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5.0 classic
Akira Yamaoka Silent Hill 2 Soundtrack (2019 Vinyl Remaster)
Akira Yamaoka Silent Hill 2
Akira Yamaoka Silent Hill
Akira Yamaoka Silent Hill 3
Akira Yamaoka Silent Hill 4: The Room
Amon Tobin Chaos Theory - Splinter Cell 3 Soundtrack
Archive Londinium
Black Light Burns The Moment You Realize You're Going To Fall
This album is a fckn masterpiece through and through. Picking up a favorite track (aside from the final interlude) is mission impossible. Song structures are constaintly multi-layerd with so many influences at once. Mixing is top-tier, letting all the instruments to shine the brightest, not to mention how diverse they are. Borland's vocals shifts different moods like it's nothing and presents incredible dynamics. Lyrics are jam-packed with classy goth metaphors and all sorts of moving emotions. Leaving stupid Limp Bizkit was the best decision in Wes Borland's life. No wonder they took their time to produce it. I wish more rock records sounded like this.
Danny Elfman The Nightmare Before Christmas
Danny Elfman Batman Returns
David Bowie Blackstar
Depeche Mode Violator
Diorama The Art Of Creating Confusing Spirits
Disasterpeace Hyper Light Drifter OST
Eminem The Marshall Mathers LP
Enigma MCMXC a.D.
Enigma The Cross of Changes
Eric Brosius Thief: Deadly Shadows (Official Soundtrack)
Front Line Assembly Tactical Neural Implant
Front Line Assembly Implode
Harry Gregson-Williams Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty OST
Harry Gregson-Williams Metal Gear Solid 3: Original Soundtrack
How to Disappear Completely Mer de Revs II
Israel Kamakawiwo'ole Alone in Iz World
Jackson C. Frank Jackson C. Frank
This man is the most tragic person to walk the Earth, but his music makes up for it. Was very pleased to here "I want to be alone" in Daft Punk's Electroma (such a subtle use of it btw). I also recommend to check out music video for CHROMATICS cover for it - all-round brilliant enhancment. Nothing but praise for the album though. During my low points of life his songs were my saving grace. Can be gut-wrenchingly melancholic, can be playfully charming, philosophical or nostalgic. I can savely say that this is the heart of folk music.
Jean-Michel Jarre Oxygene
Jean-Michel Jarre Rendez-Vous
Jesper Kyd Hitman 2: Silent Assassin
Jesper Kyd Hitman Contracts
Jesper Kyd Hitman: Blood Money
Jesper Kyd Hitman: The Critical Collection (Remastered Vinyl)
John Lennon Imagine
John Williams Star Wars, Episode IV: A New Hope
John Williams Star Wars, Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
Joy Division Closer
Joy Division Unknown Pleasures
Judas Priest Stained Class
Kaelan Mikla Undir Köldum Norðurljósum
Keluar Keluar
Keluar Ennoea
Keluar Vitreum
Keluar Panguna
Kino (Rus) Kino
Kino (Rus) Zvezda po imeni Solnce
Laibach Volk
Laibach WAT
Linea Aspera Linea Aspera
Linea Aspera Linea Aspera LP II
"Already feels like a century-old classic. It's like science exhaling heart. Deeply tragic emotions of inner crisis and unfortunate love affair expressed on an astrological level with clever touch of quantum physics symbolism in-between. Blows you away with it's surgically dramatic synths, vocals more piercing than death and poetry larger than air. The last time i was touched by such an emotional crescendo was when I listened to Portishead. Can't freeze anymore..." - "stolen" from my bandcamp.
Madvillain Madvillainy
Magazine Real Life
Marilyn Manson Antichrist Superstar
Marilyn Manson Holy Wood
Massive Attack Mezzanine
Metallica Master of Puppets
Mobb Deep The Infamous
Morphine Good
Morphine Cure for Pain
Mudvayne L.D. 50
N.W.A. Straight Outta Compton
Nas Illmatic
nervous_testpilot Frozen Synapse 2 - Original Soundtrack
Nine Inch Nails The Downward Spiral
This record is basically a wage-free therapist. Despite it's blunt, ill-natured vulgarity it really forces you to look around. And i LOVE so many unconventional creative choices in-here starting from samples of a man hitting punching bag, which then smoothly transitions into drum-machine punches instead of the real ones, sounds of the protagonist sniffing cocaine through a straw as he continues to fall apart or the ICONIC hearbeat drum in Closer. Each track is exceptional with only "Big Man with a Gun" being just conceptional for the album's sake. Non-linear song sctructers are mesmerizing to the point that inner musician in your is jealous. Might be the greatest album of all time. I am deadly serious about that. 10 marching pigs out of 10.
Nine Inch Nails The Fragile
Nine Inch Nails Pretty Hate Machine: 2010 Remaster
Nine Inch Nails Pretty Hate Machine
Noriyuki Asakura 天誅 参 Tenchu 3 - Original Game Soundtrack
Numb Wasted Sky
Pink Floyd The Dark Side of the Moon
Portishead Roseland NYC Live
Portishead Dummy
Psyclon Nine We the Fallen
Queen News Of The World (40th Anniversary Edition)
Queen A Night at the Opera
Queen Innuendo
Queen News of the World
Queen Queen II
Radiohead OK Computer
Rammstein Mutter
Soundtrack (Film) Blade Runner
Soundtrack (Video Game) Okami Original Soundtrack
Soundtrack (Video Game) Imaginarium: Songs from the Neverhood
Soundtrack (Video Game) Hotline Miami Official Soundtrack
Soundtrack (Video Game) Metal Gear Solid: Vocal Tracks
The Chameleons Script of the Bridge
The Chameleons Strange Times
The Clash London Calling
The Cure Disintegration
The Doors The Doors
The Doors Strange Days
The Doors L.A. Woman
The Jimi Hendrix Experience Axis: Bold as Love
The Jimi Hendrix Experience Are You Experienced
The Jimi Hendrix Experience Electric Ladyland
The Notorious B.I.G. Ready to Die
This Heat Deceit
Tricky Maxinquaye
Various Artists GTA: Vice City - Official Soundtrack
Witch Of The Vale Commemorate
Wu-Tang Clan Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)
yelworC Brainstorming

4.5 superb
2nd Face Nihilum
2nd Face Nemesis
2Pac All Eyez on Me
3TEETH shutdown​.​exe
"A serious mile-step after at times abstract debut. Mincolla brought the best of his mind abilities to write ubelivably multibranched lyrics delving into cyberpunk, religion, esoterics & authoritarian rust - covering it all in metaphysical symbolism. Sound-enginiring is S. Kubrick levels of perfection. Sometimes it can be Ministry's rawness, FLA's danse macabre futurism, KMFDM satire & even full-blown cyber-death metal on Slavegod. Comets hit the Earth more rarely than music albums of such." - "stolen" from my bandcamp.
