"Lethal Industry" is a single which appeared in DJ Tiësto first album. Before the album was created he release several singles to see what the popularity and the reaction of people would be about these tracks. He first released "Lethal Industry" in 1999, only three copies were made, the track was cut by 777 Mastering and released in an Acetate 12" vinyl by VC Recordings in UK.
It was officially first released in 2001 and with his next song "Suburban Train" as a B-Side only available in Netherlands. In 2002 a "Lethal Live Mix" was released, it was a combination of the Fred Numf vs. Etienne Overdijk remix, Mauro Picottos remix, and Svenson & Gielen remix. The Radio Edit of Lethal Industry was edited by Cor Fijneman, he is not credited the edit since it is the same as the original track in its radio version, the Live Edit was recorded by Dutch Dimension at Tiësto Solo Amsterdam February 2, 2002.
Tiësto has played "Lethal Industry" along Mason in live performances of the Tiësto in Concert 2 Tour, he became the first DJ to include a violin, and a classical instrument along a turntable. It was also included in his third studio album, Parade of the Athletes which was created due to Tiësto's success in the 2004 Summer Olympic Games. Tiësto mixed Lethal Industry with Marco V's tracks "Godd", and created "Lethal Godd", which has become very popular due to the lyrics it contains. In 2006, producer and deejay Richard Durand remixed two songs from Tiësto, "Lethal Industry" and the trance anthem "Flight 643", Tiësto included Richard Durand's remix of "Flight 643" in his Elements of Life World Tour (DVD). The music video is taken from Tiësto in Concert 2, the version includes Mason and became a great success, bringing the song higher in the chart positions.
The tune used in "Lethal Industry" was created by Alec Empire in 1992: Alec Empire - SuEcide, Alec Empire - Sueside (Junkie Remix 1995)
Famous quotes containing the words industry and/or lethal:
“... were not out to benefit society, to remold existence, to make industry safe for anyone except ourselves, to give any small peoples except ourselves their rights. Were not out for submerged tenths, were not going to suffer over how the other half lives. Were out for Marys job and Luellas art, and Barbaras independence and the rest of our individual careers and desires.”
—Anne OHagan (1869?)
“Today brings the sad, glad tidings that Mrs. Abraham Lincoln has passed from that darkness which had fallen upon her path through this life, out into the light and joy of that life toward which her vision has so long been strained.
Modern education is lethal to children.... We stuff them with mathematics, we pummel them with science, and we use them up before their time.”
—Honoré De Balzac (17991850)