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Misguided (Remastered) [Deluxe Edition]

by Argyle Park

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Dustfan This album is really all over the place. Admittedly when it came out I could only get into a few tracks, but as my musical horizons have expanded over time I find I am now able to enjoy the album as a whole. The sheer number of diverse sounds create a harrowing yet thrilling mindtrip through the refuge known as Argyle Park. Tracks like Headscrew, Scarred For Life, Violent and Misanthrope have always been my favorites but the stunning redux of the psybient track Circle may have surpassed them. Favorite track: Circle (Redux).
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AP While I had heard a little industrial music prior to this album, it was Misguided that really blew me away back in 1995. I love all the guest musicians and vocalists, and because of them it is my favorite think Klayton has ever done. Favorite track: Doomsayer (feat. Mark Salomon & Tommy Victor).
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419echo Mark Salomon of Stavesacre and The Crucified comes in with all the vocal power of Public Enemy's Chuck D on this explosive track. Combined with Klayton and Tommy Victor, it's like pouring gasoline on a fire. This album as a whole is slightly hit or miss for me, but when it hits, just turn it all the way up. 'Communist Masters of Deceit is a VERY close second favorite here. Favorite track: Doomsayer (feat. Mark Salomon & Tommy Victor).
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Patrick Maiwald Originally released in the mid-90s by two NY sound artists shrouded in mystery, this trip of a concept album is at times harsh, unreal, and about as stylistically diverse and unorthodox as it could ever get without becoming ridiculous. Now available as a long-awaited remastered 3-disc special edition. Favorite track: Agony (feat. Jyro).
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Argyle Park - Misguided. The cult classic 90s industrial project, orchestrated by Celldweller/Circle of Dust creator Klayton and the mysterious Buka, featured an extensive list of guests, including: JG Thirlwell (Foetus, Venture Brothers), Tommy Victor (Prong), Mark Salomon (Stavesacre), Jyro (Mortal), Klank, Chatterbox, Drown and more.

Now, after 20 years, this classic album has been completely re-mastered as a 3-CD collection, including over 1.5 hours of bonus content and features all new artwork.

Misguided features sixteen original tracks ranging from aggressive industrial riffs, techno synths, and contagious vocals to ethereal soundscapes along with 26 bonus tracks, including the brand new single "Fanny Pack" featuring Blue Stahli & Mark Salomon. Additional bonus tracks include a newly produced version of an old classic, now titled "The Communist Masters of Deceit," a rare cover track titled "Lonely," and an entire collection of demos, instrumentals and alternative versions.

"I greet you into a reality of nothingness and bitter dark, and welcome you to my home of escape, my refuge, Argyle Park"

Argyle Park is Klayton & Buka.
All songs produced by Klayton.

Official Merchandise Available at:
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released August 19, 2016

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Circle of Dust Detroit, Michigan

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-Circle of Dust
-Celldweller
-Scandroid

Circle of Dust, the 90s industrial / electronic-rock project created by Klayton, marked the beginning of the musical career of the man who later went on to create Celldweller. Now after 20 years, Circle of Dust is back. ... more

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Track Name: Fanny Pack (feat. Blue Stahli & Mark Salomon)
About ten decades ago
Give or take
I never was much good with time
I stood up straight and mostly imitated
Any bad ass I could find
Every punk rocker
And hippity hopper
Every legend in my mind
Here’s the new me
Now reality free!
Young, dumb and mostly blind
Storming stages
Fanzine pages
Keep moving and the show goes on
Lets film the track
Now hit the playback
Whoa – something’s horribly wrong!
Who’s the jackass in the fanny pack?
There’s an idiot on the screen
Someone hit pause
Collect my jaw
Good gawd t’jackass is ME

Never gonna be much of a mystery
Never gonna outrun time
I’m old and cold
And not all that bold
And I’m not the brooding kind
I dropped my ball of rage
Going through some phase
Scattershot
And I lost the plot
Might’ve smoked the final page
OH to be oneself
To preserve one’s mental health
And not look back
Through a mirror cracked
And see somebody else
Wiggle where you wiggle
Jiggle where you jiggle
Try and stay true
To the you that is you
Stand up straight and
Giggle… giggle