Title: Phobia EP Part 1
Style: Techno, Tech House
Format: MP3 FLAC MMF MOD ADX VQF TTA XM MP1
FLAC size: 1559 mb | MP3 size: 1758 mb | WMA size: 1475 mb
Darwin Chamber is the alter ego of Mark Greenfield. Sometimes Greenfield brings another artist into his act, sometimes he performs or produces on his own. Either way, he performs under his stage name (inspired by scientist Charles Darwin). Creatively, he is acknowledged as one of the earliest contributors to the breakbeat and trip-hop sub-genres. Chamber first made a name for himself in San Francisco, but gained plenty of recognition on the national and world music scenes in the late '90s, even earning a nod from MTV during his heyday. He released music on various indie labels, such as Twitch and Basssex. However, he gained the most recognition for his full-length release on Moonshine Records in 1998.
Phobia is the third studio album by American rock band Breaking Benjamin. It was recorded at The Barbershop Studios in Hopatcong, New Jersey and released on August 8, 2006, through Hollywood Records and in Europe on November 21, 2007.
Album · 2010 · 2 Songs. Released: 5 Jul 2010.
Darwin Chamber is the alter ego of Mark Greenfield. A son of Marin County in Northern California, this producer has been active in the progressive electronic music scene for more than twenty years. Just like the rest of the underground music scene's pioneers, he started learning his craft on a cheap keyboard at a friend's house and gradually kept moving on to more expensive equipment and more prestigious venues.
Introduced as the first large capacity thermoelectric cooled pharmaceutical stability testing chamber.
Album 11. Release 8. Release Date. Today Yesterday Last 7 Days Last 30 Days. Darwin Chamber 19. DJ Trance 2. D. Tiffany 1. Roza Terenzi 1. Labels. Moonshine Music 17. Kalahari Oyster Cult 2. Reset all.
Darkness permeates Phobia's tracks (bookended by a useless intro and outro), but the quartet always remembers the silver lining hanging in its oft-cloudy skies. Songs like "Until the End" exhibit this resilient attitude, affirming that while life can be tough, "Why give up? Why give in. o I will go on until the en. Breaking Benjamin mix urgent up-front vocals with dense underside riffing ("The Diary of Jane," "Topless"), while still being able to effortlessly pull off songs with vulnerable edges ("Here We Are," "Breath").
Phobia is the third studio album by Breaking Benjamin. The intro track features the sound effects of an airport, namely a flight attendant announcing standard safety procedures and the sound of an airplane making its ascent, alluding to Benjamin Burnley’s fear of flying, hence the inspiration for the album’s name: Phobia. Producers David Bendeth. Writers Aaron Fink, Benjamin Burnley, Breaking Benjamin & 2 more. Arrangement Benjamin Burnley & David Bendeth. Assistant Engineer Austin Briggs & Mark Rinaldi.
|Pure As Now|
|RE-101||Darwin Chamber||Phobia EP Part 1 (12", Gre)||Revolving Records||RE-101||US||1993|
|CR 1005||Darwin Chamber||Phobia #1 (12")||Collision Records||CR 1005||US||1993|
|RE-101||Darwin Chamber||Phobia EP Part 1 (12")||Revolving Records||RE-101||US||1993|