Various Artists - Return To The Classixx Vol. 1
Other Return To The Classixx Vol. 1 is a compilation of great EBM tracks from the end of the 90's, old club hits where we remember some more than others. The funny thing about nostalgia though is that sometimes the songs are just as great as you remember them, but sometimes, maybe the classics should have been left alone as memories of past.

In this compilation you get great tracks like "Front Line Assembly - Plasticity", "Birmingham 6 - Israel", "Leather Strip - Torment Me" and contain bands like Orange Sector, Pankow, X Marks The Pedwalk and Armageddon Dildos. This creates a solid line-up for people who want to remember the past as well as people who want to know the history. The sound quality is something that I thought about the first time I heard it, much have happened during the last 15 years in production quality and you really notice the difference. This doesn't have to be something bad though, since it's a great part of the overall feeling of the sound.

Generally this is a good nostalgic compilation, even though sometimes you feel that those songs where better before than they are nowadays.
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Various Artists - Return To The Classixx Vol. 1

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"Good"
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Electroracle
Released 2009 by Infacted Recordings
Return To The Classixx Vol. 1 is a compilation of great EBM tracks from the end of the 90's, old club hits where we remember some more than others. The funny thing about nostalgia though is that sometimes the songs are just as great as you remember them, but sometimes, maybe the classics should have been left alone as memories of past.

In this compilation you get great tracks like "Front Line Assembly - Plasticity", "Birmingham 6 - Israel", "Leather Strip - Torment Me" and contain bands like Orange Sector, Pankow, X Marks The Pedwalk and Armageddon Dildos. This creates a solid line-up for people who want to remember the past as well as people who want to know the history. The sound quality is something that I thought about the first time I heard it, much have happened during the last 15 years in production quality and you really notice the difference. This doesn't have to be something bad though, since it's a great part of the overall feeling of the sound.

Generally this is a good nostalgic compilation, even though sometimes you feel that those songs where better before than they are nowadays.
May 07 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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