Suicide Commando ‎– Chromdioxyde 1

Label:
Dependent Records ‎– Mind 005
Format:
CD, Compilation, Limited Edition, Remastered
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Tracklist

1 Pleasure (Recycled Version) 1:58
2 Where Are You Now? 4:06
3 Rejection 4:29
4 Brain Surgery 3:45
5 The Devil 3:21
6 Shrouds 4:06
7 Body Bag 4:14
8 Close Your Eyes 4:36
9 Never Get Out 5:01
10 Electric Shock 3:26
11 Anorexia Nervosa 3:56
12 Agonize 4:13
13 Down On Your Knees (Slavery Mix) 2:59
14 Untitled 3:44
15 Body Works 3:55
16 Crap 3:32

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Notes

Sub-titled Archiev 88 - 94.

Chromdioxyde 1 is dedicated to all my fans who have been supporting me over the last few years.
Recorded on 4-track between 1988 - 1994.
Our apologies for the poor sound quality of some of the tracks.
Digitally remastered at Prodam '99.

Limited to 3000 copies, released in digipak.

Sources of tracks in chronological order:
4 taken from "This Is Hate" tape ('89).
11, 16 taken from "Crap" tape ('90).
6 taken from "Go To Hell" tape ('90).
10 previously unreleased ('90).
1, 5 taken from "Into The Grave" tape ('91).
12, 13 taken from "Black Flowers" tape ('92).
8 previously unreleased, original version on "Industrial Rape II" tape ('92).
9 previously unreleased, original version on "Black Flowers" tape ('92).
2, 7 taken from "Electro Convulsion Therapy" tape ('93).
15 taken from "Elektrauma 1" CD ('94).
3, 14 previously unreleased ('94).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 4 001617 500323
  • Barcode (Scanned): 4001617500323
  • Matrix / Runout: Sonopress [Logo] Z-6847/ 085-50032 A
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LB 45
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0710
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 8100

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DarkSouljah

DarkSouljah

August 30, 2004
edited over 13 years ago

This is easily one of the greatest compilations, and some of the more incredible industrial, i've ever heard. The best tracks are the instrumentals, which are much more primitive than any other SC material. These ones have a real old school feel to them, and are very simple, but so bloody good. Some of the tracks have vocals, and a cleaner sound (most likely the more recent recordings). At times, these tracks are reminiscent of VAC, which is disappointing. For the most part, the songs are shorter here, but this album is so bloody outstanding, that 16 tracks are still not enough. This is like the "Over and Out" of old school industrial: brilliant compositions and varying sounds - all within one recording (or, in this case, one release). Easily one of my favourites.