Exorcism

Bombardier

Exorcism
Performed By Bombardier
Album UPC 887516940248
CD Baby Track ID 10731400
Label Low Res Records
Released 1999-02-01
BPM 137
Rated 0
ISRC uscgj1337830
ISWC T9104461203
Year 1999
Spotify Plays 15
Songtrust Track ID 29335
Writers
Writer Jason Joel Snell
Songwriter ID 6900
PRO ASCAP
Pub Co CD Baby Publishing
Composer Jason Joel Snell
Clearance Sync & All Media Uses
Publisher Admin CD Baby Publishing
Rights Controlled Master and Publishing
Rights One-Stop: Master + 100% Publishing
Original/Cover/Public Domain original
Country United States - California - SF

Description

One of the pioneering albums of the late 90's that shaped and influence the breakcore sound for the decade to come.

Notes

Reviews:

Moody industrial, with fierce jungle flavour on the bass lines and some sick gritty acid tones combine for some of the dopest stuff I've encountered on the domestic front in a while. Low Res with the assistance of Bombardier has made its mark as one of the up and comers in the American hardcore.

-Deadly Buda (Deadly Systems)


Four track outta San Francisco, by way of Detroit's Low Res posse. A-side opens up with a thoroughly damaged tech-step sounding beast. It kicks off with a nice bassline intro which means you can slip into the mix with minimal crowding. Bleed from the phenomenal Cris D'Agonie mix follows. B-side takes things in a different direction, Machine is softer, but still down with the devil. Tortured choirs suffer over beats that sound snapped rather than broken. Closing things out is a slice of beatless hell called Exorcism... see you in the flames.

-DJ Fishead (Northern Hardcorps, Massive Magazine, Activated Magazine)

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