3TEETH and Ho99o9 Lights Out
"At 1st i was worried that collaboration with a rapper could not suit 3TEETH, but Ho99o9 complemets them so perfectly in-here. Lights Out retains that heavy industrial post-processing & rap recitative adds an extra layer to the verse. Suddenly 2nd track went full punk; vocal style of the latter performer even resembles Refused. The anti-establishment lyrics is so good that it makes me overthrow my own country with that 3TEETHxHo99o9 collector's bandana?. This is not my time, but certainly theirs." - "stolen" from my bandcamp.
Acretongue Strange Cargo
Akira Yamaoka Silent Hill Soundtrack (2017 Vinyl Remaster)
Aleah Aleah
Amon Tobin Supermodified
Amon Tobin Out From Out Where
"Amon Tobin is an alchemist of sound. This man is a genre by himself. And this is, possibly, his most well-composed classic album. It's intentional distortions of harmony are much more smooth than in Supermodified which had such an eclectic DJ resampling at times, that it felt like kitten playing with a laser dot. Aside from the Tobin-esque Verbal the whole LP feels as consistent as a waterfall. Though for me it lacks a plethora of more distinct tracks like Deo, Slowly or 4 Ton Mantis". - "stolen" from my bandcamp.
Angelspit Hideous and Perfect
Austin Wintory Journey OST
Bauhaus The Bela Session
Bauhaus In the Flat Field
Bauhaus Rest in Peace: The Final Concert
Behavior Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Double Agent
Bernard Herrmann Taxi Driver: Original Soundtrack Recording
Bile Built To Fuck, Born To Kill
Bile Suckpump
Bile Demonic Electronic
Black Light Burns Cruel Melody
Blue Oyster Cult Blue Öyster Cult
Blue Oyster Cult Agents of Fortune
Bornless Fire Arcanum
Boy Harsher Lesser Man
Chelsea Wolfe Apokalypsis
Chelsea Wolfe Pain Is Beauty
Chelsea Wolfe Hiss Spun
Chemlab East Side Militia
Sorely underrated release. With this album it feels like a whole other band - in a good sense. Many people overrate "Burn Out At The Hydrogen Bar" despite it being very good, but the 3 chorus structions on top of simple riffs were tiresome. Demos from that album clearly indicated that the band wanted to write more electronic-focused industrial with a cyberpunk feel, while preserving the same rock n' roll playfulness mostly via lyrics which is evident here starting from the cover art. What i like the most about this one is each track trying something distinctly alternative from heavily electrified guitars on the openere to electro-funk on top of industrial, then more electronic shades with prodigy'esque dynamics. They even incorporated (quite successfully too) a couple of atmosphere-laden, avant-garde tracks with spoken world type of lyrics, with a drip of trip-hop too. Speaking of lyrics, it requires you to read between the lines to fully appreciate how actually thought-provoking it can be (Jesus Christ Porn Star will leave in your head rent-free for a long while if you dig it) - such a crazy mix of nihilistic surrealism and schizo cyberpunk as if Chemlab were their recording studio rather than the band's name. Overall this still sounds fresh, unique and interesting throughout. Ironically it main drawback is what made "Burnout at the Hydrogen Bar" to stand out so much - straight counterculture anthems with quirky ecsentrism. 1999 remaster is lame, but comes with 3 remixes.
Curve Come Clean
Curve Doppelganger
Curve Cuckoo
Daniel Deluxe Desync (Original Soundtrack, Vol. 1)
Danny Elfman Spider-Man
Danny Elfman Spider-Man 2
Darkspace Dark Space III
Daughters You Won't Get What You Want
David Bowie Station to Station
Dawn Of Ashes Scars of the Broken
"Another powerful experiment by DOA. This is a unique sample of psychological, blackened industrial metal born out of heart-felt breakups & PTSDs with screaming pain. Rings a church number of bells in one's darkest experience. It's all applicaply structured like Divine Comedy placing your emotions on a swing set until your either stop or endure. Electronics delicatly enhances metal & mid-song bridges let the drama sink in. This LP is a proper interlocutor in a city which sleeps." - "stolen" from my bandcamp.
Dawn Of Ashes The Crypt Injection II
"This beast feels like as if Nergal from Behemoth drank MONSTER energy. Not only does it combines DOA's hellektro roots with industrial post-effects & extreme metal, it also uses some of the sexiest DJ'ish mixing in vein of techno-breakcore to make the most out of awe-inspiring hate anthems capable of making you think. On top of that it comes with lots of remixes as if my marathons with it weren't obsessed enough. Needs more riffs & less runtime, but i can NON SERVIAM to this all night long!" - "stolen" from my bandcamp.
Dawn Of Ashes The Antinomian
Dawn Of Ashes Anathema
Death in June The Snow Bunker Tapes
Death in June Essence!
Deine Lakaien White Lies
Depeche Mode Black Celebration
Depeche Mode Songs of Faith and Devotion
Die Sektor (-)Existence(+)
DJ Quik Safe & Sound
DJ Quik Quik Is The Name
Eminem The Slim Shady LP
Eminem The Eminem Show
Enya Watermark
Eric B and Rakim Paid in Full
Front Line Assembly Artificial Soldier
Front Line Assembly Civilization
Front Line Assembly The Blade
Front Line Assembly Virus
Front Line Assembly Hard Wired
Gary Numan Savage (Songs from a Broken World)
Gary Numan Splinter (Songs From A Broken Mind)
Gerrit Wolf RESOLUTiiON [Assault] (Original Game Soundtrack)
Gesaffelstein Conspiracy PT. II
Hans Zimmer The Dark Knight: Original Motion Picture Soundtrac
How to Disappear Completely Ancora
Ice-T Greatest Hits: The Evidence
Interpol Antics
Israel Kamakawiwo'ole Facing Future
Jean-Michel Jarre Les Concerts en Chine
Jean-Michel Jarre Les Chants Magnétiques
Jesper Kyd Hitman: Codename 47 · Hitman 2: Silent Assassin
Kaelan Mikla Not Eftir Not
Kino (Rus) Gruppa krovi
Kino (Rus) Posledniy geroy
KMFDM Symbols
Laibach Laibach Revisited
Lebanon Hanover Tomb for Two
Leonard Cohen You Want It Darker
Luciano Pavarotti Pavarotti's Greatest Hits
Magazine The Correct Use Of Soap
Marilyn Manson Mechanical Animals
Marilyn Manson Lest We Forget
Martin O'Donnell Halo Original Soundtrack
Mazzy Star Among My Swan
Megadeth Peace Sells... but Who's Buying?
