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Deathstars - Night Electric Night

7.6 | 153 votes |
Release date: 30 January 2009
Style: Industrial gothic metal


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Disc I
01. Chertograd
02. Night Electric Night
03. Death Dies Hard
04. The Mark Of The Gun
05. Via The End
06. Blood Stains Blondes
07. Babylon
08. The Fuel Ignites
09. Arclight
10. Venus In Arms
11. Opium
12. Night Electric Night [The Night Ignites remix] [Limited Gold Edition bonus]
13. Via The End [piano version] [Limited Gold Edition bonus]
14. Night Electric Night [feat. Adrian Erlandsson] [Limited Gold Edition bonus]

Disc II [Gold Edition DVD]
01. Death Dies Hard
02. Virtue to Vice
03. Blitzkrieg
04. Cyanide
05. Syndrome
06. Synthetic Generation
07. Making of Death Dies Hard
08. Making of Virtue to Vice
09. Making of Blitzkrieg
10. Making of Cyanide
11. Extras

Additional info
Words by Whiplasher Bernadotte
All Music by Nightmare Industries except "Venus In Arms" - by Nightmare Industries / Cat and "Babylon" by Nightmare Industries / Rikard Löfgren
Published by Universal Music Publishing AB
Produced by Nightmare Industries
Recorded at Metrosonic Studios, New York City, USA and Future Legends Studios, Stockholm, Sweden, by Nightmare Industries assisted by Robby Baxter and Damon Zurawski.
Mixed by Stefan Glaumann at Toytown Studios, Stockholm, Sweden
Mastered by Håkan Åkesson at Cutting Room, Stockholm, Sweden
Additional Vocals on "Chertograd", "Death Dies Hard", "Via The End", "Blood Stains Blondes" and "Babylon" by Ann Ekberg
Band photos by Linda Åkerberg
Album Cover and Artwork Regular Edition:
Album Cover and Artwork Gold Edition: Joe Riot

Jackets by Freya Oliver at DeathGlam Industries
Styling & Accessories by DeathGlam Industries
Computer Services by Pontus Plaahn

Additional Bonus Track Credits:
Night Electric Night (The Night Ignites Remix) by Skinny
Voila Blood (Piano Version) by Nightmare Industries
Night Electric Night (Featuring Adrian Erlandsson - Drums)
Bonus Tracks mixed at Black Syndicate Studios Stockholm by Nightmare Industries and Skinny

Guest review by
Gothic and Industrial music are so synonymous with each other these days. Bands such as Evereve, Crematory, Darkseed, Paradise Lost, etc., have already dabbled in it, with varying successes. Deathstars are no exception. Their knack for creating modern, catchy, easy-on-the-ears metal never ceases to amaze meoops! Did I just say never? A few years ago I would have happily replied in the affirmative, but regrettably I am not so optimistic at the present time. Synthetic Generation was a good debut, Termination Bliss was outstanding, and Night Electric Night is, quite frankly, a letdown...

published 25.12.2010 | Comments (7)

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10.07.2012 - 19:06
Rating: 8

Pretty good album, although some may be put off by the twinkling keyboards and sparkly melodies.
25.04.2013 - 22:03
Rating: 9
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Written by musicalkaratekid on 10.07.2012 at 19:06

Pretty good album, although some may be put off by the twinkling keyboards and sparkly melodies.

Yap, it is very underrated..
Life has given me much, maybe taken more...
15.04.2014 - 10:53
Rating: 6

The more I listen to it the less I like it Their previous work was way better esp Termination Bliss which is a true dark jewel !

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