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Evil Music For Evil People | Survival Sounds Remixes

by Treponem Pal

Evil Music For Evil People | Survival Sounds Remixes by Treponem Pal

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Evil Music For Evil People | Survival Sounds Remixes

by Treponem Pal

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Label: Juste Une Trace
Dear Korn, Rob Zombie, Ministry, and any other metal acts itching to get club-remixed: Here's how you do it right. These 10 tracks retool eight from this French band's 2012 dub-headbang masterpiece Survival Sounds, and, starting with Asian Dub Foundation's Malcolm X-sampling "Survival Dub," they only make the groove echo deeper. "Punish Waltz" totters drunk, "Runaway Far West" wanders disoriented in a storm and "Riot Nasty Dance" dances wildstyle in the jungle; the rest ranges from "Planet Rock" to heavy PiL, but never loses its down-and-dirty Paris-via-Kingston gypsy-metal gravitas.

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Dear Korn, Rob Zombie, Ministry, and any other metal acts itching to get club-remixed: Here's how you do it right. These 10 tracks retool eight from this French band's 2012 dub-headbang masterpiece Survival Sounds, and, starting with Asian Dub Foundation's Malcolm X-sampling "Survival Dub," they only make the groove echo deeper. "Punish Waltz" totters drunk, "Runaway Far West" wanders disoriented in a storm and "Riot Nasty Dance" dances wildstyle in the jungle; the rest ranges from "Planet Rock" to heavy PiL, but never loses its down-and-dirty Paris-via-Kingston gypsy-metal gravitas.

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About This Album

Dear Korn, Rob Zombie, Ministry, and any other metal acts itching to get club-remixed: Here's how you do it right. These 10 tracks retool eight from this French band's 2012 dub-headbang masterpiece Survival Sounds, and, starting with Asian Dub Foundation's Malcolm X-sampling "Survival Dub," they only make the groove echo deeper. "Punish Waltz" totters drunk, "Runaway Far West" wanders disoriented in a storm and "Riot Nasty Dance" dances wildstyle in the jungle; the rest ranges from "Planet Rock" to heavy PiL, but never loses its down-and-dirty Paris-via-Kingston gypsy-metal gravitas.