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  • Audio CD (October 23, 2001)
  • Original Release Date: 2001
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Burning Heart
  • ASIN: B00005QK7O
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #362,840 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. A Northwest Passage
2. Up For Sale
3. Bigger Cages, Longer Chains
4. Breakout 2001
5. A Body Treatise
6. Born Into A Mess
7. New Empire Blues
8. Capitalism Stole My Virginity
9. Last Century Promise
10. Dead Language Of Love
11. A New Morning, Changing Weather

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New Empire Blues - (10)Three way tie for the best song on the album.
Jasonian Revolution
If you are new to INC I would still start off with "Survival Sickness" but this should at least be in your collection a little bit down the road.
Robert Arnold
The vocals sound more overdriven, which makes the whole sound grittier and more raw.
Matthew Howard

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jasonian Revolution on March 2, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Wow, The (International) Noise Conspiracy, these guys are amazing, how can I describe the energy coming from this cd. From the first note that came from the speakers, I knew this was something different. I have listened to their older stuff and this is something completely different. Their first full-length First Conspiracy is more of just cool beats with catchy lyrics, while Survival Sickness, their second, is harder, faster riffs. Their newest project, A New Morning ,Changing Weather is their best stuff yet. Combine jazzy indie music, the best studio work I've seen in a long time, meaningful lyrics(mainly on the evils of capitalism), GREAT vocals(Dennis is a madman with the mic), and some of the most talented songwriters in the world, and you get A New Morning, Changing Weather.
::Song Review::
1.Northwest Passage
- (10) Great Song, talks of the "Northwest Passage" we're all trying to find, the way to happiness
2.Up For Sale
- (9) This song is about Capitalism and how we are all "Up For Sale" Only reason for rating it 9 is it gets rather repetitive at the end
3.Bigger Cages, Longer Chains
- (10)In the top three. Catchiest song on the album. Many different interesting parts. Listen to it up at the music sampler.
4.Breakout 2001
- (10) Great Chorus. About how we can break away from the capitalist rulers in our world
5. A Body Treatise
- (9) Starts slow, picks up to be a great song
6.Born into a Mess
- (10) Great music by every part in the band. Many different parts also
7. New Empire Blues
- (10)Three way tie for the best song on the album. Great guitar riffs, extremely well though out song. Guest saxophone parts.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Robert Arnold on November 4, 2001
Format: Audio CD
This is probably one of the better cd's I have bought in the past few months. And with the invention of the mp3 it does take a lot for me to buy a cd. If you're a fan of Refused "The Shape Of Punk To Come" then you'll probably like it. Not quite as good as "Survival Sickness" but it has its moments. You can tell it comes from a lot more influences than previous INC albums. I could hear some 80's and 70's in there. If you are new to INC I would still start off with "Survival Sickness" but this should at least be in your collection a little bit down the road.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By leah on September 2, 2002
Format: Audio CD
these days its the hives, the vines, the strokes, etc. that are suposidly starting up the whole indie rock, and garage punk, but the international noise conspiracy was before them and are not getting as much credit for this new wave of music becoming popular. so i am giving this cd5 stars and i hope people dont overlook the bands that are older than 15 minutes.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. Alcala on November 14, 2001
Format: Audio CD
I definately detect a growth in musical approach here, something that not all bands, especially punk bands, can achieve. I also detect a bit of X-Ray-Spex here as well, especially on Bigger Chains, Longer Cages. I really don't feel like going on and on about how great this album is so I'll just finish off with with the typical recommendation that you buy this album!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bawon Jenkins on March 29, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I hate to criticize an album by making reference to another, but after listening to INC I find myself drawing comparisons to The Refused(inevitably), a band which is probably my favorite of all time(reading Marx's Capital and then having "New Noise" or "Deadly Rhythm" in your ear makes you want to riot, BTW). In my opinion the INC lacks a certain bite that the Refused had, and some may say that this is natural and that Dennis is "evolving" blah blah blah...but with a terribly thought out song title(capitalism stole my virginity, WTF?)and a toned down sound, i found myself disappointed with the album...maybe in a couple years when i start to chill out i'll be able to enjoy this, but right now there definitely seems to be something lacking...pick it up and judge for yourself though. later
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bryan Roberts on April 14, 2003
Format: Audio CD
This is literally the best CD I have ever listened to. Every song is enjoyable, and I'd consider over half the songs hits.
In addition to the excellant sound the lyrical content is incomparable, some of their songs read like political manifestos.
Perfect!
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Devastated by the inevitable event, it took a prescription of time to register why in the hell did the knights of Punk/Thrash, Refused, disperse in their own separate ways. When your favorite --no forget that -- when the embodiment of your influence has revolved around minstrels who unexpectedly spilt up, fists collide, a flame of grievance rains, and a palpable lust to burn the world fuses. Why, Refused, why! Vocally uprising against capitalism, Refused funded their original sounds in accordance with songs like "New Noise" and "Hook, Line, and Sinker." Each one remaining as the coup of influential Punk. When news that frontman, Dennis Lyxzen was furthering his invigoration legacy, a glimmer of hope flickered. Their last collective full-length, "The Shape of Punk to Come," was only a mere harbinger of what Lyxzen had rooted in his preceding cause. Currently, he expresses himself "in loud and fashionable ways." Rounded into a newer, gutsier squad of radicals, The International Noise Conspiracy, Lyxzen's anti-capitalism crusade is portentous to those who attempt to crush his pure genius.
Two years back, "Survival Sickness," marked all the dire elements to differentiate a Punk arena so inundated with copycats and imitators. Even today, a number of bands sound ridiculously identical. With annoyance encroaching my eardrums, repetitive, unskilled bands should be scheduled for extermination. Steering hard from commercialism, The International Noise Conspiracy consigns an escape from tedious, musical boredom. Their latest political-stabbing, "A New Morning Changing Weather" juts a philosophical intellect while continuing energized pulsations.

Below are the actual words of Lyxzen, revealing a raw glimpse of his world.
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