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Sphere Lazza: Incinerate

  1. Under Pressure
  2. Justified?
  3. Kiss The Serpent
  4. Victim Of The Flesh
  5. Cyberchrist
  6. Mortal Wounds
  7. Deadlock
  8. LD 50
  9. Empty V
  10. Damned Nations
  11. MK Ultra

On first glance you might mistake this album as the debut release by Sphere Lazza. In fact, it is anything but a debut album. Incinerate compiles songs from Sphere Lazza's self-released album "CyberChrist", the Arts Industria cassette "+incinerate" as well as several new songs. Sphere Lazza has also had the good fortune to be recently sign to Hard Records out of Denmark and you can expect a licensed domestic release on Cleopatra sometime in the winter of 1995. The music has been described as 'late eighties Wax Trax' and that sums up the sound pretty accurately. Strong programming and caustic dance rhythms are a constant throughout the album. My personal favorite tracks include 'Under Pressure' & 'Justified' the two most catchy tracks with a chorus that reels you in and and doesn't let go. I've been listening to these guys for several years now and it is great that they have finally received recognition for their work. I expect more good music music out of this due in the future.

Sphere Lazza is Spaz & David Trousdale

Sphere Lazza
P.O. Box 9112
Ocala, FL 34479

Fifth Column Records
P.O. Box 787
Ben Franklin Station
Washington D.C. 20044


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