|Immaculate Deception / Pallid Incompetence Nailed To A Tree|
|Album:||Pallid Incompetence Nailed To A Tree||Collection:||General|
|Add Date:||2006-09-03||Pull Date:||2006-11-05||Charts:||RPM/Electronica|
|Week Ending:||29 Oct||22 Oct||24 Sep||10 Sep|
|1.||Nov 14, 2013:||Deathcrush |
Weapons In Space
|4.||Sep 23, 2006:||beat.net chapter 48.0: "bless the byrd of paradise he's the best dj of them all" |
|2.||Oct 24, 2006:||Mood Swings |
|5.||Sep 04, 2006:||Dark Matter |
|3.||Oct 17, 2006:||Mood Swings |
Industrial dance music from Florida. Heavy and rough, Nine-Inch-Nails-influenced, with a nice added value coming from the twirling electric guitar. A father-son duo that appears to combine its performances with fetish shows (see cover/leaflet). Drum machine, twirling guitar and distorted sound. FCC clean.|
1. Horror movie music leading to a rough distorted piece.
*2. A dark, more interesting, version of many other dance pieces including a drum machine, but more vicious sounding than usual, and with an added grinding guitar.
3. Drum machine, twirling guitar and a distorted voice.
*4. Monotonous and heavy dance music. Basic, but still nice.
*5. Wilder beat, wow-wow loop and Satan voice.
6. A decent Trance piece.
7. From dark Trance to a distorted throbbing industrial piece.
8. Somewhere between EuroPop and Techno. Slow and monotonous.
|1.||Life Of Crime||5.||Weapons In Space|
|3.||Just Can't Stop||7.||Blood Red Sky|