Orange Sector - Mind.Fuck
Old School EBM In my opinion, Old-School EBM should be hard pumping, filled with testosterone and if you listen to it while walking down the streets, you should get the feeling that you are single handily able to take over the world with just one pair of boots? so why does the legendary Orange Sector make me all sleepy?

First of all I think the mixing of the tracks are pretty strangely done, it all have a mumbling sound like someone would press a vibrator to your forehead. The tracks are slow and if you aren't focused, you will probably nod off while listening to it. It gets better with the fourth track "Bodybag", where you get a better sensation of boots and stomping, but with track five called "Maschinekind" you are right back to the slow paced standard set from the beginning.

The tracks "Legend", "Wir sind Stahl" and "Energie" are also pretty alright, but with these four tracks do not manage to keep this entire production floating. It all feels too slow and uninspired.
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Orange Sector - Mind.Fuck

In my opinion, Old-School EBM should be hard pumping, filled with testosterone and if you listen to it while walking down the streets, you should get the feeling that you are single handily able to take over the world with just one pair of boots? so why does the legendary Orange Sector make me all sleepy?

First of all I think the mixing of the tracks are pretty strangely done, it all have a mumbling sound like someone would press a vibrator to your forehead. The tracks are slow and if you aren't focused, you will probably nod off while listening to it. It gets better with the fourth track "Bodybag", where you get a better sensation of boots and stomping, but with track five called "Maschinekind" you are right back to the slow paced standard set from the beginning.

The tracks "Legend", "Wir sind Stahl" and "Energie" are also pretty alright, but with these four tracks do not manage to keep this entire production floating. It all feels too slow and uninspired.
Apr 17 2009

Patrik Lindström

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Founder of Brutal Resonance in 2009, founder of Electroracle and founder of ex Promonetics. Used to write a whole lot for Brutal Resonance and have written over 500 reviews. Nowadays, mostly focusing on the website and paving way for our writers.

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