Atari Teenage Riot ‎– Redefine The Enemy! ‎– Rarities And B-Sides Compilation 1992-1999

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Ghostchase

Ghostchase

May 31, 2011
edited over 7 years ago
referencing Redefine The Enemy! ‎– Rarities And B-Sides Compilation 1992-1999, CD, Comp, DHRCD34

I completely don't agree with this review below, this album is phenomenal. Midijunkies remix and the Sex 12" version are worth the price alone. The live tracks are extreme quality, any document of ATR in top form performing live is a real treat. The unreleased Waves Of Disaster acappella is so eerie and powerful, its not hard to comprehend that Alec's voice with a touch of echo delay could be so strong and haunting. Honestly.. "blabbering away like some boring MC would do at a drum and bass gig" NO. Please don't listen to ATR. You are NOT worthy. Great packaging and excellent poster included, Redefine The Enemy's silver tin case should be gold, pure gold. One of my favourite compilations.
DJ_WHiteout

DJ_WHiteout

February 22, 2008
referencing Redefine The Enemy! - Rarities And B-Sides Compilation 1992-1999, CD, Comp, BRDH-34

Wow. This really is not a bad album by them, but some of the songs (not your business) aren't really that impressive. Although some of the songs are somewhat boring and dont get my feet moving, most of the tunes with 97 remixes are pretty cool. Most of the time it doesnt even sound like they are singing about anything, just blabbering away like some boring MC would do at a drum and bass gig. All in all i like it enough to give it a 3 out of 5.