Symbiotics (album)

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Released2 November 1999
Genre Illbient
Label Force Inc. Music Works
Producer Justin Broadrick, Thomas Köner, Kevin Martin, Andy Mellwig
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Symbiotics is a collaborative album by Porter Ricks and Techno Animal, released on 2 November 1999 through Force Inc. Music Works.


Track listing

1."Polytoxic 1" Thomas Köner, Andy Mellwig4:49
2."Hydrozoid" Justin Broadrick, Kevin Martin 5:56
3."Polytoxic 2"Thomas Köner, Andy Mellwig6:18
4."Bio-Morphium"Justin Broadrick, Kevin Martin6:07
5."Phosphoric"Thomas Köner, Andy Mellwig8:53
6."Anthrazite"Justin Broadrick, Kevin Martin7:55
7."Ionic"Thomas Köner, Andy Mellwig12:56
8."Monosphate"Justin Broadrick, Kevin Martin5:45


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