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Studio album by X Marks the Pedwalk
Released 1995
Recorded 1995
Genre electropop, electro-industrial
Length 55:44
Label Zoth Ommog, Cleopatra Records
Producer Sevren Ni-arb (André Schmechta)
X Marks the Pedwalk chronology
The Killing Had Begun
Alternative covers

Meshwork is the name of the fourth album by German band X Marks the Pedwalk. It was released by Zoth Ommog in Europe and Cleopatra Records in North America, both in CD format.


This album expanded on the stylistic change that had begun with X Marks the Pedwalk's previous stand-alone single, Facer. In an issue of Sideline magazine, André Schmechta commented: "Many fans were not happy with my [X Marks the Pedwalk's] new style! But on the other hand many listeners also rated the new stuf [sic] as the best XMTP work ever...For us the most important thing is to do the music we wanted to do and secondly that the "normal" audience can approach XMTP..." [1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Meshwork M.1" – 5:22
  2. "Monomaniac" – 6:19
  3. "Free and Alive" – 6:53
  4. "Special Sign" – 7:02
  5. "Emotion" – 7:14
  6. "Never Look Back" – 5:42
  7. "T.O.L." – 6:10
  8. "N-a-lyse" – 6:22
  9. "Meshwork Y.2" – 4:40


  • Sevren Ni-arb
  • Raive Yarx
  • Estefania

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