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Gothic Industrial Pop For Every Body

Songs unavailable since it’s initial release in 2001, this music is just as fresh and future-pop remixed as it was upon release when a flurry of college radio stations added it and the song “Torment” featured on the now impossible to find gothic industrial compilation “Counterbalance”. Musically, the songs are classical in their melodic progression with very upbeat EBM rhythm tracks that make this the most listenable electronic dance music. It’s only a matter of time until this very accessible style of dance music is heard beyond just the trend setting college radio and worldwide Goth club circuits which retain the an incredibly wide demographic audience of age from 15-60 years old playing bands like VNV Nation, Covenant, Assemblage 23,and HexRx. It’s already spilling into Hollywood soundtracks & gaming soundtracks. This “Redux” was releases to quell the flood of requests to the artist whose record label could no longer produce to meet the demand. Their Latest release “Eviscerate” CD is also fantastic!

Amazing album, best ebm artist out there.

This debut album from Charles is the echelon of what EBM can be when done right. Deeply personal and most frequently somber lyrics that don't result to predictable rhyming schemes, memorable synth melodies, pulsing basslines, and a couple ballads that go beyond music that you can dance to. As most know, Charles has a working relatinship with Tom Shear (Assemblage 23) that is most certainly noticeable in the musics overall sound and construction, but that shouldn't be misconcieved as overly important as if you listen to the Lost Signals first release, the 'Command EP', 4 of it's 5 tracks ended up being included on the 2001 release of this debut full-length album. Personally this album and his second album, Eviscerate, are my two favorite EBM albums of all time, beating out the massive discographies of VNV, A23, DoD, etc.

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