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  • Audio CD (15 Feb. 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Double CD
  • Label: Major Records
  • ASIN: B0030LYL92
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 251,424 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Nitzer Ebb were great fun back in the day with their self defining British electro-industrial sound. Either live or sneeking into a club play list here and there, Nitzer Ebb would induce a frenzied dance from not only those who knew who they were.

In 1991 NE produced "Ebbhead" which was a great rounded album, moving on from the industrial dance anthems to add a set of deeper songs with great hooks. Unfortunately the well documented deterioration in the working relationship between Bon Harris and Doug McCarthy produced a shocker in the 1995 "Big Hit". They then just fizzled out.

After a kiss and make up, a greatest hits jaunt occurred in 2006, but blink and you missed it.

Amazingly, after all this time, Nitzer Ebb have tapped into the years of pent up creativity and produced a cracking album in "Industrial Complex" which is by far their best work. Bon Harris's soundscapes and new drummer Jason Payne have produced some thumping tunes such as "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang", "Payroll" and "Down on your Knees", but a maturity in the song writing of Doug McCarthy shines through offering a fully rounded package. Songs such as "Going Away" and "I am Undone" demonstrate an emotive side to Nitzer Ebb that they have only toyed with in the past.

If you are lucky enough to even find out that Nitzer Ebb have new material out, do not hesitate to buy this CD. It is proof that there is some great music out there still, you just have to root around for it sometimes.

Enjoy!
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Format: Audio CD
First things first, there are multiple editions of this record : be sure if it is the 1 disc or the 2 disc version you want, and check the details carefully.

15 years is a long time for anyone.

Nitzer Ebb were never a big deal then ; always shimmering at the edges of the London Astoria, singles that appeared for two minutes on The Chart Show, t-shirts worn by those `In The Know', a moderate selling band that were an edgier, harder, furious Depeche Mode. After 2006's blink-and-you'll-miss-it tour, revitalised by a `Greatest Hits' where no song ever troubled the top Forty, The Ebb seemed doomed to be a band that could make a brilliant new record, if they could be bothered.

And here it is. In fifteen years, not much has changed for the band. Many bands with long pasts and reputations, large or small, as innovators often find themselves trapped in a hole and endlessly trying to remain relevant but with no focus, nothing to say, and no real reason for continued existence apart from money and habit - or habits.

Not so here. "Industrial Complex" is as good an album as anything The Ebb made in their first flush ; as good as "Showtime" or "Ebbhead". This sentence will mean nothing to you unless you know what they sound like. The musical currency of the band is an abrasive Mode : luxurious, dense orchestration and timeless, sordid production crossbred with squelchy, influential distorted electronics and breathless, Ramones-paced rhythms. It sounds like being strapped to a rollercoaster in Imax. Bon Harris - last seen doing production work for Billy Corgan and The Smashing Pumpkins - creates these busy, oppressive landscapes which are then shaped by Doug McCarthy's distinctive vocals and melodies.
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this is great album with some similarities of raw and powerfull sounds that go back to albums like Showtime. It`s well performed and great comeback of electro industrial legend.
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