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must have

a must have for those who wish to know what the originals sounded like.

Gashed Senses & Crossfire

This is one of the ORIGINAL industrial albums. This is, without a doubt, one of the best industrial albums of all time.

great dark electronic music I have to agree NOT industrial

In early 80's through present day- any electro music way off center like FLA, Front 242 , Nitzer Ebb (with Skinny Puppy being a slight exclusion)- were labeled Industrial- they were not- even in old computer and music mags that interviewed them they called themselves Cyberpunk music- maybe even electro-terrorists via music! If you want REAL industrial music- one must get music by Throbbing Gristle , early Cabaret Voltaire (Lving Legend , Mix Up) , heck even Premature Ejaculations,early Brighter Death Now,Blackhouse to name a few- but TG are the God-fathers of Industrial. Monte Cazzaza coined the term; "undustrial music for industrial people" was how he called it- this is danceable off center electro music! In my humble opinion- in the "2nd wave" of industrial- even there only one band is worthy of the title- Skinny Puppy. They at least have a touch of the old- but took it to 21st century standards of horror! Severed Heads- always a electro dance 80's sound-not industrial!


Formed: 1986 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Cana

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Front Line Assembly was the best known of the various electronic music projects undertaken by the prolific Vancouver-based duo of Bill Leeb (vocals, synthesizers) and Rhys Fulber (synthesizers, samplers). After working in the mid-'80s under the pseudonym Wilhelm Schroeder with Skinny Puppy, the Austrian-born Leeb formed the industrial/techno-based Front Line Assembly in 1986 with Fulber -- who initially joined on as a studio assistant -- and synth player Michael Balch. After a handful of compilation...
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