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8. Psychic Coulours
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10. Fossilized Light
11. Disjointed World
12. Inhuman

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  • Audio CD (March 23, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Metropolis Records
  • ASIN: B0001F7UP2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #582,928 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Die Form have been making their own distinctively unsettling brand of dark electronic music for nearly two decades. Comprised of synthesist/vocalist Philippe Fichot and vocalist Eliane P, Die Form's approach to electronic music is stark, sensual, and strikingly beautiful - filled with operatic overtones, classical textures, tribalism, and the type of sensual imagery that is normally kept ... Read more in Amazon's Die Form Store

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This cd is amazing, a must if you like Die Form.
Pablo Golcher
The digital manipulation is very well-done, and the images are almost like fine-art prints in their richness and detail.
charles thomas
Die Form have their own style and sound original and evolved with nearly every album.
CRAZOTOLOGY

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By charles thomas on April 5, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This just might be Die Form's strongest material since the genius of L'LAME ELECTRIQUE. I'll admit I was a little worried when leader Philippe Fichot seemed more interested in re-issuing his band's entire back catalogue on Metropolis than actually making new music. But the new album is a stunning piece of work, comparable to their best and a great place for newbies to start.
Is there any other band in the gothic/industrial genre that has been around as long as Die Form and still continued to make such consistently powerful music? I don't think so, and their achievement is underlined by the fact that their music straddles so many styles.
What is also impressive is how Die Form keep refining their sound, while maintaining an overall sense of cohesion. One of my pet peeves on their last album, EXTREMUM, was that some of the noisier tracks which featured only Philippe's distorted vocals, while interesting, were not especially memorable. INHUMAN seems to correct this by contrasting his harsh vocals with partner Eliane's more ethereal ones on virtually every track. Eliane is all over this one, and she has rarely sounded better.
What we have here, essentially, is an almost-perfect representation of Die Form's many styles. There's the extreme industrial of "Diktat (Savage Peace)", "Ad Libitum" and "In The Depths of Mania", as well as prettier, more gothic tracks like "Psychic Colours", where Eliane's expressive vocals really shine. And then there's tracks like "The Supreme Vice", "Zoopsia" and "Amnestic Disorder" (my favorite track on the album), where everything gels into a masterful whole.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Phyllis on May 3, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Die Form's latest album In Human, is a strange but delightful blend of the vaporous voice of Eliane P. and the varied voice and synthetics of Philippe Fichot. This album is the first part of a diptych, with the following album being entitled Ex Human.

Known as a French S&M band, their sounds combined are a lovely apparition you should welcome into your soul. The CD runs the gamut; there are beats to shake your bootie to, as well as some ethereal romantic tunes incorporated with the top notch voice of Eliane P. The lyrics are a well-balanced combination of deep and sinister subjects with spatters of dark spiritual themes. Only Die Form can make taboo subjects such as necrophilia sound so romantic!

The CD booklet shows beautiful dark disturbing explicit Gothic type images. Kids, ask your parents before purchasing! Nudity is abound here, but done is a tasteful way.

The color purple is what I see when I hear these tunes. A deep muted purple, and visions of mist filled dark forests speckled with hidden aged tombstones. This album, in my opinion is true to Gothic Electronic form. Absolutely exquisite! They definitely have their own very distinct sound.

Again, Metropolis has sample sounds off of this new album. This album gets 4 from me. I enjoyed the uniqueness of this sound, as well as the balance of light and dark. I look forward to hearing Ex Human to see the contrast of the two albums.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By CRAZOTOLOGY on June 23, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Die Form, the sexy industrial band from France, is back with a great album. I love the female vocalist and the use of electronica that makes Die Form a unique concept band amonst the hundreds of ebm artist who often all sound the same. Die Form have their own style and sound original and evolved with nearly every album. The art work in this CD is worth the price alone! Excellent album indeed. French lyrics on this album...mostly.
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