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  • Performer: Front Line Assembly
  • Title: Improvised Electronic Device
  • Size MP3 ver: 2057 mb
  • Size FLAC ver: 2593 mb
  • Date of release: 2010
  • Style: EBM, Electro, Industrial
  • Rating: 4.1 of 5
  • Genre: Electronic / Rock
Front Line Assembly - Improvised Electronic Device mp3 flac

Tracklist

Hostage6:57
Release5:21
Pressure Wave4:58
Laws Of Deception5:21
Downfall8:06
Angriff6:43
Shifting Through The Lens (Extended Version)6:06
Stupidity4:15
I. E. D.6:35
Afterlife5:57

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MET 660Front Line Assembly Improvised Electronic Device ‎(CD, Album)MetropolisMET 660US2010
MET 660DFront Line Assembly Improvised Electronic Device ‎(10xFile, FLAC, Album)MetropolisMET 660DUS2010
MET 9660DFront Line Assembly Improvised Electronic Device ‎(12xFile, MP3, Album, Dlx, 320)MetropolisMET 9660DUS2010
mind 160Front Line Assembly Improvised Electronic Device ‎(12xFile, MP3, Album, Dlx, 320)Dependent mind 160Germany2010
MIND 167Front Line Assembly Improvised Electronic Device ‎(CD, Album)Dependent , СоюзMIND 167Russia2010
mind 167, Mind 167Front Line Assembly Improvised Electronic Device ‎(CD, Album)Dependent , Dependent mind 167, Mind 167Germany2010
MET 660Front Line Assembly Improvised Electronic Device ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)Metropolis MET 660Russia2010
MET 660Front Line Assembly Improvised. Electronic. Device. ‎(CDr, Album, Promo)MetropolisMET 660US2010
noneFront Line Assembly Improvised Electronic Device ‎(19xFile, MP3, Album, RE, 256)Artoffact RecordsnoneCanada2014
AOF 180Front Line Assembly Improvised Electronic Device ‎(2x12", Album, RE, TP + 7", S/Edition, TP)Artoffact RecordsAOF 180Canada2014
AOF180Front Line Assembly Improvised Electronic Device ‎(2xLP, Album, RE)Artoffact RecordsAOF180Canada2014
AOF180Front Line Assembly Improvised Electronic Device ‎(2xLP, Album, RE + 7", Ltd + S/Edition)Artoffact RecordsAOF180Canada2014
AOF180Front Line Assembly Improvised Electronic Device ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, Bla + 7", Ltd + S/Edition)Artoffact RecordsAOF180Canada2014
AOF180Front Line Assembly Improvised Electronic Device ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, Blu + 7", Ltd + S/Edition)Artoffact RecordsAOF180Canada2014
AOF180Front Line Assembly Improvised Electronic Device ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, Whi + 7", Ltd + S/Edition)Artoffact RecordsAOF180Canada2014

Album

Front Line Assembly. INgrooves, Believe Music от лица компании Metropolis Records Kobalt Music Publishing, ASCAP, LatinAutor, BMI - Broadcast Music . Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. by Front Line Assembly, released 22 June 2010 1. Angriff 3. Hostage 4. Release 5. Shifting Through The Lens Extended Version 6. Laws of Deception 7. Pressure Wave 8. Afterlife 9. Stupidity featuring Al Jourgensen 10. Downfall Over the past 24 years, Front Line Assembly has become heralded as one of the godfathers of industrial music. Their 1992 album, Tactical Neural Implant is still considered the best of the best in the genre. And as if Front Line Assembly's legacy and namesake alone weren't enough for the album, Al Jougensen from Ministry contributes his vocals to Stupidity. Other Versions. 10 Songs. More by Front Line Assembly. in album Front Line Assembly - Improvised Electronic Device 2010. Front Line Assembly - I. Front Line Assembly - Angriff. Front Line Assembly - Hostage. Front Line Assembly - Release feat. Justin Hagberg. Front Line Assembly - Laws Of Deception. Front Line Assembly - Pressure Wave. Front Line Assembly - Afterlife feat. Listen free to Front Line Assembly Improvised. Angriff and more. 10 tracks 60:15. Front Line Assembly are Bill Leeb vocals, synthesizers and Rhys Fulber synthesizers and samplers, one of many groups formed by the prolific Vancouver, Canada-based duo. After working in the mid-'80s under the pseudonym Wilhelm Schroeder with Skinny Puppy, the Austrian-born Leeb formed the industrialebm-based Front Line Assembly in 1986 with Fulber who initially joined on as a studio assistant and synth player Michael Balch. Improvised Electronic Device is the fourteenth full-length studio album by Vancouver industrial band Front Line Assembly, released in 2010. Improvised Electronic Device was first released in the United States on June 22, 2010 through Metropolis. The album was issued in two different formats: The physical CD includes ten tracks while the digital download. Формируйте собственную. Improvised Electronic Device. Show all albums by Front Line Assembly

