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NoisexIgnarrogance

Label:Ant-Zen – ACT 86
Format:
2 x CD, Album
Country:Germany
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Industrial, Rhythmic Noise, EBM

Tracklist

The First Face
1-1Screams From A Handicapped Nation5:24
1-2Biohazard5:04
1-3Cardiac Infarction4:32
1-4Bang Tha' Beat Bastard4:34
1-5Lava (Silent Death)4:22
1-6Plasmid3:08
1-7I Will!3:35
1-8Stinger4:24
1-9Psychotic Guardians In Absence4:26
1-10X-ecution6:15
1-11Maschinwerk (Lust!figure Style)4:00
1-12Don't Ya' Fuckin' Look At Me4:53
1-13Noisexorzist3:12
1-14Digital Disease2:31
1-15Black Tortüre3:53
1-16S.phynxx6:25
The Second Face
2-1Burn These Puppets3:19
2-2Stomp Age6:49
2-3Ignarrogance3:34
2-4Phantom Fist3:40
2-5Lava (X-ecuted)4:30
2-6NT-ZN4:17
2-7Noisedisco3:59
2-8Alone6:31
2-9Tomorrow Is One Day After4:38
2-10One Vision3:05
2-11EKG Baby4:42
2-12X-ecution (Lust!figure Style)3:30
2-13In Noise We Trust3:40
2-14The Hidden4:11
2-15Automätic3:10
2-16Templedance5:00
2-17Auf Geht's Buam! (Very Special Bonus)4:24
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Notes

All tracks were written, performed, and produced at the K:A:T:T Industry Studio, Munich in 1997/8.

Mastered at Metarc Studio, Belgium.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): Panteon 614AZ3
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): Panteon 615AZ1

Other Versions (1)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Ignarrogance (2×CD, Album, 7", Box Set, Limited Edition)Ant-Zenact 86.6Germany1998

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  • fariaramon's avatar
    fariaramon
    The best rhythmic power noise album, with killer tracks, distortions and perfect rhythms. Deserves a full release on double vinyl.
    • DarkSouljah's avatar
      DarkSouljah
      Edited 19 years ago
      This Noisex release acts almost like a greatest hits album, coercing all their forms and styles into one lengthy, 2-disc album. "Ignarrogance" feeds upon the act of repetition, sending the listener into a trance-like state with its repeated vocals (usually the name of the track), and droning, mechanical music. The noise influence is very present here, and veils much of the synth work in a thick fuzz on many of the songs. The reason this can substitute as a collective works release is both because of the obvious length of the release, and because the tracks don't stick to one form - instead they represent the breakbeat, hardcore/EBM (my favourite), and mutilated-beat facades of Noisex. One theme does remain common though throughout the 144 minutes, and that is the theme of repetition. This would otherwise be called a boring release if it were a quarter of the length, but since there is such a volume of tracks to choose from, "Ignarrogance" can stay fresh and innovative over a period of many listens.

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