Electronic Pig ‎– Notorious P.I.G.

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Industrial Movement ‎– IM 005
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, White
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A1 Electronic Pig 5:12
A2 The Boar's Interlude 0:27
A3 Electro Nicpig 3:36
A4 Whitest Tightest 4:52
A5 Untitled 0:32
B1 Pigue Belgique 0:39
B2 Deep As Dark 4:55
B3 Pig-A-Pella 1:24
B4 Deep As Dark (Torgull Remix)
Remix – Torgull
5:29
B5 Untitled 1:26

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Published by Third Movement Songs & Deeman Music ASCAP.

Title inspired by rapper Notorious B.I.G.

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August 21, 2007
edited over 9 years ago
What to make of this "Hardcore" EP? Well, it took me a couple listens to get use to it but I went in listening to it know that it was a "humorous" project. The beats are great on tracks like "Whitest Tightest" and "Deep As Dark". "Deep As Dark" and the remix are great deep-bass hardcore tracks and I find myself listening to those two more than the A side. However, the track "Electronic Pig" I have mixed feelings over. I just love the first 3 minutes but then it gets into this almost "Rock'n Roll" sound with guitar samples...hey, wtf? It's different but not what I expected from this awesome label! The interludes and other useless tracks on here are simple skips, if you've bothered to download them. Pretty much only 4 tracks worth listening to on here, if you can get past the "humor".
tecxx

tecxx

December 26, 2005
edited over 11 years ago

At the end of both sides sebastian and lenny talk about sending in a release to third movement, and getting the label chief on the phone while playing their record very loud in the background (so he can hear it). There's a lot of other silly things they talk about, like "fuck dj promo, what the fuck is this dj promo anyway". Funny stuff (oh yeah, and a great record too) :=)
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September 19, 2005
edited over 11 years ago
For the open-minded listener this is a revelation! Lenny and Promo hit it off and swing easily between crossover-trash, fake-EBM, sick humour and booming beats vs. psychotic noise attacks. Luvit!