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Release date: 14 July 2005
Style: Post-Punk , Industrial , Experimental

Rating:

8 | 3 votes

Owners:

4 have it
1 wants it


Disc I [CD]
01. (Not Adam)
02. Mon agonie douce
03. Aladdin Reverse
04. Miracle
05. Don't Want Me Anymore
06. Blessed Evening
07. Pareidolia
08. Thrush [feat. Jennifer Charles]
09. Time Marches On
10. How To Vibrate

Disc II [DVD] [bonus]
01. Blessed Evening
02. (Not Adam)
03. How To Vibrate
04. Mon agonie douce
05. Foetus In Excelsis Corruptus Deluxe - I'll Meet You In Poland Baby
06. Rotoskop - Maria Magdalene [vocals by J.G. Thirlwell)
+ J.G. Thirlwell - The Venture Brothers Trailer #1
+ J.G .Thirlwell - The Venture Brothers Trailer #2
+ J.G. Thirlwell - The Venture Brothers Trailer #3
+ J.G. Thirlwell - The Venture Brothers Trailer #4
+ J.G. Thirlwell - The Venture Brothers Trailer #5
+ A Foetus Life: A Documentary on J.G.Thirlwell Trailer #1
+ The Foetus Symphony Orchestra - A Foetus Life: A Documentary on J.G. Thirlwell Trailer #2

Review

Staff review by
jupitreas

Rating:
9.0
Foetus is in a world of his own and has been there for the last quarter of a century. Although his eccentric style has been vastly influential for dozens of bands (the most notable of which is NIN and the entire industrial-rock genre), JG Thirlwell's music still remains unique and incomparable to anything else out there. With this said, Foetus has run himself into a bit of a dead end by the late 90s but luckily resurfaced again in 2001 with the superb "Flow". "Love" is the first Foetus LP since that time and luckily Thirlwell is still in top form and delivers one of the most interesting albums of 2005.

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