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New Mind: Zero To The Bone

  1. blindfield1
  2. badheadgirl
  3. D.N.J. (carrion)
  4. stoneheart
  5. touch (can't afford to be a woman)
  6. silent
  7. blindfield2
  8. when I was a boy
  9. turn to stone
  10. impact
  11. left to fade
  12. 3angel
  13. left to fade (gunhed remix)
  14. krak

As much as I despise making direct comparisons between one band and another the only way to do this band justice is to compare it to the two most recent Front 242 albums. Strong female vocals, groundbreakingly innovative programming, and the ability to stop on a dime while in a dancefloor breakbeat and dip into an ambient backslide only to give you whiplash with the sudden reacceleration, all elements of someone with a strong musical schooling exploring the electro industrial music scene. Don't get me wrong, this band is NOT Front 242, but many of the elements that made their recent albums function so tight and integrated are utilized with the same fine degree of musical genius by New Mind. New Mind is one of the many third generation industrial musicians that all eyes will be turning towards as they begin to redefine much of the genre.

New Mind is: Johnathan Sharp

Fifth Column Records
P.O. Box 787
Washington, D.C. 20044


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