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SENSER - 1994 - STACKED UP [FLAC]

Discussion in 'Non-punk anarchist music' started by theoldpunk, Oct 22, 2009.

  1. theoldpunk

    theoldpunkExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


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    Senser - Stacked Up
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    Artist...............: Senser
    Album................: Stacked Up
    Genre................: Metal-punk techno-rap
    Source...............: CD
    Year.................: 1994
    Ripper...............: EAC (Secure mode) & Toshiba DVDW/HD SD-L802B
    Codec................: Free Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC)
    Version..............: reference libFLAC 1.2.1 20070917
    Quality..............: Lossless, (avg. compression: 91 %)
    Channels.............: Stereo / 44100 HZ / 16 Bit
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    Ripped by............: theoldpunk on 21/10/2009
    Posted by............: theoldpunk on 21/10/2009
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    Tracklisting
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    1. (00:05:12) Senser - States of Mind
    2. (00:05:23) Senser - The Key
    3. (00:04:34) Senser - Switch
    4. (00:04:09) Senser - Age of Panic
    5. (00:05:08) Senser - What's Going On
    6. (00:03:24) Senser - One Touch One Bounce
    7. (00:05:46) Senser - Stubborn
    8. (00:06:39) Senser - Door Game
    9. (00:05:41) Senser - Peanut Head
    10. (00:05:50) Senser - Peace
    11. (00:05:20) Senser - Eject
    12. (00:02:41) Senser - No Comply
    13. (00:03:05) Senser - Worth

    Playing Time.........: 01:07:59
    Total Size...........: 426.16 MB

    NFO generated on.....: 21/10/2009 21:43:42


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    A punkdubtechnorapmetaltrance mash-up, brilliantly executed and with a real
    lyrical depth. Senser put on a great show (I remember coming back knackered
    from a day fighting nazis to watch this lot play - it was like aural
    amphetamine!), but musical differences (!) led to a split. They've reformed
    and released new material in the last couple of years, with more or less all of
    the original line-up here, and have moved the sound on without losing too
    much along the way. Stacked Up contains one of the finest anti-fascist
    fighting songs (No Comply) ever recorded.

    http://oldpunksneverdie.com
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    SENSER Biography

    Senser was formed in the late 1980s by a group of friends and musicians from South West London – Nick Michaelson (guitar), Heitham Al-Sayed (vocals), Kerstin Haigh (vocals), John Morgan (drums), James Barrett (bass) and Haggis (engineer, producer, programmer). In 1992 they were joined by Spiral Tribe DJ, Andy Clinton.

    Their music is a mix of rock, rap and electronic elements. Their first album, 'Stacked Up', was released in 1994 and was one of the first rap/rock crossover records and the band are widely regarded as being pioneers of the 'nu-metal' genre (Although the actual name and rise of the genre came about a number of years after 'Stacked Up's release) and are often attributed with the subsequent success of The Prodigy, who took rock and dance a step further.

    They split up in 1999 and Heitham and John formed 'Lodestar', a less electronic, more melodic, metal orientated 4-piece in which Heitham sang throughout, rather than rapped. Lodestar created one superb self-titled album before themselves calling it a day.

    In the meantime, Kerstin lead the vocals on the next Senser album 'Asylum' which had stronger dance roots, but still with the familiar thrashy guitar riffs. Although no where near as popular as Stacked Up, Asylum's closer affiliation with D&B spawned numerous remixes, some of which accompanied the main album itself, making it a 2-CD release.

    In 2003, Senser reformed in the original line-up, to work on a compilation of their 2 90's albums. Their time together also spawned brand new material, released as the album 'Schematic' in 2004. The new album brought back the old sound from Stacked Up but with noticeable melodic and dance influences from Lodestar and the Senser 'Asylum' album.

    A new album 'How To Do Battle' was released in September 2009, and Senser is currently on tour supporting the release.

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  2. statuliber

    statuliberExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


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    I'm not able to open one of your fucking hexagon.cc stuff!!! could just put it up somewhere else or somethin'?