Various Artists - Electro Bosom.Buddies Music
Other I'm really keen on Old School EBM and I was quite exited to see what this 19(!) track compilation had to offer.

It starts out pretty well with AD_keY's "Agro's Baby" and my hopes where that all the songs would have this impact throughout the album. My excitement continued to build with the second track called "What Are You?" from Guerilla and it peaked with my new favourites Darkmen's track "Accept the Pain" from their upcoming debut album. That track is by far the best one of the compilation.

Swedish Dupont's "Run for Protection" is also a highlight, but unfortunately, for every track thereafter my excitement drops and the few shining stars is swallowed by all the monotonous and uninspired tunes that follow. Part from Kraft's amazingly cute "Stampe" and my old time favourites Ionic Vision's contribution in form of the "Masturbation Remix" of "She is", there's really nothing worth paying attention and it all becomes an endless zapping between tracks to find something to kick-start your senses. The fact that all the tracks have different volume and levels only adds to the mix-tape feeling.

I'm glad to see that a bunch of Swedish artists made the compilation, Dupont, Severe Illusion and Spark! are all great bands and I'm really curious of why the choose a instrumental track from our hard hitting lads from Falkenberg (Spark!, that is).

I normally don't comment on album layout, but this cover must be one of the worst I've seen since before the computer era. I really hope there's some humor behind it, but the worst part is that I'm not quite sure of it.
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Brutal Resonance

Various Artists - Electro Bosom.Buddies Music

3.0
"Terrible"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2009 by Electro Arc
I'm really keen on Old School EBM and I was quite exited to see what this 19(!) track compilation had to offer.

It starts out pretty well with AD_keY's "Agro's Baby" and my hopes where that all the songs would have this impact throughout the album. My excitement continued to build with the second track called "What Are You?" from Guerilla and it peaked with my new favourites Darkmen's track "Accept the Pain" from their upcoming debut album. That track is by far the best one of the compilation.

Swedish Dupont's "Run for Protection" is also a highlight, but unfortunately, for every track thereafter my excitement drops and the few shining stars is swallowed by all the monotonous and uninspired tunes that follow. Part from Kraft's amazingly cute "Stampe" and my old time favourites Ionic Vision's contribution in form of the "Masturbation Remix" of "She is", there's really nothing worth paying attention and it all becomes an endless zapping between tracks to find something to kick-start your senses. The fact that all the tracks have different volume and levels only adds to the mix-tape feeling.

I'm glad to see that a bunch of Swedish artists made the compilation, Dupont, Severe Illusion and Spark! are all great bands and I'm really curious of why the choose a instrumental track from our hard hitting lads from Falkenberg (Spark!, that is).

I normally don't comment on album layout, but this cover must be one of the worst I've seen since before the computer era. I really hope there's some humor behind it, but the worst part is that I'm not quite sure of it.
Oct 06 2009

Various Artists

Various artists is used on compilation albums. A compilation album comprises tracks which are compiled from other recordings, either previously released or unreleased.

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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