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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: #30,539 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

Product Description

13 tracks. 28-page booklet with printed song lyrics & artwork. Parental Advisory - Explicit Content. Liquid 8 Records. 2003.

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By don cavanaugh on April 21 2004
Format: Audio CD
while not being the biggest fan of "digimortal" from the best techno-metal band around, i was a little scared to listen to this new cd. with a new logo, new guitarist and new label, i was concerned of the direction on this cd... Man, to say i was happy is an understatement. this is their best since demanufacture. That is huge! brilliant guys. absolutely brilliant! they finally found the perfect mix and just brutal production kicks you right in the as*! Fear Factory is back on top and back to doing what they do best...SHRED! they sound just awesome on this new cd and it will breathe new life for the band... congrats!
Oh yeah... get the damn cd!
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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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Format: Audio CD
Whenever I first hear of a band, I get their newest album first, and then work from their first on. I don't know why, that's just the way I do things, and it usually works out well. In the case of Fear Factory and Archetype, I was buying a questionable album, since the band had recently undergone some changes. I was not disappointed, however:
"Slave Labour" 10/10 One of the best tracks, a terrific opener.
"Cyberwaste" 9/10 Probably the heaviest track on the album, the first few seconds alone will send metallic shivers down your spine.
"Act of God" 7.5/10 A good song, not quite as good as the first two, but still good nonetheless.
"Drones" 8.5/10 Still not matching Slave Labour, but an excellent track.
"Archetype" 10/10 The title track, in my opinion the best on the album.
"Corporate Cloning" 9/10 With a catchy but not annoying beat, this one shows off Burton's vocals in an interesting way.
"Bite The Hand That Bleeds" 10/10 Another amazing track, the most melodic on the album.
"Undercurrent" 9/10 Disliked it at first, but it definitely grew on me. Great track.
"Default Judgement" 9/10 Great, what more can I say?
"Bonescraper" 6.5/10 A nice heavy track, but just not on par with the rest of the album.
"Human Shields" 7/10 OK, but nothing too special.
"Acension" 2/10 This lyric-less track wouldve been OK at 2 minutes or so, but as it is the longest track(7 minutes), it drags the album down.
"School" 7/10 I figured at first listen that this wasnt a FF song. Not bad, but I'd say it's thankful this Nirvana cover is short.
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By Trauma on Sept. 20 2004
Format: Audio CD
I remember watching FF gain momentum way back when and I allways thought that they would make a pivotal album someday.
Archetype is it for me it just takes off and never lands or loses speed or hits any bumps along the way.
When I heard that they had broken up I was glad cause one more cd with 9 minute songs about robots and I swear I was going to jump out of a window or eat the cd or both.
There is such a thing as too much of a good thing.
So when the news spread that they were reforming without Dino Cazares,Rhys Fulber or RoadRunner Records I was mortified and stricken with images of Fear Factory playing those 9 minute songs live with nothing more than an old IBM and a 3rd rate casio keyboard!!!!
So as soon as the cd was released I ran and bought myself a copy cause I love train wrecks in every shape and size and I didnt want to be influenced at all good or bad by other people and their criticism of it.
I kept waiting for it to lapse into some absurd theme but it never did Archetype ended I was floored,impressed and in awe.
I love this cd and every single song on it!!!!!
Including the cover of Nirvanas School.
I hope everything that follows is this punishing and determined sounding from FF this is a brand new start from one of the best metal bands on the planet and Archetype raises the bar high and is a landmark piece for this genre as much as Soul of a New Macine and De manufacture were so many years ago.
If you buy this look for the good copy with the dvd included,it really does give some insight into how they came apart and its got the vid for Cyberwaste.
Cant beat that!!!
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