Alternative Music/name and artist of early 90's (?) alt song with movie lyrics?
J wrote at 2006-07-23 14:03:42
oh my god I can't tell you how grateful I am (not that you'll probably every read this again as the original post was so long ago). But I watched Network for the first time yesterday and it's been driving me MAD which song that quote was sampled in. I've googled everything i can think of and finally found this! thank you thank you thank you!!
Troy wrote at 2007-09-26 00:49:39
I heard the song on the Alex Jone show as he was coming back from commercial, it has the whole howard beale "mad as hell" rant then hard metal like 80's metallica or something. can't find it anywhere
Fallen0ne wrote at 2007-11-08 02:51:42
I've heard another clubby industrial track that has that as the opening, I believe it was released under the soulwax label, maybe it was 2manydjs... yes. found it. 2 many djs - track 01 - 01 - as heard on radio soulwax pt. 3.mp3 from 2many djs part3. might be what you're after
Hal wrote at 2010-01-06 20:21:27
There are samples of the monologue from this film in Sublime's cover of "We're Only Gonna Die for Our Arrogance," recorded in 1992 on the album 40 oz to freedom.
Matt wrote at 2011-02-19 09:21:22
I have had the same question and I just found the answer an hour ago
Engines of destruction: The illusion is real.
Harry wrote at 2011-10-09 12:43:14
Hey i was looking for this as well and it's also used in Bliss n Eso's "The Sea is Rising"
Kahuna wrote at 2013-02-04 01:45:37
Maybeshewill - Not for Want of Trying
Mouth of the Architect - Hate And Heartache
Maruta - Replicate
We Made God - II
Nightpray - Stars On The Run
Bastards - Economic Slime
The Effort - Transmit
Jack Russell - Ваша система
One Hundred Steps - Human Clouds
Futuro Primitivo - Two Minutes Hate
Virgins O.R. Pigeons - Gotta Get Mad
Suburban Scum - Scumtro
Necromorph - black zero
Those are all songs that feature this quote
Deadly Ramon wrote at 2014-02-05 10:27:45
The song Barb is looking for is by an early 90s industrial metal band called Engines of Aggression. I tried searching for it online and found some of your posts in other forums, but finally figured it out by entering "'illusion is real' industrial song" into Youtube's search bar. I had the album on cassette in the early 90s, I'd won it from a local rock radio station's contest, and I liked it quite a bit though I'd since lost track of it over the years and had forgotten the band's name. If I recall correctly, it even had a cover of the Stooges' "Now I Wanna Be Your Dog," or at least a segment of another song that briefly covered that classic. The album's name is "Speak," and it's almost an EP with just 6 songs to its name.