Combichrist ‎– Everybody Hates You

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This S*it Will Fcuk You Up 4:45
Enjoy The Abuse 5:14
Today I Woke To The Rain Of Blood 5:45
I'm Happy Anyway 5:11
Blut Royale 5:33
Who's Your Daddy, Snakegirl? 6:23
Feed Your Anger 4:50
God Bless 4:28
Happy Fcuking Birthday 4:47
This Is My Rifle 4:58
Like To Thank My Buddies 6:18
Lying Sack Of S*it 5:01
Without Emotions 4:40
The Undertaker 4:50
Red Signal 5:36
Wreckage 5:54
Rubber Toy 5:28
Below 7:22
Fever 4:49
Beneath Every Depth 7:59
The Corps Under My Bed 7:01
Long Gone 7:44

Versions (8)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
OUT 176 | 177, OUT 176, OUT 177 Combichrist Everybody Hates You(CD, Album + CD + Ltd) Out Of Line, Out Of Line, Out Of Line OUT 176 | 177, OUT 176, OUT 177 Germany 2005 Sell This Version
none Combichrist Everybody Hates You(13xFile, AAC, Album, 128) Out Of Line none US 2005
MET 364D Combichrist Everybody Hates You(13xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Metropolis MET 364D US 2005
OUT 176 Combichrist Everybody Hates You(CD, Album) Out Of Line OUT 176 Germany 2005 Sell This Version
MET 364 Combichrist Everybody Hates You(CD, Album) Metropolis MET 364 US 2005 Sell This Version
IROND CD 05-990 Combichrist Everybody Hates You(CD, Album) Irond IROND CD 05-990 Russia 2005 Sell This Version
OUT 176 | 177, OUT 176, OUT 177 Combichrist Everybody Hates You(CD, Album + CD + Ltd) Out Of Line, Out Of Line, Out Of Line OUT 176 | 177, OUT 176, OUT 177 Germany 2005 Sell This Version
OUT 176 Combichrist Everybody Hates You(CD, Album, Promo) Out Of Line OUT 176 Germany 2005 Sell This Version

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Crijevo

Crijevo

November 24, 2006
edited over 10 years ago
referencing Everybody Hates You, CD, Album + CD + Ltd, OUT 176 | 177, OUT 176, OUT 177
This is a typical, sickly and utterly irritating example of so-called EBM music for the 21st century someone additionaly adding insult to injury calling it 'Future Pop' or presenting it (god forbid!) with Industrial pretenses - with Combichrist in particular sticking more to their image than their music - which is, if we'll put it frankly a miserable clone of already out-there clone copycats that capitalize on 80s' EBM standards for a whole decade now - mostly those of Front 242 or Nitzer Ebb's. Combichrist certainly do have a moment or two worth giving your body a chance to twitch but there is no materia that will hold it all together, just spineless aims at life's dark matters which seem a ridicule pose - somewhere between dance music's worst and EBM's attempts resulting in some trancy ultra-dance power hybrid. Combichrist is more an apocalyptic version of DJ Bobo, Masterboy or Scooter than some true alternative force for the new age.
FormidDominatus

FormidDominatus

May 4, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
referencing Everybody Hates You, CD, Album, MET 364

Absolutely astounding electro-industrial record. Icon of Coil isn't one of my favorite groups, but the second I heard CombiChrist I was hooked. "The Joy Of Gunz" was good, and I'd anticipated another decent release, but this CD blew my mind. Andy LaPlegua is a master of molding sounds, and he even managed to do it with the already-distinct CombiChrist. Nihilistic lyrics (When there are lyrics at all), crunchy beats, deep, brooding melodies, and thick soundscapes pretty much sum up this record. Not one song on this CD is bad; I never lost my interest. Right now, Andy LaPlegua's masterpiece. We'll see what else he has up his sleeve for this project.
DarkSouljah

DarkSouljah

March 9, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
referencing Everybody Hates You, CD, Album + CD + Ltd, OUT 176 | 177, OUT 176, OUT 177

Some might say this album is pointlessly long. But if you listen to both discs from beginning to end, you see variation within the release. CombiChrist covers several genres here, beginning with hard, aggressive electro/ebm, and then slowly combining noise elements by the end of the first disc. The beginning of the second cd starts with rhythmic noise tracks, and ends with long ambient industrial songs.

A good aspect of Everybody Hates You is that not every track has vocals. As seen with Icon of Coil, Andy LaPlegua isn't the best when it comes to writing english lyrics. Thus it is welcomed that some tracks just use sampling, or those hilariously cheesy Windows text readers, in place of vocals.

Overall, this is a solid release in the end, though not really deserving of 5 out of 5. The variation in style reminds me somewhat of Noisex's monster, Ignarrogance, in the fact that it almost acts as a compilation of material.