Hex Angel

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Hex Angel: Utopia/Dystopia
Studio album by Velvet Acid Christ
Released 2003
Recorded 2003
Genre electro-industrial
Length 56:44
Label Metropolis Records
Producer Bryan Erickson
Velvet Acid Christ chronology
Twisted Thought Generator '''Hex Angel: Utopia/Dystopia''' Oblivion Interface

Hex Angel: Utopia/Dystopia (2003) is an electro-industrial album by Velvet Acid Christ.

The single "Pretty Toy" contains samples of the lines "On a long enough timeline, the survival rate for everyone drops to zero" and "My God...I haven't been fucked like that since grade school." Both are lines from the film Fight Club.[1] The song Hypoxia contains clips from the movie "The Cell." The song "Crawl" contains numerous lines and audio samples from the film The Ninth Gate. The track "Exit" contains audio clips from the movies Ghost in the Shell, The Matrix and Requiem for a Dream. "Dead Tomorrow" has a sample from Pi. "Convex" contains samples from Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Haunted"
  2. "Collapsed"
  3. "Pretty Toy"
  4. "Hypoxia"
  5. "Misery"
  6. "East" (meaningless Life mix)
  7. "Dead Tomorrow"
  8. "Convex"
  9. "Eva"
  10. "Crawl"
  11. "Exit (Diseased World)"


  1. ^ Rick Sanchez (2003-09-23). "Hex Angel Review". IGN. Retrieved 2007-04-10.