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Demon / Axe of Men 2010 (Remixes)

3kStaticAudio CD
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In the past twelve years, two time GRAMMY® Award candidates (Best Electronic/Dance Album) 3kStatic have charted two #1 albums and over 20 Top 25 tracks with releases on labels including Sony BMG Germany, Nightshade, Cargo Records Germany, INgrooves, dPulse, Sick Watona, TVR and others.

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  • Audio CD (March 16, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: dPulse Recordings
  • ASIN: B003HICNM0
  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,825,384 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Demon (Robert Gordon Remix)
2. Demon (Pilgrim Omega 9/10ths Possessed Mix)
3. Demon (David Nahmani Mix)
4. Demon (Cachet Mix)
5. Demon (3kStatic Kalku Dub)
6. Axe of Men (3kStatic In Hearing Range Mix)
7. Demon (r_garcia Mix)
8. Demon (Pygmy Globetrotters Mix)
9. Axe of Men 2010 (Radio Edit)
10. Demon (Violent Sex Vixenz Mix)
11. Axe of Men 2010 (r_garcia Mix)

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Featuring 'Axe of Men 2010', the first radio single from the re-imagined Pop Will Eat Itself, as well as remixes of the Vile Evils single 'Demon (feat. Clint Mansell), the Demon/Axe of Men 2010 Remixes releases is a snapshot of the latest phase in one of the most influential bands in the history of electronic rock. A completely new recording of the PWEI album track 'Axe of Men', the new promo single is the first release of PWEI since being revived in February 2010 by principal songwriter Graham Crabb. 'Demon', released by Crabb and Adam Mole under the name Vile Evils, also features former PWEI member Clint Mansell.

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1.0 out of 5 stars What happens when a label shows no respect for a legacy September 24, 2010
Format:MP3 Music
First off, this review is in no shape or form an attack on Vile Evils or the music they produce. For those of you unfamiliar, Vile Evils is an extension of the Pop Will Eat Itself legacy. Formed in 2005, the project was originally a concept as material for a new PWEI album but due to other commitments from band mates it found its own identity as Vile Evils. The now defunked Vile Evils toured in the UK as Adam Mole and Graham Crabb, planning to release a full album consisting of material from both the abandoned PWEI reunion and new Vile Evils tracks. Throughout the course of March 2010 much speculation was had as to the anticipated release, fans from new and old waited patiently as the release date approached. As an appetizer, we were given the option to sample a CD single via dPulse. This is where the real review begins...

Most PWEI fans were quite willing to support any material released from former members in whatever form. When Vile Evils announced they would be releasing a single to support the album most fans jumped at the opportunity. A small label called dPulse was in charge of distributing CDs and managing on-line download sales. In early March fans quickly purchased the singles on their release date and waited for them in the mail. ...and my, how they waited. The Vile Evils forums were abuzz with what to expect from the new tracks. The first month passed, then the second. The community began to ask "did you get your discs yet?", unfortunately the answer was a universal "no". The voice was not unheard; shortly thereafter a representative from dPulse joined the forums and insisted that our packages were "in the mail" and that he would "be mailing them personally".
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