Metallica Kill 'Em All
Michael McCann Deus Ex: Human Revolution (2016 Vinyl + Bonus)
Michael McCann Deus Ex: Human Revolution
Michael McCann Splinter Cell: Double Agent
Mick Gordon Doom Eternal OST
Midnight Odyssey Funerals from the Astral Sphere
Minuit Machine Infrarouge
Morphine The Night
Naughty By Nature Naughty By Nature
Nautilus Pompilius Knyaz' tishiny
nervous_testpilot Frozen Synapse: Original Soundtrack
nervous_testpilot Frozen Synapse: Red EP
nervous_testpilot Steel and Glass EP
nervous_testpilot Frozen Cortex: Original Soundtrack
nervous_testpilot Music for Code
nervous_testpilot Fights in Tight Spaces (Original Soundtrack)
Noriyuki Asakura Tenchu 4: Shadow Assassins (Original Soundtrack)
Noriyuki Asakura & N.O.Y.B. Tenchu Kurenai - Original Soundtrack
Numb Mortal Geometry
Numb The Valence Of Noise
Numb Language of Silence
Numb Death on the Installment Plan
Numb Blood Meridian
Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark Dazzle Ships
PIG Risen
PIG Pain Is God
PIG Praise The Lard
PIG Prime Evil
PIG Pain Killer
PIG Baptise Bless & Bleed
PIG The Merciless Light
"The lord of lard, porcine libertine & our shotgun messiah has unsurprisingly not surprised with his new offering. Essentially, it has all of his modern production tropes: Gospel's electro-reliance, Risen's glam industrial-galore, use of new languages from the recent EP - you name it. But this time the interplay between riffs, post-effects & dominant synths pitchshifts the album to an air-tight, yet more skillful sound, placing front & center most tasty pork with Limbo's borlesque-noir garnish." - "stolen" from my bandcamp.
Portishead Portishead
Portishead Third
Prick Prick
Psyclon Nine Less to Heaven
"A dichotomy between P9's aggresive & melancholic sides with lush modern production. I can even smell Not My God influence. Devastating as a neighbor's drill guitar riffs accompanied by burning alive Nero Bellum will cut you without a knife whilst deep bass echoes like a heart beat. The other parts are brooding & dramatic similar to cinematic score approach, Nero even sounds human the most in-here. Mixing- & storytelling-wise it's a master class of psychological horror in some instances." - "stolen" from my bandcamp.
Psyclon Nine Icon of the Adversary
Psyclon Nine Crwn Thy Frnicatr
Public Image Ltd. Metal Box
Queen Jazz
Refused The Shape Of Punk To Come
"This release is a gem of hidden gems jam-packed in loud & proud slickness with actual industrial noises on some tracks instead of their lousy resembling effects. Samples, guitars & drums are synced in driving rhythms leaving enough room to breath, synths also adds more diversity. Lyrics are thought-shaping. Hellektro-tinged vocals works as a real powerhouse in-here. And these remixes are more pleasantly surprising than a negative pregnancy test. Recommend to any riverthead in a heartbeat.". - "stolen" from my bandcamp.
"Terrifying, merciless & gut-wrenchingly haunting industrial metal which smothers everyone equally till hell freezes over. It's searing nihilism is tuned to perfection with vocals switching between death metal growls & black metal roars. Antithesis-filled metaphors leaves smth to interpret upon. Meat grinding percussion melts into power noise electronics wtih a dash of an eerie-grimmy aggrotech. Metal even takes a backseat for trip-hop. Rest-assured, these guys are Prometheus of the genre revival." - "stolen" from my bandcamp.
Robin Arnott Antichamber Double​-​Album
Roy Orbison Lonely and Blue
Roy Orbison Orbisongs
Roy Orbison Crying
Roy Orbison Black & White Night
Russell Shaw Fable Original Soundtrack
Scratch Massive Nuit De Rêve
SDH Semiotics Department Of Heteronyms
SDH Maybe a Body
SDH Against Strong Thinking
Sex Pistols Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols
Shoji Meguro Persona 5 OST
Siddhartha Barnhoorn Antichamber
Simon Viklund Payday 2: Original Soundtrack
"This is one of the most creative action scores i've ever listened & the reason why i have hundreds of hours in my total playtime. Due to the game being a horde shooter the tracks are specifically constructed to escalate tension, reflecting a feeling of a sneaky heist intervened by an upcoming police siege. Action phase will make your blood pump in every vein with it's intricate mix of an alternative rock, EDM & drum n' bass. Some of the extra material was released in FLAC via DLC for the game". - "stolen" from my bandcamp.
Siouxsie and the Banshees At The BBC
Siouxsie and the Banshees The Scream
Siouxsie and the Banshees Juju
SKYND Chapter II
"SKYNDicate continues to sow terror in the hearts of their listeners, but this time with gothic ballads aesthetics rather than a dancefloor feel from the likes of T. Hadley. J. Jones is grandiose, yet psychologically creepy tale which telegraphs the cult propaganda in style of dark gospel with arena rock meets horror ambient type of sound. K.Knight also improves upon the latter placing you into the twisted headspace of the culprit. Pity, they forgot their bandcamp password to release chapter III". - "stolen" from my bandcamp.
SKYND Chapter I
"They say that understanding what drives evil requires you to walk in it's shoes. While many artists in hellektro style have already portrayed thoughts of a serial killer/demonic entity, SKYND's vocals are not that harshly processed to make her voice too specific to enjoy. She also describes only the real case files in disturbingly authentic details, mixing it in a dark pop blender with witch house, trap & industrial, so it's all suitable for dances in blood even beyond hellektro afficionados". - "stolen" from my bandcamp.
Slipknot Slipknot
Slipknot Iowa
Soft Cell The Art Of Falling Apart
Solar Fields Mirror's Edge Original Soundtrack
Solar Fields Mirror's Edge Catalyst
Sopor Aeternus and The Ensemble of Shadows Island of the Dead
Soundtrack (Film) The Guest
Soundtrack (Film) The Animatrix: The Album
Soundtrack (Film) Reservoir Dogs: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Soundtrack (Film) The Crow
Soundtrack (Film) Queen of the damned
Soundtrack (Film) Trainspotting: Music from the Motion Picture
Soundtrack (Film) Lost Highway
Soundtrack (Film) 2001: A Space Odyssey
Soundtrack (Video Game) Furi Original Soundtrack
Soundtrack (Video Game) Katamari Damacy soundtrack
Soundtrack (Video Game) Tenchu
Soundtrack (Video Game) System Shock 2 OST
Soundtrack (Video Game) Deus Ex
Soundtrack (Video Game) Warcraft III
Soundtrack (Video Game) Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne
Soundtrack (Video Game) BPM: Bullets Per Minute (Original Game Soundtrack)
Soundtrack (Video Game) Katana ZERO (Original Soundtrack)
Soundtrack (Video Game) Jet Set Radio OST
Soundtrack (Video Game) Mafia III
Suicide Suicide
Talking Heads Remain in Light
The Chameleons What Does Anything Mean? Basically
The Doors Live At The Bowl 68
The Frozen Autumn Pale Awakening
The Passions Sanctuary (Extended Special Edition Remaster)
The Residents God in Three Persons
The Residents Duck Stab
The Sound Jeopardy
The Sound From The Lion's Mouth
The Sound In The Hothouse
The Sound The BBC Recordings
The Velvet Underground The Velvet Underground & Nico
This Mortal Coil Blood
Tones on Tail Pop
Tones on Tail Burning Skies
Tones on Tail Everything!
