Coming this July from Artoffact Records is a remastered version of Front Line Assembly‘s 1996 single for Plasticity, which will be released on limited edition 10″ vinyl in one of three colors: black, red, or yellow. To celebrate this release, we’ve got the exclusive stream, which you can hear below!
Storming The Base writes:
Plasticity was released in 1996 following Hard Wired and was met with universal praise. The single, which is now out of print, featured two versions of Plasticity including a remix by haujobb that went on to be a standard on club DJ playlists for years to come. The b-side, Replicant, also became iconic.
The remastered rerelease of this single includes all original tracks as well as a, “…a long-lost almost never-heard remix, also by haujobb, called Dope Experience. This very rare remix has also been restored and remastered and was constructed by Daniel Myer in the mid-90s.”
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