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Archetype Explicit Lyrics


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  • Audio CD (April 20 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: CALVIN
  • ASIN: B0001XAMRM
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (119 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #44,299 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Slave Labor
2. Cyberwaste
3. Act Of God
4. Drones
5. Archetype
6. Corporate Cloning
7. Bite The Hand That Bleeds
8. Undercurrent
9. Default Judgement
10. Bonescraper
11. Human Shields
12. Ascension
13. School

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By Pierre Masse on April 20 2013
Format: Audio CD
This is what i expected very much satisfied thanks! Go out and get this album. You wil not be disapointed.
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By "jack_metal" on March 19 2005
Format: Audio CD
crazy album. but the best songs are on the first half. but its still a great album. heres the lowdown:
slave labor...5/5...hard song that kicks off this album really good
cyberwaste...5/5...heaviest song on the album. what can i say? its awesome.
act of god...4/5...kind of a step down from the first two
drones...5/5...stepped back up after the third track. this ones got cool double bass drumming.
archetype...5/5...another kickass double bass drumming beat in this one. sweet song too.
corporate cloning...5/5...very true lyrics and very good song.
bite the hand that bleeds...5/5...slower, but still very good.
undercurrent...4/5...this is where the album declines a little bit. but its still very good songs.
default judgement...4/5...this one doesnt live up to the rest of the album.
bonescraper...4/5...this songs pretty heavy, but its got kind of a happy sounding riff as the intro and chorus, so its kind of an anomoly.
human shields...3/5...this one doesnt grow on you at all after disliking it for so long.
ascension...2/5...more of an 'i have a headache i want quiet noises to sooth me' kind of song. kind of boring.
school...1/5...never was a big nirvana fan, and even ff cant save this stupid and immature tune. (and i know someone will eventually hit a 'no' underneath this saying my review wasnt helpful because i just dissed nirvana...the "best and most creative band of all time.")
ok, so with two stupid songs, 1 seven minute track of calm noises, 3 good songs, 7 awesome songs...its hard to argue with archetype. its fast, its heavy, it can be slow, and its truthful and real (besides the last track). i like that. this would be a good next pick as a cd purchase, definately. lets just leave it at this: yes i said this album displays some sub-par songs, but the rest of the album makes up for them.
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By MMAfan on April 26 2004
Format: Audio CD
Not being a Fear Factory fan from the past this cd certainly showed me what they can do. Great drumming, guitar, and vocals. Sounds way better then there older albums. Whole cd is 59 minutes long. Drumming is the best in this. Constant drumming in every song which is incredible.
TRACKS:
1-Slave Labor-10/10
2-Cyberwaste-10/10
3-Act of God-9/10
4-Drones-8/10
5-Archetype-10/10
6-Corporate Cloning-8/10
7-Bite the Hand that Bleeds-8/10
8-Undercurrent-8/10
9-Default Judgment-10/10
10-Bonescraper-10/10
11-Human Shields-10/10
12-Ascensin-10/10-Nothing really to judge here just continuous light sounds and its 7 minutes long. Continues from track 11
13-School-8/10
It also includes a limited edition dvd. There are two different versions for the dvd but only one dvd comes with the cd. You can get the Australian Tour 2004 dvd with the cd or the Fear Factory Making of dvd with the cd.It also includes the video for Cyberwaste.
It includes a golden ticket with a number that you can enter to win a trip to see Fear Factory.
New Slipknot cd May 25, 2004.
New Killswitch Engage cd May 11, 2004.
New Flaw cd May 4, 2004.
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By Evan J on April 22 2004
Format: Audio CD
All I can say at this point is wow. I have been a big Fear Factory fan for a while, but like many, I was dissapointed with the efforts on Digimortal. It lacked a lot of elements that Demanufacture and Obsolete had..and I had little faith in the band for putting together a satisfactory record this time around.
Well, I was definately wrong.
This album is incredible; it's a prefect balance of brutal bassdrum assults and melody, and any drummer will be in awe of the speed of this album. The track 'Corporate Cloning' gave me a shiver the first time I heard it..just awesome.
Thank you Dino for leaving. They're better off without you.
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By Scott Rodriguez on April 21 2004
Format: Audio CD
OKay, I have only listened to this CD twice, and it's good....but let's get real...it's FF. It sounds like Demanufacture...which sounds like Obsolete....which sounds like Digimortal. The stuccato riffs are everywhere, and pretty soon, you just get tired of them, no? I used to hate Obso and Digi, but I actually listen to them more than all the others, just because the sound is crafty and has more groove. So buy it if you like old FF, and can't get enough of it...but don't expect anything new. Oh yeah, Soul of a New Machine is their best CD by far, and is serious death metal with a creative edge.
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By Dante Giampietro on April 20 2004
Format: Audio CD
I just bought this cd about 5 hours ago and have listened to it several times already. I didn't really know what to expect when I first put it in my cd player since the band had claimed that it would be more of the Obsolete style, but I had a feeling it would be another Digimortal. What I got was an extremely infectious album that had some new elements with the awesome Fear Factory sound of their "glory days".
Archetype starts off with one of the highlights of the album " Slave Labor ", a hard hitting track with sickening double bass kicks and a catchy but powerful chorus. "Cyberwaste" is by far the heaviest track on the cd with its blast beat assualt and Burton's trademark scream/growl through the whole thing. "Drones" and the title track are both very good songs that sound like they would be off of Obsolete with their heavy verses and impressive soaring choruses ( Drones is one of the catchiest songs FF has ever released in my opinion )
However, After the title track and " Corporate Cloning" ( another great song ) we run into some minor problems..."Bite the Hand That Bleeds" is not a bad song by any means, but it is exactly what I hoped Fear Factory would advoid with this cd. It is a somewhat weak attempt at epic songs such as " A Therapy for Pain" from Demanufacture and "Ressurection" from Obsolete. It's much softer than anything they've ever done (except "Timelessness" ) which is one of the new elements I mentioned before. The next couple songs don't really stand out all too much and sound a little too similar, despite some length differences between the two, but are still pretty good in their own way.
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