Converter ‎– Expansion Pack 2.0

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Ant-Zen ‎– act 193
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Expansion Pack 2.1
1-01 Subliminal Eye (Lsi) 10:41
1-02 Domination (Lm) 4:59
1-03 Shock Front (Detonated) 4:27
1-04 See Beyond (Remix By Displacer)
Remix – Displacer
4:09
1-05 Stand Beside Him (420 Elevators Remix By Broken Fabiola)
Remix – Broken Fabiola
4:22
1-06 The Experiment 3:36
1-07 Smoke 4:30
1-08 Order / Creature (Remix By Rasputin)
Remix – Rasputin
3:11
1-09 Witch Hunter (Burned Remix By DJ Burn)
Remix – DJ Burn
5:12
1-10 Stand Beside Him (Fyp) 4:45
1-11 Stone Wind 3:35
1-12 Fallen (Lm) 5:31
1-13 Offering (Scorched Remix By Databomb)
Remix – Databomb
4:38
1-14 D.1K.D 5:27
1-15 Witch Hunter (Hanged) 3:48
Expansion Pack 2.2
2-01 Atlantis (1990.Re-Edit) 1:43
2-02 Time Through Windows 5:39
2-03 Invocation Of Lilith 5:55
2-04 Ceremony (Black) 4:38
2-05 Electric Wizard 4:21
2-06 Order / Creature (Remix By Sonar)
Remix – Sonar
3:14
2-07 Monster Death (Lem) 9:32
2-08 Cloud Eye (Remix By Architect)
Remix – Architect
6:48
2-09 Chainreaction 3:00
2-10 See Beyond (Feat. Goddess Kring)
Featuring – Goddess Kring
6:03
2-11 Order / Creature (Lm) 4:14
2-12 Offering 7:04
2-13 Cloud Eye (Remix By Prospero)
Remix – Prospero
4:46
2-14 Stand Beside Him (Power) 3:35
2-15 Coma (Tik Remix) 5:34
2-16 Listen To Converter 0:39

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The expansion contains unreleased material, live tracks and remixes.
Pictures are taken from the book 'Below Zero' by Salt.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
act 193.1 promo Converter Expansion Pack 2.0(2xCD, Promo) Ant-Zen act 193.1 promo Germany 2005 Sell This Version

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AngryIndustrialist

AngryIndustrialist

February 19, 2015

The other review is pretty spot on - "tame" is exactly the word I'd use. I find Architect and Displacer to be pretty boring to begin with, so I wasn't too happy to see them as remixers. Those and the other artists bring the remixes too far into their own territory (rather than adding something unique to Converter's sound), a tendency with remixes I generally dislike, as it causes a lack of coherence among the album as a whole (the worst offender is the Databomb track).

The very last song on the first disc and the first few on the second disc are the best in my opinion, as they include an element of much-needed randomness and ambience to the otherwise (too-) straightforward "power noise" sound here.

July 21, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
Not my favorite Converter release. Most of the remixes are pretty tame with ever repeating loops of the same boring noise sample, but what I do love the most is "Subliminal Eye" and "Monster Death". Yes, "Monster Death" is just a combination of the two tracks 'Monster' and 'Death Time', but they work so well together and there is included a few extra sounds to make it a bit different.
I've heard of a few of the artists doing the remixes on this release and I was fairly disappointed by their efforts, but it is good for a few tracks overall.