Cistm Konfliqt...


Cistm Konfliqt...
Cistm Konfliqt...
Studio album by The Mad Capsule Markets
Released 31 March 2004 (Japan)
26 October 2005 (UK)
Recorded Destroyder Studio, Innig (Japan)
Genre Industrial metal, electronica
Label Victor, Speedstar (Japan) GUT Records (UK)
Producer Takeshi Ueda, The Mad Capsule Markets
The Mad Capsule Markets chronology
020120
(2002)
Cistm Konfliqt...
(2004)
1990-1996
(2005)

Cistm Konfliqt... (pronounced System Conflict) is The Mad Capsule Markets' eleventh album, released on 31 March 2004. The UK version included 2 bonus live tracks, a video for W.O.R.L.D and an alternative cover. This album showed an interest in politics, with lyrics like "Tell me now, why are we killing and dying; America, Europe, Asia, Middle East; Religion, History, Greed" (taken from "Scary"). After this album, the band was invited to The Radio One Lock Up show to play a session, and the song "Cracker!!" was featured on the Japanese version of the Resident Evil: Apocalypse soundtrack. Former Pride FC Champion Takanori Gomi uses the song "Scary" as his entrance music.

Track listing

  1. Start ID – 0:12
  2. Retalk – 3:30
  3. Bomb Idea – 2:20
  4. Scary: Delete Streamin' Freq. from Fear Side – 3:57
  5. W.O.R.L.D. – 4:25
  6. Cracker!!! (クラッカー!!! Cracker!!!?) – 3:48
  7. Sunny Beach Rd. – 3:12
  8. Grim Monster – 3:21
  9. Loud Up!! – 2:44
  10. She Loves It: Explore the New Day – 3:38
  11. Let It Rip: Download from Joujouka – 4:50
  12. Happy Ride – 3:11
  13. Cistm Konfliqt... – 4:21
  14. Pulse [Live] (UK Bonus Track) – 3:23
  15. Island [Live] (UK Bonus Track) – 5:15
  16. W.O.R.L.D (Video UK only.)

Notes

"Let It Rip (Download from Joujouka)" is a remake of the psychedelic trance band Joujouka's song "Let It Rip." The Mad Capsule Markets' version has a different approach to the song and includes more lyrics.



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