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Album Review

A welcome change from the band's earlier industrial pastiche, Pitchshifter's Infotainment integrated staccato drum'n'bass percussion and comprehensible vocals to end up with the best album of the band's pre major-label run. Songs like "(We're Behaving Like) Insects" and "Product Placement" were as loud as ever but instead of the usual post-punk hardcore metal sound, the walls of noise were broken down into small chunks and only detonated within the pockets of proper choruses and hip-hop rhythms. The bad-tempered jungle instrumental "Hangar 84" was the most significant, pointing the way forward to the preposterous but no less convincing peaks of

Customer Reviews

Pre - "dot com"

So this is the last bit of Pitchshifter's harder sound. If you want to see if this is as good as the "dot com" record then my suggestions would be to get the Underachiever (0990 243003 Mix) and the amazing instrumental, "Hangar 84". The whole album sounds good to me but like i said... for "dot com" fans and beyond, those two tracks will be worth your money. Overall, it sounds good. More people need to get into this kind of stuff now. I mean, come one. This is really interesting music. Oh, and iTunes you need to get the Remix War album and Desensitized off of the UK only section and put it on the U.S. iTunes... Please?


Formed: 1989 in Nottingham, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

British band Pitchshifter started out in the late-'80s industrial underground as aggressive social confronters harking back to the early days of British punk and American hardcore (à la the Minutemen and Dead Kennedys). Pitchshifter signed to Earache in 1992, and their first couple releases -- the mini-album Submit (1992) and the full-length Desensitized (1993) -- firmly entrenched them in the industrial underground and brought their music to the attention of American listeners. Pitchshifter's shows...
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