Tones on Tail Weird Pop
Tones on Tail Pop (2020 Remaster)
Tones on Tail Tones On Tail LP
Trees of Eternity Hour of the Nightingale
Turquoise Days Grey Skies 7"
UNKLE Psyence Fiction
Vadim Krakhmal Cliff Empire OST
Vangelis Blade Runner Soundtrack
Various Artists A Soft Cell & Marc Almond Tribute
Waveland & Red City Noise Void & Meddler

4.0 excellent
2nd Face 1st Of His Name
"Everything 3TEETH touches turns into swiss franks, it's especially evident for me since their debut can seem like a drafty dichotamy of minimalistic lyrics & repetative choruses. Most bands couldn't get away with this trick, but here it's really pays off. From the 1st note you will be hooked by totalitarian-like vocals of Alexis Mincolla, his uncompromising counterculture messages in tandem with painstakingly crafted sound of 90's industrial rock in endlessly groovy rhythm-sections." - "stolen" from my bandcamp.
Acumen Nation Psycho the Rapist
Akira Yamaoka Silent Hill: Shattered Memories
Allflaws These Walls Are Lies
Amelia Arsenic Deathless
Amelia Arsenic Queen of Risk
Amelia Arsenic Carbon Black
Amon Tobin Foley Room
And One Bodypop
Angelspit Diesel Priest
Angelspit Black Dog Bite
Angelspit The Ignorance Cartel
Anika Change
antenne #1
antenne #3
Austin Wintory Abzu OST
Austin Wintory Journey: Transfiguration
Bauhaus Burning from the Inside
Bauhaus Mask
Beat Vince Tokyo 42 - [Original Game Soundtrack] Part II
Belgrado Siglo XXI
Beth Gibbons and Rustin Man Out Of Season
Bile Sharks And Covid, Vol​.​1
Black Light Burns Lotus Island
Black Plastic Savage and Charcoal
Cabaret Voltaire Micro-Phonies
Celldweller Satellites
Ceramic Animal The Cart
Ceramic Animal The Horse
Chiasm 11:11
Chiasm Reset
"I can't get enough of this album. It's an interlaced mix of danse macabre with melancholy,
which creates constantly fresh sound dichotomy between industrial and IDM. It also
introduces some of the strongest vocals by Emileigh and a top-tier audio mastering with good
dynamic range. The LP starts off with a banger to leave you with a bowl of thoughts
afterwards. Some of this album's social worries feels like COVID fears making it's
foreshadowing a lot more weighty." - "stolen" from my bandcamp.
Chiasm Reform
Chiasm Relapse
Chiasm And John Fryer Missed The Noise
"With famous John Fryer accompanying Emileigh this turns out to be her most multilayered LP yet. It's best you process it through multiple listenings. The sound combines various types of moods, going back n' forth with experiments (it even has back vocals by John and electro guitar at some point). From time to time (especially with each step closer to an end) it abandons EBM in favor of more tragic IDM. It's pretty uncommon even for Chiasm, but helps to forget about her.., - not Chiasm of course." - "stolen" from my bandcamp.
Covenant Modern Ruin
Crystal Castles Crystal Castles II
Cyanotic The Medication Generation
Daft Punk Random Access Memories
Daniel Ash Foolish Thing Desire
Daniel Ash Stripped
Daniel Myer Tao Feng: Fist Of The Lotus - Original Soundtrack
Dark Sanctuary Royaume Melancolique
Darkspace Dark Space II
Darkspace Dark Space I
Darkspace Dark Space III I
David Bowie Diamond Dogs
David Bowie The Next Day
David Bowie Let's Dance
David Bowie Low
David Bowie Aladdin Sane
David Housden Volume (Original Soundtrack)
Dawn Of Ashes Theophany
Death in June Peaceful Snow
Depeche Mode Playing The Angel
Depeche Mode Ultra
Depeche Mode Remixes 2: 81-11
Depeche Mode Remixes 81–04
Dr. Dre 2001
Emilie Autumn Opheliac
Eminem The Marshall Mathers LP 2
Enigma Le Roi est mort, vive le Roi!
Ennio Morricone The Untouchables
Falco Out Of The Dark (Into The Light)
Falco Falco 3
Falco Junge Roemer
Floating Door, Damare Severed Steel Soundtrack
Freddie Mercury Mr Bad Guy
Front Line Assembly Angriff [Remix]
Front Line Assembly Millennium
Front Line Assembly Echogenetic
Front Line Assembly FLAvour of the Weak
Front Line Assembly Front Line Assembly – Permanent Data 1986​-​1989
Garbage Not Your Kind of People
Garbage Garbage
Gesaffelstein Conspiracy PT.1
Graeme Norgate Second Sight
Greg LoPiccolo, Jonathan Peros System Shock - Remastered Soundtrack
Hans Zimmer Interstellar
Hante Morning Tsunami
Ice-T O.G. Original Gangster
Ice-T Rhyme Pays
Ice-T Power
Iggy Pop The Idiot
Information Society Don't Be Afraid V.1.3 (2008 Remaster)
iVardensphere Apok
Jean-Michel Jarre Equinoxe
Jesper Kyd Assassin's Creed 2
Jesper Kyd Assassin's Creed Brotherhood
Jimi Hendrix Both Sides Of The Sky
Johan Skugge and Jukka Rintamaki Battlefield 3
John Camara Lithium City Original Soundtrack
John Carpenter Assault on Precinct 13
Jonathan Bree Sleepwalking
Jonathan Bree After The Curtains Close
"Though i am the last person on Earth who would be caught listening to pop - meaning won't be caught at all - i can't resist to adore this puppet master of manikins. From budgety, yet tasty, music clips and artistic look to sheer elegance of his rich chamber pop sound, smoothly blending strings, partially keyboards, with mesmerizingly pin-point use of guitars and female back vocals. Bree's baritone is also unforgettable. New Zealand's serial killer at it's finest!" - "stolen" from my bandcamp.
