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Clay People - Firetribe download mp3
  • Performer: Clay People
  • Title: Firetribe
  • Category: Electronic / Rock
  • Date of release: 1994
  • Music style: Industrial
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes 322
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Clay People - Firetribe download mp3


1 Deadman 4:07
2 Crudsong 3:43
3 In Chaos 3:15
4 Close My Eye 2:44
5 Godsick 6:10
6 Nothing 4:24
7 Scripture 3:50
8 Shroud 3:41
9 Skin 4:42
10 Void 4:07
11 Fire Eyes 5:33
12 Teeth To Grind 4:19

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Arabellum Studios
  • Recorded At – Hyland Studio
  • Manufactured By – Cinram


  • Arranged By, Lyrics By, Music By, Performer, Producer – Clay People
  • Artwork [Air Brush Granite Background] – Pete Pryor
  • Artwork [Original], Illustration [Drawings] – Rocco Nigro
  • Engineer – Art Snay (tracks: 4, 6, 8, 9, 12), George Hagegeorge (tracks: 4, 6, 8, 9, 12), Paul Benedetti (tracks: 1 to 3, 5, 7, 10, 11)
  • Layout – Clay People, Mike Rose
  • Performer – Alex Eller, Dan Neet*, Karla Williams, Kevin Bakerian
  • Producer – Art Snay (tracks: 4, 6, 8, 9, 12), George Hagegeorge (tracks: 1 to 3, 5, 7, 10, 11)
  • Producer [Preproduction] – George Hagegeorge (tracks: 6, 8, 9)


Tracks 4, 6, 8, 9, and 12 recorded at Arabellum Studios, Albany, NY.
Tracks 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 10, and 11 recorded at Hyland Studios, Albany, NY.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 2324-86084-2 4
  • Matrix / Runout: MFG BY CINRAM INC. #930506G REC-006

Comments: (1)
"Deadman" kicks into immediate action - a powerful driving song with a distinctive vocal line. It's fast, dark in an almost Gothic flavour, yet with a Hardcore sound which fills the air as it switches direction back & forth, keeping its solid sound throughout. "Crudsong" muscles in with a solid Rock sound so large it almost eclipses it's own tune, with only the vocalist's reedy tones adding some degree of harmony to it. Medium-paced & immense - if they ever make "The Lost Boys #2", this would be a good choice for the soundtrack. "In Chaos" races along at breakneck pace without sounding like thrash-out - dark & powerful, the vocalist again shines through, surfing aboard a hell-bound wave of pure adrenal whitecap. "Close My Eye" heads off at a good jogging pace, a more electronic-sounding song, pumping with fire & power, kicking with a sound like early MISSION with rampant giantism. Goal-scoring roars of backing vocals just add to the excitement. "Godsick" is a stranger thing, changing tempo & structure often & with un-nerving ease. On this they approach odd timed rhythms a come out sounding great. It's a jot closer to Industrial, but still their own black'n'grey sound. "Nothing" builds massive upon a strong but simple drum pattern an angry cry of a song, huge yet moving with a certain dignity & powerful grace. "Scripture" opens to a very electronic-sounding drum pattern, covering it with the richly-toned guitars & the vocalist, singing down to a level previously dominated by IAN CURTIS - it sounds a lot bigger & more Goth than JOY DIVISION, yet there are definite elements there. "Skin" follows their sound which would fill the air in any stadium, a massive music, seemingly cruelly restrained by mere speakers. "Shroud" has an intro like some Sci-Fi film soundtrack before punching into one of their great monsters of dense, guitar-based sound. "Void" is a determined-sounding piece, it's sights set on some distant point, pounding along like some unstoppable Juggernaut, single-mindedly heading towards it's conclusion. "Fire Eyes" has a strange intro of distorted voicce & Industrial noise before ploughing on with one of their more electronic-sounding pieces, full of half-hidden noises, sampling & synthetics, bobbing in & out of the mix like oddly-shaped vegetables in some bubbling Rock stew. "Teeth To Grind" closes the album with a fairly typical track, slightly dramatic, full of rich brown & grey colour-tones. They show great promise for the future - a huge, driving, compulsive sound, it there is any criticism, It's that they could create more hook within the songs. However, they seem content to get their messages across (and, yes, I feel the lyrics do seem to have something to say) even if it limits their audience. Small sacrifice for keeping such a large sound pure. Originally reviewed for Soft Watch.
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