Front Line Assembly ‎– AirMech

レーベル:
Metropolis ‎– MET 831
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CD, Album
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収録曲 隠す クレジット

1 AirMech
Recorded By [Strings] – Jeremy InkelStrings [Live] – Meghan Engle, Nigel Befus
4:00
2 Arise 5:23
3 Pulse Charge
Programmed By [Additional], Songwriter [Additional Song Writing] – Sasha Keevill
6:01
4 Prep For Combat
Programmed By [Additional], Songwriter [Additional Song Writing] – Sasha Keevill
7:21
5 System Anomaly 5:04
6 Mech Killer 7:08
7 Everything That Was Before
Recorded By [Strings] – Jeremy InkelStrings [Live] – Meghan Engle, Nigel Befus
6:56
8 Lose 6:19
9 Burning Skyline 6:12
10 Stealth Mech 4:20
11 Death Level
Recorded By [Strings] – Jeremy InkelStrings [Live] – Meghan Engle, Nigel Befus
6:42
12 Prime Empiricism 6:52

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AirMech is a registered trademark of Carbon Games.

バーコードとその他の識別子

  • Barcode (Text): 7 82388 08312 6
  • Barcode (Scanned UPC-A): 782388083126
  • Matrix / Runout: Z115383 DF MET 80831-2 TEXT 01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L909
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 2U4E

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カタログ # アーティスト タイトル (フォーマット) レーベル カタログ # 国・地域
AOF183 Front Line Assembly AirMech(LP, Pic + LP, Yel + Album, Dlx, Ltd, RE) Artoffact Records AOF183 Canada 2014 このバージョンを出品
none Front Line Assembly AirMech(12xFile, MP3, Album, RE, 256) Artoffact Records none Canada 2014
AOF183 Front Line Assembly AirMech(LP, Pic + LP, Cle + Album, Dlx, Ltd, RE) Artoffact Records AOF183 Canada 2014 このバージョンを出品
none Front Line Assembly AirMech(CDr, Album, Promo) Dependent (2) none Germany 2012 このバージョンを出品
MET 831D Front Line Assembly AirMech(12xFile, MP3, Album, VBR) Metropolis MET 831D US 2012

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pArrA_d0xx

pArrA_d0xx

2017年10月20日

This will be the last FLA album I "blind buy". I don't mind the Delerium elements as another reviewer mentioned and for a Video Game Soundtrack, it's pretty decent - I guess. But the Dubstep shenanigans ruin it for me. A little bit of it here & there would have been ok. However, elements of it are found in almost every track. FLA are one of my favourite artists (all genres & styles included) but the last "good" album for me was "I.E.D." and the last "great" one, "Artificial Soldier". Personally, I'd love to see another guitar-heavy release like "Millennium" & "I.E.D." or even "Hard Wired" - but even heavier! Get Heavy Devy (Devin Townsend) back in there but with his modern sound! Or, and this would by my number one on a wish list: a pure electronic, heavy aggro-techno album like what could have been done with "Plasticity". I still have dreams about what that Single could have spawned!
Snerdly

Snerdly

2012年11月27日

Taking this for what it is - a video game OST - it's really quite remarkable when compared to other current-gen console game soundtracks. As far as I know this is FLA's only incursion into the video game market and they've done extremely well when compared to some of the more famous and experienced composers. I can only give it the highest rating in that regard. As far as being a Front Line Assembly album, I would not recommend it as being something a new listener should check out because it only slightly touches on who they are and what they've accomplished - not to mention there's hints of dubstep in here that FLA has previously not utilized.
montrealpunk

montrealpunk

2012年11月13日
編集 over 6 years ago

Well, I was much anticipating, as always, the new F.L.A. album. What is this ? Delerium or F.L.A. ?? More the former than the latter....
Lush strings, angelic choruses, sad & pretty melodies, barely any vocals to speak of and absolutely no edge or punch to it whatsoever......
I would even deign to describe this as 'new age music' (a somewhat vapid genre I tend to avoid).
Very, very disappointed fan here.