Meat Beat Manifesto ‎– Satyricon

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61395-2, 9 61395-2 Meat Beat Manifesto Satyricon(CD, Album) Mute, Mute 61395-2, 9 61395-2 US 1992 Sell This Version
9 61395-2 Meat Beat Manifesto Satyricon(CD, Album) Mute 9 61395-2 Canada 1992 Sell This Version
BIAS 202 CD, 450.0202.20 Meat Beat Manifesto Satyricon(CD, Album) Play It Again Sam Records, Play It Again Sam Records BIAS 202 CD, 450.0202.20 Belgium 1992 Sell This Version
ALCB-638 Meat Beat Manifesto Satyricon(CD, Album) Play It Again Sam Records ALCB-638 Japan 1992 Sell This Version
BIAS 202 CD Meat Beat Manifesto Satyricon(CD, Album, Promo) Play It Again Sam Records BIAS 202 CD Belgium 1992 Sell This Version
BIAS 202 MC Meat Beat Manifesto Satyricon(Cass, Album) Play It Again Sam Records BIAS 202 MC Netherlands 1992 Sell This Version
61395-4 Meat Beat Manifesto Satyricon(Cass, Album, Promo, SR) Mute 61395-4 US 1992 Sell This Version
9 61395-4, 61395-4 Meat Beat Manifesto Satyricon(Cass, Album, SR,) Mute, Play It Again Sam Records 9 61395-4, 61395-4 US 1992 Sell This Version
9 61395-4, 61395-4 Meat Beat Manifesto Satyricon(Cass, Album, Whi) Mute, Mute 9 61395-4, 61395-4 US 1992 Sell This Version
BIAS 202, 08-031235-20 Meat Beat Manifesto Satyricon(LP, Album) Play It Again Sam Records, Play It Again Sam Records BIAS 202, 08-031235-20 Belgium 1992 Sell This Version
BIAS 202 X, 450.0202.18 Meat Beat Manifesto Satyricon(LP, Album + 12" + Ltd) Play It Again Sam Records, Play It Again Sam Records BIAS 202 X, 450.0202.18 Belgium 1992 Sell This Version

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CRUSHTRASH

CRUSHTRASH

March 21, 2018
referencing Satyricon, LP, Album, BIAS 202, 08-031235-20
LP inner credits additional drums on " Your Mind Belongs to the State", which isn't on the vinyl version!
8Eightcoins8

8Eightcoins8

January 28, 2018
referencing Satyricon, CD, Album, 61395-2, 9 61395-2
I wish they repressed that as double LP with correct Tracklist order.
Bottin1995

Bottin1995

March 24, 2016
referencing Satyricon, CD, Album, 61395-2, 9 61395-2
This album is a message to humanity. Best MBM album and very different than all the others IMO.
DoctorWhat

DoctorWhat

October 24, 2011
edited over 7 years ago
referencing Satyricon, CD, Album, 61395-2, 9 61395-2
So many kind words to Mr. Dangers and nothing about the second half of the "Satyricon" that is also a solid part of "99%" with "Subliminal Sandwich's" crew - Jonny Stephens. The lightest things that are smoothing the sharpness in this stuff are coming direct from this man, and that can be clearly seen in this album. He is a very talented music producer who formed a special mood in MBM in the early nineties and it just touched the sound formation too. So, if You would like to find the confirmation of my words, then check out Fire Escape or Hayato Mizuta's Shelter (truly all that i could found). And after that it is not too difficult to understand all the differences and similarities:) As a MBM listener I really miss that unusually pleasant softness and, maybe, the whole general approach in the creation of Satyricon. But i am sure that after Jonny Stephens's retirement the conception of MBM came back to their roots - with more sharpness, more good solid bits and i would even say with some hidden aggression but nothing that could point on "...My Placebo" or "Circles". May be that was Dangers personal vision of a progress... no resemblances, just onward movements and forward-thinking....
stymulant

stymulant

November 6, 2010
referencing Satyricon, CD, Album, BIAS 202 CD, 450.0202.20

Not so powerful sound like earlier records, but still twisted and full of unusuallity. And the next Danger's concept album: about the man over/under his perception and will... "...I'm the anthropos...". Recommended to listen the text with the music.
thacidisaster

thacidisaster

December 13, 2007
referencing Satyricon, CD, Album, BIAS 202 CD, 450.0202.20
There is something special and important about this album. It is a concept album about society, It's consumption and ability to be influenced by advertising and politics without individual thought. A society of numb, sheep-like creatures who allow ourselves to be controlled without realisation or care that we are programmed. The sample work is second to nothing you have ever heard with pin-point placement between old American TV ads and statements from the general public and fine industrial techno. In terms of techno music, Mr. Jack Dangers is up there in the top three innovators of the past twenty five years and I imagine feels a sense of pride or acheivement with this album. I like most of the stuff MBM have done but this has to be the swan song. After this LP he made darker and weirder and harder but never quite managed to create something quite so perfect as Satyricon. But then, how do you improve on perfection.
Anybody skipping through this LP or not giving it full attention may not see what the fuss is about but this really should be listened to on the headphones or alone to get the full effect. Also, if you are going to get this album on vinyl, make sure you get the double pack as it containd extra tracks which I always saw as part of the main story anyway.
thacidisaster

thacidisaster

June 7, 2007
edited over 11 years ago
referencing Satyricon, CD, Album, 61395-2, 9 61395-2
This has to be the finest work i suppose due to highly creative use of sampling, one after the other to create a highly amusing and satyrical journey that laughs in the face of politics, fashion and normality. A real stab at the monotony of everyday life. 'Do you think we'll ever find intelligent life out there' - 'Who cares'.
Meat Beat's music got darker and weirder after this and the sounds were obviously created on more up-to-date kit, but in terms of artistic ability, creativity and perfection, this is the one without doubt.
andyman5

andyman5

April 4, 2007
edited over 11 years ago
referencing Satyricon, CD, Album, 61395-2, 9 61395-2

Satyricon is Meat Beat Manifesto's opus. Like most MBM records it defies musical pigeonholing. Is is dub? Techno? Industrial? Leftfield? House? It is all of these and none. It flirts with many styles and creates its own vibe and sound. Jack Dangers remains an innovator and this is his highest moment to date.