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Buried Dreams


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  • Audio CD (July 17, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Next Era
  • ASIN: B00005MLNI
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,716,185 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Buried Dreams
2. Hide
3. Sound Mirror
4. Velvet Realm
5. The Unseen
6. The Reign
7. The Act
8. The Hacker
9. Connecton Machine
10. The Sonology Of Sex 1
11. The Sonology Of Sex 2
12. The Hacker (Video Mix)
13. Hacker/Hacked

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This is a must have for industrial fans.
Bjorn Viberg
The electronic's are programmed to make very sinister sounds and Adi Newton's monotonous vocals do fit perfectly with the sounds on this album.
Herbert West
The packaging of this release, alone, will make things uneasy.
Eugene Sotela

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Keir H. Fogarty on April 8, 2003
Format: Audio CD
This band, and in particular the albums "buried dreams" and "Man-Amplified" made electronic music in the late 80's and early 90's that was light years ahead of its time, and yet went largely unrecognized--the sophistication of their electronic wizardry puts much of the primitive rave culture of the day to shame--the beats used on this album are fairly simplistic--what makes it stunning is the DVA-unique, rhythm oriented synth work--not to mention the sound experimentation and sampling--this is dance music with a purpose--maybe it went largely unrecognized because industrial music was going the metal route (what with ministry's Al Jourgenson jumping into every industrial project of the day)--this band was content with exploring the world of a gothic techno--they did a magnificent job making electronic music dark and moody--it really is rare (especially during the time period they were making this music) for electronic music to have so much atmosphere--Clock DVA pulled it off big time
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Michael Kumpf on January 11, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I am glad to see this being offered by [Amazon.com], even if its a special order. Not many people have heard of this band, but to me it is one the best industrial bands of the 80's and 90's. I guess if I had to compare them to someone it would be Skinny Puppy, but without the heavy music/noise. The songs are very diverse. My favorites are "The Unseen," which uses a sample from the original version of _The Thing_ to set up its spooky and disturbing song, and "The Hacker," which was released as a single. I think if you're a fan of the harder versions of industrial music (ministry, white zombie, etc.) you may want to avoid this. If you like some of the more techno-industrial releases of KMFDM or Coil you should give this try. I think you'd like it. Of course I recommend you try to find it online somewhere to see if they have any downloads.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Vaughn on February 3, 2003
Format: Audio CD
If you are an Industrial purist and you do not own this...that's a crime! A monumental classic in electronic music. A thematic journey into a dark architecture. Beautiful, frightening, and ultimately stunning! A groundbreaking release. Best known for singles "The Hacker" and "Sound Mirror". This re-issue is re-mastered and you can tell! To listen to this brilliance in 2003 is tantamount to listening to it the first time back in 1989. Sonic bliss.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Eugene Sotela on April 22, 2009
Format: Audio CD
One of the very few Wax Trax releases that never left my collection. I find myself picking this CD out of my collection and putting it in my player even though I know it will make me uncomfortable. The music and lyrics are themed around humanity's darkest corners. Adi Newton's vocals are very sinister sounding. Sometimes the vocals are whispered. Other times they are spoken/sung with an authority that grabs your attention. This CD is loaded with extra tracks not found on the original LP. I had gotten so used to listening to my original vinyl LP that these bonus tracks both take and take away, the original listening experience. I actually find that the two instrumental tracks offer an even dark mood as they solely use movie samples to strike fear in your heart! The track "Connection Machine" uses Gene Hackman's nightmare dialogue from the 1974 flick "The Conversation". The other track "The Sonology of Sex" uses samples from the 1971 movie titled "Klute". Getting back to the original album tracks, you'll find the track "The Unseen" using movie samples from 1951 sci-fi horror flick "The Thing From Another World" with Adi Newton whispering his lyrics over eerie piercing rhythms and keyboards. Dean Dennis provides electronic bass that keeps all this madness together. My personal favorite tracks are "The Reign" with its haunting keyboard sound and "The Act" which picks the pace up. The packaging of this release, alone, will make things uneasy. The cover of the album brings to mind the opening scenes of the terrifying movie "Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer". Other people who I've played this album for have all told me that this release makes them feel uneasy. I think listening to this album is about as close as to the dark side as you'd like to get. Keep a glass of holy water close by and you should be okay. All in all an awesome listening experience, especially considering the year this album originally came out which was 1989.
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