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Name:Filter Title of Record 1999

Total Size: 393.13 MB

Magnet: Magnet Link

Seeds: 0

Leechers: 2

Stream: Watch Online @ Movie4u

Last Updated: 2015-09-29 02:00:03 (Update Now)

Torrent added: 2009-08-24 00:20:22





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Track11.flac (Size: 393.13 MB) (Files: 16)

 Track11.flac

42.04 MB

 Track10.flac

37.96 MB

 Track09.flac

44.41 MB

 Track08.flac

25.72 MB

 Track07.flac

39.49 MB

 Track06.flac

41.97 MB

 Track05.flac

32.20 MB

 Track04.flac

33.23 MB

 Track03.flac

37.25 MB

 Track02.flac

55.86 MB

 Track01.flac

2.30 MB

 Title of Record.cue

1.59 KB

 Filter.log

4.39 KB

 [AllCDCovers]_filter_title_of_record_1999_retail_cd-front.jpg

201.57 KB

 [AllCDCovers]_filter_title_of_record_1999_retail_cd-cd.jpg

177.72 KB

 [AllCDCovers]_filter_title_of_record_1999_retail_cd-back.jpg

331.57 KB
 

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Filter\'s 1995 debut Short Bus broke through at the exact moment when Nine Inch Nails soundalikes began dominating the modern rock charts. Filter had more credit to their sound than any of their peers -- their leader Richard Patrick had played in the touring incarnation of NIN. Nevertheless, many critics had written the band off as one-hit wonders with the crossover single \"Hey Man, Nice Shot\" being their one shot at glory. Since it took them four years to deliver the followup Title of Record, it could appear to the casual observer that the delay was proof positive that the band was a flash in the pan, but the album itself proves them wrong. If anything, it\'s a stronger album than its predecessor, with more sonic details and stronger songwriting. Title of Record is still firmly within the industrial-metal tradition -- parts of it sound like it could have been on Short Bus, actually -- but it\'s surprising how often Patrick bends the rules. There\'s trippy neo-psychedelic pop vocals that close \"Captain Bligh,\" and even when the music rages (which it does throughout the record), there are subtle differences in tension and dynamics that keep it fresh and engaging throughout. It is true that Filter sound a little out of place within the modern rock world of 1999, where the aggro-metal is rooted in hip-hop not industrial, but that doesn\'t mean that Title of Record isn\'t a strong album on its own merits, according to the rules of its genre.

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