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Teknowhore

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Released  18 June 1996
Producer  Slave and Krztoff
Artist  Bile
Label  Energy Rekords
Length  66:55
TeknoWhore (1996)  The Darkbeat EP (1996)
Release date  18 June 1996
Genre  Industrial metal
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Recorded  Music Palace, Long Island, New York, Summer-Fall 1995
Similar  Suckpump, Sex Reflex, Demonic Electronic

TeknoWhore is the second studio album by the American industrial metal band Bile, released in 1996. The album was released on the now defunct Energy Records and had not been reproduced since the company's fold in 2000. After being out of print for three years, Bile decided to re-release the album alongside their out-of-print first release, Suckpump, as a digipak titled Frankenhole in 2003. TeknoWhore was written and recorded by Krztoff, produced by Krztoff and Slave, mixed by Slave, and engineered by Steve Spaperri and Patrick Gordon.

Contents

Track listing

  1. "Intro" - 2:09
  2. "Teknowhore" - 2:08
  3. "Weather Control" - 4:38
  4. "No One I Call Friend" - 6:28
  5. "Habitual Sphere" - 4:38
  6. "Compound Pressure" - 5:14
  7. "Interstate Hate Song" - 3:35
  8. "Green Day" - 1:12
  9. "No I Don't Know" - 2:31
  10. "Suckers" - 2:18
  11. "Lowest Form" - 4:54
  12. "You Can't Love This (Pt. 1)" - 1:00
  13. "You Can't Love This (Pt. 2)" - 6:08
  14. "You Can't Love This (Pt. 3)" - 3:21
  15. "You Can't Love This (Pt. 4)" - 6:26
  16. "Solitude Is Bliss" - 10:15

Credits

Bile in the studio
  • Krztoff - Lead vocals, guitarz, bass, sitar, drums, distortions, atmospheres, Kawai K-1, samples, porno, programming, Zoom FX, pedals, Roland W-30, line input overdrives.
  • Slave - Programming, EMS-Synthi, RFB-40 shortwave, Juno-106, Korg Monopoly, Oberheim Matrix 6, samples, loops, treatments.
  • Brett and Archie A.K. did backup vox on "Teknowhore" and "No I Don't Know."
  • Omen spewed 'emu omenfuck' backgrounds on "You Can't Love This."
  • Bile on the road
  • Krztoff - Lead vox, guitarz, programs
  • Brett Pirozzi - Vox, bass, guitar
  • R.H. Bear - Keyboards, bass and video
  • Slave - Keyboards, EMS Synthi, programs
  • Darrell - Lightning and effects
  • No Live freakshow
  • Produced by Slave and Krztoff
  • Mixed by Slave
  • Recorded in Music Palace, Long Island, N.Y., Summer-Fall 1995
  • Engineered by Steve "Potso" Spaperri and Patrick Gordon
  • 1/2in. tape editor - Slave
  • Album arrangement, sequence and interludes by Krztoff and Slave
  • Songs

    1Intro2:10
    2Teknowhore2:09
    3Weather Control4:38

    References

    Teknowhore Wikipedia


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