Artist: TweakerRay
Label:Independently Released
Genre: Industrial Rock, Industrial, Electronic
Release Date:August 15th, 2012

TweakerRay is a German producer and remix artist.

In 1999 he formed, together with his friend H. GUNAWAN, his first produced music project called SPITE. Since then he has worked under the name 'TweakerRay' and produced several remixes for bands like KiEw, Pzychobitch, Alpha 11, Soulchasm, Jubilee* and many more.

In 2004 TweakerRay composed and produced the album 'Future Noir' for Hanin Elias (Ex-Atari-Teenage Riot). TweakerRay composed several Tracks for the band ABiCA, which were released in 2009. His first own EP The Collector Chapter 01...       read more

The Collector - Chapter 02
Released August 15th, 2012
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About This Release:

TweakerRay, known for his remixes of the Nine Inch Nails, Atari Teenage Riot, Gary Numan and his highly rated remixes of Blue Stahli, Celldweller, Vocians, Enduser, Bulletproof Messenger on FiXT Remix, returns with The Collector Chapter 02: A simple yet bombastic concept album that explores a wide range of electronic forms, given coherence by TweakerRay’s production savvy. (ReGen Magazin)

The Collector (Chapter 02) - The Deluxe Edition includes the basic 13 tracks PLUS instrumentals, demos, and over 50 minutes of audio commentary for a deep insight into the creation of the tracks.

You will also get access to Bonus ReMixes by MSound, Binary Audio, Paul Venkman, Spektralisk, Silicon Avatar, Mavid, Jason Mythos and more...

The PDF Booklet includes the lyrics and the comic noir artwork by Fotonixe. And with the bonusremixkts of the songs you will be even able to build your own remixes of the songs.

Having earned himself a formidable reputation as a remix artist and producer, TweakerRay now puts his skills to the test with a full-length debut that plunges the listener into a futuristic dystopia that explores various electronic forms.

The concept behind The Collector seems simple enough: in an unspecified future society, the Royal Audio Supremacy controls the masses through the regulation of music, having “rid our society of the outrageous producers and musicians who poised our ears and minds with dissonance,” with a new underground rebellion threatening to undermine the system." (ReGen Magazin)

"If they ever get around to making another good ‘Terminator’ sequel, then they could do much worse than ask Hamburg’s TweakerRay to score it." (pennyblackmusic.co.uk)

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