Generated X-ed* - Protest And Survive CD PROMO Earache. mosh 226 cdpro. Promotional CD in card sleeve. Industrial. Check videos
Generated X-ed* - Protest And Survive CD PROMO Earache. mosh 226 cdpro. Promotional CD in card sleeve. Industrial. Check videos
Generated X-ed* - Protest And Survive CD PROMO Earache. mosh 226 cdpro. Promotional CD in card sleeve. Industrial. Check videos

Generated X-ed* – Protest And Survive CD PROMO Earache. mosh 226 cdpro. Promotional CD in card sleeve. Industrial. Check audio.

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Generated X-ed*  Protest And Survive
Label: Earache – MOSH 226 CDPRO
Format: CD, Album, Promo w DIGITAL IMAGES+PHOTOS
Country: UK
Released: 1999
Genre: Electronic
Style: Techno, Drum n Bass, Industrial   https://www.amazon.co.uk/Protest-Survive-Generation-X-ed/dp/B000025F8N
Tracklist:
1 L.S.D. Recharge 3:53
2 My Riot 5:59
3 Silversurfa Vs. ThaBomb 3:03
4 Rock ‘n’ Roll Terrorist 3:16
5 Industrial Is Dead 6:42
6 Stammheim 2:19
7 Teach Ya Hate By Goya 5:08
8 I Take The ‘F’ Out Of My Life 4:35
9 Die Kinder Sind Allein 6:41
10 Protest And Survive 5:42
11 Rock ‘n’ Roll Terrorist (Directors.Cutrmx) 9:25
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Promotional CD w DIGITAL IMAGES+PHOTOS in card sleeve.

Generated X-ed* – Protest And Survive CD PROMO w DIGITAL IMAGES+PHOTOS Earache


Most reminiscent of Atari Teenage Riot, the German group known as Generated X-Ed could be even more extreme, musically and thematically. In fact, songs like “LSD Recharge” and “My Riot” are downright anarchical. Though the productions aren’t done quite as well as Alec Empire‘s, fans of ATR will find much to enjoy here.


5.0 out of 5 stars Best Death Metal/Speedcore Out There
The Berzerker has a unique drummer that plays like no one i have ever herd in my life… He plays so incredebly fast that it sounds pretty impossible, For example.. My friend likes punk and he dont like Death so i made him hear The Berzerker and he tried to find every trick he can think which were all impossible… Face it this drummer does it all with his arms and legs.
The Guitar riffs are just brutal and fast.. they add lots of energy and speed to the band. Although there are some songs as February and Cannibal Rights that go abit easy… Nevertheless, there is very fast guitar riffs.
The Bass in this album is quite special… Due to the very heavy strings the bassist uses, you get a very background effect which puts everything together and a deep sound, in some songs you also get a nice filthy type of sound.
As For the vocals, they are both so perfect, the bassist has a nice deep sound and ruffy too, and as for the lead vocalist Luke, he takes care of the high pitch tones and midway tones, they both work well as one. If you like Morbid Angel, youll like these guys and you might probably like em better.
My personal favorites (they are all incredibly amazing):
Forever
Cannibal-Rights
Slit Down
February
(remember they are all amazing)