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FAET NAROK

X-TG

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5.00 | 1 ratings | 1 reviews | 100% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2012

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Faet Narok One (3:59)
2. Faet Narok Two (3:47)
3. Faet Narok Three (4:22)
4. Faet Narok Four (4:06)
5. Faet Narok Five (3:30)
6. Faet Narok Six (4:10)
7. Faet Narok Seven (4:02)
8. Faet Narok Eight (4:00)

Line-up / Musicians

- Chris Carter, Cosey Fanni Tutti, Peter Christopherson / all electronics and effects

Releases information

Industrial Records IR2012DL3

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Review by LearsFool
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5 stars Faet narok... Wandering... the name must've been chosen by Sleazy, for it is Thai. He spent his last few years in Bangkok, you see. But wandering... nothing else can better describe this eerie gem from three-fourths of the founding band of industrial. The album mainly leans towards a sort of industrial ambient, creepily filling your speakers with the sounds of dark forests and misdirection. Some more standard industrial also figures, including the strange, spooky "Four", ever mechanical, foreboding. It sounds like something off the soundtrack to the game "OFF". Altogether this record makes even most isolationism ambient sound as cuddly as Jon Anderson's voice. The band pulls off this darkness with all the skill and ease with which they tackled their old music, in fact showing some development in the band in terms of styles they use. Probably some of the darkest relaxation music ever, highly recommended to fans of Univers Zero and dark ambient who want more of that, as well as the industrial crowd.

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