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Front Line Assembly - Disorder album flac Performer: Front Line Assembly
Title: Disorder
Style: Electro, Industrial
Released: 1988
Country: US
MP3 album: 1546 mb
FLAC album: 1947 mb
Rating: 4.8
Other formats: APE MIDI MP4 MPC VQF MP3 MMF
Genre: Electronic

Test Dept, SPK, and Severed Heads, FLA has developed its own sound while combining elements of electronic body music (EBM).

P&C Front Line Assembly/Third Mind Records 1988. Made in Belgium (spine) Manufactured in the EEC (labels). Distribution: Play It Again Sam for the world, Red Rhino, Cartel (UK), . Germany), Danceteria (France), . Penguin Ltd/Polygram (Greece).

Нравится слушателям: Deine Lakaien, Alien Vampires, Skinny Puppy.

1. Body Count Lyrics. 4. Lurid Sensation Lyrics.

Front Line Assembly complete discography 1986-2019. Discography 1986-2019. Front Line Assembly - 1986 - Total Terror (Cassette, Album). Front Line Assembly - 1987 - State Of Mind (CD 1988, Album). Front Line Assembly - 1987 - The Initial Command. Front Line Assembly - 1988 - Convergence (Compilation). Front Line Assembly - 1988 - Corrosion (EP). Front Line Assembly - 1989 - Digital Tension Dementia.

After Balch departed Front Line Assembly in 1990, Fulber stepped in as a full partner; the streamlined duo soon released the electro-styled album Caustic Grip, while 1992's Tactical Neural Implant found the group's music moving in a harder-edged disco direction. By 1994, their sound had evolved yet again, with the album Millennium displaying a newfound reliance on guitars; both the title track and "This Faith" scored as club hits. Fulber departed the lineup by 1997, while his replacement Chris Peterson debuted with 1998's Monument. Implode appeared one year later.

Tracks 1, 3–5, 11–13 from Corrosion. Tracks 6, 9, 10 previously unreleased. Bill Leeb – vocals, electronic instruments, mixing (2, 5, 8, 11–13). Michael Balch – electronic instruments, mixing (2, 5, 6, 8–13).

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Body Count
Engineer – Dave Ogilvie
A2 Obsession
Mixed By – Dave Ogilvie
A3 Aggression
Engineer – Dave Ogilvie
B1 Lurid Sensation
Mixed By – Dave Ogilvie
B2 Die-Sect 4:38
B3 The Wrack
Mixed By – Dave Ogilvie

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Play It Again Sam [PIAS]
  • Distributed By – Red Rhino Records
  • Distributed By – The Cartel
  • Distributed By – EFA
  • Distributed By – Danceteria
  • Distributed By – A.S. Penguin Ltd.
  • Distributed By – PolyGram Records S.A. (Greece)
  • Manufactured By – Play It Again Sam [PIAS]
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Front Line Assembly
  • Copyright (c) – Front Line Assembly
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Third Mind Records
  • Copyright (c) – Third Mind Records


  • Band [Front Line Assembly Are] – Bill Leeb, Michael Balch
  • Composed By [All Titles By] – Front Line Assembly
  • Design [Cover] – Eddie Stromboli
  • Other [Special Thanks] – Cal Stevenson, Tom Ferris


P&C Front Line Assembly/Third Mind Records 1988

Made in Belgium (spine)
Manufactured in the EEC (labels)

Distribution: Play It Again Sam for the world, Red Rhino / Cartel (UK), E.F.A. (Germany), Danceteria (France), A.S. Penguin Ltd/Polygram (Greece)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): TMLP - 24 - A UTOPIA TR
  • Rights Society: SABAM/BIEM

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WAX 041 Front Line Assembly Disorder ‎(LP, MiniAlbum) Wax Trax! Records WAX 041 US 1988

Comments: (1)
Mike Balch had written a letter to me after finding one of my cassettes at Record Vault on Polk Street back in the day; in effect telling me about his band FLA on Wax Trax. Both "Corrosion" and "Disorder" were total revelations; unbelievably great!!I had not heard of FLA prior to receiving Mike's letter, even though I was a big fan of the (then obscure) pioneers Cabaret Voltaire, Portion Control, Skinny Puppy, etc.I had seen Young Marble Giants open for CV (first USA tour) at the Stone in Berkeley, and Skinny Puppy with Severed Heads at the Stone on Broadway, SF (I believe it was booked, produced and promoted by Diamanda Galas' then manager Olga Gerrard, and pre-Nine inch Nails' Gerry Gerrard). I saw every FLA show in the Bay Area up to the late '90s; including the show at the Ritz NYC with Ajax, Meat Beat Manifesto, and Suicide with guitarist Ric Ocasek-- Olga's birthday show! Amazing, intense times, unsurpassed!