Front Line Assembly ‎– Angriff (Remix)

Label:
Dependent Records ‎– MIND 172, Dependent Records ‎– Mind 172
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CD, EP, Misprint, Limited Edition
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1 Angriff (Radioactive Mix) Front Line Assembly
Mixed By – Greg ReelyRemix – Front Line AssemblyRemix [Credited To] – Leeb*, Inkel*
7:29
2 Attack The Masses
Keyboards [Additional] – Craig Joseph Huxtable*
5:25
3 Angriff (Radio Edit) 4:33
4 Angriff (Mindless Faith Mix)
Remix – Mindless Faith
5:41
5 Der Angriff (Skold Mix)
Remix – Skold*
7:41
6 Freakuency
Mixed By – Greg Reely
7:08
7 Angriff (Mind In A Box Mix)
Remix – Mind In A Box*
7:06
8 Angriff (Project Pitchfork Mix)
Remix – Project Pitchfork
6:42

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Notes

Design and illustration @ Hourglass.

Dependent is a division of Mindbase Strategic Consulting

This edition was released for the European Tour in October, 2010 and it was sold only at the gigs.
This edition has a misprinted tracklist:
01. Angriff (Radioactive Mix by Front Line Assembly)
02. Attack The Masses
03. Angriff (Mindless Faith Mix)
04. Der Angriff (Skold Mix)
05. Freakuency
06. Angriff (Mind In A Box Mix)
07. Angriff (Project Pitchfork Mix)
08. Angriff (Radio Edit)

The actual track list is above.

Made in Germany

Durations taken from CD player.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 042564 119992
  • Matrix / Runout: 54325354/MIND 172 22
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LB47
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0733
  • Label Code: LC 10270
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Other (AL!VE price code): HAP 701

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MIND 172, Mind 172 Front Line Assembly Angriff (Remix)(CD, EP, Ltd) Dependent Records, Dependent Records MIND 172, Mind 172 Germany 2010 Sell This Version
MET 694D Front Line Assembly Angriff [Remix](7xFile, MP3, VBR) Metropolis MET 694D US 2010

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November 8, 2010

Rubbish from one end to the other.
I love the first track tho: it's quite amusing how FLA made a sucky track even more suckier.
Not even MIAB could save this release.
Such a shame.