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ProfessorMembrane
PostPosted: Sun Jul 16, 2006 10:34 pm  Reply with quote



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spookychick wrote:
Noisex is badass



going to have to check out over half your list... not familiar with them


Noisex is badass. And you should check out the acts I listed that you haven't heard. They run the gamut from Synthpop to Power-noise, but they're all awesome in their own way.
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ProfessorMembrane
PostPosted: Sun Jul 16, 2006 10:40 pm  Reply with quote



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Hanzan wrote:



There are *many* homo-erotic industrial bands, but few take it to the extremes of DAF.

(I mean, Laibach has the ultimate industrial image, so it's necessary to look at it all from some other angle...Wink)




WOLFSHEIM!

One of my all time favorites. And if anyone hasn't heard them I whole-heartedly recommend you give them a shot.
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ProfessorMembrane
PostPosted: Sun Jul 16, 2006 10:44 pm  Reply with quote



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Hyperdex-1-Sect!
X-Marks The Pedwalk!

Any other Sevren-Ni-Arb fans?!
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 17, 2006 7:19 pm  Reply with quote



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I think some bands listed in this thread are synthpop/furture-pop. I am not going to name which ones because I don't want to start a battle.
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ProfessorMembrane
PostPosted: Tue Jul 18, 2006 8:23 pm  Reply with quote



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horrorgirl wrote:
I think some bands listed in this thread are synthpop/furture-pop. I am not going to name which ones because I don't want to start a battle.


I agree with you, but I've always held the belief that synthpop/futurepop is to Industrial what punk is to rock.

Besides, if you look at the back catalogue [and even the old claims] of a lot of those bands, you will find they were very Industrial.
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Hanzan
PostPosted: Tue Jul 18, 2006 8:37 pm  Reply with quote



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ProfessorMembrane wrote:
I agree with you, but I've always held the belief that synthpop/futurepop is to Industrial what punk is to rock.

Besides, if you look at the back catalogue [and even the old claims] of a lot of those bands, you will find they were very Industrial.


Indeed. Covenant is a prime example. Or the evolution that Cabaret Voltaire took. I think that is one of the strenghts in this genre. A band can touch many different subgenres, industrial/futurepop/whatever, and still produce a rather consistent output.

And in just a few weeks I'll see Front Line Assembly!
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ProfessorMembrane
PostPosted: Fri Jul 21, 2006 8:13 pm  Reply with quote



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Hanzan wrote:
ProfessorMembrane wrote:
I agree with you, but I've always held the belief that synthpop/futurepop is to Industrial what punk is to rock.

Besides, if you look at the back catalogue [and even the old claims] of a lot of those bands, you will find they were very Industrial.


Indeed. Covenant is a prime example. Or the evolution that Cabaret Voltaire took. I think that is one of the strenghts in this genre. A band can touch many different subgenres, industrial/futurepop/whatever, and still produce a rather consistent output.

And in just a few weeks I'll see Front Line Assembly!


Sweet. I haven't seen good old Bill Leeb perform in almost ten years.

What's their new stuff like? The last thing I heard was Epitaph. And even though I'm sure many will disagree with me, I think their best work was on Implode. It's certainly their album I find myself listening to most often.
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Hanzan
PostPosted: Fri Jul 21, 2006 11:11 pm  Reply with quote



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ProfessorMembrane wrote:
Hanzan wrote:

And in just a few weeks I'll see Front Line Assembly!


Sweet. I haven't seen good old Bill Leeb perform in almost ten years.

What's their new stuff like? The last thing I heard was Epitaph. And even though I'm sure many will disagree with me, I think their best work was on Implode. It's certainly their album I find myself listening to most often.


Civilization was really mellow. Very Delerium-esque. But Artificial Soldier is an awesome album, even if it's too loud sometimes.

I also love Implode. After "Tactical Neural Implant" I think Implode is their second best work.
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