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Geography I - Front 242 - Geography (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Geography I - Front 242 - Geography (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Classic 80's Front , but better albums by Front are out there. Still a good one for the collection, I guess. Official Version kicks butt, even with a few of the 'screwey tracks' as I call them, still an AMAZING album.4/5(9).
  2. "Front " is a pioneering Belgian electronic body music group that came into prominence during the s. For years to come they took the lead in electronic music composition. During their most active period (they decided to quit EBM in with the albums " UP EVIL" and " OFF") they were influential to many electro-industrial and electronic artists.
  3. For more info about Front , visit: anoferzitofetibucknessivovil.xyzinfoom. A good advice, even if you have Geography on CD try to find the double CD edition released on , by far the best edition of this album as it contains lots of gems and rare tracks.
  4. Dec 29,  · Pulse is the eighth studio album by Front , released on May 6, through Metropolis Records. It was the group's first full-length studio release in ten years since 's Off, marking their largest gap between albums. In , a restructured version of Pulse was released under the title Pulse/5(10).
  5. "Geography" is Front 's first album, and definitely a strong debut. It's full of classic analog synth blips, buzzes and squalls, and sounds like the results of hours upon hours of tweaking these machines. Even at this point in their career, Front were production perfectionists/5(17).
  6. Originally released on Factory in , the album put Ike Yard's indelible mark on the synth-driven experimental rock scene then emerging all over the planet. While historical analogues would be Cabaret Voltaire's Red Mecca or Front 's Geography, opening track "M. Kurtz" makes starkly clear that Ike Yard is a far heavier proposition.
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