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Cold World Remixes

  • 1. Achtung! - (Cervello Elettronico Remix, Cervelo Electronico remix)
    2. No Frequency - (Angel Theory Remix, Angel Theory remix)
    3. Arsenal - (Pneumatic Detach Remix, Pneumatic Detach remix)
    4. Zero - (Totakeke Remix, Totakeke remix)
    5. Hate Like This - (Displace Remix, Displacer remix)
    6. Zero - (Synth Etik Remix, Synth Etik remix)
    7. Arsenal - (E/Craft Remix, E-Craft remix)
    8. Mephisto - (Life Cried Remix, Life Cried remix)
    9. No Frequency - (Imperative Reaction Remix, Imperative Reaction remix)
    10. Arsenal - (Re_Agent Remix, Re-Agent remix)
    11. Age of Terror, An
    12. Elimination Chamber
    13. Black Hoods in Brooklyn (Pneumatic Detach Vs. Terrorfakt) - (Pneumatic Detach Vs. Terrorfakt remix)
    14. Corrupt
    15. God of Killers
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 385

  • Credits

    More than most industrial bands, New York-based Terrorfakt relies on texture to keep your attention. Well, texture and bludgeoning beats -- this is industrial music of the "You vill dance und you vill like it!" variety. The interesting textures and compelling beats are really pretty essential, because too many of their songs are relentlessly droning affairs that rarely venture from one- or two-chord progressions. So a remix album was an obvious choice. Cold World Remixes brings together new mixes of tracks from the band's 2003 album Cold Steel World, provided courtesy of such underground eminences as Imperative Reaction, Angel Theory, and Re_Agent. It also offers five previously unreleased tracks, all of which are interesting enough but sound like ideas that remain to be fully developed. The remixes are another matter, though. They vary in quality from the relatively straightforward and not terribly interesting Cervello Elettronica mix of "Achtung!" to the surprisingly spacy and funky Totateke remix of "Zero," and a similarly atmospheric reworking of "Hate Like This" by Displacer. Synth Etik provides another mix of "Zero," this one harsher but equally complex, while Pneumatic Detach gives "No Frequency" a strange and eerie treatment. Like most remix collections, this one is uneven, but it's a solid winner overall. ~ Rick Anderson

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