Desensitized (Pitchshifter album)

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Desensitized
Studio album by Pitchshifter
Released December 14, 1993
Recorded April - May 1993 at Rhythm Studios
Genre Industrial metal
Length 74:53
Label Earache
Producer Paul Johnston
Pitchshifter
Pitchshifter chronology
Submit
(1992)
Desensitized
(1993)
The Remix War
(1995)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Desensitized is an album by the industrial metal band, Pitchshifter, released in 1993. A music video was made for the track "Triad" that featured the band playing in a white room. The same track was also featured in the 1994 science fiction/horror film, Brainscan.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks by Pitchshifter

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Lesson One"     0:02
2. "Diable"     6:02
3. "Ephemerol"     4:14
4. "Triad"     4:30
5. "To Die Is Gain"     4:52
6. "(A Higher Form of) Killing"     4:44
7. "Lesson Two"     0:06
8. "Cathode"     7:31
9. "N/A"     0:13
10. "Gatherer. of. Data."     4:57
11. "N.C.M."     5:10
12. "Routine" (Includes the hidden track "Landfill")   32:22

Personnel[edit]

Pitchshifter
Production
  • Johnny Carter - programming
  • Paul Johnston - engineering
  • Pitchshifter - production
  • Paul Johnston - production
  • Omni-Design - cover design
  • Matt Anchor - photographer
  • Musgub and Mike (Decon) Carter - belated thanks
  • Rick, John A.(and co.), Carol, Shaun, Alex - thanks
  • Videocore, Bivouac - respect
  • Paul, Johnston, Rabbit, John Peel, Dig & Co, Mark Walmesley and Stuart Knight - special thanks

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