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Digimortal

Fear Factory

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
April 24th, 2001
Catalog ID:
RR 8561-2
Label:
Roadrunner Records
Format:
CD
Reviews:
10 reviews (avg. 61%)
1. What Will Become? 03:23   Show lyrics
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2. Damaged 03:03   Show lyrics
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3. Digimortal 03:02   Show lyrics
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4. No One 03:37   Show lyrics
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5. Linchpin 03:25   Show lyrics
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6. Invisible Wounds (Dark Bodies) 03:55   Show lyrics
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7. Acres of Skin 03:56   Show lyrics
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8. Back the Fuck Up 03:09   Show lyrics
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9. Byte Block 05:20   Show lyrics
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10. Hurt Conveyor 03:41   Show lyrics
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11. (Memory Imprints) Never End 06:50   Show lyrics
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Band members
Burton C. Bell Vocals, Lyrics
Dino Cazares Guitars
Christian Olde Wolbers Bass
Raymond Herrera Drums
Guest/Session
B-Real Vocals (additional) (track 8)
Jordan Plotnikoff Child's vocals (track 1)
John Bechdel Keyboards, Programming
Rhys Fulber Keyboards, Programming
Miscellaneous staff
Oscar Ramirez Engineering (assistant)
Huey Dee Pre-production
John Anonymous Pre-production
George Marino (R.I.P. 2012) Mastering, Editing
Toby Yod Art direction, Design
Tom Jermann Art direction, Design
Reggie Boyd Engineering (guitars), Technician
Michael Blue Technician
Derek England Engineering (assistant)
Greg Collins Engineering, Technician
Robert Breen Engineering (assistant)
Mike Plotnikoff Mixing, Final design, Technical recording engineer
Paul Silveira Engineering (Child's vocals) (track 1)
Neil Zlozower Photography
B-Real Composed track 8, Editing (track 5)
Rhys Fulber Producer, Calibrated
Bob Marlette Editing (vocals) (track 6)
B-Real Vocals (additional) (track 8)
Jordan Plotnikoff Child's vocals (track 1)
John Bechdel Keyboards, Programming
Rhys Fulber Keyboards, Programming
Oscar Ramirez Engineering (assistant)
Huey Dee Pre-production
John Anonymous Pre-production
George Marino (R.I.P. 2012) Mastering, Editing
Toby Yod Art direction, Design
Tom Jermann Art direction, Design
Reggie Boyd Engineering (guitars), Technician
Michael Blue Technician
Derek England Engineering (assistant)
Greg Collins Engineering, Technician
Robert Breen Engineering (assistant)
Mike Plotnikoff Mixing, Final design, Technical recording engineer
Paul Silveira Engineering (Child's vocals) (track 1)
Neil Zlozower Photography
B-Real Composed track 8, Editing (track 5)
Rhys Fulber Producer, Calibrated
Bob Marlette Editing (vocals) (track 6)
Read Sounds Like Someone's... 50% mikeald November 8th, 2011
Read Amusing at best. 40% PluviaSomniums October 4th, 2007
Read I have to confess... 82% MikeyC January 20th, 2007
Read FF's swansong...almost 93% raZe August 7th, 2004
Read One good song 15% Vim_Fuego August 6th, 2004
Read MIDGET METAL!! 80% heavymetalvixen January 21st, 2004
Read Hmmm... Not bad for a... 70% Tmansdc November 19th, 2003
Read Dust Collector...RRAAAAAA 41% Metalli_Priest October 8th, 2003
Read Ummm....I'm not sure on... 67% Thrash_Till_Death February 5th, 2003
Read The Swansong 73% Colonel_Kurtz October 29th, 2002

Released on Jewelcase CD, Digipak CD and Tape Format.

Recorded at Ocean Studio, September 30 - November 4, Burbank, CA, 2000.
Mixed at Sol 7 Studio, Sherman Oaks, CA, November 11 - December 6, 2000.
Child's vox on "What Will Become?" installed and recorded at Armoury Studios, Vancouver, B.C.
EQ enhancements, dissection ans composition at Sterling Sound, New York, NY.
Theories of operation and pre-production enabled by Fear Factory and Rhys Fulber on site at "The Fear Factory Divison", central Los Angeles.
Independent pre-production engineered at Studio Dee, Glendale, CA.

Digipack version Bonus Tracks:
12. Dead Man Walking [3:17]
13. Strain Vs. Resistance [3:25]
14. Repentance [2:40]
15. Full Metal Contact [2:29]

"Full Metal Contact" was created for the Video Game Demolition Racer for Playstation.

A music video was made for "Linchpin."

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