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Damage

by Audio Terrorist

Dark, sexy and brooding, Damage explores vampires and kink using industrial beats and keyboards in a way that is sometimes soothing and at other times jarring. A mini journey into darkness.
Genre: Electronic: Industrial
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1. Night People (lost boys)
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2. Branded (industrial)
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3. You Are In My Vision
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4. Sympathy 89 (extended)
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5. Beyond the Damage (shatter)
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6. Genderfuck (machine)
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7. Transmissions
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Dark, sexy and brooding, Damage explores vampires and kink using industrial beats and keyboards in a way that is sometimes soothing and at other times jarring. A mini journey into darkness.

Originally released in 1994, Damage has been remastered revealing previously hidden textures. The album represented both a new break with the previous 1991-1992 live band arrangement of Audio Terrorist and a return to the earlier experimental industrial recordings. The same jagged beats heard on live recordings such as "Baby Likes" are now sharpened with electronic blades and driven home.

Random trivia: the then unknown punk band Smash Mouth had to be silenced upstairs while the drums for Night People were recorded!


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