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Cable Regime was a British industrial rock and noise band that existed between 1988 and 1997. Cable Regime released three albums, two EPs, a 12" single, and was included on various compilation albums. Its final album, Cable Regime, was released in 2000. Paul Neville was a member of the band Godflesh, and Diarmuid Dalton is a member of the band Jesu.

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