Decoded Feedback

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Italian-Hungarian electro-industrial duo founded in 1993 and based in Canada.
Since 2018 solo project of Yone Dudas.
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Albums

CLP 9729, CLP9729 Decoded Feedback - Overdosing album art Decoded Feedback Overdosing (Album) Cleopatra, Cleopatra CLP 9729, CLP9729 US 1996 Sell This Version
cd zot 171 Decoded Feedback - Technophoby album art Decoded Feedback Technophoby (Album) Zoth Ommog cd zot 171 Germany 1997 Sell This Version
MET101, MET 101 Decoded Feedback - Bio-Vital album art Decoded Feedback Bio-Vital (Album) Zoth Ommog MET101, MET 101 US 1998 Sell This Version
met 142 Decoded Feedback - EVOlution album art Decoded Feedback EVOlution (Album) Zoth Ommog met 142 US 1999 Sell This Version
met 189 Decoded Feedback - Mechanical Horizon album art Decoded Feedback Mechanical Horizon (Album) Bloodline met 189 US 2000 Sell This Version
OUT 103 Decoded Feedback - Shockwave album art Decoded Feedback Shockwave (Album) Out Of Line OUT 103 Germany 2003 Sell This Version
OUT 198 Decoded Feedback - Combustion album art Decoded Feedback Combustion (Album) Out Of Line OUT 198 Germany 2005 Sell This Version
mind 166 Decoded Feedback - Aftermath album art Decoded Feedback Aftermath (Album) Dependent (2) mind 166 Germany 2010 Sell This Version
MET 761D Decoded Feedback - disKonnekt album art Decoded Feedback disKonnekt (Album) Metropolis MET 761D US 2012 Sell This Version
none Decoded Feedback - Dark Passenger album art Decoded Feedback Dark Passenger (Album) Metropolis none Europe 2016 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

Line CD 025 Decoded Feedback - Reflect In Silence album art Decoded Feedback Reflect In Silence(CD, Maxi) Bloodline Line CD 025 Germany 2000 Sell This Version
OUT 099 Decoded Feedback - Phoenix album art Decoded Feedback Phoenix(CD, EP) Out Of Line OUT 099 Germany 2002 Sell This Version
FACT 3276 Decoded Feedback - Waiting For The Storm album art Decoded Feedback Waiting For The Storm (Single, EP) Infacted Recordings FACT 3276 Germany 2016 Sell This Version

Compilations

OUT 132 | 133, OUT 132, OUT 133 Decoded Feedback - BioMechanic album art Decoded Feedback BioMechanic (Comp) Out Of Line, Out Of Line, Out Of Line OUT 132 | 133, OUT 132, OUT 133 Germany 2004 Sell This Version

Miscellaneous

none Decoded Feedback - Decoded Feedback album art Decoded Feedback Decoded Feedback(Cass) Not On Label (Decoded Feedback Self-released) none Italy 1993 Sell This Version
none Decoded Feedback - Elektroküte album art Decoded Feedback Elektroküte(Cass) Not On Label (Decoded Feedback Self-released) none Italy 1994 Sell This Version

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philoformixx

philoformixx

September 27, 2013
edited over 9 years ago
Combine the music of Synaesthesia and Front 242 with the soundscapes of Vangelis, and what you get is...Decoded Feedback. The last 10 years DF teach the world how EBM/industrial should actually sound (not extremely high tempos, not extreme use of distortion). Before it was Front 242 - the EBM-gurus and the only worthy survivors of the (damned-for 4/4 beat music) '90s ([email protected]#$% drum-machines).
"Shockwave", "Aftermath", and the latest "disKonnekt" are pure masterpieces. From their previous works, only specific tracks stand out imho ("Frozen", "Breathe", "Euthanasia", "Lifeless", "New World", "Bio-Vital", "It's Armageddon", "Fall-Out", and the Clock DVA-like "Passion of Flesh"). "Combustion" (2005) is a bit unexplainable album, but It has an excellent sound production, and some awesome tracks ("Monument", "Reflection Of Sine", "Hyberia"). I consider it as the step that led DF to the brilliant "Aftermath" and "disKonnekt". So, the good news for all is that DF seems to be a group in progress, not in decay.

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