Nitzer Ebb - Big Hit album flac
Title: Big Hit
Style: EBM, Industrial, Electro
MP3 album: 1519 mb
FLAC album: 1252 mb
Other formats: MP1 WAV MMF WMA VQF TTA APE
Nitzer Ebb. Big HIt (Cass, Album, Promo). Flevo Productions, CNR Music. It might be a certain drop in Nitzer Ebb's fortunes but in terms of their musical maturity, 'Big Hit' turned out a satisfying affair to win the duo's devoted fans on a new level, as well as introducing themselves to a whole new generation. Unfortunately (or maybe not, regarding today music's tiring indie-cliches), Nitzer Ebb split up and experienced other areas of independent music business ever after, with varying degrees of success.
The group released their demo, Basic Pain Procedure in 1983, but it was two years until they met PWL producer Phil Harding, who produced their 1985 debut single "Isn't It Funny How Your Body Works?" and helped them set up their own label, Power Of Voice Communications.
Redirected from Big Hit (Nitzer Ebb album)). Big Hit' is the fifth album from British EBM group Nitzer Ebb released by Mute Records on 27 March 1995, almost four years since its last release. The album included two singles, "Kick It" and "I Thought". Big Hit was the band's final release for Mute until its 2006 retrospective, Body of Work. Cherry Blossom" – 5:30.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). Big Hit' is the less representative album of Nitzer Ebb, a very interesting EBM band which are next to Front 242 as the best in their style. It's not a bad album, it starts really good: 'Cherry blossom' is a very interesting song which presented us the new Ebb sound: distorted guitars which sound as electronics. Kick It' is more rock but really catchy song; 'I Thought' is a quiet ballad ending with explossive rock guitars; 'Floodwater' is also quite interesting and very catchy. BUT there're 2 things i dont like about this album.
It's much more of a rock album than the band had ever recorded before - for the accompanying tour, guitars were used on-stage for the first time - and Flood's return on production made for a further connection. Perhaps the oddest touch was on lead single "Kick It"; besides Douglas McCarthy all-too-clearly trying to ape Reznor's lyrical and vocal style, there's also guest guitar from, of all folks, Bad Brains' Dr. Know. The end result made for a somewhat indecisive note for the band to end their career on; while in ways the band showed continual progression.
Artists Nitzer Ebb Big Hit. Big Hit Nitzer Ebb. Big Hit. 1995. This album has an average beat per minute of 132 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 90/180 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Album starts at 120BPM, ends at 100BPM (-20), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing).
Tracklist Hide Credits
|2||Hear Me Say|
Producer – Al Clay*
|8||Living Out Of A Bag|
|10||Our Own World|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Mute Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Mute Records Ltd.
- Licensed From – Mute Records
- Record Company – Feelee Records
- Manufactured By – DADC Austria – A0100177646-0101
- Producer – Flood (tracks: 1 to 5, 7 to 10)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: A0100177646-0101 14
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L554
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 94D9
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