Album: "Cyber Relations" (1995)
Label: Furnace
Style: Electro industrial
Songs: 12


Reviewed by: Darklight

There is nothing new to be found here. You get catchy electronic beats and rhythms and very distorted vocals. There are a lot of samples included in each of the songs as well. All of the songs tend to sound the same. That's not a bad thing because they are all very good. But a little more variety would have made this album even better. But what I'm most pleased and surprised with is that out of twelve songs, the last song "The Birth" is the only instrumental to be found here. It's rare for an electro industrial band such as this one to have vocals on every song. I give the band credit for this. One of my favorite songs on the album is "Your Life". This song includes both male and female vocals, and is extremely catchy. I'm disappointed that this is the only song that included female vocals. I feel that if female vocals were used on a lot more of the songs, this album would have been a lot better. But this is still a great electro industrial album, with very good songs all the way through. But it is a bit dark and moody for the dance floor.