Orange Sector - The War Comes Home
Old School EBM I was not impressed at all when I reviewed Orange Sector's 2009 album 'Mind.Fuck'. So what happens if we travel back in time to the beginning of the 90?s together in this Infacted re-release? I tell you what happens, in this case, things where better than before.

From start until the end, we get 18 old school tracks that smell of oil and mine workers, trough and trough. Not all o the 18 tracks are original tracks or remastered, some of them are also remixes and two live tracks as well.

I complained about the lack of hard pumping testosterone filled music in their last release, but back in the days, they sure had loads of it. There's nothing artistic about it, there's nothing experimental anguish, just hot, sexy body music. Sure, some of the tracks feel a bit too simple and unpolished, but they still feel relevant today. This is surely something for all you that like to stomp to some old school.

I hope that Orange Sector goes back to their roots in their upcoming releases, because I surely feel that with the 'Mind.Fuck' release, their high point has passed them by. Maybe I should try out their 2010 release 'Krieg & Frieden'?
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Brutal Resonance

Orange Sector - The War Comes Home

7.0
"Good"
N/A
Electroracle
Released 2010 by Infacted Recordings
I was not impressed at all when I reviewed Orange Sector's 2009 album 'Mind.Fuck'. So what happens if we travel back in time to the beginning of the 90?s together in this Infacted re-release? I tell you what happens, in this case, things where better than before.

From start until the end, we get 18 old school tracks that smell of oil and mine workers, trough and trough. Not all o the 18 tracks are original tracks or remastered, some of them are also remixes and two live tracks as well.

I complained about the lack of hard pumping testosterone filled music in their last release, but back in the days, they sure had loads of it. There's nothing artistic about it, there's nothing experimental anguish, just hot, sexy body music. Sure, some of the tracks feel a bit too simple and unpolished, but they still feel relevant today. This is surely something for all you that like to stomp to some old school.

I hope that Orange Sector goes back to their roots in their upcoming releases, because I surely feel that with the 'Mind.Fuck' release, their high point has passed them by. Maybe I should try out their 2010 release 'Krieg & Frieden'?
Feb 15 2011

Patrik Lindström

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Founder of Brutal Resonance in 2009, founder of Electroracle and founder of ex Promonetics. Used to write a whole lot for Brutal Resonance and have written over 500 reviews. Nowadays, mostly focusing on the website and paving way for our writers.

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