Various Artists - Post Alcoholic Body Syndrome Vol.3
Other 'Post Alcoholic Body Syndrome Vol.3' isn't just a long name, it's actually a compilation of dark electro and harsh ebm bands release by the Hungarian label Advoxya Records.

So what is this you might ask? Well it's a compilation of two CD's with a load of tracks from very unknown and some that are more known artist. Since it's a lot of track I will not go into detail about any of the acts, I rather give you a summery of the compilation and give you the pros and cons with it.

'PABS Vol. 3' is a compilation where most bands have pretty good sound even thought not being mastered by the same person and this is pretty rare and can be very annoying since the levels will often be a little here and there. When it comes to the bands and music I've noticed that most bands have very low vocals and they often fall behind the music and disappears. In some cases the effects are just wrong and makes them sound a bit out of place.

On the other hand you got a lot of tracks that has very nice melodies and very good club sounds that I would like to play when I DJ myself. One problem with this compilation is the lack of more known artist and I can understand it's hard to get more known acts. Especially since this is a release by a small label and they can't throw out tons of money on a compilation, but this might also be the problem since maybe not all people will buy it if they don't know the artists on it. On the other hand it's great to see many new artist that I myself wouldn't have found if I hadn't got this album, so I say buy it if you want some nice harsh EBM and dark electro. Support the small acts, they really deserve it.
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Various Artists - Post Alcoholic Body Syndrome Vol.3

7.0
"Good"
N/A
Electroracle
Released 2009 by Advoxya Records
'Post Alcoholic Body Syndrome Vol.3' isn't just a long name, it's actually a compilation of dark electro and harsh ebm bands release by the Hungarian label Advoxya Records.

So what is this you might ask? Well it's a compilation of two CD's with a load of tracks from very unknown and some that are more known artist. Since it's a lot of track I will not go into detail about any of the acts, I rather give you a summery of the compilation and give you the pros and cons with it.

'PABS Vol. 3' is a compilation where most bands have pretty good sound even thought not being mastered by the same person and this is pretty rare and can be very annoying since the levels will often be a little here and there. When it comes to the bands and music I've noticed that most bands have very low vocals and they often fall behind the music and disappears. In some cases the effects are just wrong and makes them sound a bit out of place.

On the other hand you got a lot of tracks that has very nice melodies and very good club sounds that I would like to play when I DJ myself. One problem with this compilation is the lack of more known artist and I can understand it's hard to get more known acts. Especially since this is a release by a small label and they can't throw out tons of money on a compilation, but this might also be the problem since maybe not all people will buy it if they don't know the artists on it. On the other hand it's great to see many new artist that I myself wouldn't have found if I hadn't got this album, so I say buy it if you want some nice harsh EBM and dark electro. Support the small acts, they really deserve it.
Jan 31 2010

Various Artists

Various artists is used on compilation albums. A compilation album comprises tracks which are compiled from other recordings, either previously released or unreleased.

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