|3||Autumn - Light edit||3:13|
|9||Seen It Comin||3:25|
|LOV02||dLUDEd||Device Works (12xFile, MP3, Album, 320)||Love Love Digital||LOV02||UK||2011|
- Artwork By – Tristian Page
- Music By – dLUDEd
Recorded @ The lastbus depot, 365 driveby and Rootless hq 2007-2010
Straight from the caber tossing moors of Aberdeen, acid connoisseur dLUDEd brings Love Love Records this full length album. An engaging montage of clean beats, deep basses and experimental synthesis all packaged within a well-honed, polished production style which is second to none. A digital escape from this mundane world dLUDEd takes you on a journey through an eclectic set of tracks, whether it be the soul soothing pads of Autumn, the rigid rhythms of Troquablush or the mechanical bass of Funnel Funkz, Device Works 2007-2010 will keep intrigued, engaged and entertained throughout.
Listen free to dLUDEd Device Works 2007 2010 Dodge Ooofa, Funnel Funkz and more. 17 tracks 65:48. Device Works 2007 2010. Electronic 2013. Dodge Ooofa. Get Started. Canada English. Internet Service Terms. Cookie Warning. Device is the only studio album by American industrial metal band Device, and the only album featuring David Draiman of Disturbed and former Filter guitarist Geno Lenardo. It was released on April 9, 2013, with their first single, Vilify, out on digital download on February 19, 2013. The second single, You Think You Know, was released on June 11, 2013. eMU DEAL. EMU PRICE . Free Download links. MP3 version ZIP size: 1600 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1832 mb WMA version ZIP size: 1944 mb. Straight from the caber tossing moors of Aberdeen, acid connoisseur dLUDEd brings Love Love Records this full length album. An engaging montage of clean beats, deep basses and experimental synthesis all packaged within a well-honed, polished production style which is second to none. Featured on LOV02 - dLUDEd - Device Works L. P released on 30082011 Available for MP3 or WAV purchase at Album 2. Release Date. Dluded 2. Christoph De Babalon 1. FFF 1. Love Love Records. Device, Device Album Review. Chad Childers. Warner Bros. Much of the band's self-titled debut disc works in industrial elements, with Draiman and the outfit's co-founder Geno Lenardo serving up some electronic effects while keeping things on the harder-edged for Draiman's longtime fan base. Right off the bat, the heaviness is evident in 'You Think You Know,' a full-on rocker that feels like a cross between Draiman's past in Disturbed with a little early Nine Inch Nails influence