“The Initial Command” with subtitled Oppression Breeds Violence is Front Line Assembly’s debut album, originally released in Europe in 1987 by KK Records, Belgium. The album features eight tracks that showcase the band’s early sound, which incorporates elements of electronic body music (EBM), industrial, and techno. The album was later reissued in 1990 by ROIR in the US.
The artwork for the album was created by C. Lepke, while the design and production were done by David Rosychuk. The album was engineered by Bill Leeb and mixed by Michael Balch.
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Front Line Assembly is a Canadian electro-industrial band formed in 1986 by Bill Leeb and Michael Balch after they left Skinny Puppy. The band has released numerous albums and has undergone several lineup changes over the years. Their music is known for its use of samples, synthesizers, and sequencers. Front Line Assembly’s music has stood the test of time and continues to be popular among fans of electronic and industrial music.
The album features eight tracks: “The State,” “Insanity Lurks Nearby,” “Casualties,” “Ausgang Zum Himmel,” “Nine Times,” “Black March,” “No Control,” and “Slaughter House”. The album was appreciated by Alain Neffe and Josef Verbruggen of KK Records, Belgium.
XS Band Tshirt – 17″(43cm) x 26″(66cm)
S Band Tshirt – 18″(46cm) x 28″(71cm)
M Band Tshirt – 19″(48cm) x 29″(74cm)
L Band Tshirt – 21″(53cm) x 30″(76cm)
XL Band Tshirt – 23″(58cm) x 31″(79cm)
XXL Band Tshirt – 25″(63cm) x 32″(81cm)
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