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Society Burning [reviews]
Entropy.Lingua.Reloaded |2009, Prescient Thought| (free download release)

1. Tactiq (Swineflesh Mix) - Rebuilt by Apparatus, 2. Waster (Sleepy Mix) - Rebuilt by Twitch, 3. Immobilize Me (Drowning Cradle Mix) - Rebuilt by Drown, 4. Waster (DOH Mix) - Rebuilt by Hate Dept, 5. Awaken (DOH Mix) - Rebuilt by Hate Dept, 6. Waster (Stomp Mix) - Rebuilt by Idiot Stare, 7. Fuel Line (DOH Mix) - Rebuilt by Hate Dept, 8. Waster (Brass Balls Mix) - Rebuilt by Alien Faktor, 9. Under the Steeple (Punishing Flesh Mix '92), 10. Fuel Line (Original Mix), 11. Awaken (Radio Edit), 12. Waster (Twitch's Idiot Staring at my Brass Balls Remix)


Society Burning have planned a remaster of one of their albums for a long time and so they finally chose to refresh Entropy.Lingua originally released in 1996. Computer technologies has been evolving with a speed of light since 1996 and because all of Society Burning members are involved into using them daily for their jobs (Daveoramma: 3D animations http://www.youtube.com/user/Daveoramma, Digital Pen & Ink ; Twitch: Information Technology; Boom chr Paige: Graphic Design, Programming), so they found it both necessary and interesting to renew and enrich the sound of their album which includes remixes of the songs from 1997 "Tactiq" CD.

The set of songs was remastered and after giving them a long listening I can recommend such versions like "Tactiq (Swineflesh Mix)", all of 3 remixes by Hate Dept., "Waster (Brass Balls Mix)" with more danceable rhythm by Alien Faktor, and very oldschool and thanks to that, interesting "Under the Steeple (Punishing Flesh Mix '92)". A structure and a melody of the remix sounds typical for the songs grabbed from an albums collection labeled as 'coldwave'. "Fuel Line (Original Mix)" is also a very essential remix on the album. Twitch added his own arrangements to the songs "Waster (Sleepy Mix) and "Waster (Twitch's Idiot Staring at my Brass Balls Remix)", a bit squeezed by drum'n'bass and techno solutions.

Due to copyrights the Adam Ant's "Stand And Deliver '97" cover was removed from a free download release.

Original songs still remain in my memory so their remixes don't turn me on that much, but I do appreciate the band's movement towards a long awaited reunion and I'm looking forward to the brand new songs coming on the newest album sometime soon.

(Katarzyna 'NINa' Górnisiewicz. Must not be used for promotional or commercial purposes. See a Legal Note for the copyrights below)
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