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A Meat Beat Manifesto album is a special thing, since it usually manages to encompass the styles of other acts while still having a distinct voice of its own. Satyricon features the sample-trippy goofiness of the Orb, the sharp, rock-flavored house of the Chemical Brothers, the streamlined trance of Orbital, and the well-oiled angst of Nine Inch Nails, and that's just for starters. Long-term frontman Jack Dangers truly has a producer's ear, which gives his blend of dance music a… read more



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  • I sometimes forget how amazing this album is.
  • Needs more listeners.
  • deserves far more shouts
  • uploaded "potsounds", huh? Is it just me or is it the perfect album for listening to like 7 in the morning after staying awake the whole night?
  • This is in my personal top ten of favorite albums. The best MBM album to me.
  • the shit
  • "I am a zombie, I am a zombie, I am a zombie" Still my favourite MBM album. It'd be VERY nice if it was given some lush remastering treatment at some point in the future.
  • not my favorite from MBM
  • It's that shirt. It's that shirt.
  • q-q

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