Triple Point | The Soul Den

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The Soul Den

by Triple Point

Dark industrial/goth duo, covering styles from ethereal to noise and featuring mixes by Thine Eyes, Dead Jump and Fire99.
Genre: Electronic: Industrial
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Screening
3:46 album only
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2. Dreaming Angels
3:32 album only
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3. Salvific
3:01 album only
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4. No Ordinary Psychosis
5:12 album only
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5. First & Last
4:27 album only
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6. Security
4:06 album only
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7. Lorrie Pours Out
3:15 album only
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8. You
2:24 album only
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9. Project Sunshine
3:13 album only
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10. Holding Out For a Hero
4:04 album only
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11. Dreaming Angels (remix by Dead Jump)
4:23 album only
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12. Screening (remix by Fire99)
3:26 album only
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13. Lorrie Pours Out (remix by Thine Eyes)
5:21 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Triple Point is the creative union of Daniel H. and Vico, who have been friends since high school.

Combining elements of industrial, gothic, EBM and noise, the duo have appeared on several compilations, including the legendary TV Terror, where they did their best to mess up the theme from Dynasty.

In late 1999, Triple Point released their first full-length CD, titled The Soul Den.

The album featured 13 tracks, including remixes by Dead Jump, Thine Eyes, and Fire99.

Karen Kardell from The RaZor Skyline contributed lead vocals to one track, the ethereal "First & Last." Also featured is a unique cover of the Bonnie Tyler hit, "Holding Out For a Hero" that simply must be heard.

Triple Point have completed ten new songs and are hoping to release a follow-up in 2001.

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