Joris de Man Velocity 2X Soundtrack
Joy Division The Complete BBC Recordings
Kavinsky Outrun
Kimberly Freeman After The Snow
Kimberly Freeman Secret Lullaby
Kimberly Freeman Sleep
Kimberly Freeman Kimberly's Quarantine Playlist
KMFDM Hell Yeah
Kno Death Is Silent
Laibach Wir Sind Das Volk
Laibach Spectre
Laibach Opus Dei
Lebanon Hanover Let Them Be Alien
Linea Aspera Preservation Bias
Linea Aspera Linea Aspera II
Linea Aspera Linea Aspera EP
Lingua Ignota Caligula
"Geez, this woman is like Nico 2.0. Mighty, soul-crashing voice dragging you with chains to the depths of Tartarus! Intellectually stimulating lyrics full of symbolism, pathos, mythology and religious themes. The artistic expression is so powerful it can saw the planet in half! Feels like she is burning alive at times - it that's desperate! But, raw impressions aside, it's a highly experimental dark folk coupled with opera. There's some crashing beauty to be found in this". - "stolen" from my bandcamp.
London Philharmonic Orchestra The Greatest Video Game Music
Ludovico Technique Haunted People
Madrugada Industrial Silence
Mandalay Empathy
Marilyn Manson The Pale Emperor
Marilyn Manson The Last Tour on Earth
Mark Korven Cube (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Mascarpone Nonsense
Massive Attack Blue Lines
Massive Attack Blue Lines Remix/Remaster
Memory Ghost Harbored Vision
Michael McCann 4 [EP]
Michael McCann, Sascha Dikiciyan and Ed Harrison Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
Minuit Machine Don't Run From The Fire
Minuit Machine Violent Rains
Minuit Machine Sainte Rave
Minuit Machine Don't Run From The Fire - Remix Edition
Minuit Machine 24
This album feels like an EP due to ascetism of some songs, but it's heights makes up for it. It's crystal clear that MM polished their industrial techno to such a shine that it will make you blind - thick, military grade stomping bass with catchy rhytms ripping off dancefloor wallpapers. Synth accompaniment is always unique & interesting. Lyrics are more insightful than any diagnosis - it puts a mirror in front of my soul. And the whole LP is graced by bittersweet, Portishead'esque piano finale.
Molly Nilsson These Things Take Time
Morphine Like Swimming
N.W.A. Niggaz4Life
Nico The Drama of Exile
Nico The End...
Nico Camera Obscura
Nine Inch Nails Closer to God
Nine Inch Nails Quake
Noise Unit Deviator
Not My God Simulacra
"Even more experimental follow-up to the debut. Electronics on modular synthesizer by Nero Bellum isn't about industrial now, it's less restrained - with uber cool distortions in style of Glitch. Atrum artifex also added sick hip-hop beats - tailor-made for vampire night club. Skold's vocals force you to worship with their improved infernality. Alchemy coupled with spiritualism has almost replaced demons. I am satisfied, but prefer NMG, it's more complex theme-wise & as cold as my obsidian heart". - "stolen" from my bandcamp.
Numb Numb
Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark English Electric
Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark The Punishment Of Luxury
Pawel Blaszczak The Ascent Soundtrack
PIG Wrecked
PIG Pigmata
PIG Genuine American Monster
PIG Prey & Obey
PIG Swine & Punishment
PIG Sinsation
PIG Rise & Repent
PIG 'Sex & Death'
Poets of the Fall Jealous Gods
Poets of the Fall Revolution Roulette
Poets of the Fall Carnival of Rust
Poets of the Fall Signs of Life
Prick The Wreckard
Priest OBEY
Priest New Flesh
Psyclon Nine Divine Infekt
Psyclon Nine INRI
Public Image Ltd. First Issue
Queen Sheer Heart Attack
Queen Made in Heaven
Queen A Kind of Magic
Queen The Miracle
Queen A Day at the Races
Queen Queen
Rik Schaffer Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines OST
Rik Schaffer Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodlines (OST)
Rik Schaffer Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodlines Extra
Robin Arnott Meditation Walk With Antichamber
Roy Orbison Memphis
Sally Dige Forget Me / Losing You
Salvinsky Narita Boy (Original Game Soundtrack)
Santa Hates You It's ALIVE!
Scatman John Scatman's World
Second Layer World Of Rubber
She Wants Revenge She Wants Revenge
She Wants Revenge This is Forever
Shoji Meguro Persona 3 OST
Shoji Meguro Shin Megami Tensei III Nocturne OST
Shotgun Messiah Violent New Breed
Simon Viklund Payday: Original Soundtrack
"The soundtrack for the original Payday videogame is more akin to 90's crime movies. "Gun Metal Grey" is a clear example of that, because it's mimics that metronome type of electronic bits from the movie "Heat". Overall it's great nostalgic infusion of rock in thriller-coated dynamics - an action texture best suited for the repetitive, yet addicting nature gameplay-wise of Payday: The Heist, as if blockbuster music was your ambient". - "stolen" from my bandcamp.
Skinny Puppy Weapon
Skold Dead God
"Potius sero quam nunquam! Finally i can disrupt the orderly routine of the instituituon with a license. It's a passionately composed punk album with right balance between enganging guitar & percussion plus neat electronic post-effects - not primitive, nor overloaded. A tad edgy, but surely warms each simple man's heart with sincere christian-hurty philosophy capable of getting under your skin once a healthy dose of provocation transitions into thought-provoking nihilism. In my top 3 by SKOLD." - "stolen" from my bandcamp.
Skold Never Is Now
"Cool as a dinosaur album keeping up with it's ambitious tracklist. Tim & Co utilized their sophisticated electronic post-processing by even making EACH drum sound like a tight beat. Guitar parts are oozing with OOMPH, not to mention a handful of catchy industrial effects (sadly, few of them). Synths & percussion also pulls over the blanket at times, syncing with the riffs in crushing harmony. My only issue is lyrics being too infantile sometimes, thou' it's still bad@ss.rM-O-U-S-E M-U-S-T DIE!" - "stolen" from my bandcamp.
Skold Dies Irae
"Dies Irae marks the point when Skold truly matured. Playful rock n' roll songs only stab you with provocation this time. He also fully embraced his gothic punk aura showcasing the same anarhistic aplomb. It all led to this drum-tight album unreveling texts with symbolic fatalism, horror'esque post-effects & unpedictable synths which are flirting with his most serious, at times even heavy metal type of rock strengtened up by very skillful guitar solos. The song-writting is front to back strong." - "stolen" from my bandcamp.
Skold vs KMFDM Skold vs KMFDM
Slave's Mask Soak Kaos
Soft Cell This Last Night in Sodom
Solid Space Space Museum
Solid Space Space Museum (Remastered Expanded Edition)
Soundtrack (Film) Watchmen: Music from the Motion Picture
Soundtrack (Film) Spawn: The Album
Soundtrack (Film) Django Unchained
Soundtrack (Film) The Terminator
Soundtrack (Video Game) Anno: Mutationem Original Game Soundtrack Complete
Soundtrack (Video Game) Alice: Madness Returns
Soundtrack (Video Game) Metal Gear Acid 2
Soundtrack (Video Game) Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number
Soundtrack (Video Game) Twisted Metal
Soundtrack (Video Game) Killer 7
Soundtrack (Video Game) MirrorMoon EP Original Soundtrack
"I didn't like the game (great idea botched by inexcusable gameplay tedium), but this is one of the best soundtracks for isolating yourself from society. Really hard to pick a favorite composition. Lots of mesmerizing creative decisions, especially remember the sounds of flashbulbs in Day 63, Sunset. Very captivating drone-esque electronic ambience. The package itself is messy thou' - lots of upsampled files, inconsistent bit rate." - "stolen" from my bandcamp.
