thamike: Released in the first quarter of 2103, I wrote this article while listening to Too Dark park and huffing butane.
Rhypskallion: Somehow my favorite SP song has vocal samples from a mass murderer. I guess this makes me edgy?
LeroyBourne: I think using (i don't know, off the top of my head) Milli Vanilli over and over and over might be more effective.
Glitchwerks: Rhypskallion: Somehow my favorite SP song has vocal samples from a mass murderer. I guess this makes me edgy?There's been a rumor that Jeffrey Dahmer was arrested while listening to Clock DVA's "Buried Dreams."
Glitchwerks: Merzbow makes Skinny Puppy look like Milli Vanilli.
Ishkur: Charles Manson technically didn't kill anyone./you're talking about Worlock, right?
Ishkur: /seriously, the guy has no farking quality filter
Ishkur: Glitchwerks: Merzbow makes Skinny Puppy look like Milli Vanilli.Merzbow makes Skinny Puppy look accomplished and professional/seriously, the guy has no farking quality filter//he needs to take a break///and stop releasing every farking thing he records by bashing his elbows on the keyboard
pxlboy: I've heard the same for Bill Leeb (or is it the other guy from FLA?)
Glitchwerks: Jim Jones sample on Cyberaktif (side project of SP and FLA's Bill Leeb.)
Glitchwerks: pxlboy: I've heard the same for Bill Leeb (or is it the other guy from FLA?)Yeah, it's Bill Leeb. He was pretty infamous for sampling popular records of the time. He wasn't even really that original about it. Gave him a bit of a bad rep, but he did make a fortune from Delirium.
Ishkur: Glitchwerks: Jim Jones sample on Cyberaktif (side project of SP and FLA's Bill Leeb.)Is Cyberaktif Skinny Puppy?
Glitchwerks: If you're complaining that he has no quality filter you may be missing the point!
pxlboy: Thanks to Sarah McLachlan
Glitchwerks: pxlboy: Thanks to Sarah McLachlanAnd Tiesto.
Ishkur: Karma (w/ Silence) sat on the shelves undiscovered for two years and the Sanctuary mix was released on a Plastic compilation to little to no fanfare until Sasha and Digweed dropped it in their Northern Exposure: Expeditions mix CD in 99. Then everybody decided it was a good tune.
Im_Gumby: Am I the only one who thought this headline was referencing a Farker who lurks in the politics tab?
Glitchwerks: I don't know the tracks popularity at the time but I did have that NE double disc album. "Silence" wasn't on the US Ultra release.
Sasquach: Did they have an exhibition license for the music? I've read those FBI warnings...copyright violation is NOT a victimless crime!/can a fark lawyer help me out here?//conjure one's last release was weak
Ishkur: If you had bothered to go to an actual trance club/rave/festival/party back then, you probably would have heard it five times a night.
Ogre840: Favorite side project since we're all going that route?
demaL-demaL-yeH: Omahawg: obviousDrBenway: OBVIOUSObvious tag is outside wearing noise-canceling headphones and protesting torture.
Glitchwerks: Ishkur: If you had bothered to go to an actual trance club/rave/festival/party back then, you probably would have heard it five times a night.I'm thinking I'm gonna put you on ignore. Your sarcasm is getting old.Anyway, listening to the Skinny Puppy album and it's pretty disappointing. This sounds unbelievably dated, like Wumpscut.Cevin, there's a whole new industrial scene out there, listen to some of it and get inspired./Maybe Dwayne was the real talent.
gas giant: I would say that any type of torture is inherently wrong, but..Good and evil do not exist.
Glitchwerks: I'm thinking I'm gonna put you on ignore. Your sarcasm is getting old.
pxlboy: The only band I've heard recently that is doing anything remotely interesting or different lately is Die Sektor. Most of it seems to center around the EBM or aggrotech stuff.
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