Chris Liebing / Speedy J ‎– Collabs3000: Metalism



Lego 3:01
Modish Ride 5:07
Triflon 6:12
Hilt 5:16
Tunox 6:56
Acid Trezcore 4:48
Cream 3 7:59
Eventide 6:53
Lava 9:38
Assault 11:47
Trikco (Live) 6:56

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
NOMU160CD Chris Liebing / Speedy J Chris Liebing / Speedy J - Collabs3000: Metalism(CD, Album, Enh) NovaMute NOMU160CD Europe 2005 Sell This Version
NovaMute 3089-2 Chris Liebing / Speedy J Chris Liebing / Speedy J - Collabs 3000 - Metalism(CD, Album) NovaMute NovaMute 3089-2 US 2005 Sell This Version
NOMU160CD Chris Liebing / Speedy J Chris Liebing / Speedy J - Collabs 3000 : Metalism(CDr, Album, Promo) NovaMute NOMU160CD Europe 2005 Sell This Version
NOMU160LP Chris Liebing / Speedy J Chris Liebing / Speedy J - Collabs3000 Metalism(2x12") NovaMute NOMU160LP UK 2005 Sell This Version


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September 30, 2008
referencing Collabs3000: Metalism, CD, Album, Enh, NOMU160CD

Indeed this is harsh stuff. Not original, not ground breaking, despite the fact most of this album would make the Earth's core dissolve. It just rolls over your entire physical appearance, reducing your ego to shreds and crushing your cerebrum like a stray bullet.
While the first three tracks are relatively laid back, actually Lego is an ambient tune, with Hilt you notice the adjacent building has gone out of electricity. By the time you reach either Acid Trezcore or Cream 3, your eighty year old grandmother will be strip dancing while busting a hip around her wooden cane.
Dark ambience will overcome your home with the atmospheric Eventide, while Lava and Assault are two well orchestrated, intense and hard, albeit not too fast or over done numbers, which'll lead you two steps down the ladder closer to Lucifer's chamber.
You get the point. Speedy J and Chris Liebing anno 2005. Hard techno. Survival is not an option, it's a luxury. Dancing is not a matter of choice. It's an obbligation. Do what you're told and succumb. This release is pure power!


August 12, 2007
edited over 11 years ago
referencing Collabs3000 Metalism, 2x12", NOMU160LP

World-war techno of the finest sort. Ruthless, relentless, remorseless. This is the musical equivalent of a 200 meter tall tank moving at a steady pace, crushing everything that stands in it's way, leaving a trail of complete destruction behind. The few doomed lifeforms that survive the three first tracks will be silently wiped out by the grand finale "Assault". Metalism indeed. 5/5