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Category: Industrial Metal

Year: 1995

Label: Roadrunner Records

Catalog Number: RR 8892-2

Average Rating: 76 / 100 (2 ratings)

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Fear Factory Demanufacture Album Cover

Dino Cazares All Guitars
Burton C. Bell Vocals
Raymond Herrera Drums
Christian Olde Wolbers Bass
Bonus tracks only found on the digipak reissue.
1.  Demanufacture  4:13
2.  Self Bias Resistor  5:12
3.  Zero Signal  5:57
4.  Replica  3:56
5.  New Breed  2:49
6.  Dog Day Sunrise  4:45
7.  Body Hammer  5:05
8.  Flashpoint  2:53
9.  H-K (Hunter-Killer)  5:17
10.  Pisschrist  5:25
11.  A Therapy for Pain  9:43
12.  Your Mistake bonus track  1:30
13.  !Resistancia! bonus track  2:55
14.  New Breed bonus track, revolutionary designed mix  2:58
15.  Replica bonus track, electric sheep mix  3:58
Total Running Time:  66:36

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Existing comments about this CD

From: robert Date: October 30, 2002 at 9:09
temas brutales como replica hacen q me ponga las pilas y mueva mi melena y mi cuerpo al ritmo de la caña alucinante q son capaces d hacer estos bestias.

From: Nupetor Date: March 27, 2003 at 13:02
Pioneer album of the 90's aggressive metal! A must have for everyone who digs extreme metal!

From: darkfirelord Date: April 16, 2003 at 19:45
all i have to say is this i one of the best cds i have ever heard

From: SeNeK Date: September 2, 2003 at 5:52
Un putain de bon album qui déchire tout sur son passage! C'est carré, brutal et torturé, bref un album indispensable à tous les amateurs de zik bryuante!

From: Luke Date: January 31, 2004 at 0:24
Damn right it's fucking A... Your Mistake is a cool cover too (it's an Agnostic Front track)

From: StevE F Date: October 23, 2004 at 8:54
I love this album! Especially 'Demanufacture', 'zero Singal' and 'Pisschrist'. These guys sound like Meshuggah, but more elctronic, and more straight foward. And about Meshuggah, where the hell are they on this website!!! They are heavier and more metal than most bands on this site! Demanufacture is a killer album in its own right! The Drummer is crazy, but the guitar work could be better. The singer has his moments also. Highly Recommended

From: Snake Date: August 1, 2005 at 8:47
ha though this is very late since last post maybe ppl have noticed that this site isnt really that extreme... i mean where the hell is immortal, burzum, emperor O WOW they have mayhem but thats about as extreme as it gets. Yeh and where the fuck is meshuggah anyway there not 2hard 4 this site are they?

From: rick kerch vzla Date: November 4, 2013 at 17:56
This was the album that put the band in a high position and as "a new sensation" in metal terms back then,for me to be honest the sound is quite repetitive in most of the songs and so it wasn't my cup of tea at all...the best cut has to be "Replica" and in fact it was the "hit single" off the release...tracks 5,7 & 8 are also,let's say,strong cuts...i own the first print so i'm missing the bonus tracks that are basically remixes and a couple of new ones,for me is just good the one i have...65/100

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