unofficial. Monsters Of Rock. MET 150. Frontline Assembly. Epitaph CD, Album, RE. Epitaph - Frontline Assembly. Retrieved June 22, 2014. Front Line Assembly - Epitaph. Barcode Magazine. Archived from the original on April 7, 2014. Listen free to Front Line Assembly Epitaph Haloed, Dead Planet and more. 10 tracks 57:20. Has a bonus track Submerged after a few minutes of silence following track 10 Existence. Submerged would later be released in another form on Voyeur, Noise Unit's 2005 album. Band Name Frontline Assembly. Album Name Epitaph. Type Album. Released date 2001. Labels Metropolis Records. Music StyleIndustrial Electro. Members owning this album12. Dead Planet. Everything Must Perish. Epitaph may sound like the title of an album that completed this descent. Instead, Epitaph marks a return to former strength for the classic electro-industrial act. All the contemporary Front Line Assembly trademarks are here: guitar bites, Leeb's vocoded apocalyptic wisdoms, and solid electronic architectures that do not pander to dancefloors, but are still packed with a relentless energy. This is a strong release, reminiscent of Hard Wired or the best moments of Flavour of the Weak. 2001 studio album by Front Line Assembly. Studio album by. Being a characteristic feature on previous recordings, on Epitaph Front Line Assembly did not use samples. This is the first time we quit using movie samples. said Bill Leeb to Belgian magazine Side-Line and cited the more important role of samples in contemporary music and its financial side: Sampling is an artform which was criticised in the beginning, but now it's a respected artform with big money in it. Album 2001 10 Songs. Electronic 2001

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