Performer

Front Line Assembly. Wake up the Coma. Improvised Electronic Device. Artificial Soldier. Eye on You. Industrial Music for Bondage Balls. Music tagged with. Front Line Assembly Vancouver, British Columbia. Stream us: shows. Jul 26. Aztec Theatre presented by Cricket Wireless. Listen to music from Front Line Assembly like Deadened, Killing Grounds & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Front Line Assembly. Front Line Assembly are Bill Leeb vocals, synthesizers and Rhys Fulber synthesizers and samplers, one of many groups formed by the prolific Vancouver, Canada-based duo. After working in the mid-'80s under the pseudonym Wilhelm Schroeder with Skinny Puppy, the Austrian-born Leeb formed the industrialebm-based Front Line Assembly in 1986 with Fulber who initially joined on as a studio assistant and synth player Michael Balch. Front Line Assembly FLA is a Canadian electro-industrial band formed by Bill Leeb in 1986. We Who Love Front Line Make some publicity for this wonderful group that is strongly reminiscent of Front Line Assembly music and style. The Hand - Velvet Acid Christ. This is not my music. If the artist wishes that I remove it, I will. Song is based on the video game Harvester fS-McqC9g7g. CDAlbum: Front Line Assembly - AirMech Released: 16 Nov 2012 Label: Dependent Records Mixed By, Mastered By - Greg Reely Performer. Front Line Assembly is the best known of the various electronic music projects undertaken by the prolific Vancouver-based duo of Bill Leeb vocals, synthesizers, Rhys Fulber synthesizers, samplers and Michael Balch after Leeb left Skinny Puppy. Front Line Assembly, a Canadian Vancouver-based electro-industrial band, has released sixteen studio albums, three live albums, numerous singles and compilations, and two video game soundtracks. With Bill Leeb being the founder and sole permanent member of the band, Michael Balch, Rhys Fulber and Chris Peterson were acting as long-time members during different periods of time. Retrieved July 17, 2014. Biography by Jason Ankeny. Follow Artist. Canadian industrial rockers combine haunting keyboards, mesmerizing rhythms, and samples to create a dystopian dance factory. Read Full Biography. Overview . Biography . Front line assembly. The Canadian band has been creating and performing music for over three decades and is one of the most popular bands in the genre. This website is dedicated to the band and has everything you need to know about the band. KNOW MORE. Early History of Front Line Assembly. Bill Leeb formed the electro-industrial band in 1986 after he left the industrial group named Skinny Puppy. The latter band was formed in 1982. Many music fans and experts considered the band to be one of the main founders of the music style known as electro-industrial. The concept at first was touse it as. Front Line Assembly was the best known of the various electronic music projects undertaken by the prolific Vancouver-based duo of Bill Leebvocals, synthesizers and Rhys Fulber synthesizers, samplers. After working in the mid-'80s under the pseudonym Wilhelm Schroeder withSkinny Puppy, the Austrian-born Leeb formed the industrialtechno-based Front Line Assembly in 1986 with Fulber - who initially joined onas a studio assistant - and synth player Michael Balch. After a handful of compilation appearances and cassette-only releases, Front LineAssembly issued its first three full-length

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Comments (7)

