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2000 Years of Human Error
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Album: 2000 Years of Human Error
# Song Title   Time
1)    Reckoning, The
2)    I Sell Society
3)    Inside You
4)    Sinking
5)    Tired Old Man
6)    Break You Down - (featuring Marilyn Manson)
7)    Penetrate
8)    Backstander
9)    Eleanor Rigby
10)    2000 Years of Human Error
11)    I Hate Today
 

Album: 2000 Years of Human Error
# Song Title   Time
1)    Reckoning, The
2)    I Sell Society
3)    Inside You
4)    Sinking
5)    Tired Old Man
6)    Break You Down - (featuring Marilyn Manson)
7)    Penetrate
8)    Backstander
9)    Eleanor Rigby
10)    2000 Years of Human Error
11)    I Hate Today
 
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Performer Notes
  • Godhead: Jason Miller (vocals, guitar); Mike Miller (guitar, background vocals); The Method (bass, programming); James O'Connor (drums).
  • Additional personnel: Marilyn Manson (vocals); Paul Muniz (spoken vocals); Danny Saber (guitar, harmonica, keyboards, programming); Reeves Gabrels (guitar, synthesizer); Twiggy Ramirez (guitar, bass); Stacy Plunk (background vocals).
  • Recorded at Doctor Kevorkian's Lab Studios, Los Angeles, California.
  • Personnel: Jason C. Miller (vocals, guitar); Marilyn Manson (vocals); Mike Miller (guitar, electric guitar, background vocals); Reeves Gabrels (electric guitar, synthesizer); Danny Saber (harmonica, programming); James O'Connor (drums).
  • Audio Mixers: Danny Saber; John X. Volaitis.
  • Recording information: Dr. Kevorkian's Lab, Los Angeles, CA.
  • Photographers: P.R. Brown; Glen LaFerman.
  • Godhead makes no secret of its influences, proudly sporting sonic touches reminiscent of Nine Inch Nails and Marilyn Manson. Like the work of those artists, Godhead's brand of industrial rock shifts back and forth between moody, murky electronics and driving, ear-piercing riffs and shrieks in the grand Ministry tradition.
  • On 2000 YEARS OF HUMAN ERROR the band seems to lean a bit more towards the carefully-produced, apocalyptic soundscapes of NIN than the overt shock-rock of Trent Reznor's former proteges Marilyn Manson. But the one thing all three bands certainly share is the unleavened gloom and sonic evocation of tightly wound oppression that permeates the songs. Still, no one will come to Godhead's music expecting a beach party, and those enamored of heavy-hitting gloom-rock will find 2000 YEARS eminently satisfying.
Professional Reviews
Rolling Stone (2/15/01, p.75) - 3 out of 5 stars - "...[They] crunch guitars and act like pariahs, just like their forefathers....the band inhabits its cover of 'Eleanor Rigby' like a parasite...turning 'look at all the lonely people' into a rally for the goth masses."

Q (3/01, p.107) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Dry beats, electronic undercurrents and spookily whispered lyrics....Where Marilyn Manson is dark and introspective, Godhead are much more outgoing..."

Mojo (Publisher) (2/01, p.94) - "...A sound so hypnotically synthetic it makes Heaven 17 sound like Robert Johnson. It helps that there's a sense of humor hidden within the New Romantic flourishes here..."
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