C/A/T | The Prisoner

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The Prisoner

by C/A/T

A hybrid of industrial, power noise and IDM with an overlying theme of living in a totalitarian ruled nightmare.
Genre: Electronic: Industrial
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1. O.peration I.raqi L.iberation
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2. (S)election
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3. Cleared Channel (Corporate Control Mix)
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4. Global Power Elite
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5. Unmutual
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6. Number 6
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7. Reaction (Orange Alert Mix)
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8. Chemical Skies
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9. Liturgy Of The Free
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10. The Prisoner
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11. Litury Of The Free (Burn Mix by Phil Mohr)
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12. Fiebre en la Pasarela (Epidemia vs. C/A/T)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
C/A/T follows up the critically acclaimed "Worldwide Totalitarian Control" EP with his debut full length album "The Prisoner".

After years of compilation appearances and limited issue EP releases, C/A/T has fine tuned his sound and presents 10 tracks of conspiritorial electronic beat-driven music.

Taking the aural and visual aesthetic of the obscure 1960s television show "The Prisoner" one step further, C/A/T creates a unique album that crosses genres but always returns to a rhythmic foundation.

Somber melodies back dance-floor proven rhythms and accusatory and enlightening samples fill the remaining void.

Also features a collaboration between C/A/T and Nein Recordings artist Epidemia.


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