Cable Regime

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UK band, active in the field of noise/industrial rock music, active between 1988 and 1997.
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Cable Regime Discography Tracks

Albums

Cable Regime - Life In The House Of The Enemy album art Cable Regime Life In The House Of The Enemy (Album) Permis De Construire Deutschland Germany 1992 Sell This Version
Cable Regime - Kill Lies All album art Cable Regime Kill Lies All (Album) Sentrax UK 1993 Sell This Version
Cable Regime - Brave New World album art Cable Regime Brave New World (Album, EP) Permis De Construire Deutschland Germany 1995 Sell This Version
Cable Regime - Cable Regime album art Cable Regime Cable Regime (Album) Alley Sweeper, Invisible US 2000 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

Cable Regime - Assimilate & Destroy album art Cable Regime Assimilate & Destroy (Maxi, EP) Permis De Construire Deutschland, Permis De Construire Deutschland Germany 1992 Sell This Version
SET 2 T Cable Regime - King Of Beers album art Cable Regime King Of Beers(12") Sentrax SET 2 T UK 1993 Sell This Version
PPP 115 Cable Regime - Dance Trilogy album art Laurent Pernice / Architects Of Unity / Cable Regime Laurent Pernice / Architects Of Unity / Cable Regime - Dance Trilogy(CD, Maxi) Permis De Construire Deutschland PPP 115 Germany 1993 Sell This Version
none Cable Regime - Assimilate & Destroy (Radiomix) album art Cable Regime Assimilate & Destroy (Radiomix)(File, FLAC, Single) Not On Label none UK 2017

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samesdat

samesdat

September 13, 2014
Thank you for this emotional review. I loved Cable Regime from the first album/EP/Maxi (and whole of my life couldn't find the king of beer maxi - what a shame... ) But all "Mortar Compilation", "Mind The Gap" I found and love and Cable Regime is something far from Godflesh, Jesu, ... which I love, too... I 'm now 42, I hold the first CD of Cable Regime I bought in my hand and I think that I better know it than my daughter ... I mean I know every second, every riff of this album ... and I don't know my daughter's friend nowadays...
diefendorf

diefendorf

June 5, 2014
I bought the Assimilate & Destroy cd when it came out and I was rather impressed by this “soundtrack for the ozone hole” as one german paper or music mag called it. After that I bought LIfe in The House Of The Enemy and thought it to be a pretty good record. But it seemed to me a bit too much like a Godflesh cd. The sterile computer drums. Nevertheless the two ultra-long songs were great.
Shortly after that cd I went into a different musical direction and lost sight of the band.
Now almost 15/20 years after the release I remembered the band that with Assimilate & Destroy released a personal musical milestone for me. Especially when I think how many times I programmed my drum computer in those days with the high hats exactly like they did.
Anyway I ordered the two cds Brave New World and Cable Regime feeling rather curious if these “old” pieces of music would be of relevance for me or just some guitar "industrial" (because they don`t have a real drummer) from old times.
They are more relevant than I would have ever believed. I feel rather ashamed for not staying with this band when they still existed. The self-titled cd is a serious work of something like psychedelic wahwah rock or something mixed with the typical cable regime sound. The cd Brave New World is great too showing the direction in which the music will move.
At the end of their band-existence they managed to form a music-style not heard of before and not comparable with the godflesh sound.
Listen to their stuff!

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