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8 thoughts on “ Prong - Rude Awakening Remixes (Vinyl)

  1. Prong had been leaning in an industrial direction since 'Irrelevant thoughts' on Prove You Wrong. With Rude Awakening they made a quasi-concept album that never got the attention it deserved. The guitar tone here is even better than on Cleansing, and the production is full-on industrial with Charlie Clouser of Nine Inch Nails doing keyboards on /5(30).
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  2. Rude Awakening (The Remixes) () % Live () > Rude Awakening Prong. Type: Full-length Release date: May 14th, Catalog ID: EK Version desc.: Enhanced Label: Epic Records Format: CD Reviews: 4 reviews (avg. .
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  3. Apr 23,  · It was also released as a special limited edition on 12" red vinyl. The album was reissued in as a digipak version, featuring four remixes of the "Rude Awakening" single and a new booklet/5(12).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Rude Awakening on Discogs. Label: Epic - EPC 2,Epic - 2 • Format: CD Single • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Thrash, Industrial, Experimental, Ambient.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Rude Awakening on Discogs. Label: Epic - 6,Epic - EPC 6 • Format: Vinyl 12 Prong - Rude Awakening (, Vinyl) | Discogs4/5(2).
  6. Prong continued to refine their piercing attack on Rude Awakening, while they are simultaneously expanding their sonic vocabulary. Throughout the record, they continue to mix in industrial rhythms and effects - there are samples scattered all over the album, but the key to the success of Rude Awakening is the precise, drilling effect of the /5(30).
  7. Rude Awakening Remixes, a Single by Prong. Released in on Epic (catalog no. ESK ; CD). Genres: Alternative Metal, Industrial Metal, Electro-Industrial.
  8. Rude Awakening was a natural follow-up. Informed by classic post-punk influences like Killing Joke and like-minded Brits Head of David, it showcased Prong’s continued move into more industrial territory. From the jarring lead song “Controller” to the sweeping chords of the title track, it was Prong’s most mature and fulfilled work to date. It was also to be Prong’s last for epic.

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