Various Artists - Extreme Sündenfall 9
Other The compilation series Extreme Sündenfall have come to its 9th editon and it's a full packed 2CD sampler with 33 artists and the same amount of tracks.

The first disc is the better of the two. You got great tracks like Faderhead's "Horizon Born (Electric Paradise Club Edit)", [:SITD:]'s "Catharsis", Solitary Experiments' "Rise & Fall", Frozen Plasma's "Tanz Die Revolution (Sündenfall Edit)" and Electrovot's "Fate". All great tracks and Electrovot is completely new to me, I need to check them out some more in the future for sure.

The second disc opens up great XP8's "Our Time (Soman Remix)", X-Fusion's "Leave No Seed" and then the instrumental dance mayhem with Studio X's "Bounce". Then things turn towards an evil EBM marathon with some better and some worse tracks. The thing is that at all blends together and just feels too similar. Say Just Words, Project Rotten and Soman do a good job to keep it good, but otherwise this is the downside of the compilation.

All and all it's a good compilation though with a fine mix of strong names together with some less well known, but yet interesting names. Even though not highly recommended, I can still recommend it.
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Brutal Resonance

Various Artists - Extreme Sündenfall 9

7.0
"Good"
N/A
Electroracle
Released 2009 by UpScene
The compilation series Extreme Sündenfall have come to its 9th editon and it's a full packed 2CD sampler with 33 artists and the same amount of tracks.

The first disc is the better of the two. You got great tracks like Faderhead's "Horizon Born (Electric Paradise Club Edit)", [:SITD:]'s "Catharsis", Solitary Experiments' "Rise & Fall", Frozen Plasma's "Tanz Die Revolution (Sündenfall Edit)" and Electrovot's "Fate". All great tracks and Electrovot is completely new to me, I need to check them out some more in the future for sure.

The second disc opens up great XP8's "Our Time (Soman Remix)", X-Fusion's "Leave No Seed" and then the instrumental dance mayhem with Studio X's "Bounce". Then things turn towards an evil EBM marathon with some better and some worse tracks. The thing is that at all blends together and just feels too similar. Say Just Words, Project Rotten and Soman do a good job to keep it good, but otherwise this is the downside of the compilation.

All and all it's a good compilation though with a fine mix of strong names together with some less well known, but yet interesting names. Even though not highly recommended, I can still recommend it.
Jul 19 2010

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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