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Meat Beat Manifesto has been hailed as one of the frontrunners in the electronic music scene since 1987. Front man Jack Dangers has made sure over the years to keep from being categorized into a specific genre by continuously expanding his musical influences and overall direction of Meat Beat Manifesto. The first album was Storm The Studio which was immediately considered an industrial ... Read more in Amazon's Meat Beat Manifesto Store

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  • Audio CD (3 Feb. 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: planet mu
  • ASIN: B0015LBJ12
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 63,423 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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  6. Lonely Soldier 5:27£0.99  Buy MP3 
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By M. B. Wilson on 9 May 2008
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Due to the initial delays of UK Release this review refers to the Import version I have, which may differ slightly (the Import has the 14 listed tracks). The Planet Mu taster remix 12" (Lonely Soldier/Guns & Lovers/Hellfire)indicated some slower tracks on this release, and overall the feel is slightly more laid-back than some MBM material. Lynn Farmer's pristine live drumming melds perfectly with Jack's percussive programming, and trademark basslines and bleeps, but melodic content is far less here than on his previous "At The Centre" offering. Percussion and loops abound, with some interesting vocal samples and a couple of rap collaborations ("Young Cassius" is particularly strong with it's catchy "Tip of the tongue" rapid-fire repeat chorus). A thoughtful, yet more traditional in some ways, release from Jack and co. Fold-out artwork does the biz too, you won't find any credits to spoil the images as they are under the clear disc tray! Not really classic MBM, but a maturer MBM perhaps - so something for all die-hard fans here (though unlikely to attract any new ones). A worthy 4/5.
Addendum: The UK Planet Mu release only has 10 tracks, being: 1) I Hold The Mic!, 2) Children of Earth 3)House of Unique Stink (w Dubloner) 4)Live and Direct (live) 5) Less 6) Lonely Soldier 7) Spanish Vocoder 8) Return To Bass 9) Guns'n'Lovers 10) Hellfire (remix). Artwork is inferior quality insert, and although it is more concise (51 mins as opposed to 65) it doesn't necessarily result in a better listen. Some of the dropped US tracks were strong (Young Cassius, Solid Waste with it's Dangers political vocal) and the UK-only tracks (3,4 and 10) are less fierce/creative. However if you are a real fan you will need both versions, and it's good that Planet Mu have given any MBM material a full UK release (plus the 12" of different versions).
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
Dusteppalicious! 10 April 2008
By Kc Bradshaw - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I love this album! Best think yet, and I love the new direction. [...]

"Let's start this off by weeding out a few people. If you belong to any of the following groups, skip this review completely, and just go buy the album right now (yes, seriously):

1. Any previous Meat Beat fans
2. Fans of electronic dub, glitch, or dubstep music
3. Lovers of grimey, deep bass

Now that we have them on their way, I can get to talking about what makes Meat Beat Manifesto, and this album in particular, so interesting.

Jack Dangers, the figure-head visionary behind the group, started playing heavy, repetitive, industrial-esque music many many years ago in a country far, far away. He found his sound-style early on--with a love of Dub/Reggae, syncopated rhythms, and obscure samples--and has been refining that sound ever since. We have seen MBM move from the raw industrial sounds, to acidy electronic samples, to dub, then a quick dip into jazz, all while keeping a seriously grounded, deep reggae-like bassline and layers upon layers of funky drum patterns.

I was almost certain that Jack and Crew were going to spiral off into more of this Jazz-infused madness with their new record, but was pleasantly surprised to find Autoimmune following in the footstep of the best previous albums, but yet again, pushing new sound elements into the already perfected mixture. By adding the wicked dirty dubstep bass sounds to their palette (distinguished by the dark, gritty mood, sparse rhythms, and emphasis on bass), Meat Beat Manifesto has followed the natural course which today seems totally fitting (although was shockingly new when I first played the album).

So who really should be a fan of Meat Beat Manifesto? If you are a fan of deep, dirty funk, dub/reggae, hip hop, dubstep, or glitch; it is a must-have. Mind you, MBM is all and none of these at the same time. You will hear pieces and parts of most everything and yet if they were played alongside of any of these on a radio station, it would definately stand apart. If you however, prefer your music light, fluffy, and soft... you could probably easily skip this release and be on your way.

Okay, so all this means mostly nothing without some music right? Well, here you go... a few samples of the new album, fresh-in-stores tomorrow. Enjoy."
14 of 17 people found the following review helpful
panoply of ideas 8 April 2008
By David M. Madden - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
MBM's Jack Dangers has, from the beginning, continued to hone his panoply of ideas with each release, sometimes dedicating whole albums to just one of them (i.e. dub on In Dub, the use of his EMS Synthi 100 on R.U.O.K?). His practice makes perfect, as demonstrated on Autoimmune, a culmination of the 21-year-old MBM mythology. The hip-hop of "Young Cassius" tears apart your speakers with vocoders, spine-bending breaks and an MC (Young Cassius) tough enough to handle it; "Hellfire", "62 Dub" and "Guns `n' Lovers" feature enough bass and lugubrious backdrop sounds to make Scorn blush; MBM's trademark scratchy spoken-word samples abound, particularly on "Solid Waste" where Dangers takes his fierce, punctuating, circa 1992 raps (Satyricon) and explodes, both politically and musically, alongside baller-a$$ turntable scratches. Some artists can get away with recycling concepts, especially when said old tricks are creative light years away from anyone else on the planet.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Possibly the best Meat Beat album since Subliminal Sandwhich 29 April 2008
By David Dodson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
If RUOK took Meat Beat in the direction of modern hiphop done with access to a room full of rare vintage synthesizers, Autoimune refines that vision to a razor blade and adds a splash of everything that has made Meat Beat work from album to album. Eclectic, polished, ugly, beautiful, and soulful. Solid Waste echoes Freindly Fa$cism era Consolidated and songs like Edge Of No Control and Asbestos Lead Asbestos while other songs echo everything from Jack Dangers solo work on Important Records to strait ahead hip hop and dub. All is infused with challenging rhythms and gut shaking bass.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Mind Bending 28 Aug. 2008
By C. Grimaldi - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
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Short Review: Just Buy It!

Long Review:
I recently saw Meat Beat Manifesto (Great live show) and heard a bunch of tunes that were new to me and very mind bending. I didn't check out the merchandise area because there were about a million people around a 4 x 4 table. So once I got home I did some detective work (aka check amazon.com) and find Autoimmune. First thing I would like to say is the recording is top notch. It is pure sound. The second thing I can say is the music is very deep or rather has a lot of depth. It is the kind of music that makes your mind feel like it has expanded one thousand feet out of your head. This CD alone makes me want to buy $1000.00 headphones. With so many good MBM recordings it is hard for me to say this is the best, but as of late, it is what I listen to most when I want to experience Jack Dangers world. You will not be disappointed with this CD. I am hard pressed to say that there is one bad song. If MBM comes by your area don't miss the show. Just buy it!
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
creepy and wonderful 27 Jun. 2010
By Mills - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This album is very dissimilar from MBM's other albums. Its their first voyage into Dubstep, and it works. The whole album has a creepy feel to it, i often describe it to friends as the music i would listen to if i was high on drugs and killing people. its calming in an electronica way, but it can also incite excitement. excellent to dance to, excellent to chill to. this is actually the album that turned me on to dubstep. i recomend it strongly to anyone curious about dubstep, or anyone who already enjoys dubstep and wants to add to their collection. this is one of three albums i keep in my truck, along with "Diary of an Afro Warrior" by Benga, which is also excellent dubstep, and "Pretty Hate Machine" by NIN.
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