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Image Transmission - Shoot Your Shot album

Image Transmission - Shoot Your Shot album
  • Performer Image Transmission
  • Title Shoot Your Shot
  • Date of release 1995
  • Style EBM
  • Other formats AHX RA MP4 VOC AU MP1 XM
  • Genre Electronic
  • Size MP3 1567 mb
  • Size FLAC 1159 mb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 521

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A grace-saving version of the title track. With the bright in-your-face sub-pop music of the first two tracks I was ready to write them off as groundswell EBM-style group trying for more mainstream appeal. With the second two, I guess they save their bacon

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Tracklist

1 Shoot Your Shot (v1.1) 4:15
2 Bound To Die (v0.9) 4:04
3 Agony Of Ecstacy (v1.1) 4:34
4 Shoot Your Shot (v1.2) 3:52

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – DADC Austria
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Discordia
  • Copyright (c) – Discordia

Credits

  • Composed By – John de Raaf
  • Engineered By – Frits van Mourik
  • Layout And Cover Design By – Dina Van Duuren
  • Performed – Image Transmission
  • Produced – Image Transmission, Mitch Langeveld
  • Sampled Guitar By – Peter Einfeld

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 017030 122998
  • Label Code: LC 7802
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L555
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 94A7
  • Matrix / Runout: A0000173004-0101 15

Talk about Image Transmission - Shoot Your Shot


Mr.Twister
The title track bursts out of your speakers like a rehash of DONNA SUMMER / GIORGIO MORODER's "I Feel Love" then transmutes into a kind of bright EBM version of the PET SHOP BOYS with gravelly Germanic vocals. "Bound To Die v0.9" follows in much the same style - rapid sequencer over which snappy snares spit and the throat-tearing voice growls. "Agony To Ecstasy v1.1" is altogether the most interesting track in this brief collection with the rapid-fire seq held down & back in the mix while nasty snarling red noise washes around in the foreground. Add to this Gregorian-Chant-like snatches, that voice in need of TCP and some nice tubular bells-like keyboard. "Shoot Your Shot v1.2" is one hell of a lot better than the original - gone is the bright rapid sequence and in it's place is a more grave, dark piece of music - much more depth and loads of interesting sounds. A grace-saving version of the title track. With the bright in-your-face sub-pop music of the first two tracks I was ready to write them off as groundswell EBM-style group trying for more mainstream appeal. With the second two, I guess they save their bacon. I cannot recommend it as a 'must-buy' single, but I wouldn't put you off seeking them out - you may find them worth the effort. Originally reviewed for Soft Watch.