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Tactical Neural Implant & Mill Original recording remastered, Import


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Front Line Assembly is the primary focus of Vancouver-based musician Bill Leeb. A founding member of Skinny Puppy, Leeb moved on to form FLA in 1986 with Michael Balch, releasing some cassettes (since released as Total Terror I & II) which paved the way for their 1987 releases: The Initial Command, State of Mind, and Corrosion. In late 1988, they recorded the mini-LP Disorder, since ... Read more in Amazon's Front Line Assembly Store

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Disc: 1
1. Final Impact
2. The Blade
3. Mindphaser
4. Remorse
5. Bio-Mechanic
6. Outcast
7. Gun
8. Lifeline
Disc: 2
1. Vigilante
2. Millennium
3. Liquid Separation
4. Search and Destroy
5. Surface Patterns
6. Victim of a Criminal
7. Division of Mind
8. This Faith
9. Plasma Springs
10. Sex Offender

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2 complete albums, remastered & packaged together for a very reasonable price

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Great 2-CD pack 1 Mar 2008
By J. L. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is a truly great 2-CD pack, for those who haven't got those quintessential FLA albums (TNI mainly, but Millennium is a good addition too). It's a great double reissue and a new chance to grab these masterpieces (finding those CDs outside the US proves to be a very difficult task...). If you are new to Front Line Assembly this package should do fine for you and allows you to appreciate different faces of the industrial sound of the early to mid 90's. Millennium (1994) marks the band's first foray into metal and has loads of sampled guitars all over it and "Victim of a Criminal" gets so out of the FLA sound that it becomes more of an acquired taste. If you don't care about those musical issues, you should be fine. I'm in fact mentioning this because many FLA fans complain about the heavy metal-oriented nature of Millennium in detriment of the purely electronic arrangements heard in past albums. But.. to each their own, right?

In general terms, I love both albums; Tactical Neural Implant (1992) is the classic Front Line Assembly, and Millennium is a welcome "change" of direction without compromising the industrial heritage the band carries (the only real exception being "Victim of a Criminal", but listen to it, anyway, you might like it after all...).
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
industrial/metal mind melt 7 May 2009
By Scott Hedegard - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
When I started listening to Fear Factory, I loved the meeting of ultra heavy metal and synths, especially on the "Demanufacture/Remanufacture" double CD, one of the great metal albums of all time, ranking with "Ride The Lightning", "Vulgar Display Of Power", "Dimension: Hatross", and more recently, Machine Head's "The Blackening."
This is where I first discovered Front Line Assembly, as Rhys Fulber did double time with FLA and FF. Being a fan of heavier industrial music, it wasn't much of a leap to check these guys out.
"Tactical Neural Implant" is regarded as a high water mark for FLA, and while I enjoy it, with its pounding beats and interesting soundscapes, the real doozy is "Millenium", which brings in heavy guitar and makes FLA a force to be reckoned with. Devin Townsend, the Canadian musical genius helps out on riffs, and FLA cleverly samples a few great riffs from Sepultura's "Arise", that band's greatest ever CD, and Dimebag Darrell to create monster tunes that are at once ready for the techno dance floor and the mosh pit.
There isn't any lead work on "Millenium" - FLA uses the guitars for backbones but we're reminded that great rhythm work is the true heart of rock music in the first place. For those looking for a refreshing blend of synth and computer work and metal, it's great. Proof that metal can branch out any direction if it's done right.
Two very different CDs 20 Jan 2014
By Frank Sinapi - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
If you even know what electo-industrial music means, then you've probably at least heard of Front Line Assembly. This collection combines two of their albums, Tactical Neural Implant and Millenium. The first one, Tactical Neural Implant, is generally considered to be the pinnacle of FLA's career. Every song has it's own unique flavor, and they all come together to paint a bleak, cyberpunk-esque picture. It's one of the best EBM albums ever made, and definitely worth the price of this package alone. The other album, Millenium, is a whole different story. While I personally love Millenium almost as much as I love Tactical Neural Implant, the band decided to implant electric guitars at the forefront of their songs. While songs such as The Blade had already used electric guitar, it had never been the "main" instrument in a song- and almost every song on Millenium uses the guitar as the most prominent sound. Even with all of the electric guitar, the album still remains oddly danceable, and certainly still sounds like FLA.

If you want to pick up one of the most important electro-industrial records ever made, and if you don't mind the idea of the band straying from it's usual sound, go ahead and pick up this collection.
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