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Fear Factory

Type:
Compilation
Release date:
April 7th, 2003
Catalog ID:
RR 8398-2
Label:
Roadrunner Records
Format:
CD
Reviews:
1 review (avg. 45%)
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2. Frequency 03:01   Show lyrics
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3. Demolition Racer 00:50   Show lyrics
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4. Machine Debaser 04:17   instrumental
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5. Invisible Wounds (The Suture Mix) 03:36   Show lyrics
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6. Resurrection (T.L.A. Big Rock Mix) 04:04   Show lyrics
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7. Edgecrusher (Urban Assault Mix) 04:34   Show lyrics
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8. Descent (Falling Deeper Mix) 04:37   Show lyrics
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9. Body Hammer (Colin Richardson Mix) 05:10   Show lyrics
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10. Zero Signal (Colin Richardson Mix) 05:41   Show lyrics
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11. Cars (Numanoid Mix) 03:41   Show lyrics
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12. Dark Bodies (demo) 04:00   Show lyrics
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13. Replica (live) 04:00   Show lyrics
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14. Cyberdyne 04:29  
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15. Refueled 04:37   Show lyrics
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16. Transgenic 05:43   Show lyrics
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17. Manic Cure 05:08  
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18. New Breed (Spoetnik Mix) 03:53   Show lyrics
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Miscellaneous staff
Monte Conner Compiled
George Marino (R.I.P. 2012) Mastering
Ted Jensen Mastering
Dave McKean Design, Illustrations
Caroline Greyshock Photography (band)
Rebecca Waterfall Design
Monte Conner Compiled
George Marino (R.I.P. 2012) Mastering
Ted Jensen Mastering
Dave McKean Design, Illustrations
Caroline Greyshock Photography (band)
Rebecca Waterfall Design
Read These tracks weren't used... 45% Deliverance October 15th, 2004

A collection of rare, unreleased and remixed tracks

Recording information:

Track 1 recorded in 2002 for the video game "Terminator: Dawn Of Fate".
Produced and mixed by Rick Will.
Additionnal production by Fear Factory.

Track 2 recorded in 2001, four months after "Digimortal" was completed. Recorded for the game "Frequency", and appears on the "Linchpin" single.
Produced by Fear Factory.
Engineered by Duane Barron.
Mixed by Mike Plotnikoff and Dino Cazares.

Tracks 3 & 4 were recorded in June 1999 for the video game "Demolition Racer".
Produced by David Tickle and Fear Factory.

Track 5 is a radio remix of "Invisible Wounds (Dark Bodies)" by Rhys Fulber. The original version appears on "Digimortal"

Track 6 is a radio edit of "Resurrection" by Tom Lord-Alge. The original version appears on "Obsolete".

Track 7 is a remix of "Edgecrusher" by Rhys Fulber.
Engineered by Junkie XL.

Track 8 is a remix of "Descent" by Junkie XL.
Engineered by Junkie XL.

Tracks 9-10 are alternate mixes of "Body Hammer" and "Zero Signal", off the "Demanufacture" album, by Colin Richardson. Those versions were scrapped as Greg Reely was eventually hired to remix the album.
Produced and mixed by Colin Richardson.

Track 11 is an alternate mix of "Cars", with only Gary Numan singing.
Produced by Rhys Fulber & Fear Factory.
Additionnal production by Greg Reely.
Mixed by Greg Reely, Rhys Fulber & Dino Cazares".

Track 12 is an earlier incarnation of "Invisible Wounds (Dark Bodies)", recorded around 1999-2000.
Produced by Fear Factory.

Track 13 recorded at the Desert Sky Pavillon, Phoenix, AZ, October 25th, 1996.
Produced by Fear Factory & Thom Panunzio.
Mixed by Thom Panunzio & John Aguto.

Track 14 and 15 are remixes of "H-K (Hunter-Killer)" by Junkie XL. Originally appeared on the "Burn" EP.

Track 16 is a Gabber remix of "New Breed" by Technohead. Originally appeared on the "Burn" EP. Also appeared on 12" single The Gabber Mixes, as "New Breed (Steel Gun Mix)".

Track 17 is a Gabber remix of many songs off "Demanufacture" by DJ Dano and Liza N Eliaz. Originally appeared on The Gabber Mixes.

Track 18 is a remix of "New Breed" by Spoetnik, as the title says.

Tracks 14-18 were supposed to appear on remix album "Remanufacture", but were cut due to material overload.

Tracks 1, 6, 9, 10, 11, 12, 18 are previously unreleased.

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