Bile ‎– Demonic Electronic

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Bile Style Records ‎– GASM004
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1 The Devils Bile 4:22
2 Legion 3:48
3 Demonic Electronic 3:04
4 Celebrity 5:58
5 Prime Time Loser 5:25
6 Bad Karma 6:08
7 The Hatred Acid 3:33
8 Buried In The Back 2:20
9 Demons 3:32
10 Jerk 9:33
11 No I Don't No 4:57
12 Compound Pressure (Alternate Lyrics Version) 3:35
13 I Reject 2:12
14 Submission (German House Mix)
Remix – KMFDM
6:17
15 Teknowhore 2:24

Credits

  • Bass [Live]R.H. Bear
  • Co-producerSascha Konietzko (tracks: 11 to 15)
  • Guitar [Live]Dave Sussman
  • Vocals, Guitar, Bass, Drums, Keyboards, Programmed By, Written-By, Performer, Producer, Recorded By, Mixed By, Engineer, Mastered By, Executive ProducerKrztoff

Notes

Written, performed, produced, recorded, mixed, engineered and mastered at Distorted World Studios, Wrong Island, N.Y.

Tracks 11-15 are marked as being a limited edition bonus: The KMFDM demo 1993.

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Bile Demonic Electronic(18xFile, MP3, Album, RE, 320) Not On Label none US 2002
none Bile Demonic Electronic(18xFile, FLAC, Album, RE) Bile Style Records none US 2013
UIN 1018 Bile Demonic Electronic(CD, Album, RE) Underground, Inc., Bile Style Records UIN 1018 US 2002 Sell This Version

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DJ_Wr3TCh3D

July 22, 2015

Demonic Electronic is definitely my favorite Bile album, but not this version, the 1st pressing. As a teenager, I never even knew there was 2 versions. The girl who re-introduced them to me had the 2nd pressing, and that's what I got when I ordered all their CD's & DVD back in 2003-2004.

I didn't get the 1st pressing until early 2015. I immediately popped it in when I received it and pressed play. I was so surprised by the production, that I mainly recommend this 1st pressing to die hard fans. The best part about it is the bonus KMFDM demo added on at the end. The 2nd pressings mastering is so much more superior than the original, that it makes it sound like demos. Not that it's bad, or hard to listen to- there's just distinct differences that really add to the weight of the album.

From the very first song, "Devil's Bile," intro you're like, "Woah! That's waaay different, I'm so glad they changed that." And of course this is coming from the perspective of having heard the 2nd pressing's version before the 1st. The difference is so much more noticeable than the different Sex Reflex pressings.

It would be cool if they put up this mastering digitally so fans could listen to/buy it.