Soundtrack (Video Game) Grand Theft Auto Vice City O.S.T. Vol 3 : Emotion
Soundtrack (Video Game) Metal Gear Solid Original Game Soundtrack
Soundtrack (Video Game) Metal Gear Ac!d & Ac!d² (Original Soundtrack)
Soundtrack (Video Game) Perfect Dark (Dual CD Soundtrack)
Soundtrack (Video Game) Tenchu Senran - Original Soundtrack
stonefromthesky Undungeon (Original Game Soundtrack)
Styx The Grand Illusion
Styx Paradise Theatre
Styx Pieces of Eight
Suicide Commando Goddestruktor
Suicide Commando Axis of Evil
System of a Down Hypnotize
Talking Heads Speaking in Tongues
The B-52s The B-52's
The Chameleons In Shreds
The Creatures Anima Animus
The Doors An American Prayer
The Doors Morrison Hotel
The Doors Waiting for the Sun
The Passions Sanctuary
The Residents Commercial Album
The Residents Icky Flix
The Residents The Third Reich 'n Roll
The Smiths The Queen Is Dead
The Smiths Meat Is Murder
The Sound All Fall Down
The Sound Will And Testament
The Specials Specials
The Specials More Specials
The Stooges The Stooges
Them Are Us Too Remain
Them Are Us Too Amends
Tomahawk Mit Gas
Tones on Tail Tones on Tail
Tricky False Idols
Turquoise Days Further Strategies
Turquoise Days Alternative Strategies
Two Door Cinema Club Tourist History
Various Artists Covered In Darkness
Velvet Acid Christ Fun With Knives
Ville Kallio Cruelty Squad - Soundtrack
Volkor X DESYNC (Original Soundtrack, Vol​.​2)
Von Hohenheim Silicon Soul
Waveland & Red City Noise Void And Meddler - Demo
Waveland & Red City Noise Lost in a night loop
Xentrifuge In A Shattered Mirror
yelworC Trinity
Yendri Bitter
Zanias Unearthed
Zanias Extinction
Zwaremachine Be A Light
Zwaremachine Conquest 3000
Zwaremachine Be A Light (Special Edition)
Zwaremachine Ripping At The Fabric

3.5 great
0edit Deus Ex: Breach
3TEETH Metawar
Not enough love for Altaer or Blackout - a quintesential couple of industrial anthems, Lex's vocals are on another level of grandiose drama on these ones. Lyrics can be slightly over the top, but 3TEETH continued to speak the hard truths, felt many songs to my gut. Some tracks do gain good advantage of that guitar driven sound, especially AFFLUENZA, which is a very strong start to an album plus the whole cyberpunk atmosphere is top-notch, but yeah, after a while you can't shake the feeling that even collabs with Ho99o9 are better suited for 3TEETH's sound than such nu metal-induced approach. Nevertheless, this LP has some redeeming qualities about it and still an essential listen for any thinking man. I also highly recommend Matt Hart's remix of American Landfill, which is free on bandcamp - pure industrial-coated EBM brilliance.
Acumen Nation The 5ifth Column
Alexander Brandon Deus Ex
Alexander Brandon, Michiel van den Bos Conspiravision: Deus Ex Remixed
Angelfish Angelfish
Angelspit The Product
Angelspit Bang Operative
Anomie Belle Flux
antenne #2
Bile Pot Farmer vol​.​2
This album is a birthday cake dancer of this year. Out of nowhere... Industrial
thrash metal played by possessed decepticons - repetative, but not sluggish. Lyrics are pure
acid nonsense, including the title itself; contrary to the previous album, it's inconsistent
and blurs into conceptual minimalism too much at times, but stupidly entertaining all the
way nonetheless. Some tracks comes with glorious horns from Taxi Driver soundtrack, a couple
of them builds up almost ambient-laden cyberpunk vision, some even feels like sleazy
psychodelic rock as if it's performed by **cked up Daft Punk.
Bile The Copy Machine
Black Plastic Club Grotesque
"Fascinating album with various genres scattered around the corners. It starts off as
techno-EBM'ish darkwave perfomed by a nihilist in a club ("your god is dead - in cash we
trust") to then overshadow your expectations with a psytrance-sounding cyberggedon?!
Regardless of the inconsistency, it's minimalism grows on you. Kevin Grady's demonicly
robotic vocals critises hedonistic society with passive-agressive elegance whilist the
dreamlike middle foreshadows a surreal demise." - "stolen" from my bandcamp.
Buzzcocks Orgasm Addict
Ceramic Animal High End
Chelsea Wolfe Mistake In Parting
Chemlab Burnout at the Hydrogen Bar
Chemlab Burn Out At The Hydrogen Bar (2021 Remaster)
Chiasm In Hiding
Daft Punk Tron: Legacy
Daniel Deluxe Ghostrunner (Original Soundtrack)
Daniel Deluxe Ghostrunner Project HEL
Darkspace Minus One
Dawn Of Ashes Farewell To The Flesh
Dawn Of Ashes Blood of the Titans Remixes
Dawn Of Ashes Genocide Chapters
Dead Can Dance Dead Can Dance
Diorama Pale
Dr. Dre The Chronic
Eozdis Eozdis
Fear Factory Demanufacture
Felt (UK) The Splendour of Fear
Figure Study Figure Study
Front Line Assembly Improvised Electronic Device
Front Line Assembly Wake Up the Coma
Front Line Assembly State of Mind
Front Line Assembly Epitaph
Front Line Assembly Caustic Grip
Gary Numan Intruder
Jason Graves & Rob Abernethy Dead Head Fred (Original Soundtrack)
Jefferson Airplane Surrealistic Pillow
Jesper Kyd Assassin's Creed OST
Jesper Kyd Borderlands OST
"One of the lowest points in their entire career" - Were you, guys, expecting Bohemian
Rhapsody or smth?! Yes, it lacks pissed-off energy of PARADISE, innovation of WTF?! and, of
all things, WWIII, but is a throughly enjoyble listen not being dragged by any
monotomy. Moreover, it constantly tries to spice things up with it's sound - many modern
KMFDM albums severely needed it. Yes, it strives from industrial too much (come on,
KMFDM have been doing that on 85 % of their LPs), but, most of all, it presents strong song-
writing diversity with punchy mastering, albeit by rehearshing certain ideas from Nihil,
Adios, Symbols & even UAIOE. Lyrics are still englufed with sharp-wit counterculture.
