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Trust

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Deep Velevt
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Illusion
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The Ring
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Percusex
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Rise
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Watching You
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Infectus
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Trust
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Total Tracks: 8   Total Length: 47:27

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To see what you do

HoytSchermerhorn

Yes this one was on Nettwerk, as were a couple of other C&C releases. They also had some on Wax Trax! I think they all were licensed from CTI. Also Steven R. Gilmore did the art work for this release, as well as others on Nettwerk, including many Skinny Puppy releases. And yes this is a great album that holds up very well 20 years later.

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cold 80s

40below

Very late '80s, lots of stiff primitive electronic beats, reverbed horns, and cold creepiness. A prototypical Nettwerk release (I don't know if it was released on that label or not, but it sounds and looks like it). Also, Deep Velvet has some slightly supressed sexual overtones, and Infectus has lots of coital female moaning, the soundtrack to your amateur porno to upload to Redtube or wherever! A good ol' horndog of an industrial tune, yea!

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