Tactical Neural Implant has always been (and probably always will be) my overall favorite FLA record, but as a fan for over 20 years now I can honestly say I've enjoyed everything they've released. Most recently, I absolutely ADORE AirMech!
Yea the perfect 3 albums to represent the different eras of FLA rly!
My Fla trinity would have to be Tactical Neural Implant, Hard Wired and Artificial Soldier. If there's three albums that highlight their career, let alone, their different sounds from those time periods, it's those three.
Probably not that unpopular opinion after Echogenetic, although I found that album to be among their best
I wouldn't mind that either, as I prefer both of those albums to Echogenetic. Nothing wrong with the Dubstep influenced stuff they did on that album, but I always loved the heavier stuff Front Line Assembly did.
I'm feeling young. I've though it would probably have been nice to be a teen of 90's, but I'm not even remembering pretty much anything from that era.
And I'm a bit jealous for FLA listeners, who've met über cool Leeb :D
I googled him, he seem to have done some nice artwork moreover FLA's album covers.
I think TNI, Hardwired and Implode have a coolest covers, and Flavour is visually really cool from the inside of an album booklet (though I like that cover too).
well yeah the cover art is cool, its dave mckean! he is the man ... did all those sandman covers in the 90s... and the cover for the fourth dark tower book. he is one of those people that really captured the spirit of the 90s for me.
I've been listening FLA for almost 3 years now. I like all their albums since Caustic Grip, and some 80's stuff is great too. I love their layered sci-fi sound, dystopic atmosphere, vocals sound freaking cool (Leeb also got hell of a sexy voice, lol), and their album cover art is cool. Even those lyrics are something I would describe "linguistically aesthetic", with interesting subjects behind.