Econoline Crush: (Title Unknown) from The Devil You Know

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Econoline Crush: The Devil You Know

About this hidden track

(Title Unknown) is a hidden song by Econoline Crush from their album The Devil You Know.

A woman speaking a Bible verse about love in Japanese.

About The Devil You Know

Econoline Crush’s third album, The Devil You Know, was released in 1998 and is widely regarded as their breakout album. The band’s signature blend of industrial rock and electronic music is showcased throughout the album’s 12 tracks, which are characterized by heavy guitar riffs, driving beats, and frontman Trevor Hurst’s intense vocal delivery.

The album’s opening track, “Surefire,” sets the tone with its hard-hitting instrumentation and gritty lyrics. Other standout tracks include the haunting ballad “Sparkle and Shine” and the frenzied “All That You Are (X3).” The album’s overall sound is heavily influenced by bands like Nine Inch Nails and Ministry, but the band’s unique songwriting and Hurst’s distinctive vocals give it a sound that is all their own.

The Devil You Know received critical acclaim upon its release and helped to establish Econoline Crush as a major force in the Canadian alternative rock scene. It remains a fan favorite to this day and is regarded as one of the band’s best works.

How to find this hidden track

On CD: Go directly to track #23

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