Sonic Subjunkies ‎– Molotov Lounge

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Iris Light Records ‎– i-light 012CD
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1 Intro
Written-By – Rob Marvin
1:20
2 Welcome To Central Industrial 4:11
3 Das Elektrophon 6:21
4 Suicide Box 3:29
5 Do You Even Know Who You Are? 6:52
6 Statement 2:20
7 Your Friend The Machine 5:24
8 Live From Jonestown 5:29
9 Destroy 4:31
10 12.000 RPM 4:57
11 Railton Road Blues 5:33

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  • Producer, Written-By, Programmed ByThaddi*

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The insert booklet features 12 possible front cover designs.

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kamikaze_deadboy

kamikaze_deadboy

September 8, 2015
As been one of the first projects to defect from Digital Hardcore Recordings this is by far the more concentrated, more thought out version of Sonic Subjunkies, as this drops off as the final release by the "duo" (it is noted Thaddi took full production over this album) and it is a absolute cracker. Combining parts of jungle, Industrial, hip hop and metal into its release the album starts with "Intro" which samples Inspector Gadget(!) before moving into a remade version of one of their earlier tracks which is "welcome to Central Industrial". this track perfectly sets up the theme for album, which explores a kinda cyberpunk dystopian future. further on the release live favorite "Destroy" gets added to the mix, which is a molotov of tough metal fused with pulp fiction dialogue and drum n bass. as with a lot of the DHR crew's work a lot samples are taken from classical Manga Video releases, as shown in the holds barred "Do you even who you are?" (Ghost in the shell) and "12.000 RPMs" (Akira) but also there is unique samples in there from films i'm yet to discover. Overall a splendid release and by far better than anything they had released prior to defecting to Iris Light. 10/10.
auroranoise

auroranoise

March 6, 2007
edited over 7 years ago
This is probably my favorite SSJ release. It's much darker than the earlier DHR releases, and it sounds like Thaddi really put a lot of time and energy into it. A lot of tracks seem to have a lot more structure, but the raw energy from the early DHR days is still there.