ClassicalPopRockElectronicHip-hopJazzReggaeNot musicCountry and WorldFunkStageMilitaryBluesFor childrenLatinOther
» » L A M - Balance Of Terror EP
L A M - Balance Of Terror EP album download

Performer:

L A M

Title:

Balance Of Terror EP

Genre:

Electronic

MP3 album size:

1550 mb

Other music formats:

MP1 VQF AC3 MP2 WAV VOC ADX

Rating:

4.8 ✱

Style:

Techno, Electro

Country:

US

Date of release:

1992

L A M - Balance Of Terror EP album download

Tracklist

Radius Of Infliction 2:48
Nuclear Facelift 3:46
Meltdown 1:11
Hostile Bacteria 3:41
Toxic TV 4:01
Death Toll 3:23

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
HW004 L A M* Balance Of Terror EP ‎(12", EP) Hardwax HW004 US 1992
HW004 L A M* Balance Of Terror EP ‎(12", EP, W/Lbl) Hardwax HW004 US 1992
HW-004 L.A.M. Balance Of Terror EP ‎(12", EP, RP) Hardwax HW-004 US 1996
C#33c-d L.A.M. Balance Of Terror ‎(12", RE) Clone C#33c-d Netherlands 2003
C#33c-d L.A.M. Balance Of Terror ‎(12", RE, W/Lbl) Clone C#33c-d Netherlands 2003
C#33c-d L.A.M. Balance Of Terror ‎(7xFile, FLAC, RE) Clone C#33c-d Netherlands 2007
C#33c-d L.A.M. Balance Of Terror ‎(7xFile, MP3, RE, 320) Clone C#33c-d Netherlands 2007
C#33CD L A M* Balance Of Terror ‎(12", RE, RM) Clone C#33CD Netherlands 2016
C#33C-D LAM* Balance Of Terror ‎(7xFile, ALAC, RE, RM) Clone C#33C-D Netherlands 2017



referencing Balance Of Terror EP, 12", EP, HW004. Just read that Jeff Mills loved playing Radius of Infliction so much that he had Gerald Donald sign his copy of the record. Reply Notify me Helpful. None of those quite reach the level of fury exposed on "Balance Of Terror", however. And while the EP is as "hard" as electronic music can ever get, it never never resembles the lifeless, ever so cool machine pounding of more reknown "hard" acts like Surgeon, Sonar, or Scorn, but it's very humanely emotional, and there's even a spark of humour (if sarcastical) in the tracks. Never forget that this contrasting quality was a huge part of what made Drexciya so special.

Balance Of Terror EP ‎(12", EP, RP). Hardwax.

Прослушать Скачать 04:52. Прослушать Скачать 04:35. Прослушать Скачать 04:30. Прослушать Скачать 02:15. Прослушать Скачать 01:11. Meltdown (Balance of terror EP ). Прослушать Скачать 01:49.

Balance of Terror" is the fourteenth episode of the first season of the American science fiction television series, Star Trek. Written by Paul Schneider and directed by Vincent McEveety, it first aired on December 15, 1966. The episode introduces the fictional Star Trek race, the Romulans. Mark Lenard, playing the Romulan commander, makes his first of many Star Trek appearances.

balance of terror ep (1992). 04 - hostile bacteria. 02 - nuclear facelift. 01 - radius of infliction.

Nettale
Just read that Jeff Mills loved playing Radius of Infliction so much that he had Gerald Donald sign his copy of the record.
Nikok
Andrew Weatheral loves Toxic TV as remember this being in one of his mixes from around that time! Outstanding tune! Oldschool 80s acid Chicago beats taken somewhere else... And yes its 2017 ...Ps Death Toll is another level thus/whence ;)
Grinin
Amazing early Drexciya record on Robert Hood's legendary Hardwax imprint. Although the Clone reissue is well worth having for the extra track, I think the original Hardwax NSC pressing better suits the sound.
DrayLOVE
This is one of the earliest records released by the Drexciya duo; the only one under the Life After Mutation alias. It was first released back in '92. Their sound was much more agressive and energetic back then, compared to their later work under the Drexciya name. The re-release on Clone features an extra track. I just love the contrast in styles they have produced over the years. This record obviously is the hardest of them all, it is an absolute must have for all Drexciya fans worldwide.
Munimand
A must-have for any Drexciya collector. The tracks burst with anger and aggression, and the titles give clues as to where the aggression stems from. By the way the drums are used, you'll immediately recognize this EP as forerunner of Drexciya tracks like "Darthouven Fish Men" and "Devil Ray Cove" and the Japanese Telecom smasher "Kubi". None of those quite reach the level of fury exposed on "Balance Of Terror", however. And while the EP is as "hard" as electronic music can ever get, it never never resembles the lifeless, ever so cool machine pounding of more reknown "hard" acts like Surgeon, Sonar, or Scorn, but it's very humanely emotional, and there's even a spark of humour (if sarcastical) in the tracks. Never forget that this contrasting quality was a huge part of what made Drexciya so special. There are two versions: the rarer original edition has a silver label with track titles, and the still available re-issue has a golden label without titles. The music is the same on both; I couldn't hear a difference in sound quality, either.
Celak
You can hear the anger and aggression on this https://www.discogs.com/Drexciya-Drexciya-3-Molecular-Enhancement/master/483 ;)

MP3 FLAC related to L A M - Balance Of Terror EP