|Techno Animal Versus Reality|
|Studio album and Remix album by Techno Animal|
|Released||March 30, 1998|
|Producer||Justin Broadrick, Kevin Martin|
|Techno Animal chronology|
Techno Animal Versus Reality is a remix album by the Illbient band Techno Animal, released on March 30, 1998 through City Slang.
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|2.||"Demonoid" (remix)||Porter Ricks||6:30|
|8.||"Bionic Beatbox" (remix)||Tortoise||5:18|
|10.||"Atomic Buddha" (remix)||Alec Empire||5:44|
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