- Performer:Sinister Surveillance Society
- Title:Ethics Violators
- Date of release:November 27, 2007
- Size FLAC version1343 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1598 megabytes
- Size WMA version1356 megabytes
- Formats:MP1 VOX XM AIFF TTA FLAC
Sinister Surveillance Society - In the Ruins Ethics Violators, 2007 06:52. Sinister Surveillance Society - Song for Sydy Ethics Violators, 2007 03:48. Sinister Surveillance Society - Call to Arms Ethics Violators, 2007 01:44. Sinister Surveillance Society - The Box Ethics Violators, 2007 04:58. Sinister Surveillance Society - Tales of Hairlip Mice Ethics Violators, 2007 04:41. Sinister Surveillance Society - Out of the Blue Ethics Violators, 2007 04:21. Sinister Surveillance Society - Mario's Tune Ethics Violators, 2007 01:02.
Album: Ethics Violators. Sinister Surveillance Society - Somebody 08:55. Album: Ethics Violators. Sinister Surveillance Society: best 2 tracks. Sinister Surveillance Society - Seedling Ethics Violators, 2007 04:00. Sinister Surveillance Society - Somebody Ethics Violators, 2007 08:55. Artist: Sinister Surveillance Society.
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Violator is the seventh studio album by English electronic music band Depeche Mode. It was released on 19 March 1990 by Mute Records. Preceded by the singles "Personal Jesus" and "Enjoy the Silence" (a top-10 entry in both the United Kingdom and the United States), the album propelled the band into international stardom, and also yielded the singles "Policy of Truth" and "World in My Eyes" . Polish Society of the Phonographic Industry. Retrieved 30 March 2017. "Depeche Mode Chart History (Top Dance/Electronic Albums)".
The surveillance society. New information technology offers huge benefits-higher productivity, better crime prevention, improved medical care, dazzling entertainment, more convenience. But it comes at a price: less and less privacy. Yet Mr Brin does not explain what would happen to transparency violators or whether there would be any limits. What about national-security data or trade secrets? Police or medical files?
CreditsSinister Surveillance Society - Primary Artist
|1||Call to Arms||Sinister Surveillance Society||1:44|
|2||Tales of Hairlip Mice||Sinister Surveillance Society||4:41|
|3||Out of the Blue||Sinister Surveillance Society||4:21|
|4||Mario's Tune||Sinister Surveillance Society||1:02|
|5||Song for Sydy||Sinister Surveillance Society||3:48|
|6||In the Ruins||Sinister Surveillance Society||6:52|
|7||Somebody||Sinister Surveillance Society||8:55|
|8||Seedling||Sinister Surveillance Society||4:00|
|9||The Box||Sinister Surveillance Society||4:58|
|10||Medleycation||Sinister Surveillance Society||1:33|