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Where's Industrial?

So recently my tastes have been a bit all over; I've found my love rfor house music, delved into trance and loved it, but I'm feeling rlacking on the industrial side. Since I love the genre more than rany other this makes me kind've sad, and I've been having a hard rtime finding new, good industrial music (or at least things I've not rheard/want to hear). So anyone got and good rec's, personal rfav's, or stuff no one on here but you has heard? List is semi-rrelated digs.
1Mind.In.A.Box
Lost Alone


Crossroads might have gotten me into the band but this album... this album is like a masterpiece that doesn't seem to end. Mixing multiple genre's it's really a superb listen, and did I mention it's a lengthy album?
2Android Lust
Devour, Rise and Take Flight


I've almost made it through her discography and so far this is just as good as her other albums. Her unique vocal approach makes each track a joy to listen too, and the female angst is something that makes me smile to hear belted out so heartfelt.
3Helalyn Flowers
A Voluntary Coincidence


This album is pure guilty pleasure; even though it could be said that the album is a mixed bag (see my soundoff) the vocals keep me coming back for more. It's strange, but I associate this album with anime and often go around humming tracks from this.
4Rotersand
1023


Rotersand has disappointed me time and time again, where's the sound from Welcome To Goodbye gone hmm??? WHY MUST YOU DO THIS TO ME!
5SAM
Brainwasher


This album is a fucking tease. One on hand you've got perhaps the greatest mix of dance and hard hitting I've ever heard under the broad tag that is industrial, and on the other there is NOTHING that sounds just like this. While it's nice to have an album crafted like this it's also annoying because I can't just get up and DJ track after track from this... can I?
6Enduser
Even Weight


Not industrial starts here I suppose, and this album is a great place to start. it's rather eclectic (detail wise) in it's soundscapes but flows well, sadly it's rather soft for the dancefloor but certain tracks go over really well.
7Infected Mushroom
IM the Supervisor


The story behind the album title is believable and hilarious, "Meduzz" slays.
8Placebo
Sleeping With Ghosts


Been meaning to get this for some time, and I love it as much as I knew I would. His voice is strange enough to keep you listening, and the whole concept of the album is one I can easily understand and get into.
9Deadmau5
For Lack Of A Better Name


With this album Deadmau5 bumped himself up into Daft Punk level with me, as "Ghosts 'n Stuff" and it's second part are just to die for (I should have never gone to that house night at the local club).
10 Your
rec


Give me something great Sputnik, make me forget about all this same stuff I've been playing and get me to delve into something new.
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