Portion Control back with retrospective album in May

April 29, 2008 · Posted in Electronic Music 

And for those of you who don’t know who these guys are, here’s a sample:

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There new album is called Slug

Portion Control are a British electronic and industrial band formed in London in 1980. The band calls its music style electropunk or hard rhythmic electronics. They are one of the most famous obscure electronic music acts in the world and have been honoured and name checked by the likes of Depeche Mode, Skinny Puppy, Front Line Assembly, NiN  & Orbital

Having made a stylish return to the electronic underground with the album Wellcome  in 2004, industrial act Portion Control now delivers a timely retrospective box set for collectors. Here we find 5 CDs of which appears to be the vast majority of their vinyl back catalogue work – plus extras – for the first time available in digital format. The material includes the bands early albums and EPs spread over the first 4 discs, with a limited edition bonus CD including high quality MP3s of everything included on the initial 4 discs, plus a remix of the track Refugee Rebuild by Rhys Fulber and 135 past & present related images of the band.

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