On his fans' pressing demand, German electronic band PLASTIC NOISE EXPERIENCE (P.N.E.) now returns with the very special "Dead Or Alive" album. P.N.E.'s back catalogue being deleted or only available in rather poor quality (or bootlegs), the cult German dark electro artist Claus Kruse completely re-recorded the band's good old club hits with the latest technology while staying faithful to the original sound! Kill The 6, Smalltown Boy, Gold, In XTC, Reduction, Dream Destructor, etc. 15 tracks in total including special live and remixed versions by the band's live members! In the early 90's, P.N.E.'s debut album "Transmission" immediately propelled Plastic Noise Experience to the forefront of the explosive German dark elektro scene along side of bands like Project Pitchfork, Das Ich, The Eternal Afflict and Calva Y Nada. With the dynamic releases that followed ("Visage De Plastique", "Transmitted Memories", "Strings Of Ice", Rauschen", etc.), P.N.E. infiltrated dancefloors all over the world and started touring extensively throughout Europe scoring hit after hit in the clubs. After having solved some trouble with previous record companies which forced him to keep silent for years, the band made its successful return on the forefront of the scene th in 2004 with its 5 studio album “Maschinenmusik” which featured new immediate club hits like “Maschinen” or yet “Monoton Synchron”. P.N.E. offers uncompromised old school EBM, harsh powerful German vocals, kicking distorted beats and virulent Kraftwerk-like melodies... P.N.E. overpowers you with an engulfing and explosive sonic experience building the bridge between the original Neue Deutsche Welle roots and 21st Century's "less is more" electronic movement. Generated by the force and precision of current technologies in combination with the vision of an originator, creates what could only be described as "good old electronic music with an edge".
For the fastest amongst you, “Dead Or Alive” is also available as a limited carton box edition holding the bonus “Transmitted Memory” CD holding some 18 deleted original tracks in remastered versions guaranteeing you the ultimate revisit of the band's impressive discography.