|The Brotherhood of the Bomb|
|Studio album by|
|Released||11 September 2001|
|Techno Animal chronology|
|Drowned in Sound||9/10|
The Brotherhood of the Bomb is the fourth album by the Illbient band Techno Animal, released on 11 September 2001 through Matador Records.
Illbient is a genre of electronic music. The term was allegedly coined by DJ Olive to describe the music being produced by a community of artists based in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York in 1994. The word "Illbient" combines the hip hop slang term "ill" and "ambient".
Techno Animal is an industrial hip hop duo formed in 1990 in London, England by British composers and musicians Justin Broadrick and Kevin Martin. The name addresses the concept of a technological animal and is not a direct reference to the techno genre.
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All music is composed by Techno Animal.
|1.||"Cruise Mode 101"||Rubberoom||4:48|
|2.||"Glass Prism Enclosure"||Beans, High Priest, M. Sayyid||4:23|
|10.||"We Can Build You"||El-P, Vast Aire||4:16|
Credits adapted from The Brotherhood of the Bomb liner notes
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