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Leæther Strip - Suicide Bombers mp3 album

Leæther Strip - Suicide Bombers

Musician: Leæther Strip
Album title: Suicide Bombers
Style: EBM
Released: 2005
Country: Europe
Size MP3 version: 1228 mb
Size APE version: 1635 mb
Size WMA version: 1415 mb
Rating ✫: 4.2
Votes: 509
Genre: Electronic

Leæther Strip - Suicide Bombers mp3 album

Leæther Strip - Suicide Bombers mp3 album


1 Suicide Bombers 4:42
2 Suicide Bombers (12 Inch Version) 4:43
3 The Shame Of A Nation (Part I & II) 5:25
4 This Is Where I Wanna Be 5:28
5 Death Is Walking Next To Me 5:11
6 Til Far 6:21
7 Reborn 5:36

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Alfa Matrix
  • Copyright (c) – Alfa Matrix
  • Published By – Les Éditions Alfa Matrix
  • Produced At – Strip Farm
  • Distributed By – Soulfood
  • Distributed By – Studio Distribution


  • Artwork, Producer, Songwriter – Claus Larsen
  • Promotion – Hardbeat Promotion


Subtitel: "Who told you to die that way?"

All songs written & produced at Strip Farm 2005.

This EP comes in super jewel box with free sticker for first 500 online orders.

℗ & © 2005 Alfa Matrix

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 82951 00612 2
  • Matrix / Runout: STRE.050927.001
  • Label Code: LC 14000

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
am1061epcd Leæther Strip Suicide Bombers ‎(CD, EP, RE, Jew) Alfa Matrix am1061epcd Europe 2006
none Leæther Strip Suicide Bombers ‎(7xFile, FLAC, EP) Alfa Matrix none 2005
none Leæther Strip Suicide Bombers ‎(7xFile, AIFF, EP, RE) Læbel none Denmark 2018

Very nice packaging, with maybe a hint of irony with the title in that you have to press a button on the side to open the case. Now I know this is what old school EBM is meant to be like, and I know that the guy who does this has been out of the business for a couple of years. But to be honest I just don't think this is all that spectacular. It's not crap by any stretch of the imagination - I appreciated the thinner and more minimalistic synths, the noticeably less thumpy orientated beats, and a decent growly voice for once. Yet after all of that, it just didn't quite do it for me, other than the title track and its remix. Cudos for releasing a lead track that's unusually fast at about 150 bpm, but like so much that is released in this genre it just doesn't have anything to make it truly stand out.