NE* + DK* ‎– Join In The Rhythm Of Machines

Label:
Major Records ‎– none
Format:
CD, EP
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Style:
EBM

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 On The Road
Arranged By [Rearranged] – Jürgen EnglerEngineer – Chris LietzMastered By – Chris LietzPerformer [Original Tracks By] – Nitzer EbbProducer – Jürgen EnglerWritten-By – Bon Harris, Douglas Mc Carthy*
4:01
2 High Tech Low Life
Arranged By [Rearranged] – Bon Harris, Nitzer EbbLyrics By – Dörper*Mixed By – John OMusic By – Engler*Performer [Original Tracks By] – Die KruppsProducer – Bon Harris, Nitzer EbbRecorded By [Vocals] – David 'Saxon' Greenep*Vocals [Additional] – Douglas Mc Carthy*
2:52
3 Blood Money
Arranged By [Rearranged] – Jürgen EnglerEngineer – Chris LietzMastered By – Chris LietzPerformer [Original Tracks By] – Nitzer EbbProducer – Jürgen EnglerVocals [Additional] – Jürgen EnglerWritten-By – Bon Harris, Douglas Mc Carthy*
2:53
4 To The Hilt
Arranged By [Rearranged] – Bon Harris, Nitzer EbbLyrics By – Engler*, Buck*Mixed By – John OMusic By – Engler*, Altus*Performer [Original Tracks By] – Die KruppsProducer – Bon Harris, Nitzer EbbRecorded By [Vocals] – David 'Saxon' Greenep*Vocals [Additional] – Douglas Mc Carthy*
4:33

Notes

Sold only during the "Join In The Rhythm of Machines" Tour 2011.

Comes in a cardboard sleeve.

Tracks 2 and 4 vocals recorded at Studio Mute, London, England.

Durations taken from CD player.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: AB36582-01
  • Matrix / Runout (Text): manufactured by optimal media production
  • Mastering SID Code: ifpi L574
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 9710

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fabriknos

fabriknos

May 17, 2014
edited over 4 years ago

Ok, I love Nitzer Ebb... but who in their right mind would spend $50+ for this 4 track EP? Die Krupps' remix of Blood Money is the only highlight here for me, and that's mostly because it sounds extremely similar to the original. Sadly the Nitzer Ebb remixes don't do anything for me. Wish I had higher praise, but at least I can warn others in not dropping this kind of cash for what is mostly a mediocre release.