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Landscape Body Machine - Structure CD Ambient Industrial Tec


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Landscape Body Machine - Structure 1996 CD, Liquid Records. Landscape Body Machine is equal parts ambient (Landscape), techno (body) and industrial (machine). Throw them all together with some great songwriting, stellar programming and a no-holds-barred cutting left wing political agenda, plus a little X-files conspiracy theorism, and you get this wonderful album. Craig Joseph Huxtable (from Vancouver, home of a lot of great industrial bands including Frontline Assembly and Skinny Puppy) sculpts heavy beats, gorgeous orchestration, ear-assaulting synths and the real-world sounds of metal and machines into angry, angular beauty.CD is OUT OF PRINT and can be difficult to find. This copy is in Near Mint condition. Tracks: Subterranean I (The Hieroglyphs), Point of Entry, No Cable, Policy of Aggression, Isolation, Cydonia, Subterranean II (Terraforming), Plain of Nazca, Time Collapses Inward, Esoteric, Sentinal, Bonus Track

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