Streak | Break Away

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Break Away

by Streak

Industrial-Rock & TV's
Genre: Metal/Punk: Industrial Metal
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1. Dirt Inside (Intro)
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1:53 $0.49
2. Breathe
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3. Fade
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4. Antidote
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5. Beneath
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6. Slightly Murdered
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7. Break Away
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8. Desperate
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9. Faces of Fear
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10. Groovy Booty
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11. Mind Wires
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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From the mind of Chris Dimock, Streak began in 2004, with Paul Aho joining as live electronic drummer in early 2007. Streak's live act blends industrial, rock, TV's and shameless self promotion, like the Beach Boys tripping out on acid, running around in their underwear singing "I Get Around" and shouting "How about a little industrial with your sex?"

Compared to such greats as NIN, 16volt, Gravity Kills and Ministry, Streak blends its own unique version of industrial-rock. Blending aggression and melody, anger and love, Streak puts forth a sense of “orderly chaos”.


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