Front Line Assembly ‎– Millennium

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Kat.-Nr. Künstler Titel (Format) Label Kat.-Nr. Land Jahr
RR 9019 2 Front Line Assembly Millennium(CD, Album) Roadrunner Records RR 9019 2 Europe 1994 Diese Version verkaufen
APCY-8191 Front Line Assembly Millennium(CD, Album) Apollon International APCY-8191 Japan 1994 Diese Version verkaufen
RR 9019 2 Front Line Assembly Millennium(CD, Album) Roadrunner Records RR 9019 2 US 1994 Diese Version verkaufen
RR 9019 2 Front Line Assembly Millennium(CD, Album) Roadrunner Records RR 9019 2 Australia 1994 Diese Version verkaufen
RR 9019-2 Front Line Assembly Millennium(CD, Album) Roadrunner Records, Attic RR 9019-2 Canada 1994 Diese Version verkaufen
CCR2 9019 Front Line Assembly Millennium(CD, Album, Club) Attic, Roadrunner Records CCR2 9019 Canada 1994 Diese Version verkaufen
RR 9019-4 Front Line Assembly Millennium(Cass, Album) Roadrunner Records RR 9019-4 US 1994 Diese Version verkaufen
RR 9019-4 Front Line Assembly Millennium(Cass, Album) Roadrunner Records, Attic RR 9019-4 Canada 1994 Diese Version verkaufen
RR 9019-4 Front Line Assembly Millennium(Cass, Album) Roadrunner Records RR 9019-4 Germany 1994 Diese Version verkaufen
RR 9019-4 Front Line Assembly Millennium(Cass, Album) Roadrunner Records RR 9019-4 Malaysia 1994 Diese Version verkaufen
none Front Line Assembly Millennium(Cass, Album, Unofficial) The All Blacks BV (2) none Bulgaria 1994 Diese Version verkaufen
RR 9019-1 Front Line Assembly Millennium(LP, Album) Roadrunner Records RR 9019-1 Europe 1994 Diese Version verkaufen
RR 9019-1 Front Line Assembly Millennium(LP, Album) Roadrunner Records RR 9019-1 US 1994 Diese Version verkaufen
RR PROMO 098 Front Line Assembly Millennium(CD, Album, Promo) Roadrunner Records RR PROMO 098 US 1995 Diese Version verkaufen
INDU 0003 Front Line Assembly Millennium(Cass, Album) Metal Mind Records INDU 0003 Poland 1995 Diese Version verkaufen
none Front Line Assembly Millennium(Cass, Album) Hades Records (3) none Turkey 1995 Diese Version verkaufen
RR 9019 2 Front Line Assembly Millennium(CD, Album, Club, RE) Roadrunner Records RR 9019 2 US 1998 Diese Version verkaufen
UL 98421 Front Line Assembly Millennium(CD, Album, Unofficial) Спюрк UL 98421 Russia 1998 Diese Version verkaufen
MOFR 0298 Front Line Assembly Millennium(CD, Album, RE, Unofficial) Monsters Of Rock MOFR 0298 2002 Diese Version verkaufen
RR 9019 2 Front Line Assembly Millennium(CD, Album, RP) Roadrunner Records RR 9019 2 Europe 2006 Diese Version verkaufen
none Front Line Assembly Millennium(10xFile, AAC, Album, RE, 128) Roadrunner Records none US 2007
MASS CD DG 1036 Front Line Assembly Millennium(CD, Album + CD, Comp + Ltd, Num, RE, RM) Metal Mind Productions MASS CD DG 1036 Poland 2007 Diese Version verkaufen
RR 9019 2 Front Line Assembly Millennium(CD, Album, RE) Roadrunner Records RR 9019 2 Europe Unknown Diese Version verkaufen
KPAMC-A 067 Front Line Assembly Millennium(Cass, Album, Unofficial) K.P.A. Records KPAMC-A 067 Russia Unknown Diese Version verkaufen

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Shatford

Shatford

2. August 2016
bezogen auf Millennium, CD, Album, RR 9019 2
5/5

I never understood why so many people hated this album. Yeah, there are guitars in it and lead to the bands departure from their earlier stuff, but when I first got this album, I listened to it non-stop for weeks. Every track was a great song. Yep, it doesn't sound like Tactical Neural Implant (my other favourite album of theirs), but it's still mixed really well.
cpr242

cpr242

2. August 2015
bezogen auf Millennium, CD, Album, RR 9019 2
This may not be the best FLA album, but I wouldn't say its bad. This one is for the rivet heads, heavy guitar based industrial for fans of Fear Factory, 16 volt, Chemlab and the like. Lots of layers and Bill Leeb's apocalyptic manifesto running deep on this one. The only track I don't like is Victim of a Criminal, rap and industrial don't really mix. Otherwise it's a great album by FLA.
Sebhelyesfarku

Sebhelyesfarku

21. Juli 2010
bezogen auf Millennium, CD, Album, RR 9019 2
Front Line Assembly try to cash in on NiN's dumbo success with tearing up the guitars, with poor result.
Scrap_Iron

Scrap_Iron

24. Juli 2006
geändert over 12 years ago
bezogen auf Millennium, LP, Album, RR 9019-1

The early 90s' saw the triumph of the "electronics + heavy guitars" formula, experimented by Skinny Puppy in the mid 80s' and then refined and brought to success by Ministry, NIN and KMFDM. Everyone fit into the trend, even underground bands coming from the most extreme regions of electronic music (Iugula-Thor, In Slaughter Natives, Controlled Bleeding, to name a few).

Front Line Assembly threw themselves into the crowd, sampling riffs from Sepultura, Pantera, Ministry, and putting them on top of their wonderful EBM. The result is sometimes excellent ("Vigilante" and "Millennium" the best tracks, alongside "Surface Patterns", with cool riffs from a Pantera song of "Vulgar Display of Power", can't remember the title right now), sometimes a bit excessive and boring. The rap on "Victim of a Criminal" is not that bad in the end, it's just that no one would expect someone to rap on a FLA song, and therefore it's difficult to accept it.

FLA's more melodic and electronic side however emerges in all its glory in "This Faith" and final "Sex Offender", one of their best tracks ever, with cool vocoded vocals. "Millennium" may not be their masterpiece, but still it's a very important chapter in their history.
DarkSouljah

DarkSouljah

19. Mai 2003
bezogen auf Millennium, CD, Album, RR 9019-2

this album was quite a change for the established industrial duo of FLA. the jump in labels to Roadrunner proved to be good for some fans and bad for others. the main difference between this and other FLA albums is the presence of distorted guitars. on some track the guitar helps the song, on some it can be annoying and ruin it. one track which is absolutely terrible is "Victim of a Criminal". it features some rapper and i skip over it every time i listen to the cd. without the guitar the album still has the same FLA sound we know and love, and i guess the band didn't think too much about this album since they dropped the guitars right away. overall this is a great FLA album to buy, but it's still not their best work.
guarana

guarana

18. März 2003
bezogen auf Millennium, CD, Album, RR 9019-2
This (in my oppinion) is one of the best albums i have heard from Frontline Assembly.

It is filled with high pitched sounds in the background which really sounds very "cyber" or "computerised". I like these sounds as it really gives a futuristic type of sound and it also adds to the "lifetime" of the music as such because you will notice new sounds even months after the initial purchase.

According to the CD inlay he also used samples from Sepultura , Ministry and quite a few others ... the strange part is that you never hear any of it ?

if you have not listened to this CD do yourself a fav and get your ears on it ! :)