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Trigger Enhanced, EP

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Trigger (Single Edit)
  2. Watch Them Feed
  3. Land Of Confusion
  4. Cloud Connected (Club Connected Remix)
  5. Moonshield (C64 Karaoke Version)

Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 17, 2003)
  • Original Release Date: 2003
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, EP
  • Label: Nuclear Blast Americ
  • ASIN: B00009AHNR
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #318,272 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Keith A. Wellman on August 25, 2005
Format: Audio CD
In flames was really at the top of their game right here. I know most die hard fans think that Clayman was the last of great In Flames, but I'm of the camp that the Reroute to Remain era was just as great. This really is a must have for anyone who's stayed with In Flames as they've progressed.

The Land of Confusion cover proves that the depeche mode "Everything Counts" cover was just the beginning of what could be an entire disc of incredible covers.

"Watch them Feed" is the 'standard' In Flames newbie. Its very strong and worthy of being on any of their albums. The fact that there are 3 songs unique to this disc makes it hard to pass on.

You'll also dig the remix of Cloud Connected if you like any techno/electronica. This disc is really evidence that In Flames is much more than a cookie cutter metal band. Something their versatile fans have recognized all along. If you love Reroute to Remain and Whoracle (2 discs which I group together despite the 2 albums in between), you'll love this.
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If nothing else, In Flames has demonstrated over the years that they are capable of experimentation and evolution as a band. For some reason many In Flames reviews try to pick out what you should like, rather than describing what you're actually getting. I'm not interested in playing that particular game. I've loved their music from early on, and I still enjoy what they put out today. I've found that their constant evolution means that I'm getting something different, but still awesome with every release. I'll try to describe what you're going to get on Trigger.

I think that "different, but still awesome" sums up my feelings for the entire EP. Regardless of what you think about the various In Flames releases over the years, most of them have a relatively homogeneous feel. The feel you get may be different from album to album: The Jester Race was not Soundtrack to Your Escape and neither was like Sounds Of A Playground Fading. Trigger feels like the quintessential mixed bag album in that every song gives you something a little different.

The mixes of Trigger and Cloud Connected are going to be hit or miss depending on what you are looking for (Cloud Connected is almost a dance track). The Land of Confusion cover is a highlight. It has a fun, almost punk feel to it. It's very up tempo compared to the original and at least one subsequent cover (I'm thinking the Disturbed cover, which I was never able to get into).
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Maybe I'm the only one who hasn't climbed aboard the In Flames bandwagon yet, but that may change. I picked this cd up on the sole reason that I knew I'd get some exposure to In Flames, and it would be cheap. Sure it's only a few songs and many of them are remixes, but whatever. I'm honestly impressed so far. The band captures a good agression while still being catchy. I know that a lot of people aren't too happy with the direction that they have taken recently, but I can't comment on that yet. Here is a breakdown of what I think:

1. Trigger - Very cool track, heavy but catchy. I dig the scream and the singing. The guitars a thick and the drums are on point. There is a little hint of industrial to the track which complements it nicely. From what I understand they cut up the original version of the song a bit on here, so I'm pretty geeked to hear the full version.

2. Watch Them Feed - I would compare this track to the current "metalcore" (Atreyu, Killswitch Engage) sound that is coming to a Warped Tour near you. It's a really good track though. I really enjoy it. Cool breakdowns and still thick as a concrete wall but extremely catchy. It's refreshing to hear serious guitar work on new albums... it seems like real guitar is a thing of the past. This was a breath of fresh air.

3. Land Of Confusion - Awesome and intense. Reminescent of old Ministry at First. Definitely a dope track. What's with all of the Genesis covers lately? Did I miss something?

4. Cloud Connected - Another great track. I REALLY need to get deeper into In Flames' music. This is a remix and it is still really good.

5. Moonshield - This version of the song is pretty lame. Maybe if I knew what the original sounded like, this may be worth something to me.
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I must say that I became an In Flames fan since I first heard the Whoracle album a few years ago, since then I liked so much In Flames and I bought all their albums, they are a very talented band, but when the single trigger came out I wasn't shure if I should get it because I've read some bad reviews, but then I told to myself: you have doubts about getting this single? and you consider yourself an In Flames fan? then I picked the single and I must say I didn't regret it, this single is a gem, first we have the single for trigger a great song from Reroute to Remain, then we have two new songs, I believe one of them is a cover, watch them feed and land of confusion, both great powerful tracks in the most pure In Flames style, then there's the remix of cloud connected which is a very enjoyable alternate version of the original, and then the karaoke version of moonshield, first time I heard it I didn't get it much but after listening to it a couple of times more I started to apreciate it, and finally the the two enhanced videos for trigger & cloud connected make this single a complete and worth having CD for In Flames fans.
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