Binary Sex Goth, Industrial More Machine Than Man Yes, the Hollywood legendaries are back with a remix album. But I have to admit that I was positively surprised over this collection of music because it has a higher standard than their debut album (I have reviewed that album month's ago). This album has two new tracks, "Why?" and "Tonight" which is pretty decent. I don't like the concept of an album that is based on remixes of two or three tracks. It becomes rather tedious after a while. It doesn't help that big names like Aslan Faction and XP8 have made the remixes. I can't say that I think the music is interesting but it will maybe suit a dance floor. Maybe dancing is the right way to experience More Machine Than Man. This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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More Machine Than Man - Binary Sex

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Released 2003 by Black Flames Records
Yes, the Hollywood legendaries are back with a remix album. But I have to admit that I was positively surprised over this collection of music because it has a higher standard than their debut album (I have reviewed that album month's ago). This album has two new tracks, "Why?" and "Tonight" which is pretty decent.

I don't like the concept of an album that is based on remixes of two or three tracks. It becomes rather tedious after a while. It doesn't help that big names like Aslan Faction and XP8 have made the remixes. I can't say that I think the music is interesting but it will maybe suit a dance floor. Maybe dancing is the right way to experience More Machine Than Man.

This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2004

John Wikström

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