Current guitarist unleashes sonic powerhouse, he can play in different styles depening on a
song. Some tracks symbolically reflects the HYENA title with vaudeville aesthetics. Genre-
juggling is insane. From funky hip-hop & 80's punk to electro-industrial & DUB. The main
downfall of this album is reusing the same tried-tasted tropes of these various genres, not
to mention that most of them have already been explored on the afformentioned releases. IN
DUB WE TRUST, for example, is basically a DUB version of Trust from Nihil. The title track
is reminiscent to the Symbols song-writing. Reggae/Dub-alike overtones are from UAIOE and
Adios. Even the starting sample was taken from Skold Vs KMFDM.

*Some of these things i've wrote on bandcamp, so there is no plagiarism.
KMFDM Paradise
Kontravoid Too Deep
Lebanon Hanover The World Is Getting Colder
Ludovico Technique Some Things Are Beyond Therapy
Masafumi Takada Killer7 (2018 Remastered Original Soundtrack)
Massive Ego Beautiful Suicide
Massive Ego Church For The Malfunctioned
Mick Gordon Doom OST
Ministry The Land of Rape and Honey
Minuit Machine Blue Moon
Minuit Machine Live & Destroy
Molly Nilsson Extreme
Nero Bellum The Voice Of Your Blood Cries To Me From The Soil
Nico The Marble Index
Night Club Die Die Lullaby
Night Club Scary World
Noise Unit Cheeba City Blues
Not My God Not My God
Numb Christmeister
Poptone Poptone
"It's not the 1st time Daniel Ash reimagined his past music endeavors. He quite expertly used contemporary electronics, Stripped was my favorite example of that. But Poptone teleports you right into his sound roots for nostalgic euforia. So mesmerizing to hear these dearest to my ear songs being neatly enhanced & performed by new team, incl. David Haskin's daughter. Studio version of Slice of Life is a great surprise, since Ash performed it under Tones On Tail umbrella only live in 1984." - "stolen" from my bandcamp.
Power Glove Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon Soundtrack
Psyclon Nine [Order of the Shadow: Act I]
Psyclon Nine [Disorder: The Shadow Sessions]
Queen The Game
SDH Tell Them
Skold Skold
SKYMELT Black Future '88 OST
Slave's Mask Faustian Electronics & Bruise Poetry
Slipknot All Hope Is Gone
Soft Cell Cruelty Without Beauty
Soft Cell Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret
Soundtrack (Film) Heavy Metal 2000
Soundtrack (Film) Mortal Kombat
Soundtrack (Video Game) WET OST
Soundtrack (Video Game) Need For Speed: Most Wanted
Soundtrack (Video Game) Catherine
Soundtrack (Video Game) Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker - Original Soundtra
Soundtrack (Video Game) Pachislot Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater OST
Styx The Mission
Suicide Commando Bind, Torture, Kill
Terra Tenebrosa The Tunnels
The B-52s Whammy!
The Cardigans Gran Turismo
The Passions Thirty Thousand Feet Over China
The Passions Michael and Miranda
The Sound Heads & Hearts
The Sound Thunder Up
The Sound Shock of Daylight
Tommy Gustafsson Huntdown Soundtrack
Two Feathers Aragami (Original Soundtrack)
Various Artists For The Masses
Various Artists Borderlands OST
Various Artists New Dark Age, A Tribute to The Sound
Various Artists (Industrial) T3RM1N8T0R
Various Artists (Post-Punk) New Dark Age, A Tribute to The Sound
Void Stasis Ruins
Xentrifuge Desensitized Parallels
Zanias Into The All

3.0 good
3TEETH Guns Akimbo
Anomie Belle Sleeping Patterns
Black Light Burns Cover Your Heart and the Anvil Pants Odyssey
Black Plastic Stop the World
Black Plastic Black Plastic
Brian Reitzell Watch Dogs (Original Game Soundtrack)
There are some good tracks on this one, but unfortunately the official release is severely
shorted. Most of the essential stuff didn't found it's way on here. Moreover, some unused
tracks for the game are outstanding too. Another epic fail is the absence of "Waiting For
A Sign" by Scratch Massive, which was heavily exploited in game's trailers to the point of
associating with it.
Cabaret Voltaire Shadow Of Fear
Chelsea Wolfe The Grime And The Glow
Chemlab Oxidizer
Chemlab Magnetic Field Remixes + 10 Ton Pressure
Chiasm Disorder
Chiasm Mice On A Wheel EP
Coil The Unreleased Themes For Hellraiser
Cult Club Play with Lies
Daft Punk Homework
Daft Punk Human After All
Daft Punk Discovery
Daniel Ash Freedom I Love
Daniel Ash Coming Down
Daniel Deluxe Corruptor
Daniel Licht Dishonored (Original Game Soundtrack)
Daniel Licht Dishonored 2: Original Game Soundtrack
Daniel Licht Silent Hill: Downpour Original Soundtrack
David Bowie Earthling
David Bowie Young Americans
Dawn Of Ashes In The Acts of Violence
Dawn Of Ashes The Crypt Injection
Dawn Of Ashes Origin of the Ashes
Dawn Of Ashes Sacred Fever
Dead Animal Assembly Plant Old Fashion Hellfire
Dead Can Dance Dionysus
Depeche Mode Exciter
Depeche Mode Spirit
Excessive Force Conquer Your World
Excessive Force Gentle Death
Figure Study Lesson One
Front Line Assembly The Initial Command
Front Line Assembly AirMech
Front Line Assembly Gashed Senses & Crossfire
Glass Candy B/E/A/T/B/O/X
Glass Candy Warm In The Winter
Hocico HyperViolent
I am not even sure what Hocico intended to do. There are really excellent singles you expect from them like Broken Empires, Weapons of Resistance or Backstabbers, but they are mostly mixed with dark ambient water throughout. Drinkable water, mind you.
Institute For The Criminally Insane Gekippt
"Mostly it's unintrusive like ambient EBM with some industrial effects here & there akin to
the first Front Line Assembly albums. Psychic health crippling movie/crime documentary
samples alongside with horrifying maniac insights will remind you of the band's name -
perfect music for stalking someone in Detroit. Thou' the last track is overly long rhythmic
noise. Savagly brilliant Der Mussolini cover & Slasher are out of place for the rest of the
album, but will surve well in your dantist visits." - "stolen" from my bandcamp.
Jason Garner & Vince de Vera Invisible, Inc. Soundtrack
Jesper Kyd Kane & Lynch: Dead Men (Limited Edition Soundtrack
Joy Division Substance
Justice Woman
KMFDM Hau Ruck
Kontravoid Faceless
Magazine No Thyself
Marilyn Manson We Are Chaos
Marilyn Manson God's Gonna Cut You Down
MATT HART Anthology Of Corrosion
Mick Gordon Wolfenstein: The New Order OST
Minuit Machine Basic Needs
Solid EP, but less interesting than the previous one in so many ways. "Don't Run From The Fire" had striking thoughts - it helps you to accept yourself via pretty effective blend of punchy EBM with distinct vocal messages. This one just plays it safe, not trying hard enough to resonate with you through deep worries or high octane danse macabre tunes (it's rhythm is casual for dark clubbing if compared to DRFTF; melodies lacks extra weight).
