PTI: exhaust CD Electronic, EBM, Industrial. Check whole album, all songs (audio)

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On the heels of their 2004 Breakout Album, Blackout, PTI returns with the remix companion, Exhaust. This multi-track release features new remixes of Ivory Tower, Gone Silicon, Databass, Condemnation, IDentify and more. In addition to the remixes, Exhaust will include one previously unreleased b-side named after the album title. Remixers for Exhaust include God Module, Assemblage23, Negative Format, Flesh Field, Y-Luk-O, Z Prochek, Interface, Christ Analogue, Torrent Vaccine and more.

Label: WTII Records ‎– WTII033
Format: CD, Album    https://wtiirecords.bandcamp.com/album/exhaust
Country: US
Released: 2004
Genre: Electronic
Style: EBM, Industrial
Tracklist:
CD-1 Condemnation (MindFluxFuneral Abomination)
Remix – MindFluxFuneral
3:02
CD-2 Databass (Assemblage 23 Reconstruction)
Remix – Assemblage 23
4:54
CD-3 Zero Hour (Z Prochek Convolution)
Remix – Z Prochek
5:03
CD-4 IDentify (Christ Analogue Putrefaction)
Remix – Christ Analogue
4:43
CD-5 Databass (PTI Subversion)
Remix – PTI
4:13
CD-6 Ivory Tower (Interface Invigoration)
Remix – Interface (5)
5:33
CD-7 Exhaust 5:56
CD-8 Gone Silicon (Negative Format Molecular Disintegration)
Remix – Negative Format
6:25
CD-9 Databass (Flesh Field Infection)
Remix – Flesh Field
4:31
CD-10 Condemnation (Torrent Vaccine Contamination)
Remix – Torrent Vaccine
5:16
CD-11 Otherside (Deadliner Debasement)
Remix – Deadliner
4:28
CD-12 IDentify (Y-Luk-O Degradation)
Remix – Y-Luk-O
4:40
CD-13 Gone Silicon (Lukotyk Mutation)
Remix – Lukotyk
4:50
CD-14 Condemnation (God Module Damnation)
Remix – God Module
4:45
CD-15 IDentify (Iammynewt Treatment)
Remix – Iammynewt
4:24


Arising from the embers of the once prominent and now re-surging Chicago Electro/EBM scene come the youthful duo known as PTI. Consisting of Eric Dusik and Phil Fox, the duo has been refining their sound and redefining a style of Electro/EBM dance music that has dominated the scene since late 90s. PTI’s dual vision melds flawlessly to create a sound that walks a fine line between beauty and something a whole lot harder.