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Audio CD, December 7, 2010
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1. Fires On The Shore Original Version by Souless Affection2. Fires On The Shore Northborne Version03. Fires On The Shore Erektor Version4. Fires On The Shore Touched By Stahlnebel & Black Selket5. Fires On The Shore Angels on Acid Version6. Fires On The Shore Shiv.r Version - END: the DJ

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This 'Fires On The Shore' release was produced by END: the DJ with the contributions of many artists and producers' contributions to benefit the Gulf Waterkeepers. Waterkeepers are the voice for the Gulf Coast's waters. They were the first line of defense against the BP oil disaster. Their incredible knowledge of the marshes, wetlands, beaches and inner-coastal waters have made them invaluable first responders. Their commitment makes them critical and effective community leaders. Their wealth of scientific, legal and political expertise provides answers to the questions we have about our environment. Their dedication to a full recovery of the Gulf is unmatched. By purchasing this release, you help provide everything the Waterkeepers need to help save the Gulf, from protective gear and clean-up supplies, to emergency office space and food for disaster-response volunteers. The voices from acts like Assemblage 23, System Syn, Uberbyte, and Miss FD.

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End: The DJ is prolific, he is completely dedicated to the electronic genre, and his passion for bringing the music to others is unrivalled. End has recently seen his hard work pay off. He is officially the Top Industrial DJ according to the DJList.com, and his ability and dedication has seen him become Sebastian R. Komor's right hand man at Xenomorph Productions and part of the live line-up for Komor Kommando. Not only that, but with his debut mix CD, The Chrome Elemental, lighting up dance floors worldwide, End now finds himself flying solo on a ReGen-sponsored tour and loving every second of it. --ReGen Magazine

Another collection of gyrating electro/EBM from the top DJ in the scene, making for a thoroughly enjoyable and danceable mix. In the electro/industrial scene, DJs seem to be as revered as the artists they spin, and while some may see this as dubious at best when considering that a large number of them demonstrate virtually no musical ability beyond mixing and beat-matching, there are several that incorporate a degree of craftsmanship in their sets. End: The DJ is one such individual having in the last several years released the highly acclaimed The Chrome Elemental, becoming DJList.com's Top Industrial DJ, and now a partner of Sebastian R. Komor's Xenomorph Productions, performing live with his Komor Kommando project. With Endtrovert, End: The DJ continues his reign as the premier spinmeister in the electro/industrial music scene. From beginning to end, this album is a hard-hitting onslaught of EBM and modern industrial dance that is sure to keep your feet stomping and your fists waving, maintaining a constant four-on-the-floor thump that is guaranteed to please club-goers, although some tracks like Erektor's ;Fear Generator; do off a bit of a break or shuffle to break the monotony. Where Endtrovert really shines is in the selection of music, running the gamut from the caustic textures of such tracks as Uberbyte's ;Almighty & Relentless,; Stahlnebel & Black Selket's ;Angels & Demons,; and Centhron's ;WK III; to the more melodic and almost trancelike ambience of Souless Affection's ;Soul Collector; and ;Subconscious Overdrive; by Ground to Dust, featuring a soaring female vocal lead that gives the track an almost rave feel. The more melodic aspects of the set culminate in ;Possession; by Angels on Acid as the band presents an infectious mix of psy-trance and terror EBM, making for perhaps the catchiest track on the album. Of course, with this club-oriented style so prevalent in the scene, Endtrovert hardly presents the listener with anything that will stand out as particularly groundbreaking, but that's obviously not the intention here; rather that End: The DJ would present us with an energetic and well produced DJ set that stands as proof of his excellence with his craft and deliver us to the dance floor. In that, it succeeds admirably. --ReGen Magazine

Another collection of gyrating electro/EBM from the top DJ in the scene, making for a thoroughly enjoyable and danceable mix. In the electro/industrial scene, DJs seem to be as revered as the artists they spin, and while some may see this as dubious at best when considering that a large number of them demonstrate virtually no musical ability beyond mixing and beat-matching, there are several that incorporate a degree of craftsmanship in their sets. End: The DJ is one such individual having in the last several years released the highly acclaimed The Chrome Elemental, becoming DJList.com's Top Industrial DJ, and now a partner of Sebastian R. Komor's Xenomorph Productions, performing live with his Komor Kommando project. With Endtrovert, End: The DJ continues his reign as the premier spinmeister in the electro/industrial music scene. From beginning to end, this album is a hard-hitting onslaught of EBM and modern industrial dance that is sure to keep your feet stomping and your fists waving, maintaining a constant four-on-the-floor thump that is guaranteed to please club-goers, although some tracks like Erektor's ;Fear Generator; do off a bit of a break or shuffle to break the monotony. Where Endtrovert really shines is in the selection of music, running the gamut from the caustic textures of such tracks as Uberbyte's ;Almighty & Relentless,; Stahlnebel & Black Selket's ;Angels & Demons,; and Centhron's ;WK III; to the more melodic and almost trancelike ambience of Souless Affection's ;Soul Collector; and ;Subconscious Overdrive; by Ground to Dust, featuring a soaring female vocal lead that gives the track an almost rave feel. The more melodic aspects of the set culminate in ;Possession; by Angels on Acid as the band presents an infectious mix of psy-trance and terror EBM, making for perhaps the catchiest track on the album. Of course, with this club-oriented style so prevalent in the scene, Endtrovert hardly presents the listener with anything that will stand out as particularly groundbreaking, but that's obviously not the intention here; rather that End: The DJ would present us with an energetic and well produced DJ set that stands as proof of his excellence with his craft and deliver us to the dance floor. In that, it succeeds admirably. --ReGen Magazine

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