Frontline Assembly* ‎– Everything Must Perish

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Metropolis ‎– MET 223
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CD, Single
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1 Everything Must Perish 6:20
2 Everything Must Perish (Radio Edit) 4:21
3 Providence
Vocals – Jenifer McLaren
9:22

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Art + Design @ Hourglass.
Created @ Cryogenic Studio.
Mastered @ Bernie Grundman S.
Mixed and engineered @ Hipposonic Studio.
Published by Cryogenics / NettSongs.

© & ℗ 2001 Metropolis Records

Packaging: standard jewel case. 4 page booklet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 82388 02232 3
  • Matrix / Runout: 8458 MET80223 M10718-09 A
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L806
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 2F55
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 2F53

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tripleaardvark

tripleaardvark

July 19, 2013

Providence is easily one of the best Bill Leeb recordings of all time. How did this end up a B-side on a half-hearted single? It should have been a feature on a Delerium album. The bassline is a little harder than typical Delerium fare, but it's tempered by Jenifer McLaren's operatic vocals. Leeb has stated in the past that he sometimes has trouble deciding whether a certain song goes on a FLA album, versus Noise Unit or some other side project. That's probably what happened to this forgotten masterpiece.
grantcorp

grantcorp

March 2, 2004

Although the title track is ok, it is "Providence" that is the star of this release. However, it deserves a better fate than being the forgotten B-side on a single like this. The style is not similar to the "Everything Must Perish"-material and in fact not in the veins of FLA at all. This belongs better with the songs released under the name Delerium. Although the music itself is a little bit harder than your average uplifting Delerium-track, I find it confusing that they would choose to release it under this name, perhaps it has something to do with contracts or legal rights, what do I know. As for the title track of this single there is only an additional radio edit on offer, making the genuine FLA-content rather spartan on this cd.