Clone (Threshold album)

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Clone
Studio album by Threshold
Released November 20, 1998
Recorded March 1998
Genre Progressive metal
Length 58:38
Label Giant Electric Pea
Producer Karl Groom and Richard West
Threshold chronology
Extinct Instinct
(1997)
Clone
(1998)
Hypothetical
(2001)

Clone is the fourth studio album by British progressive metal band Threshold, released in 1998. This album is the first to feature longtime singer Andrew "Mac" McDermott and the final album to feature drummer Mark Heaney. In October 2012 Nuclear Blast released a "Definitive Edition", including three bonus tracks.

The album also comes closer than any other by the band to presenting a loose storyline through its songs, describing how the genetic manipulation of humans leads to the development of telepathy, and how these enhanced humans leave the earth to colonize other planets, eventually returning to Earth centuries later.

UK Planet Rock (radio station) DJ Darren Redick features on the introduction to the song 'Goodbye Mother Earth'.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Freaks" – 5:23
  2. "Angels" – 6:42
  3. "The Latent Gene" – 8:00
  4. "Lovelorn" – 5:41
  5. "Change" – 4:33
  6. "Life's Too Good" – 5:27
  7. "Goodbye Mother Earth" – 7:58
  8. "Voyager II" – 9:04
  9. "Sunrise On Mars" – 5:47

Definitive Edition[edit]

The 2012 reissue contains three bonus tracks:

  1. "Freaks (Live In Paris)" – 5:24 A song originally included on Concert in Paris
  2. "Change (Live In Paris)" – 4:43 A song originally included on Concert in Paris
  3. "The Latent Gene (Uncut Version)" – 9:12 A song originally included on Replica (Threshold album)

Personnel[edit]

Definitive Edition bonus tracks: