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Birmingham 6: Error of Judgement

  1. The Kill 4:26
  2. Summertime Is Over 5:34
  3. The Deadliest Beat 5:54
  4. Little Daemon 5:20
  5. You Cannot Walk Here 5:14
  6. Food For Thoughts 5:07
  7. The Garden 6:04
  8. One Of These Days 5:47
  9. Die For Jehovah 4:43
  10. The Scream 5:39
  11. The Trip 6:05
  12. A Good Day 5:59

Birmingham 6 return with their first new album since their 1995 debut on Cleopatra Records. This time not only have the driven to create a whole new sound for themselves, they have also acquired Jean-Luc De Meyer of Front 242 for all of the vocal work. Anyone who has been forced to settle with mediocrity of side projects like Cyber-Tec & Cobalt 60 will be instantly be pleased with this new album. If one didn't know better, you could almost swear this was a brand spanking new 242 album. Although the liner notes don't suggest it, Jean-Luc must have had something to do with the musical composition on this album. The entire release, instead of being a logical progression of the last Birmingham 6 record has germinated into the next extension Front 242. At this point, I'd normally be bitching up a storm about such a blatant musical influence but this album is so ear catching that all I can do is listen in awe and hope that it won't end.

Birmingham 6 are:
Kim Lohde Peterson
Michael Hillerup
Featuring Jean-Luc De Meyer on vocals

Cleopatra Records
8726 S. Sepulveda Blvd
Suite D82
Los Angeles, CA 90045


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