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Special Forces - Front 242 - No Comment (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Album. No Comment Front Released Special Forces Lyrics. About “No Comment” “No Comment” Q&A. Album Credits. Writers Daniel Bressanutti. More Front albums.
  2. No Comment is the Front album that was first released in on the Another Side music label. The album was the first reference to Electronic Body Music (EBM) when the band included read .
  3. this is a great album. showcases much of 's earlier material but, i should've looked more closely at amazon's item description. apparently they're making CDR copies on-demand of 'out of print' titles. so, yes, it's a CDR (for 12 dollars). doesn't come with the original artwork, only a bad, digital print of the original artwork and a terribly abbreviated version of it at that/5(16).
  4. No Comment is Front 's recordings 19and showcases mid 80's ebm at its best. The sounds is not as rough as that of Skinny Puppy and the sounds are not as polished as that of sunth pop bands. There are many good tracks on this album, for instance lovely day, body to body to mention a 5/5(6).
  5. Special Forces Lyrics: Mental wires are sucking our bones / See how tha insect hooks / Towers open fire / Burning the records / Please enter the garden / The green garden of delights / No more trouble.
  6. Sep 30,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Front - No comment - 01 - commando mix YouTube Space Safari ¦ XXVIII ¦ Synthwave Chillwave Mix - Duration: Sequencer Recommended for you.
  7. Front Front Special Forces Mental wires are sucking our bones See how tha insect hooks Towers open fire Burning the records Please enter the garden The green garden of delights No more trouble No more answers No mer songs of joy The sugeon plies the steel If we do well, we shall Drink the juice and eat the pill From red insects we dissect.
  8. The other side of No Comment (following the vinyl tracklist) contains some of Front 's catchiest EBM "synthpop" songs, from the sarcastically upbeat "Lovely Day" to the rising paranoid madness of "Special Forces," presenting the more personal side of the band. The attention to odd background details is still a defining feature and the mixing.

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