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Angelspit Audio CD
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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To say Angelspit is "cutting edge" is an understatement. Their music throws the listener in the middle of a war zone. Their live shows ARE a war zone. Their design and fashion is fierce. Their photography is visually arresting. Their artwork is bold striking. Angelspit have blazed a path lures their audience into something dark, horrific and beautifully menacing.
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  • Audio CD (30 Jan 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Dancing Ferret Discs
  • ASIN: B000KRN2IA
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 136,100 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. A La Mode, A La Mort
2. Vena Cava
3. Elixir
4. 100%
5. Juicy
6. Flesh Stitched Onto A Frame
7. Make You Sin
8. Get Even
9. Dead Letter
10. Black Wine
11. Scars And Stripes
12. Create Desire
13. Wolf
14. Wreak Havoc

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 'Vex sealed with spit' 28 July 2009
Format:MP3 Download
Angelspit are an industrial band from Austrailia. This is their debut album (not counting EP 'Nurse Grenade and what a debut it is.

1. A La Mode, A La Mort - Pretty average to be honest. Not bad to listen to but nothing memorable. 6/10

2. Vena Cava - begins with an ear shattering synth unlike anything I ever heard before. Builds up with a stomping beat before exploding into hateful lyrics spat out by ZooG (the male half of this duo) backed up wonderfully by Destroyx (the female member). Try not to tap your foot or sing 'the doctor is in...!' I don't think you'll be able to resist. 9/10

3. Elixir - Harsh and thumping but then what song of Angelspit's isn't? Destroyx's screams of pain are perfect in this song. 7/10

4. 100% - a good single and catchy, with grabbing lyrics (that are very easy to memorize). Instrumentation isn't as clever as the rest, but you'll be too much paying attention to Destroyx's perfectly venom laced voice to notice. A line in this song sums up the whole album: 'I want you to f*** off as hard as you can' 7/10

5. Juicy - a very sexual song without being totally different from the rest of the album. Great and almost creepy, but it time to grow. 7/10

6. Flesh Stiched Onto A Frame - Kind of an interlude which seems to be nothing more than some tambourine shaking and perhaps a sitar or other strings being plucked. Not very interesting and a little odd. (thus it has no rating from me)

7. Make You Sin - A highlight. Sick synth riffs and easily the most danceable song on here. Wouldn't go out of place at a party. Fantastic. 'Krank it up!' 9/10

8. Get Even - Angry angry angry. A song about affairs with a twist. Great vocal teamwork from the two. Perhaps 30 seconds too long, but not a major problem.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A thinking-mans Combichrist 24 Sep 2008
Format:Audio CD
Krankhaus, the debut album from Angelspit, is not for the faint of heart. Powerful electronic beats accompany the fantastic duet vocals of Amelia and Karl, which blend together is such perfect harmony you wonder why other bands aren't trying it so readily. Amelia in particular gives a fantastic performance on all songs, and goes a long way to breaking the stereotype that 'girls can't growl'. Yes they can, and as this album readily proves, they do it superbly!

The songs themselves seem built for the dance-floor, full of memorable beats and catchy tunes, yet the lyrics have a complexity and brilliance not found in your average dance track. Eloquent verses bridge the dancefloor-chorus's wonderfully, and give each song a unique theme, ranging from drugs, revenge, devil worship to cannibalism!

A killer debut album, and a must-have for fans of industrial dance and EBM.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Nasty and sexy 29 Aug 2008
Format:Audio CD
Electro punk from Australia. Blistering beats, technical yet accessible programming, heaps of aggression and an entertaining delivery. The vocals are shouted/chanted at you in an engaging and somewhat threatening fashion, yet there is dark pop sensibility in their songs. Perfectly suited to industrial/electro dancefloors everywhere but intelligent enough for home/car listening too. This rocks.
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2.0 out of 5 stars I WANT MY MONEY BACK (THAT'S WHAT I WANT). 16 April 2009
Format:Audio CD
You may have noted the little play on lyrics from a certain song by short lived experimental band the 'Flying Lizards' in the title of my review, and anyone who remembers the one hit wonder 'I Want Money (That's what I want)' will feel an uncomfortable déjà vu roll up their spines when they here the vocals on this gothy, industro, cyperpunky, mish-mash of blackened oddments. Below I've listed the reasons to love and hate this grizzly chunk of tunes - hope they help anyone who is more of a realist and doesn't pee their little adolescent pants at anything slightly riskay.

