I love EBM,Electro,Trance,Industrial,Ambient and Classical Music.
♪♫ is life.

Apart of adding releases, i wanna costantly improving the Discogs database, editing releases and - above all - scanning my records covers, resizing them to 600 x 600 pixels, and adding to the existing releases!

Here you can find all my activities so far on Discogs, in chronological order.
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Recent Activity
posted a review of Skinny Puppy - Dig It. about 1 year ago
I could spend hours talking about Skinny Puppy and how brilliant they are.

I used to make my girlfriends watch Ain't It Dead Yet (VHS - yes I'm old) on our second date. If they ran out screaming, it wasn’t meant to be. I did find one that stayed and ... See full review
posted a comment on 雅尔* - 演奏的电子合成器. about 1 year ago
This is what i call *rare*.

W O W.

I want this.
posted a comment on Depeche Mode - Violator. over 2 years ago
Sometimes an album comes along and changes things forever. When Depeche Mode's seventh studio album arrived in 1990 (a whole 3 years after the colossal 'Music for the Masses') it certainly changed things.
It set a new benchmark in electronic pop music - ... See full review
submitted U2 - Duets. over 3 years ago
posted a comment on U2 - Pop. over 3 years ago
Definitely quote what you wrote,

i'm a Classical IDM / /EBM /Industrial music lover, BUT Zooropa, Pop and Achtung Baby are MUST HAVE albums.

You can definitely feel the Brian Eno feel on these albums.
submitted Various - The History Of Industrial - The First Part Of An Ultimate Aggression. over 4 years ago
posted a comment on Dulce Liquido - Disolución. over 4 years ago
Absolutely agree, cannot stop listening this !

It's like an AFX Ambient Works, but in a wicked (WICKED !) way .
posted a comment on KMFDM. over 4 years ago
Uh,

agree with your opinion...but also Einsturzende Neubauten must be considered :)

Anyway, your comment is 4 years old...do you know how many people would assume that the 'most influential German Industrial Rock Band Ever'....are.... R+ ?

EHEHEH :)
posted a comment on Lovebrrd - True Faith/Blue Monday. over 4 years ago
Absolutely QUOTE what you wrote .
posted a review of Bigod 20 - Like A Prayer. over 4 years ago
The 'Like A Prayer' cover is really one of the best Madonna cover ever :)
I have no firm data on how well received this cover of a classic Madonna hit was, but I can only imagine how many of her fans would react to it. Many, I’m sure, would be horrified ... See full review
posted a comment on Front 242. over 4 years ago
Goodmorning;

being 242 on of my favourite bands *EVER* and for sure the *BEST* live electronic band existing (yes, i'm SURE about this 'cause we're speaking about Real Hardware Instruments,Keyboards and Synths , not Prootols or Logic or other ... See full review
posted a comment on Front 242 - [: RE:BOOT: (L. IV. E ] ). over 4 years ago
Sorry;

but i dont' agree at all.
Re:Booot '98 is heavily edited and overdubbed, it IS NOT WEAK in any way...at the contrary it's one of the loudest electronic live albums i 've ever heard!

They're contemporary, that means their sound will change from ... See full review
posted a review of Front 242 - Parted Tragedy. over 4 years ago
Really good bootleg from the Front By Front and Tyranny ▷For You◁ Tours.
As I recall all the tracks on it are taken from the "Body Beats" bootleg cd, except on body Beats at
the start of a few of the tracks they have included the dj talking, giving a ... See full review
posted a review of Skinny Puppy - Worlock. over 6 years ago
Although the puppies probably released more groundbreaking stuff, my favorite is still this one. The incredibly amazing blend of melody, atmosphere, samples and their trademark weird sounds scream ‘masterpiece’ from start to finish. The final crescendo ... See full review
submitted Rondo' Veneziano* - Concerto. over 6 years ago
submitted Rondo' Veneziano* - L'Odyssée De Venise. over 6 years ago
posted a review of Front Line Assembly - Hard Wired. over 6 years ago
Infra Red Combat is right up there with my favorite `industrial' songs of all time. I love music that builds and builds into a mound of emotion and sound, and this song does just that. The whole album almost takes on an organic-like form. Every piece ... See full review
posted a comment on Nine Inch Nails - The Fragile. over 7 years ago
Being an Industrial lover since 15 years (or possibly even more; i cannot stress enough the fact that albums like this are NOT Industrial, no way.
Sure,some kind of alternative rock or whatever, but NOT Industrial.

