|2||National Panel Beating (Body Hammer)|
|3||Genetic Blueprint (New Breed)|
|4||Faithless (Zero Signal)|
|6||Cloning Technology (Replica)|
|9||Machines Of Hate (Self Bias Resistor)|
|10||21st Century Jesus (P*sschrist)|
|11||Bound For Forgiveness (A Therapy For Pain)|
|13||Remanufacture (Edited Version)|
- Bass –
- Drums –
- Engineer [Mix Engineer Assistant] – (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 9 to 11, 13)
- Engineer [Mix Engineer] – (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 9 to 11, 13)
- Guitar –
- Lyrics By – , (tracks: 3)
- Mastered By –
- Producer [Additional Remix Production] – (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 9 to 11, 13), (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 9 to 11, 13)
- Producer [Original] –
- Vocals –
- Written-By – (tracks: 9), ,
- Barcode (String): 016861883423
- Barcode (Text): 0 16861 8834-2 3
- Matrix / Runout: 88342 + + 75749-01 SONOPRESS USA
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L027
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 1081
|Remanufacture (Cloning Technology) (Cassette, Album)||Roadrunner Records||RR 8834-4||Europe||1997|
|Remanufacture (Cloning Technology) (CD, HDCD, Album)||Roadrunner Records||RR 8834-2||Europe||1997|
|Remanufacture (Cloning Technology) (CD, HDCD, Album)||Roadrunner Records||RR 8834-2||Australia||1997|
|Remanufacture (Cloning Technology) (CD, Album, Promo)||Roadrunner Records||RR PROMO 259||Netherlands||1997|
|Remanufacture (Cloning Technology) (CD, Album)||Roadrunner Records||RRD-8834||USA & Canada||1997|
- Not sure why they missed an opportunity to do a 25th anniversary vinyl re-issue...hopefully 30th anniversary they will "master for vinyl" this amazing remix album.
- I wish Fear Factory would reissue their catalog on vinyl.
- When I bought this album used, I came across two copies of the sleeve. One was normal, but one of them has what seems to be an embossment of the fear factory logo with 'FEAR FACTORY DEMANUFACTURE FIRST DAY COVER 1997' surrounding it. Is this common with most realeases of this CD?
- A techno-inductrial reworking of the thrash album 'Demanufacture' seems a strange idea. However, this album delivers a lot of good tunes with influences from genres as diverse as trance, ambient, breakbeat, Dutch hardcore (via Junkie XL) et al.
The influence of the producers (primarily Rhys Fulber from industrial act FLA) is fairly obvious. What is surprising is the general quality of the beats, particularly 'Burn', 'T-1000' and '21st Century Jesus'.
This album is ideal for those who want to take a peek at the current state of hard rock / thrash metal crossover acts using techno influences.