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Out Of Line ‎– OUT 108
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1 Dementia 5:40
2 Pissed Off 5:41
3 Mental Torture 5:50
4 Anticristianos 5:49
5 Humid Dreams 4:36
6 Infernus 5:07
7 Spy Eye 5:15
8 Incubos 7:27
9 Under The Silence 6:46
10 Lamb's Creed 5:40
11 Lanif 1:13
20 Untitled 1:32

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℗ + © 2003 Out Of Line

Produced, recorded and mixed at Liquido Labs between Nov '02 and Mar '03 for Out Of Line.

Tracks 12 to 19 are 8 seconds of silence each.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 4 001617 394021
  • Matrix / Runout: 14818 CD OUT108
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L621
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1G02
  • Label Code: LC 2947


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May 6, 2015
Honestly, this album literally starts to break down my mental faculties. Really start to feel this disconnection forming in my head between various parts of the brain. Dunno whether you would consider that a positive or a negative. Listen with caution :P

October 14, 2007
After hearing the hype about this project I finally gave this one a listen and I wasn't overly impressed. I love Hocico but I found this album to be a mix of that project and then some Hardcore Converter sounding tracks mixed in. Doesn't flow well at all. I do love a couple tracks on here though, like Humid Dreams, but overall it doesn't seemed as focused as thier main project. Nothing to ignor though.


May 4, 2004

anyone into darkcore/noisecore or other forms of gabber that are more industrial will like this cd. this cd is the perfect transition of Hardcore and Industrial... making comparison with Somatic is nice, since they are a mark in both the Gabber and the Industrial scene. A good cd, it is worth a good listen. Altough not as abrasive and destructive as many Hardcore productions, it does have a good construction and it's beautifully done. I recomend it. :)


February 2, 2004

Racso Agroyam has outdone himself with this release. Although I thought the harsh EBM tracks would have been better off being used for his mainproject Hocico they work very well here as well. Tracks 2 and 5 will work any industrial club's dance floor quite well.