Nero Bellum NFRNº
Nico Chelsea Girl
Niels Bye Nielsen HITMAN - Original Soundtrack
Night Club Requiem for Romance
One-Eyed Doll Witches
Phantogram Eyelid Movies
PIG Drugged Dangerous & Damned
PIG Plato's Reality Machine - Original Soundtrack
PIG Black Mass
Poe Haunted
Priest Body Machine
Priest Cyberhead
Psyclon Nine Versions: Icon Of The Adversary Remixed
Queen Hot Space
Queen The Works
Sally Dige Holding On
"Sally Jrgensen has the right head on top of her shoulders. Her music clips are some of the most effective DIY i've ever seen. At first this album seemed too homogeneous to me due to overreliance on drum machines, but they actually help to reinforce the meaningful lyrics this way. Texts are interplayed with thoughtful messages in need of repetition to sink in, though at times they are too minimalistic. Nevertheless, it's a very charming everyday melancholy, strongly mimicking 80's production." - "stolen" from my bandcamp.
Sally Dige Hard to Please
Simon Viklund Overkill B-Sides
Skold The Undoing
Skold Anomie
Skold Tonight
Skold Neverland (Promo)
Soft Cell The Bedsit Tapes
Soft Cell Non-Stop Ecstatic Dancing
Soundtrack (Video Game) Cyberpunk 2077: Radio, Vol. 1
Soundtrack (Video Game) Othercide (Original Game Soundtrack)
Soundtrack (Video Game) Othercide (Instrumental Version)
Soundtrack (Video Game) Metal Gear Solid V (Original Soundtrack)
Soundtrack (Video Game) Splinter Cell Blacklist (Original Game Soundtrack)
Soundtrack (Video Game) Dishonored Original Game Soundtrack
Soundtrack (Video Game) Metal Gear Solid Portable Ops Original Soundtrack
Street Fever ENCHA​Î​NÉ
Street Fever Afflictions EP
Styx Styx II
T. Rex Dandy in the Underworld
The B-52s Funplex
The Comsat Angels Waiting for a Miracle
The Residents Eskimo
The Residents Satisfaction / Loser≅Weed
The Servant The Servant
The Sound Propaganda
The Sound Physical World
The Sound Korova Demos 80-81 (Bootleg with one unused track)
Tomahawk Tonic Immobility
Tones on Tail There's Only One
Two Feathers Aragami: Nightfall (Original Soundtrack)
Various Artists After Dark 2
Various Artists (Electronic) Cyberwave 86

2.5 average
Amon Tobin Chaos Theory Remixed
Atari Teenage Riot 1995
Ceramic Animal Sweet Unknown
Cyberaktif Tenebrae Vision
Darkthrone Transilvanian Hunger
Depeche Mode Delta Machine
Depeche Mode Sounds Of The Universe
Depeche Mode Speak & Spell
ESC (Eden Synthetic Corps) The Encyclopedia Of Black Sheep
Front Line Assembly Mechanical Soul
Garbage No Gods No Masters
Garbage Strange Little Birds
Harry Gregson-Williams Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots
Justice Audio, Video, Disco
Jyrki 69 American Vampire
"Aside from Last Dance in collaboration with Not My God the whole album seems too safe & stale for me. I think Jyrki is not willing to go beyond a naked concept for each song. He is amazing as a gothic vocalist thou', but i digress. Despite this track being a draft too with somewhat nonsensical lyrics & abrubt ending NMG are using their SIMULACRA tools to, once again, synthesize that atmospheric EBM with methodical synths, making it sinister with otherworldly glitch effects. Plus Skold's doomed voice adds up for death fetishism." - "stolen" from my bandcamp.
Karel Antonin Dex - Soundtrack
Kavinsky Reborn
I agree with unlog1c, eventhough his mark is harsh. The production overall makes it's a competent album - no doubt, but it doesn't saves it from being annoying to get through. Even the solid material suffers from poorely thought-out runtime or the lack of composing complexity. Most of the worthy tracks are in the 2nd half, and "most" is a strong world in that case - just about 2 or 3 of them. The dream pop sound is too dull. What's mind-buggling is the satirical context of it on some occasions which is still ruined by that all-over-the-place approach. Seems like this album can't decide whether it's trying to be synthwave, glam rock or true to the 80's synth-pop at once. So many collaborations with other artists are making this creative disonnance worse. Besides, there's almost no story with immersive rsamples, which were supposed to soak you into Kavinsky's lyrical hero. The only thing that saves it somewhat for me is Zenith. That track is a nuclear bomb. Outstanding interplay between female vocals on top of male's while being both processed through a vocoder, with an engrossing sythwave rhytm-section, touching poetry about death of nostalgia (as i see it) and a classy saxophone to to strengthen the style. Why the whole album can't reach such height?!
Kevin Balke Black Ice: Level One
Ludvig Forssell Metal Gear Solid V OST The Lost Tapes
Marilyn Manson Heaven Upside Down
After a finally worthy album since Holy Wood he came up with another copy of the past self concurrently trying with that insipid death pop, which irks me to no end.
Marilyn Manson Eat Me, Drink Me
Marilyn Manson The Golden Age of Grotesque
Marilyn Manson Smells Like Children
Morphine Yes
PIG Candy
PIG The Gospel
Poe Hello
Queen Flash Gordon
She Wants Revenge Valleyheart
Skold Suck
Soft Cell Happiness Not Included
Soundtrack (Video Game) Splinter Cell: Conviction - Original Soundtrack
The Doors The Soft Parade
When Robby Krieger, the band's guitar player, took the wheel - because Jim Morrison was too drunk, i guess - they went all-out commercial with this one. Aside from 2 Jim's songs like "The Soft Parade" (the best song by The Doors btw) or "Shaman's Blues" the whole thing isn't bad, but just so forgettable, like an ordinary Phil Collins LP.
The Servant How to Destroy a Relationship
Two Feathers Aragami 2 Original Soundtrack

2.0 poor
Marilyn Manson The High End of Low
Marilyn Manson Born Villain
Sexual Harrassment I Need A Freak (2021 Remaster with bonus tracks)
Skillet Comatose
Soundtrack (Video Game) Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days Official Game Soundtrack
Zanias To the Core Remixes

1.5 very poor
Eminem Revival
Soundtrack (Video Game) Resident Evil 6 Original Soundtrack
Various Artists (Electronic) ENCHA​Î​NÉ MODE VOL. 1

1.0 awful
Skillet Unleashed
Skillet Invincible

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