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 Genre: Industrial

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Just want to dig u
out of my head
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Comments: 4
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Plays: 57
Downloads: 64

Uploaded: May 13, 2009 - 12:31:25 PM
Last Updated: May 13, 2009 - 12:31:25 PM Last Played: Jun 25, 2019 - 02:42:23 AM
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Feter said 3805 days ago (May 13th, 2009)
Dig U
MAN ....this is a blast ...great production ...
kinda pro heavy Art Rock ..extreme cool vocal ..
psycho ...loved this man ...Rock on !!!!
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Kicbal said 3805 days ago (May 14th, 2009)
Really Cool
Hey nothing wrong with a cheap Ibanez if it sounds like this. In the 2nd section, I actually wish the backing distorted guitar was a bit more defined. I also wonder if there is a bit to much reverb on parts of this as it seems to take away from the in-yer-face wall of sound. Otherwise, I really like the overall tune and meaty mood. Love the distorted bass breakdown at the end. Cool post.
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Reggie_Pole said 3804 days ago (May 14th, 2009)
Confounded neighbors
Yeah, that's a great idea. I cranked this up, but it didn't work. They dug it. Now we're all good friends. Who woulda thought? This is a powerhouse of a track. Great use of effects. Relentless. Classic grid stalker.
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AcetyleneJukebox said 3803 days ago (May 15th, 2009)
Panzers and Shermans
Relentless, like a tank demolishing a defenseless small town.
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Industrial music is a loose term for a number of different styles of electronic and experimental music. First used in the mid 1970s to describe the then-unique sound of Industrial Records artists, a wide variety of artists and labels have since come

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