Replicants ‎– Destination Unknown (US Promo 12″)

For fans of NIN, Gravity Kills etc…. (Industrial Rock) we have the only 12″ release by Replicants released in 1995. They were made up of Paul D’Amour, (Bassist from Tool) Chris Pitman (keyboards who did a bit of work with Gun N’Roses) Greg Edwards (drums,guitars and keyboards, who was in Failure and did work with UNKLE) and Ken Andrews (lead vocals, guitars and bass and Perfect Circle) This was a cover of the Missing Persons release from 1982. They only released one album which was all covers and something I’m going to look out for.

The “Collision Mix” is the more dance floor friendly if you like your beats harsh and crunchy. The “Mosimann Mix” clears everything up with the beats crisper, my favourite of the mixes.

Zoo Entertainment ‎– ZP 17192-1SAM_9495

A1 Destination Unknown (Statik Mix) 5:14
A2 Destination Unknown (Collision Mix) 5:37
A3 Destination Unknown (Statik Edit) 4:38
B1 Destination Unknown (Mosimann Mix) 4:36
B2 Destination Unknown (Album Version) 5:09
B3 Destination Unknown (Statik Instrumental) 5:05



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