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Atari Teenage Riot - Reset FLAC
  • Performer Atari Teenage Riot
  • Title Reset
  • Date of release 26 Mar 2014
  • Country Japan
  • Style Hardcore, Industrial, Electro, Noise, Experimental
  • Label Beat Records
  • Catalog number BRC-413
  • Other formats CD, Album
  • Genre Electronic
  • Size MP3 2996 mb
  • Size FLAC 2799 mb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 409


1New Blood3:51
2Death Machine3:55
3Activate (Live From Hell 13)3:38
4We Are From The Internet4:52
7Modern Liars4:03
8We Are From The Internet (Dub Instrumental)4:52
10Erase Your Face6:15
11Atari Teenage Riot (Live From Hell 13)3:11
13Street Grime3:12


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DHRCD45Atari Teenage Riot Reset ‎(CD, Album)Digital Hardcore Recordings (DHR)DHRCD45UK & Europe2015
DHRCD45P, DHRCD45Atari Teenage Riot Reset ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Digital Hardcore Recordings (DHR), Digital Hardcore Recordings (DHR)DHRCD45P, DHRCD45UK & Europe2015
noneAtari Teenage Riot Reset ‎(CD, Album + Box, Ltd, S/Edition)Digital Hardcore Recordings (DHR)noneUK & Europe2015


  • Liner Notes久保憲司


Released In Japan Only. International Release Dates to follow.

Comes with Japanese lyrics sheet.



Reset is the fifth studio album by Atari Teenage Riot, released on March 26, 2014 in Japan, and on February 9, 2015 in the rest of the world. Upon the release the album scored 75 out of 100 on review aggregator site by Atari Teenage Riot, released 03 February 2015 1. J1M1 2. Street Grime 3. Reset 4. Death Machine 5. Modern Liars 6. Crah 7. New Blood 8. Transducer 9. Erase Your Face 10. We Are From The Internet 11. The volume remains punishing, but this record triumphs in melodic subtlety, political nuance and conceptual clarity - NME 810. Atari Teenage Riot - Reset Full Album. Grime Machine Liars h Blood Your Face title of Atari Teenage Riot's second album since re-forming in 2011 doesn't refer to the on-againoff-again band itself, but to society, as Alec Empire and company think it needs a swift reboot. Songs like Death Machine, Modern Liars, and New Blood are as angry and aggressive as expected, and yet these compressed blasts of revolution are opening up a bit, as Reset quickly becomes a more infectious and singalong-ready ATR LP than previous efforts. Check the title track for proof as it grows into a mutant, politically charged version of Katy Perr. Listen free to Atari Teenage Riot Reset J1M1, Street Grime and more. 10 tracks 42:54. Reset is the fifth studio album by Atari Teenage Riot, released on February 9, 2015. More necessary than ever - ATR use anger as an energy, urging us to wrest back control. Atari Teenage Riot. Reset Tracklist. J1M1 Lyrics. Atari Teenage Riot - Reset Japanese Lyric Video small speaker mix HD 720p 4:28. Atari Teenage Riot - Reset Full Album 42:19. Atari Teenage Riot - Reset FULL ALBUM LEAKED 42:19. Listas Añadir a la lista. Will ich por Netbeamer. Atari Teenage Riot - Reset 2014. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Electronic Hardcore. Songs in album Atari Teenage Riot - Reset 2014. Atari Teenage Riot - J1M1. Atari Teenage Riot - Street Grime. Atari Teenage Riot - Reset. Atari Teenage Riot - Death Machine. Atari Teenage Riot - Modern Liars. Atari Teenage Riot - CraH. Atari Teenage Riot - New Blood. Atari Teenage Riot - Tr. Make social videos in an instant: use custom templates to tell the right story for your business. For Hire. Post jobs, find pros, and collaborate commission-free in our professional marketplace. Get your team aligned with all the tools you need on one secure, reliable video platform. Browse and buy exceptional, royalty-free stock clips, handpicked by the best. Features Song Lyrics for Atari Teenage Riot's Reset album

Talk about Atari Teenage Riot - Reset

ATR is such a weak joke of a band now, I don't even know where to begin. But here they are again with this shitty new style of safe-edgy sloganeering garbage. There's no balls to this. They are so tame now and polished, it's just boring.... and even more irritating because they won't admit they've lost their edge. YES, we know this information is important, guys,... but does the music carrying it have to suck so much ass? Even the sounds of the machines seem to have lost any force they ever had.
This release seem to suck donkey balls indeed, I don't know all tracks, but the ones I heard are enough already, even if the rest would be kick ass tracks it would not save the album. Sounds like milking the japanese market.But " Is This Hyperreal" is absolutely fantastic. It has a different sound as everything before, but that doesn't make it bad. They have done this for so long, I don't think they could have done an album in the old fashion health wise. Try screaming for more than 20years or withstanding that brutal sound, there is a point where you can't take it further. Should you therefore stop making music? I don't think so. But this album is bad I agree.