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Information SocietyDon't Be Afraid

Genre:Electronic
Style:Industrial
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Tracklist

Empty 3.08:32
Closing In 2.08:11
On The Outside 2.16:47
Ending World 1.15:32
Seek300 2.114:34
The Sky Away 2.04:00
Are 'Friends' Electric? 2.05:41
Ozar Midrashim 1.16:52
The Ridge 1.19:41
White Roses 1.0 300 8-N-1 Terminal Mode Or ASCII Download0:55
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    Cover of Don't Be Afraid, 1997, CDDon't Be Afraid
    CD, Album; CD, CD-ROM
    Cleopatra – CLP 0120US1997US1997
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    Cover of Don't Be Afraid, 1999-10-08, CDDon't Be Afraid
    CD, Album
    Accession Records – EFA 03614-2Germany1999Germany1999
    Cover of Don't Be Afraid, 1999, CDDon't Be Afraid
    CD, Album
    Stiletto – ST 1004-2, Stiletto – ST1004-2, Roadrunner Records – ST1004-2Brazil1999Brazil1999
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Don't Be Afraid V.1.3, 2008, CDDon't Be Afraid V.1.3
    CD, Album, Remastered
    Dancing Ferret Discs – DFD-20428US2008US2008
    New Submission

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    Don't Be Afraid V.1.3
    CD, Album, Remastered
    Dancing Ferret Discs – DFD-20428US2008US2008
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    Don't Be Afraid V1.3
    11×File, FLAC, Album, Remastered
    HAKATAK International – noneUS2014US2014
    New Submission

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    • Hazumuchan's avatar
      Hazumuchan
      Fun fact about this release: the initial run of the CD-R contents on disc 2 had "InSuck CD ROM" listed on it. When I have a moment to do so, I'll scan it into Discogs.
      • fabriknos's avatar
        fabriknos
        Completely under-appreciated, overlooked "solo" album of InSoc frontman Kurt Harland, released five years after InSoc released their last album as a trio (Peace & Love, Inc). The reason this album is so strange to some people is it leaves catchy synthpop in the dust and goes headfirst into tough, dark, industrial territory. While Kurt couldn't completely rid himself of his synthpop tendencies, it is a very impressive show of diversity to be able to produce an album like this. Steven Siebold of Hate Dept. lent his production skills as well, giving the album something of a grinding quality. Purist fans of the old InSoc sound will probably not enjoy this album too much, but if you listen to it without any preconceptions, and you like this kind of music, you'll love it.

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