Modigas
Jeremy Inkel sadly has passed on 13. January 2018. R.I.P.
Skyway
"Shifting Through The Lens", the album's first single released two weeks ago set the bar high and I will tell you that it was the perfect set up for what was to come. Each track on the single explored different concepts and styles very much like this album does. The opening title track is a mindblower! "I.E.D." starts subtle and breaks into a creepy textured smathering of loops and kicks and is just amazing! "Angriff" (also the second track on the single) is probably some of Bill's best writing in years, add a superbly vocalized german chorus with a pulse-pounding guitar thrum and...- oh and by the way the vocals on this album are brilliantly processed in FLA fashion - so many times I caught myself giddy with excitement and actually saying aloud, "wow, that's brilliant!" Now, "Hostage" will be every FLA fanboy's electro dream track - yeah it is. "Release" breaks in to familiar guitar gnashing "Hard-wired" territory. "Shifting Through The Lens" is one of the best and most danceable singles in many years - not unlike "Columbian Necktie" from "FLAvour of the Weak" circa 1997. "Laws of Deception" and "Pressure Wave" wreak more havoc with guitar hits and Leeb's mastery of neurotic vox. Then wack! upside the head come two obligatory and opposing tracks. "Afterlife" is an opus with gorgeous bass lines and omg might I say it beautiful vocals. Now the standout track and for many good reasons. Some fans will be either blatantly ecstatic or loathsome for the fact that Al "Alien" Jourgansen who needs no intro has lended his talents to the track "Stupidity". I for one am impressed with the track. It's pissed off and awesomely devoted to the creators of the defunct and sorely missed "Wax Trax" Label. It does capture the feeling of how industrial music back then really was arguous and honest, not pretentous and copious. It really sends a message to the ruiners of the world today that only Al could ala FLA collab. "Downfall" is like the soundtrack from another planet. Not quite as brilliant (in my opinion) as "Endless Void" the nine minute extravaganza from "Shifting Through The Lens" single, but stands on it's own as the physical cd's closer. The new line up is really strong. Live this will be an eventful show! Let's hope they make it a nice long tour and hit us all with their industrial glory. Thanks guys this album really made me fall in love with the genre all over again. FLA is back!!!
Foiuost
Sure!I have my own feeling of FLA (not EBM-rootted) and i expected something suitable for me. I'll live without IED.
Iseared
I guess it just isn't for some people. I really like this album. And I loved Implode! Synthetic Forms is one of my very favorite FLA tracks. But to each his/her own.
Gaeuney
Totally agree with Irios! I tried this album 3 times and still can't understand all those "WOW"s and "!!!"s. This album is a weakest FLA ever. Sound is too digitally bleak, synths are kinda low-cost vsti factory presets, music has no "multilayered" form (remember Implode?), progressions are lazy and boring...well, enough... IED is an another huge brick in the wall between FLA fans and FLA listeners. P.S. BL had to stop after Civilization IMHO.
Owomed
Here's the thing. I love this stripped down raw Front Line Assembly. It doesn't feel fake or mocked up. Doesn't feel bloated and over produced. It is feels like an album and not a compilation of songs. It's the first FLA in years that I have repeated more than twice and not skipped tracks. The last album I could do that with honestly was "Hard Wired". My first front line album was their first "official" album "Initial Command" it was amazing to me how they used percussive elements and amazing bass lines. His vox were dirgy and dark - and each album after offered different usage of vocal styles. Most people turn to "Tactical Neural Implant" as their definitive album. Sure, it's a high point for industrial music but my pick would have been "Caustic Grip" by far for it's rawness and power. My favorite album will always stand as "Gashed Senses & Crossfire" it has the most repeated listens of any album in their catalog. It just always had my heart won over. It was a cohesive and simple album. I remember I met Michael Balch a few years ago when I saw Haujobb/Hocico he was their board man. We had a great discussion about the album and it was fantastic to get his take on how the record came about - he said they borrowed all the equipment because in essence they were starving and couldn't afford anything. The darkness came through in the songs. Funny thing about the samples - I honestly didn't realize they weren't there until the sample popped up on the final track. I hope I am not sounding too defensive because I honestly am not intending to. There is no way radio here in my city would ever play anything remotely close to this. Thanks for replying I respect your opinion on the record...
Shadowredeemer
I'm almost wondering if we've been listening to two completely different albums.I feel this is their weakest album yet. The sound is not very tight, with fuzzy guitars and percussions being far too dominant in this "new" FLA sound. The album's (generic) basslines bore me, they have no traces of fear and paranoia inducing elements like in all their previous productions. Sure, there are some short segments with old skool FLA-style voice processing, but mainly it's pretty much generic industrial distorted stuff. There are no scary samples from classic sci fi films - and the marvellous ambient background soundscapes are all gone. FLA fans might be excited for finally having a new album to buy/download... but this isn't FLA as I know it. After listening to them for two decades now, I can be pretty sure that this album will not get many plays on my sound system...Can you spell "radio friendly" for me? :)

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