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Release date: 2002
Style: Gothic industrial metal


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01. Automatic Lover
02. Universal Race
03. Episode
04. Play
05. Superdrive
06. Let You Down
07. Starlit
08. Envision
09. Flickerlight
10. Liquid Man
11. Motion

Reviews (2)
Lyrics (11)

Additional info
Bonus track on the limited edition:
12. You Keep Me Hanging On (The Supremes cover) (03:59)

Re-released in 2009 with 3 bonus tracks:
12. You Keep Me Hanging On (The Supremes cover) (03:59)
13. Let You Down (Remix) (05:52)
14. Motion (Funker Vogt Remix) (05:48)

This is the band's last electronic / techno album before going back toward a more metal sound.

Guest review by
John P. Dunphy

We, as a race fear change? vehemently. We as, for lack of a better term, metal heads, are particularly afraid, it seems. Whether or not you want to say that bands like Paradise Lost, Metallica or Ulver 'sold out? or just wanted to try something different, these discussions continue with each subsequent release that does not embody the ?original? or 'srue? sound.

published 03.09.2003 | Comments (4)

Staff review by

Ok first of all I must say I don't even know why I'm writing this review, because this album is far from being metal, but still in most record stores and magazines they are labelled as metal. That makes me wonder what kind of metal I must categorise this into? Techno/Pop metal maybe? Well for me it's not metal and others can categorise this however they want. I think the only reason I decided to write this review was to bash the band because no band have ever made me so disappointed before (thinking of their great old releases like Aegis).

published 20.08.2004 | Comments (28)

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Wishmaster - 17.08.2010 at 21:39  
  Enjoyable but this is not ToT.
DoommyThrashcan - 21.12.2012 at 20:17  
  Its reasonable that sometimes bands need to move on into a new style but this wasn't something i expected even though i listened to the Musique album . yet this is more acceptable than the previous one although i don't sort it out as metal

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