Clubbed 2 Death - 1992

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A dance album, with vocals performed by the leading serial killers of our time! Includes a distinctive rendering of Led Zeppelin's Dazed and Confused.


Included here is the original version of The Slaughtering Eye, originally released on Extreme Records

the pain lesson
File Size: 3266 kb
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king_of_the_world.mp3
File Size: 4580 kb
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the_slaughtering_eye_remix.mp3
File Size: 4278 kb
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music_to_kill_by.mp3
File Size: 4697 kb
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dazed_and_confused.mp3
File Size: 4524 kb
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age_of_the_barbarians.mp3
File Size: 3995 kb
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none_to_look_back.mp3
File Size: 3440 kb
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charlie_dont_dance.mp3
File Size: 5690 kb
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love_is_the_only_weapon.mp3
File Size: 7750 kb
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BONUS TRACK: the_slaughtering_eye.mp3
File Size: 4461 kb
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Credits

Produced by Ian E Smith & Sean Kelly

Additional Musicians: Sandro Donati, John Justin, Rohan Timlock, Chris Windmill

Thanks to: David Cox, Jonathon Brown, John Grant, Peter Barnes, Rod Kuna, Robina Sharp, Sean Kelly, Stephen Walker, Stu Storm, Andrew Haig, Lisa Herbert

Reviews

Reviewed by: Stuart Hosking, 02 March 1992, Melbourne, Australia
 I'd hazard a guess that there aren't too many people with a degree in music writing dance music. Well, Ian Eccles-Smith is one of those few; a classically trained musician turned techno head, he has come up with a well produced album of ambient dance tracks. Strong house beats interwoven with samples and cuts from the Charles Manson Followers, curiously! Eccles-Smith calls on some other names to complete the full sound achieved and borrows samples from almost everyone including our own Single Gun Theory. At points it almost seems like they are taking the piss on the whole dance music scene, and even stretch to a version of Dazed and Confused. While this album mostly lacks vocals it never wages or loses interest. Clubbed 2 Death has been a permanent fixture on my CD player and i am already looking forward to the next taste. Definitely a person to watch out for!