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Desc:A quantum leap forward
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Tags:industrial, electro, Synth, FLA
Submitted:Jimmy Labatt
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Modern Angel - 2007-06-30
A hojillion years later and this is STILL the definitive industrial album in terms of production and mixing
StanleyPain - 2007-06-30
I would have to agree. Tactical Neural Implant pretty much ended industrial music for me. After that, nothing could quite match it to my satisfaction, which probably sounds arrogant, but I don't mean it that way. Just in terms of how it seemed to mark an end (at least, for a time) to industrial music where the artists had a passion for the sounds and music itself as opposed to just being sp00ky guys on an album cover somewhere.

Modern Angel - 2007-06-30
There's still good stuff out there but you have to dig since everyone sounds like shitty Suicide Commando retreads now. FLA released their strongest album in a decade last year, The Strand is amazing, there's some decent rhythmic noise out there... but this album... not single even average track on it. Everything's top notch. And, like I said, the production and mixing still hasn't been matched.

Jimmy Labatt - 2007-07-01
Yeah Tactical Neural Implant is one of my favourite albums, but come on how many times are they going to remix The Blade

EvilHomer - 2007-06-30
I prefer Delerium myself, but FLA is still good for at least ten stars.
Stopheles - 2007-06-30
Though they played this when I saw them a few months ago in NYC, Bill Leeb was such a beer-drunk douchebag that it made the show less than the 5-star show it could have been.

It got kinda hard to process the flip-flop between his Stephen-Mallinder voice during the songs and his rants between every song, which basically boiled down to "Fuck YEAH!!! We're gonna PARTY TONIGHT!! You guys wanna get DRUNK at the AFTERPARTY?!??? The sound here SUCKS and New York's too fucking EXPENSIVE!!!"
Testicles of Doom - 2007-07-01
This was one of the last truly incredible industrial albums, but I think that FLA albums (read: not remix collections) are all pretty decent.
King of Balls - 2008-10-21
This album directly influenced my signing up for the Robocop branch of the Pittsfield Police Department.
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