[Zombies] URB Essentials - MBM

jrbruce at mail.plymouth.edu jrbruce at mail.plymouth.edu
Mon Apr 11 22:42:52 EDT 2005


Amen to that!
I still have satyricon running strong in my car and on itunes. you cant touch 
that album, you just cant

Quoting Benny Sanches <Benny_Sanches at digidesign.com>:

> Sweet. Satyricon is still one of my all time favorites, in rotation one
> a month. 99% is close behind but the new album just might step to the
> top in my book.....
>  
> Benny
>  
> -----Original Message-----
> From: zombies-bounces at hollyfeld.org
> [mailto:zombies-bounces at hollyfeld.org] On Behalf Of felicia
> Sent: Saturday, April 09, 2005 8:01 AM
> To: zombies at hollyfeld.org
> Subject: [Zombies] URB Essentials - MBM
>  
> (forgive me if this was already posted...didn't see it...)
>  
> URB Magazine (April 2005 issue, page 104) - URB Essentials section had A
> look back at the greatest URB albums of all times (Plus some classics
> you might have missed).
>  
> First album mentioned: MBM - Satyricon
>  
> Meat Beat Manifesto - Satyricon (Play It Again Sam /Mute U.S.)
>     We've said it before, but here it is again. Jack Dangers and Jonny
> Stephens, the evil geniuses behind Meat Beat Manifesto, are flippin'
> wizards. They're the dub Aphex Twin. OK, when Meat Beat originated back
> in 1987, they were touted as industrial (because they were on Wax
> Trax!), but that was before every music writer with a thesaurus and a
> hard-on for marketing started pulling stuff like "acid reggae flute
> jazz" out their asses.
>    Dangers and Stephens left Wax Trax! for Electra in 1992, leaving the
> industrial moniker behind, too. The media christened the major-label
> debut Satyricon "techno", which can be attributed both to their tour
> with Orbital and Ultramarine, and the album's hooky update of synth pop
> nancies such as Depeche Mode, who were basically mincing Detroit techno
> groupies to begin with.
>   Since then, the Meat Beat cut and paste sound, drawing on disparate
> influences, has led writers to describe Satyricon as a catalyst for
> everything from trip-hop to jungle. Subsequent releases went on to
> explore even less conventional aesthetics, and writers (including this
> one) still struggle to define this album. But, like Michael Jackson said
> (before he went crazy and started force-feeding boy scouts Merlot): "You
> got to be starting something." - Ken Jannette
>  
>  
> Also, I'm sure to no ones surprise, in the same issue - Charts section,
> Z-trip has MBM - What is Hip? listed in his top 10. 
>  
>  
> cheers, 
> felicia
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