INDIVIDUAL INDUSTRY - "TEMPLUM PROBUS (30TH ANNIVERSARY)" (WAVE RECORDS)

Individual Industry was formed in 1987 by Alex Twin. In 1988, Mauricio Bonito joined the group, and in 1990, Lilian Vaz added her powerful voice to the lineup.

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Artist: INDIVIDUAL INDUSTRY
Release Title: TEMPLUM PROBUS (30TH ANNIVERSARY)
Label: WAVE RECORDS
Release Date: February 12, 2024
Format: Digital, LP, CD, Cassette
Genre: Synthwave, Coldwave, Ethereal-Pop
Country: Brazil

Tracklist:

Vinyl Edition:

  1. Apology (A1)
  2. Tomorrow (A2)
  3. Viginti Millia (A3)
  4. Lupus Et Agnus (A4)
  5. What I Wouldn´t Give (Radio Edit) (A5)
  6. Eyes (Cornea Edit) (B1)
  7. Zhairrec (B2)
  8. Rana Rupta Et Bos (B3)
  9. Paradise (Edit Version) (B4)

CD Edition:

  1. Intro (01)
  2. Tomorrow (02)
  3. Viginti Millia (03)
  4. Lupus Et Agnus (04)
  5. What I Wouldn´t Give (05)
  6. Zhairrec (06)
  7. Rana Rupta Et Bos (07)
  8. Paradise (08)
  9. Apology (09)
  10. Eyes (Cornea Edit) (10)
  11. Viginti Millia (Space Mix) (11)
  12. Tomorrow (Demo 1991) (Bonus 12)
  13. Paradise (Demo 1991) (Bonus 13)
  14. Zhairrec (Demo 1991) (Bonus 14)
  15. What I Wouldn´t Give (Demo 1991) (Bonus 15)
  16. Paradise (Water Mix 1993) (Bonus 16)
  17. Tomorrow (Bass Mix 1993) (Bonus 17)

Cassette Edition:

  • Side A: Tracks A1 to A8 from Vinyl Edition.
  • Side B: Tracks B1 to B7, including bonus and live tracks unique to this format.
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Individual Industry was formed in 1987 by Alex Twin. In 1988, Mauricio Bonito joined the group, and in 1990, Lilian Vaz added her powerful voice to the lineup. Between July 1992 and February 1993, the band was in the studio recording its first album, "Templum Probus," which was released in July 1993 and produced by Apollo IX.

Initially released in Brazil, "Templum Probus" was later licensed by the Subtronic label in Germany. In Europe, distribution was handled by SPV. The album received positive reviews from critics, with coverage in major Brazilian newspapers and magazines such as Folha de São Paulo, Bizz, Jornal da Tarde, and O Estado De São Paulo, as well as international publications like Blits (Portugal), Side-Line (Belgium), Phosphor (Holland), Dyadique (France), Technology Works (USA), New Life (Germany), and others.

Over time, "Templum Probus" became a masterpiece and a classic of the Brazilian alternative scene. Its sound, a mix of ethereal voices and electronic punch, defied genre categorization by the media. The song "Eyes" became a cult classic in electronic music and was released as a 12” in Europe and the UK.

Originally available only on CD in 1993, without a digital release or other formats, Wave Records is now reissuing this masterpiece in 2023 in three different formats to commemorate its 30th anniversary: tape, CD, and vinyl, each in limited editions. The vinyl edition will feature two unreleased versions of "What I Wouldn’t Give" (a Pink Industry cover) and "Paradise," both in radio versions. The CD edition will be a 6-panel digipack with 6 bonus tracks, including demo versions, limited to 150 copies worldwide. The tape edition, limited to only 50 copies, will include 5 bonus tracks and unreleased versions not found on the CD edition.

This 30th-anniversary release promises to be a special edition for fans and collectors alike.

For fans of: Single Gun Theory, Cocteau Twins, Delerium, Portishead

Recording Info:
Recorded between 1992-1993 at Apollo IX studio.

Line-up:

  • Lilian Vaz
  • Alex Twin
  • Mauricio Bonito

Social Links:
https://individualindustry.bandcamp.com/album/templum-probus-30th-anniversary-remaster


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