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3 years, 7 months ago at Jun 27 14:52
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One year after the latest album release of “Voodoo Ritual”, the mastermind Jan L. returns with his Industrial/Noise project Noisuf-X and the album “Excessive Exposure”. The album comes packed with 14 new tracks and will also be available as a limited edition featuring a bonus disc with 4 exclusive tracks including collaborations with Johan Van Roy of Suicide Commando and Peter Spilles of P... read more
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Description: 1 All Systems Go! 5:02 2 Deutschland Braucht Bewegung 4:10 3 Please Hang Up (Mobile Interferrence) 4:47 4 Aggrophil 4:37 5 Excessive Exposure 3:34 6 I Am Watching You 4:54 7 Hans Dampf 4:22 8 White Noise 3:33 9 Fucking Invective 4:34 10 RAPture (Holy Shit Mix) 3:43 11 Beatz & Bass (Blast In Your Face) 4:26 12 Effeccctt 4:20 12 Fire (C=64 Tribute) 4:26 13 Shut The Hell Up 4:52 14 Untitled 1:37 2-1 Jaws (Feat. Johan Van Roy) 4:27 2-2 Creep (Feat. Peter Spilles) 4:34 2-3 Revelation 9:6 4:35 2-4 Industrial Revolution 4:22 Written-By, Producer, Mixed By, Mastered By, Layout, Design – Jan L ... (more)
Manufacturer: Pro Noize
Release date: 1 April 2010
EAN: 4250137249001
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Lex posted a review 3 years, 7 months ago

“One year after the latest album release of “Voodoo Ritual”, the mastermind Jan L. returns with his Industrial/Noise project Noisuf-X and the album “Excessive Exposure”. The album comes packed with 14 new tracks and will also be available as a limited edition featuring a bonus disc with 4 exclusive tracks including collaborations with Johan Van Roy of Suicide Commando and Peter Spilles of Project Pitchfork.

The album starts out with the quite melodic “All Systems Go”, but during the ride, you will run into a couple of more songs with the same style. Heavy tracks with great rhythms and sound structure and they feels more melodic then previous releases like on “Antipode” or “The Beauty Of Destruction” albums. Though you will get the more noisy tracks like “Whit” read more


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