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Flesh Field - Viral Extinction (2002) Retail CD
A good album, Viral Extinction is one of the best "dancable" CD's I've bought in a long time, certainly not totally creative by any means but still fresh and lively compared to most of the bollocks that passes for alternative sound these days. The beats are nicely placed and genuinely interesting to hear, the synths well integrated and atmospheric. I think the defining factor of this CD is, however, the beautiful vocal work of Rian Miller, especially on My Saviour, a surprisingly moving song for a genre known for its bleakness and coldness. From a more energetic perspective FF serve the goodsmore… in Cyberchrist, Overload and, well... most of the other songs. The myriad of crashes, bleeps and whirrs that mark out any electro-industrial tracks are a joy to listen to. Ian Ross complements Rians voice well with the "male/female contrast vocal style" now expected on all Cds of this sort. My only complaint? Since most of these appear to be dance tracks, they seem to have been recorded with an emphasis on the beats and that can occasionally muffle the lyrics. Otherwise, an interesting album that manages to fit all the necessary criteria yet retains some sense of musical creativity.
- Flesh Field - Viral Extinction (2002) Retail CD
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