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Customer Reviews

FLA + Klinik


This is a special album to me. As a longtime fan of FLA and the Klinik, I found this to really blend well together. While Marc Verhaegen did contribute to the follow-up 'Response Frequency', this is the only Noise Unit album that is truly what it was designed to be (FLA meets Klinik). Noise Unit quickly became an outlet for FLA tracks that were either left around or had not fit onto an FLA record, and while those albums were still good, they were really not Noise Unit. There is something wonderful here with 'Grinding Into Emptiness' in it's simplicity and directness. Very old school EBM/Industrial at it's finest.

About Noise Unit

Noise Unit was the name given one of the numerous industrial projects of Bill Leeb and Rhys Fulber, who together also helmed Front Line Assembly, Intermix, and Synaesthesia. The first Noise Unit record, Grinding Into Emptiness, bowed in 1990, followed by Response Frequency. Strategy of Violence appeared in 1995. In 1996, the group issued Decoder; Drill appeared a year later. ~ Jason Ankeny

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