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Imperative Reaction - Ruined Album

Imperative Reaction - Ruined Album

Performer: Imperative Reaction
Title: Ruined
Style: Industrial, Synth-pop
Released: 09 Jul 2002
Cat#: MET 251, met 251
Country: US
Label: Metropolis
Size MP3 version: 2728 mb
Size FLAC version: 2054 mb
Size WMA version: 2281 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 574
Genre: Electronic

Imperative Reaction - Ruined Album


Tracklist

1Diminish Me3:50
2Fault
Keyboards [Additional] – Jason Mashburn
3:29
3Severed
Keyboards [Additional] – Jason Mashburn
5:00
4Beneath My Silence2:55
5Disoriented
Vocals, Written By [Lyrics], Programmed By [Additional] – Lisbeth Boada
5:14
6Ruined4:19
7Parallel3:14
8Rift4:57
9Paradox2:18
10Never Tomorrow4:50

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MET251DImperative Reaction Ruined ‎(10xFile, AIFF, Album, RE)MetropolisMET251DUS2018

Credits

  • Artwork [Additional Art], CoverRick Tuazon
  • EngineerDavid Andrecht
  • Engineer [Vocal Engineering]Clint Carney
  • Layout, DesignSam P.
  • Photography ByClint Carney
  • ProducerImperative Reaction
  • Written-By, PerformerDavid Andrecht (tracks: 7, 10), Ted Phelps (tracks: 1 to 6, 8, 9)

Notes

Made in the USA
© & ℗ 2002 Metropolis Records
© 2002 Imperative Reaction

Packaging: standard jewel case with a clear tray. 8 page booklet.

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Text): 7 82388 02512 6
  • Barcode (Scanned): 7823880025126
  • Matrix / Runout (Version 1 & 3): Z9056 4 MET 80251-2 02 M0S1
  • Matrix / Runout (Version 2): Z9056 4 MET 80251-2 02 M1S1
  • Mastering SID Code: ifpi L909
  • Mould SID Code (Version 1): IFPI 2U4C
  • Mould SID Code (Version 2): IFPI 2U3G
  • Mould SID Code (Version 3): IFPI 2U6E

Companies

  • Distributed By – EFA – 17352
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Metropolis Records
  • Copyright (c) – Metropolis Records
  • Manufactured By – WEA Mfg. Olyphant – Z9056
  • Designed At – Dementia Design

Album

Ruined by Imperative Reaction, released 24 July 2002 1. Severed 2. Fault 3. Beneath My Silence 4. Diminish Me 5. Disoriented 6. Ruined 7. Parallel 8. Rift 9. Never Tomorrow 10. Paradox Three years in the making, Imperative Reaction return with a new album combining neo-industrial stylings and elements of trance and electro. A few tracks even delve into the realm of synthpop, while remaining congruent to the rest of the album. Released July 2002. Album 2002 10 Songs. Imperative Reaction. Electronic free to Imperative Reaction Ruined Severed, Fault and more. 10 tracks 40:32. I decided that this album would be a new beginning for Imperative Reaction, says Ted Phelps of the bands upcoming self-titled release. Showcasing an evolved sound that combines the read more. Showcasing an evolved sound that combines the bands explosive live show with the precise, e read more. Imperative Reaction is an American electro-industrial band founded in 1996 by Ted Phelps and David Andrecht from the remains of the band Digital Neural Assault. A demo tape titled Debris was originally released in 1996, but was eventually recalled and destroyed as the band chose to go a different direction. The band's next effort, a demo entitled Persistence of Memory, featured the track Predicate, which was included on Possessive Blindfold car Recordings compilation album Exoskeleton Vol. The hard edge of electro that formed the basis of Imperative Reaction's early work championed elements reminiscent of many hard EBM acts - distortion, heavily distorted vocals, and razor synth lines. Ruined features some of these elements, deletes others, and recombines the remainder to create a sound not very much like Imperative Reaction's previous releases. Released 2002. Ruined Tracklist. Severed Reaction: American electro-industrial band founded in 1996 by Ted Phelps and David Andrecht from the remains of the band Digital Neural Assault. Torn Down, You Remain, Defect и другие песни. Album 2002. In playlists. View all. Imperative Reaction . Cr3ePy CrAwL3R. Текст песни: Somewhere along the line You decided you deserved this You gave into all your failures And Reaction. I decided that this album would be a new beginning for Imperative Reaction, says Ted Phelps