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Old 03-07-2010, 06:08 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Check out Dead Machines. It's an experience like no other.
I'm not sure I've heard of them. What are they like?
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Old 03-07-2010, 06:19 PM   #12 (permalink)
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I'm not sure I've heard of them. What are they like?
http://www.insound.com/Dead_Machines...in/p/INS26021/

I rarely listen to it but I think you would certainly appreciate them.
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Old 03-07-2010, 06:25 PM   #13 (permalink)
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I used to listen to a lot of Al Jourgenson's projects (seems there's too many to mention individually), some Skinny Puppy, and of course Godflesh. It's not really my thing anymore, but still good stuff.
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Thanks for all the suggestions guys, I'll be checking all this stuff out.

Also I'd just like to say that I'm listening to I Have A Special Plan for this World and for some reason it just blows my mind every time I listen to it.
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Old 03-21-2010, 12:32 PM   #15 (permalink)
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Pigface are great when it comes to industrial.I think.
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Pigface are great when it comes to industrial.I think.
While I do own most of Pigface's albums, I think they're kind of shit except for a few of them. Too many cooks in the kitchen. They do what they set out to do though, no doubt about it and I respect them for it. Here are the ones I like most:

Notes From Thee Underground
Feels Like Heaven... Sounds Like Shit! (remix album for the above)
A New High in Low
Below the Belt (remix album for the above)

There's good stuff on the others (though I haven't heard anything since 98's live album) but too much of it unlistenable to me.
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While I do own most of Pigface's albums, I think they're kind of shit except for a few of them. Too many cooks in the kitchen. They do what they set out to do though, no doubt about it and I respect them for it. Here are the ones I like most:

Notes From Thee Underground
Feels Like Heaven... Sounds Like Shit! (remix album for the above)
A New High in Low
Below the Belt (remix album for the above)

There's good stuff on the others (though I haven't heard anything since 98's live album) but too much of it unlistenable to me.
I'm surprised you didn't mention Gub, that's easily my favorite Pigface album. All the others are more hit-or-miss.
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I'm surprised you didn't mention Gub, that's easily my favorite Pigface album. All the others are more hit-or-miss.
Gub is probably my fav to. What you think of Chris Connelys solo stuff I love it.
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Honestly I always considered Gub one of the less-listenable ones. It's been years since I've played it, but the ones I posted are where it's at for me. More melodic and tuneful I suppose.
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Honestly I always considered Gub one of the less-listenable ones. It's been years since I've played it, but the ones I posted are where it's at for me. More melodic and tuneful I suppose.
I guess I could see that since Gub certainly has a much more stripped-down sound, probably because of Steve Albini's involvement. But to me Gub is the most cohesive Pigface album and has this very unique style that sounds like nothing else, including other work by the people involved. The other Pigface albums, as much as I like them, almost feel like compilations to me where each track kind of sounds like whichever band the guest musicians come from. Hell, there are tracks on A New High In Low and Easy Listening For Difficult Fuckheads literally are songs from albums by the guest musicians.
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