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Front Line Assembly
John Morgan | Tod Law | Chris Peterson | Guitarist Ross Readhead | Johnny Morgan | Ross Redhead
Chris Peterson Chris Peterson (born May 14th, 1968) was a member of Will with Rhys Fulber and John McRae from 1987-1992. Will - Word.Flesh.Stone.: Production and Engineering: Chris Peterson / Rhys Fulber. Will - Pearl Of Great Price: Production & Engineering: Chris Peterson / Rhys Fulber / Michael Balch. Delerium - Stone Tower: Mixed by Chris Peterson. Intermix - Intermix: Mixed by Chris Peterson & Intermix. Delerium - Reflections 1+2: Chris Peterson involved in mixing among others. Intermix - Phaze Two: Sonic Analysis - Chris Peterson. Sect - Telekinetic: Mixing engineer on tracks 1-3 and 5-9: Chris Peterson. Decree: Wake Of Devastation: Chris Peterson did Samples, Programs, Synthesis, Instruments and Engineering. Synaesthesia - Ephemeral: Mixed by Bill Leeb and Chris Peterson. Front Line Assembly - The Initial Command 1997 Re-Release: Tracks 1+2 Written and Mixed by Chris Peterson and Bill Leeb. Pro>Tech - Orbiting Cathedrals: Songs 7, 8 written by Chris Peterson and Bill Leeb. All programming and additional sounds by Chris Peterson. Mixed @ Cryogenic Studios by Chris Peterson and Bill Leeb. Front Line Assembly - FLAvour Of The Weak: All tracks written / produced / mixed by Bill Leeb and Chris Peterson @ Cryogenic Studio, Vancouver BC Canada. Front Line Assembly - Comatose: All tracks written by Bill Leeb and Chris Peterson. Equinox - Holon: Written and produced by Bill Leeb and Chris Peterson. Equinox - Contact: Written and produced by Bill Leeb and Chris Peterson. Cryogenic Studios: Peterson credited on 6 Tracks. Front Line Assembly - Implode: All music written and produced by Bill Leeb and Chris Peterson. Front Line Assembly - Prophecy: All music written and produced by Bill Leeb and Chris Peterson. Cryogenic Studios 2: Peterson credited on 7 Tracks. Delerium - Poem: programmed by Chris Peterson. Aude - Vents Contraires: Programmations: Chris Peterson (1,2,4,5,6,7,8,9) Decree - Moment Of Silence: Chris Peterson: Production, Engineering, Programming, Noise Other Productions and Remixes that Chris Peterson has done: (Remix of Cold Comfort (scrapyard) by Key with Peterson) 1996 Psychic TV - Cold Blue Torch (Remix of Fire Woman by Key with Peterson) 1996 Alien Faktor - Final Expenses CD (Remix of No One Can Make Me.. by Peterson) 1996 Download - The Eyes Of Stanley Pain CD / Sidewinder CDEP (Peterson assisted with engineering and mixing) 1996 The Tear Garden - To Be An Angel Blind (Peterson assisted with mixing) 1996 Oneroid Psychosis - Assuage CD (Remix by Peterson) 1997 Chris Peterson - Programming, Keys, Noise Chris Peterson
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Chris Peterson (98-01)
And unsurprisingly, as a possible meditation on a passing, Leeb and Peterson are found in a mood a tad more poetic than is usual under the Frontline moniker. (...) The momento mori aside, ‘Epitaph’ is typically strong Frontline Assembly material cutting consciously heavy-handed synth basslines across darkly claustrophobic drum structuring, resulting in something akin to ‘Hard Wired’ but without the immediate guitars. ‘Backlash’ discharges great balls of sonic corrosion, whilst ‘Conscience’ loses itself in a sea of precision percussion and piano. Adding new member Jeremy Inkel as well as past contributor Chris Peterson, Frontline Assembly unleash a juggernaut of industrialized EBM.
But before the chart success of 'Silence', Bill alongside new partner Chris 'Corndog' Peterson released three further FLA albums.
Working for the last time with Chris Peterson, 'Epitaph' is a storming mix of 'FLAvour of The Week' style break beats with a hint of Deleriumesqe melodies.
While I was at IntegraCore, a guy who had worked for me at Ancestry.com, Chris Peterson, contacted me.
Chris and I had developed a good rapport while working together. He left Ancestry.com before I did when he had the opportunity to become the personal PR man to Eric Schmidt of Novell. Chris came to me and told me about this opportunity he had to follow Eric around, shoot footage of what he did, and create PR materials for Novell. The money was great and Chris was excited about the possibilities this job held for him, so I told him to take it. And he did. The MyMangosteen Story A couple of years later, in the fall of 2002, Chris contacted me and told me his cousin, Aaron Garrity, was starting an MLM company called XanGo along with some other gentlemen. Chris already had MyXango.com reserved, so we were in a good position to leverage the Internet for our recruiting efforts. Chris designed the site, Dan and Nate handled the programming, and I became the face and voice for the marketing sites, the trainings and also conducted the conference calls. All of us but Chris were still working other jobs and building our XanGo business as a grassroots effort. Although I was busy building the XanGo business Chris, Dan, Nate, and I had started together, Ken began working on me to come over and join him at Solution X. I consulted with him and did what I could to help him get the company going, but I was content as a XanGo distributor. Chris, who held the spot above Dan and I (we had bought Nate out of the business) became a 200K distributor and stepped into the limelight. Even though I had noticed this when I read it, the realization of what was happening struck me hard when my then-13-year-old daughter read the article and asked me, "Dad, isn't Chris your partner? I replied he was. "Then why didn't he even mention your name in this article? came her query. It was obvious to everyone that we were no longer a team. With that said, Chris, who came to me asking for direction and help when he knew nothing about the world of MLM, had come into his own. He had matured and told the XanGo story well. He developed a good stage presence. He's became a good motivator. At one point in his life, he was the drummer in a band, which won a competition and had the possibilities of a real future. Chris wanted to be a rock star. That all ended when the singer decided she wanted to quit and have a baby. The gig was over. Although his group has disbanded once again, this time by his choice, Chris has become a real rock star in XanGo. I tried to get bought out of my position in the team Chris and I had launched, but that didn't work out. This story of my experiences with Chris as a XanGo distributor brings up an important point.