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Fear Factory Lyrics

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Fear Factory Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Hi-Tech Hate
2 Resurrection
3 Final Exit
4 H-K (Hunter-Killer)
5 Descent
6 Oxidizer
7 Obsolete
8 New Breed
9 Soulwound
10 Archetype
11 Timelessness
12 Self Bias Resistor
13 0-0 {Where Evil Dwells}
14 Christploitation
15 Edgecrusher
16 Controlled Demolition
17 Freedom Or Fire
18 Digimortal
19 Manipulation
20 Dog Day Sunrise
21 W.O.E.
22 Shock
23 Smasher / Devourer
24 Human Shields
25 What Will Become?
26 Bite the Hand That Bleeds
27 Scapegoat
28 Mechanize
29 Industrial Discipline
30 Your Mistake
31 Crash Test
32 Fear Campaign
33 Crisis
34 Powershifter
35 Concreto
36 Transgression
37 Back The Fuck Up
38 Replica (Live)
39 Escape Confusion
40 Self Immolation (Vein Tap Mix)
41 Schock
42 Demolition Racer
43 Manic Cure
44 Byte Block
45 Zero Signal (Colin Richardson Mix)
46 National Panel Beating (Body Hammer)
47 Bound For Forgiveness
48 Flesh Hold
49 Scumgrief (Deep Dub Trauma Mix)
50 Lynchpin
51 Dark Bodies (Demo)
52 A Therapy For Pain
53 Supernova
54 Damaged
55 T-1000 (H-K)
56 Strain Vs. Resistance
57 Leechmaster
58 Self Immolation (Reissue bonus track)
59 Designing The Enemy
60 Autonomous Combat System
61 Transgenic
62 Body Hammer
63 Empty Vision
64 Machines of Hate
65 Replica (Electric Sheep Mix)
66 Lifeblind
67 The Industrialist
68 Metallic Division
69 Anodized
70 540,000° Fahrenheit
71 Demanufacture
72 Contagion
73 Hurt Conveyor
74 Smasher/Devourer
75 Dead Man Walking
76 Recharger
77 Dielectric
78 Terminate
79 New Promise
80 Invisible Wounds (Dark Bodies)
81 Remanufacture (Demanufacture)
82 Martyr (Suffer Bastard Mix)
83 Suffer Age
84 New Messiah
85 Act Of God
86 Soul Hacker
87 Echoes Of Innocence
88 Flashpoint
89 Echo Of My Scream
90 Linchpin
91 O-O (Where Evil Dwells)
92 Securitron (Police State 2000)
93 Genetic Blueprint
94 God Eater
95 Slave Labor
96 Protomech
97 Dragged Down By The Weight Of Existence
98 I Will Follow
99 Never End
100 Piss Christ
101 H-K
102 Big God/Raped Souls
103 Depraved Mind Murder
104 Cyberwaste
105 Genexus
106 Deception
107 School
108 No One
109 Cloning Technology
110 (Memory Imprints) Never End
111 Acres
112 Virus of Faith
113 Drones
114 Church of Execution
115 Pisschrist
116 Big God (Demo '91)
117 Natividad
118 Soul Wound
119 Difference Engine
120 Corporate Cloning
121 Regenerate
122 Bionic Chronic
123 Replica
124 Self Immolation (Demo '91)
125 Martyr
126 21st Century Jesus
127 Full Metal Contact
128 Moment Of Impact
129 Dissemble
130 Battle for Utopia
131 Bonescraper
132 Resistancia!
133 Soul Wound (Demo '91)
134 Concrete
135 Arise Above Oppression
136 Millennium
137 Religion is Flawed Because Man is Flawed
138 Undercurrent
139 Expiration Date
140 Cars (Remix)
141 Hurry Up
142 Scumgrief
143 Genetic Blueprint (New Breed)
144 Big God / Raped Souls
145 Empire
146 Human Augmentation
147 Default Judgement
148 Mandatory Sacrifice [Genexus Remix]
149 Invisible Wounds
150 Messiah
151 Self Immolation
152 Body Hammer (Colin Richardson Mix)
153 My Grave
154 Blush Response (Difference Engine Remix)
155 Ascension
156 Enhanced Reality
157 Spinal Compression
158 Zero Signal
159 Refueled
160 Cars
161 Remanufacture
162 Scapegoat (Pigfuck Mix)
163 Landfill (Pitchshifter cover)
164 Archetype(Remix)
165 Remanufacture (Edited Version)
166 Acres Of Skin
167 Machines of Hate (Self Bias Resistor)
168 0-0
169 Desecrate
170 Self Immolation (Liquid Sky Mix)
171 Timelessness II
172 540,000 Degrees Fahrenheit
173 Repentance

Fear Factory Bio

Fear Factory is an American metal band. Formed in 1989, they have released seven full-length albums and a number of singles and remixes. Over the course of their career they have evolved from a succession of styles, as well as steadily pioneered a combination of the styles death metal, groove metal, thrash metal and industrial metal. The resultant sound proved to be enormously influential on the metal scene from the mid-90s and onwards.

Fear Factory disbanded in March 2002 following some internal disputes, but they reformed later that year minus founding member Dino Cazares adding bassist, Byron Stroud, and casting then-bassist Christian Olde Wolbers as guitarist.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fear_factory