Project-X - Modus Operandi
EBM After a number of CDM's and MCD's Swedish Project-X releases their second album (if you don't count 'Closing down the systems' which is a special edition release). The first single from this album was 'Infected/Reminder' and was released both as CDM and MCD.

'Modus Operandi' is a strong album that mixes melancholic industry with heavy, danceable beats for the EBM-floors. Like a whiplash in a nice and pleasure full way.

Torny Gottberg (who stands for the big part of the production) have really developed his voice and now it's more powerful than ever which makes it feel honest and real.

There are no bad tracks on this album, but some of them are worth to mention, like "Infected", "Stay Awake" and "Lies 2K2". Watch out for these tracks at the dance floors in the future, it's going to be sweaty.

The only thing this album lack is it's length. Usually you pay between a 149SEK (about 14$) to 189SEK (about 18$) for a record and just under 40 minutes of music feels a little bit meagre, or is it just that you want more and more of this fantastic production?

This review was written 2003 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Project-X - Modus Operandi

8.0
"Great"
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Electroracle
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Released 2003 by Energy Rekords
After a number of CDM's and MCD's Swedish Project-X releases their second album (if you don't count 'Closing down the systems' which is a special edition release). The first single from this album was 'Infected/Reminder' and was released both as CDM and MCD.

'Modus Operandi' is a strong album that mixes melancholic industry with heavy, danceable beats for the EBM-floors. Like a whiplash in a nice and pleasure full way.

Torny Gottberg (who stands for the big part of the production) have really developed his voice and now it's more powerful than ever which makes it feel honest and real.

There are no bad tracks on this album, but some of them are worth to mention, like "Infected", "Stay Awake" and "Lies 2K2". Watch out for these tracks at the dance floors in the future, it's going to be sweaty.

The only thing this album lack is it's length. Usually you pay between a 149SEK (about 14$) to 189SEK (about 18$) for a record and just under 40 minutes of music feels a little bit meagre, or is it just that you want more and more of this fantastic production?

This review was written 2003 and initially published on Neurozine.com Jan 01 2003

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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