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Rude 66 - Black Sabbath (The Three Faces Of Fear) FLAC album

Tracklist

Black Sabbath 8:46
Hysteresis 4:49
Isolation 6:18
Paradox Lake 5:14
Three Faces Of Fear 5:20

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
Crème 12-20, 12-20 Rude 66 Black Sabbath (The Three Faces Of Fear) ‎(12", EP) Crème Organization, Crème Organization Crème 12-20, 12-20 Netherlands 2005
Crème 12-20 Rude 66 Black Sabbath (The Three Faces Of Fear) ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Crème Organization Crème 12-20 Netherlands 2005


Rude 66 - Black Sabbath (The Three Faces Of Fear) FLAC album

Musician performer: Rude 66

Title: Black Sabbath (The Three Faces Of Fear)

Country: Netherlands

Date of release: 2005

Style: Electro

Genre: Electronic

Size FLAC: 1805 mb

Rating: 4.8 / 5

Votes: 787

Other Formats: WAV MIDI RA WAV AHX MP3 AUD

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Sharpbinder
Ruud hits hard with this release. "Black Sabbath" tests your patience, but when that acid line drops it crawls around in every corner of your head. Next is "Hysteresis", no doubt the best track on this slab of vinyl. Electro beats make your body pop, while a vocoder voice mumbles along nicely. But what makes this track, are the overwhelming soaring synths giving you goose bumps in places you didn't know you had. This man knows his gear in & out. The B-side continues with more electro breakbeats on "Isolation", that sounds desolate & scarce, just like it's title. "Paradox Lake" sounds a bit more hopeful through its soft & eerie pads, but still you don't feel at ease passing by this lake. Must be the paradox. "Three Faces Of Fear" closes the mini-album on a more abstract note. Here you finally come face to face with the Face of Fear.
Sharpbinder
Ruud hits hard with this release. "Black Sabbath" tests your patience, but when that acid line drops it crawls around in every corner of your head. Next is "Hysteresis", no doubt the best track on this slab of vinyl. Electro beats make your body pop, while a vocoder voice mumbles along nicely. But what makes this track, are the overwhelming soaring synths giving you goose bumps in places you didn't know you had. This man knows his gear in & out. The B-side continues with more electro breakbeats on "Isolation", that sounds desolate & scarce, just like it's title. "Paradox Lake" sounds a bit more hopeful through its soft & eerie pads, but still you don't feel at ease passing by this lake. Must be the paradox. "Three Faces Of Fear" closes the mini-album on a more abstract note. Here you finally come face to face with the Face of Fear.