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Where Angels Fear... Import

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Audio-CD, Import, 27. Juli 2001
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  • Audio CD (27. Juli 2001)
  • Anzahl Disks/Tonträger: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Metropolis
  • ASIN: B000005OOS
  • Weitere Ausgaben: MP3-Download
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Disk: 1

  1. Gargantua
  2. Decomposed (Trampled)
  3. Sacrilege
  4. Bring To A Boil
  5. Virtually Hopeless
  6. Coward (Submerged)
  7. Ruthless
  8. Afterglow
  9. Battered States Of Euphoria
  10. Abominations Unleashed
  11. Dead Days
  12. Atom Smasher
  13. Power Struggle
  14. Sacrilege (Grimpen Ward)


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Format: Audio CD
Auf diesem Album beweisen die Brüder aus Texas ein unglaubliches Geschick von Elektronik und Emotionen. Dabei überzeugen sie gerade durch Ihre Ambivalenz. So gehen harte Beats und verstörende Strukturen Hand in Hand mit harmonischen Synthieflächen. Man schwelgt zwischen fließender Ausgeglichenheit und unkontrollierter Wut.

Thematisch geht man dabei typische Mentallo-wege. Tranzendente Erfahrungen, Spiritualität aber auch gesellschaftliche Wirrungen und allgemeine religiöse Fragen spielen eine Rolle.

Technisch werden dabei zum Glück keine neuen Wege begangen: Dass Mentallo & The Fixer auf ein relativ nostalgisches Equipment zurückgreifen, bringt auch hier wieder eine sehr persönliche Note aus technischer Sicht heraus.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen electronic delight 11. Mai 2001
Von D. M. MATALLIN - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is the only cd by this band i own, but I suppose i will buy more. When I first listened to it I recognised the electronic sounds were wonderfull but I didn't love it at first. Now I think it's a very beautifully crafted album, which sounds agressive and delightful depending on the moment and the mood. The album begins with a rather chaotic instrumental song, 'Gargantua', which acts as a sort of intro. 'Decomposed' is one of the best songs here and settles the main characteristics of the whole album: distorted voice, not exactly agressive but menacing and cryptic, perfectly crafted electronics, industrial rhythms; There are many instrumental songs here, but they are not fillers at all: in fact, listening to 'Virtually Hopeless', 'Battered States of Euphoria' or 'Abominations unleashed' is a real pleasure, some of the best instrumental songs I've ever listened to. The other best songs are 'Sacrilege' (though I prefer another version not included in the cd, 'Angel of death' mix), 'Afterglow', 'Ruthless' or 'Atom Smasher'; The best of this album is that the electronics are wonderful and full of nuances but they don't sound too much cold; some guitars appear (mainly acoustic, not electric) and they add to the quality of the sound; The most agressive parts are in the song 'Bring to a Boil'; And the best of this cd is that i think this is a very good and ellegant way of how industrial (or whatever you may call it) should sound today; They are not Skinny Puppy but they are not too far behind, and in fact there're some similarities, even though Mentallo is more danceable and less experimental.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Thank goodness for Mentallo. 27. März 2005
Von Rocky IV - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Beautiful, just beautiful. An album with substance. Dark with passion. After listening to some of that mainstream kid crap like Avril or Goo-goo dolls (if you're ever at a six year old's birthday party or something) then this is exactly the type of good music you need to get that crap out of your head. A typical Mentallo & the Fixer album has to be listened to from beginning to end. Not the type of album you just pick out a couple of songs you like and skip the rest. Every song is essential in the flow of the album. Unlike many other groups, M&tF doesn't put out one song on an album that sticks out above the rest. That's not their style. Each album has it's own unique sound. Some may catch you right away, others may not really affect you. As on Algorythym I didn't really feel much from that one. It didn't really grasp me. Where Angels Fear to Tread on the other hand is probably my favorite.

If you're a fan of Wumpscut, Leather Strip, Imperative Reaction etc. then this may be just what you need. And yes, they are from Texas. Who would expect this type of music to come from there? But hey we got grapefruit, hot sauce and presidents from there, so who knows what we'll get next.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Beautiful, Chaotic, Brutal, Angelic...all this and more. 20. Dezember 1999
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Quite frankly one of the most original and overlooked industrial dance bands of the 90's. I hear modern popular industrial dance and trance bands copping alot of the stuff M&tF did way back in 93/94 on 'Revelations23' and 'Where Angels Fear to Tread'. I credit this band highly as breathing life into a dying style, far above LeatherStrip, Wumpscut, and other such forced nonsense. While all of Mentallo's releases are worthwhile, Angels is quite possibly their most revered and accomplished work...and with good reason. 90% of the CD is pure bliss: Emotive, spontaneous, raw, driving, and highly personal. The music is largely electronic, and yet breathes and pulsates like an organic entity. If you like this type of music, buy with confidence...and then buy some of their other stuff, as each full length release of theirs is entirely different, unlike many other bands out there who rehash the same stuff over and over. Look for 'Love is the Law', the final release from Mentallo & the Fixer coming this Spring2000.
5.0 von 5 Sternen in a word: euphoric 14. Januar 2005
Von heather sterman - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
the state of Texas is probably the last place you'd expect Industrial music to spring forth from, considering how several Industrial acts hail from either Chicago (Ministry), Vancouver (Skinny Puppy), or any major city in Germany (practically every band on the Zoth Ommog or Metropolis label). but this Dallas-based duo consisting of brothers Gary and Dwayne Dassing demonstrates that you don't need to hail from Europe to write music that sounds as though the apocalypse is dawning. they have taken their influences of Gary Numan, OMD, and The Cars and created a monstrous concoction of aggressive beats on tracks like 'Decomposed' and 'Virtually Hopeless', but they have also created a wonderfully beautiful soundscape in the form of 'Battered States Of Euphoria.' of all their releases, this one seems to loosen up on the rage factor more than any other album. but Mentallo And The Fixer has no intention of ever going soft. and that fills me with euphoria.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen one of greatest industrial albums ever! 16. Februar 2000
Von sevrenx - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Mentallo & the Fixer are quite possibly one of the most innovative and talented bands in the industrial genre of the 90's. "Where Angels Fear to Tread" is their best album to date. Their songs are spiritual, emotional, and hauntingly beautiful. They provide some of the most complicated and intricate musicianship in the electronic genre. Anybody who is anybody recognizes this band as one of the best. If you prefere intellectual and emotional music, you will love this CD. You don't have to be a "rivethead " or a "goth" to enjoy this masterpiece, but if you like superficial and bland music, do not buy this CD. This CD is for adventerous music listeners with an open mind and it is not for the faint of heart. Gary and Dwayne Dassing are some of the best composers around.
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