posted a comment on Ministry - Filth Pig. over 7 years ago
Great review;

and i completely agree with you; 'Filth Pig' is a really underrated album, plus the Dylan cover of 'Lay Lady Lay' is one of my favourite Ministry's song ever !
posted a review of Gary Numan - Scarred. over 7 years ago
"Scarred" brings the complete London Brixton Academy show from October 2000, 'Pure' Tour.
The set starts off with a sizzling "Pure". While it is followed by the familiar "Me I Disconnect From You", the majority of the songs after that focus on the Pure ... See full review
posted a comment on Push - From Beyond. over 7 years ago
Dont forget Universal Nation.
*THE* track, the real hymn.
posted a comment on Front Line Assembly - Millennium. over 7 years ago
The "Surface Patterns" sample is took from Pantera's track "Walk", the "Millennium" one is took from "A New Level"; both are from Vulgar Display Of Power album.
posted a review of Koan (2) - Still Dreaming. over 8 years ago
One of the most underrated and unknown Dream tracks of all times, a real GEM.
Found this on The World Of Dream compilation from ZYX Music, easily recognizable as one of the best, if not THE best track out of that compilation.

A classic 'Robert Miles' ... See full review
posted a review of Gary Numan - The Fury. over 8 years ago
Thee Fury is one of those albums that may require many listenings to appreciate these days. Since you need to conduct a small research project to fully review Numan's catalog (20 studio albums or so), something like The Fury can go unnoticed while one ... See full review
posted a comment on Man With No Name - Moment Of Truth. over 8 years ago
Definitely quote on 'Azymuth', incredible track, a real journey, in every sense of term.

IMHO, Moment Of Truth is the best MWNN's album to date,it would've been perfect if also Teleport was in,but that's it!
posted a comment on Quando Quango - Pigs + Battleships. over 8 years ago
This is not Facebook, dear friend.

Your comment doesn't seem a review,to me.
posted a comment on Bowie* - Pinups. over 8 years ago
Seems to be not in the Discogs database, but if you own the RCA pres of this record, please submit it!
posted a comment on Guru Guru - UFO. over 8 years ago
Maybe it's a repress/reissue.

If you own it, please submit it,thanks!
posted a comment on Art Of Noise* - Custom CD. over 8 years ago
Great memories, thanks for sharing them!
posted a comment on Shpongle - Ineffable Mysteries From Shpongleland. over 8 years ago
I really LOVE your reviews,congratulations!
posted a review of Elton John - Too Low For Zero. over 9 years ago
From the opening chords of the first track, Cold As Christmas, listeners are in for a treat.
Elton's haunting vocal, coupled with the incredible backing vocals of the band, take the listener on a story of an elderly couple whose romantic flame as ... See full review
posted a review of Gary Numan - Berserker. over 9 years ago
Berserker, as a complete work is astounding. And held against even the best known acts of the time, this is an extremely mature album for a 24 year old to write. The title track could be released today and sound as fresh as it did then. It's a very well ... See full review
posted a review of Visage - Whispers. over 9 years ago
Perfection, Whispers is one of the most beautiful moments for Visage in my opinion…such an extraordinary piece of music one could just drowned in.
So very peaceful yet so sad which means pure genius.

Anyway, this Japanese 7' is particularly ... See full review
posted a review of Cybotron - Clear. over 10 years ago
The only old-school electro LP with any amount of staying power (thanks in part to its release on Fantasy), this CD release of the Cybotron album -- previously known as Enter -- includes crucial, early singles like "Alleys of Your Mind," "Cosmic Cars," ... See full review
posted a review of Jon Hopkins - Opalescent. over 11 years ago
This is a masterpiece.
There are tracks on here that will make the hairs on your back stand up as its quite haunting in parts like 'Elegiac' which opens the album and the stunning 'Inner Peace'...but my favourite track is 'Cold Out There'.
Pure ... See full review
posted a review of M.I.K.E. - Changes 'R Good. over 11 years ago
Another masterpiece from this man (alien :) )...a little more Electro than Trancey, this is one of the best 2007 tracks i have heard 'till now.

Between the 2 mixes, the Main-Tro one is superior by far, in my opinion.

Ipnotic, groovey ...an awesome ... See full review