Re-Entry (Techno Animal album)

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Re-Entry
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Studio album by
Released20 June 1995
Genre Illbient
Length148:31
Label Virgin
Producer Justin Broadrick and Kevin Martin
Techno Animal chronology
Ghosts
(1991)
Re-Entry
(1995)
Techno Animal Versus Reality
(1998)
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Re-Entry is the second album by the Illbient band Techno Animal, released on 20 June 1995 through Virgin Records.

Contents

Track listing

All tracks are written by Justin Broadrick and Kevin Martin, except "Flight of the Hermaphrodite" and "Needle Park" co-written by Jon Hassell [2] .

Disc one: Dream Machinery
No.TitleLength
1."Flight of the Hermaphrodite"10:56
2."The Mighty Atom Smasher"10:04
3."Mastodon Americanus"7:23
4."City Heathen Dub"10:04
5."Narco Agent vs. The Medicine Man"14:00
6."Demodex Invasion"19:14
Total length:71:44
Disc two: Heavy Lids
No.TitleLength
1."Evil Spirits/Angel Dust"9:45
2."Catatonia"15:44
3."Needle Park"10:41
4."Red Sea"11:20
5."Cape Canaveral"21:28
6."Resuscitator"7:46
Total length:76:47 148:31

Personnel

Techno Animal

Additional musicians and production

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References

  1. Cooper, Sean. "Re-Entry". Allmusic. Retrieved November 9, 2012.
  2. "Re-Entry Discogs entry (includes liner notes)". discogs.com. Discogs . Retrieved December 28, 2017.