Excessive Exposure Powernoise, Industrial Noisuf-X Jan L, the mastermind behind the bands X-Fusion and Noisuf-X is back again with his 4th album with Noisuf-X called 'Excessive Exposure'. As usual the production is very solid and I didn't expect anything less from him. The sound is very clear and very powerful and even thought the music is different from X-Fusion you can still recognize some sounds that are very typical Jan L. I got three really big favorite tracks on this album that really stick and it's impossible to get them out of your head. The first one is actually the last one on the album called "Shut the Hell Up" and then we got a track with the same name as the album "Excessive Exposure" followed by "Beatz & Bass". The is actually only two problems with this album , one is that there are no vocals which for me makes the songs a bit tiresome after a while even thought there are a lot of different quotes from movies etc. The second one is that some tracks tend to get a little bit repetitive after a while. But still, the album is very solid and there are some real club tracks that will just suck you in. If you want aggressive quality music then look no further, cause it's right here. 450
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Noisuf-X - Excessive Exposure

Jan L, the mastermind behind the bands X-Fusion and Noisuf-X is back again with his 4th album with Noisuf-X called 'Excessive Exposure'. As usual the production is very solid and I didn't expect anything less from him. The sound is very clear and very powerful and even thought the music is different from X-Fusion you can still recognize some sounds that are very typical Jan L.

I got three really big favorite tracks on this album that really stick and it's impossible to get them out of your head. The first one is actually the last one on the album called "Shut the Hell Up" and then we got a track with the same name as the album "Excessive Exposure" followed by "Beatz & Bass". The is actually only two problems with this album , one is that there are no vocals which for me makes the songs a bit tiresome after a while even thought there are a lot of different quotes from movies etc. The second one is that some tracks tend to get a little bit repetitive after a while. But still, the album is very solid and there are some real club tracks that will just suck you in.

If you want aggressive quality music then look no further, cause it's right here.
Apr 20 2010

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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