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Trigger EP, Enhanced


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 27 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: EP, Enhanced
  • Label: Pindoff Record Sales Ltd.
  • ASIN: B00009AHNR
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #184,764 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Trigger (Single Edit)
2. Watch Them Feed
3. Land Of Confusion
4. Cloud Connected (Club Connected Remix)
5. Moonshield (C64 Karaoke Version)

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Album Description

Seven track EP features a newly recorded cover of the Genesis classic 'Land Of Confusion', two enhanced videos ('Trigger' & 'Cloud Connected'), & more. Nuclear Blast. 2003.

Customer Reviews

2.6 out of 5 stars

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Format: Audio CD
Single edit? HA!! More like guillotine work. What happened to the first minute of Trigger??
Watch Them Feed is the best song here, but that's not saying much despite that it could find a home on Colony.
As cover tracks go, 99% of the time the original artist does it better. Sadly, it couldn't be more obvious that Genesis does a much better song. Bad choice, guys...
Last, and certainly least are the two remixes. Cloud Connected...club remix?? Should there be more sound to it? BORING!! I have heard good music made on the Commodore 64, and this version of Moonshield is NOT it.
Horrible, horrible, horrible...the only real point to buying this is to maintain a complete In Flames collection. Buy something else.
Oh, forgot the videos. I refuse to watch the "Trigger" video, since it's the edited song. As for "Cloud Connected", Anders looks like he needs to go to the bathroom throughout the shoot, and they should've done more with the Stargate motif.
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By Cyphen17 on Sept. 6 2003
Format: Audio CD
I am depressed by this album. In Flames has been my favorite band for a few years now (ever since I discovered them), and ever since Reroute To Remain came out I'v been severly disappointed. What happened to the beautiful melodies? The emphasis has now been put on the clean lyrics and has turned the band into complete garbage. I am now sad to say I am a fan of In Flames. At least Jesper is keeping to tradition with his new band Dimension Zero. So if you dont want to vomit after you listen to music, I suggest you don't buy this album...acually don't even look at it in the music store, just turn around and walk away slowly. Then go to D for Dimension Zero and buy "Silent Night Fever", and listen to something good, or even try a good In Flames album such as "Jester Race" (which, by the way, is the undisputed best In Flames album or even best melodic death album ever)
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To all the In Flames fans: get this cd now. It's only 5 tracks, but a head banger at that. To start, it opens with Trigger, a great song, but they cut out a little too much for the single edit version. The second track is Watch Them Feed, which is the best song on the cd. I dont know what the hell the other dude was thinking, but the cover of Land of Confusion was mind-blowing. I loved it, and to everyone else who has half a brain: trust me, you will love it too. Next comes the remix for Cloud Connected; another great tune. Lastly comes the Moonshield remix, which is the only track that doesn't amuse me. This is why this EP gets four stars instead of five. Ladies and gents, this is worth your time, and it will enhance your In Flames collection. Also, look for In Flames on tour with Soilwork, Unearth, and Chimaira. I dont know Unearth or Chimaira, but check 'em out on tour.
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I'd agree with the other reviewers that this is FAR from being In Flames' best work; in fact, I'd probably call it their worst, but it's not a total waste. The Genesis cover ("Land of Confusion") is horrible; I liked the original and I love In Flames, so I was really anxious (but not optimistic after reading these reviews) to hear what the band could do with it. Well, they successfully slaughtered it. The edit of "Trigger" is good, as was the original on Reroute To Remain, and the remixes are, well, interesting, and pretty good for something different. "Watch Them Feed" is okay, nothing spectacular. So in the end, it was surely not a waste of money, but it's by no means the band's most spectacular offering.
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ill give it that its still better than all other new metal like Korn, Slipknot, Marylin Manson. and you can have a valid point for arguing that it blends nice metal and industrial. BUT IF YOU ARE A TRUE INFLAMES FAN.... DONT GET THIS!!!!!!!!!!! OR REROUTE TO REMAIN!!!!!!!!!! their changes of music styles and song writting is really depressing and sad, there is nothing that sticks out in their songs anymore, its like all the emotion has been drained from them and replaced with corporate recylced garbage! and besides, i hate industrial, so im not found of the transitions. if you like true metal, or listen to other good music, dont waste your time and money on this!!!!!!
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Last weekend I was in the music store and didn't know what to buy. Suddenly a saw "Tigger" laying on the shelf in front of me. I newer heard about "In Flames" before so I decided to try it. IT WAS AWESOM ! Truly a great mix of metal and industrial.
"Cloud Connected" was a best damn song that I ever heard. Even right now I'm listening to it.
I gave all the songs a "5" exept "Land of Confusion" (never liked it :). Buying this CD you definitely would not "waste your money". What else can I say? A new age of metal! This five tracks realy made me think so.
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By A Customer on Aug. 12 2003
Format: Audio CD
If it wasn't bad enough we already had to put up with a few of these [bad] songs on Reroute,and then a David Bowie,you might as well done a Bob Dylan cover or a Jethro Tull cover,I mean come on guys,do you remember you guys put out a masterpiece called Whoracle. Lastly whats going on I went to the club with my girlfirend who talked me into going and I heard an In Flames techno mix and it was off the Trigger CD(lol). I'm no longer an In Flames fan but you guys don't care about your real fans anyways,you getting new fans who think Korn and Slipknot are metal,which is a complete joke.
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