- Some of the loops and sounds used in here are really accomplished and could stand well on their own.
- The overall sound of this (and all Angelspit) albums are suitably jarring and dark giving a truly sleazy underground feeling that again can stand up on it's own.

- The vox (especially the I WANT MONEY sounding fem vocals) are hideous - truly monotone and pathetic sounding and really drag the accomplished synths into the mud.
- The beats are a tad uninspired (but suitable).
- The lyrics are 5% inspired 95% adolescent angsty rebellious tosh (totally Poppy Z. Brite style pap) and I don't know how old the singers/songwirters are, but if they are over 20 years of age they should get real. I heard 'shocking' stuff in a similar vein when I was in my teens and I think that was the last time it impressed me - now I realize my mum and dad's sighs where justified boredom not shocked awe at my supreme spotty darkness!! sad.
- As an entire package It all feels cheap.
- The limp vocals hardly enforce the point of the dire lyrics - if your trying to sound dark, intellectual and cool then this is the exact opposite of how to go about it.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I love the beats on these tracks! 6 May 2007
By Y. Mejia - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I really enjoyed this CD and I'm very particular when it comes to industrial music. When I need to get pumped up in the morning I always pop this CD in. I love the lyrics too, they really bring out somewhat of a sexual, adrenaline rush. Its a really good buy!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars 100%!!! 29 Feb 2008
By J. Blue - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I first discovered Angelspit on a hair website that Destroyx used to run. I sampled some of their music and found it to be pretty intense in a good way. I was surprised to find their CD in my local mall; I didn't think they had hit the states yet. Anyway, I bought it.

The tunes differ from one track to the next. Unlike most industrial albums (well, most albums in general), where the beats and vocals get monotonous by the 5th song, Angelspit has a unique way of doing just the opposite. I credit it to the fact that with some songs, Destroyx's vocals are the most prominent, while on others, ZooG's are. Also, their song subjects are the most interesting I've heard. I have had the CD for a few months and have yet to get bored with it. I'm very taken with the fact that they explore "industrial medicine" with their music and with their choice in clothing.

I find Krankhaus to be a great driving/video game soundtrack.

Their first album, "Nurse Grenade" is also a great set. In 2008, they are preparing for a new release.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Buy this album right NOW! 4 May 2007
By Brian S. Mitchell - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
The first thing that comes to mind after inserting this gem of a cd into your player is simply an overwhelming WOW. This is by far the overall BEST album I have heard in many years, and that is saying something, trust me! Every track is composed magnificently and not a single song will leave you thinking "eh...."

I personally can't wait for a second release. Any industrial, goth, or alternative fan needs to own this one.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars If this is what 'Angelspit' tastes like, it's really good. 4 Sep 2008
By Miles Jones - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I will say I got into an industrial splurge of downloading, and one day I was browsing through another users music folder and found Angelspit and noticed Combichrist had remixed a song or two, and that they had remixed KMFDM. So I HAD to download this cd. Immediately upon completion, I looked up more info, and bought the deluxe addition as well as Nurse Grenade off of their website.

This CD is effing amazing. Like another reviewer said, it does give you this sexual adrenaline upon hearing this cd. I really love the females vocals more than the males, personally.

Their lyrics are brilliant.

"We'll make you better than God did before" - from Elixir

"God made me a cannibal to fix problems like you." - 100%

If you like Industrial music, you will probably like this. Apparently they tag their music as Cyber Punk. If you like the samples you here, sorry Amazon, but I would recomend buying this album of their website [...] and get the double disc version, because if you're into industrial, you probably like remixes, and the remixes of their songs are pretty good.

For fans of KMFDM, Combichrist, Ayria, Ego Likeness, etc.

and if you like this, pardon me for promoting, but check out Porcelain & the Tramps on myspace. female fronted. really really good, unfortunately she has no record released publicly, yet. i have an eleven song EP, and read she was signed to Virgin so look forward to future releases from her.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely amazing! 15 Dec 2007
By Laura-li - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Now one of my most played albums on my iPod, I found out about them from a link in iTunes. Intricate lyrics you have to can listen to without getting bored from repetitive-ness. Of course, they have refrains, and you may get tired of them, but the other verses are original and better than mainstream stuff by far! Even though they're Aussies, you normally can't tell (except on dead letter or if you're really listening!) that they have an accent. All in all, the lyrics, distortion-vocals and beat, they are all wonderful!
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