Front Line Assembly ‎– Comatose



Comatose (Valium 15mg) 4:33
Comatose (Ketamin 45mg) 6:50
Oblivion (Unreleased) 7:10
Comatose (Prozac 75mg) 7:34

Versions (5)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
O-106, SPV 056-43863 Front Line Assembly Comatose(CD, Single) Off Beat, Off Beat O-106, SPV 056-43863 Germany 1998 Sell This Version
MET086, MET 086 Front Line Assembly Comatose(CD, Maxi) Metropolis, Metropolis MET086, MET 086 US 1998 Sell This Version
none Front Line Assembly Comatose(4xFile, AAC, EP, 128) Metropolis none US 2009
AOF208 Front Line Assembly Comatose(12", Single, Ltd, Luc) Artoffact Records AOF208 Canada 2015 Sell This Version
AOF208 Front Line Assembly Comatose(12", Single, S/Edition, Gre) Artoffact Records AOF208 Canada 2015 Sell This Version


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September 25, 2017
referencing Comatose, CD, Maxi, MET086, MET 086
The usual sturm und dirge from FLA, down 'n' dirty electro-industrial brilliantly produced and possessed of their singular pre-millennium tension. Pretty chugging good stuff, and noteworthy if anything for the (unlikely) Eat Static remix, which relocates old-school industrialism into the Static's patented alien-nation state. Bang on!


February 19, 2004
referencing Comatose, CD, Single, O-106, SPV 056-43863

"Comatose" was one of the most interesting tracks of the album, so I picked up the single to check out the remixes. Not surprisingly I found that I still enjoy the album version the most, although the remixes don't have anything to be ashamed of. The Valium mix is the edited version of the album version, the Ketamin version doesn't differ much either, but Eat Static's remix is an excellent spaced out trip. As for the extra track "Oblivion" it is quite good, but hardly makes this disc a necessity except for the die hard collectors.