Back in 1995, or 1996, kyronfive & I were talking (I think it was at her apartment) and she was skooling me on what's good and what's bad in the World According to Industrial Music. Front Line Assembly eventually comes up, and one thing always said to me that stuck is that every time you listen to an FLA track, there's a good chance you hear a different sound you didn't the previous spin, every time. Sure enough, I listened to "Neologic Spasm" about 30 times one night, and confirmed this. (this was during the Tactical Neural implant/Millenium/Circuitry(? I'm not 100% at the moment) era, so I'll let y'all judge if that applies on later works.)
Cut to 2008: I'm working out and "the blade" comes on my iPhone, and suddenly, I swear I noticed a different synth texture if never heard before. And I'm positive it was the music, & not some extraneous gym noise.
I just found that to be a mini "wow, cool!" moment for me.
If you haven't heard it before, or it's been a while since you last bumped that, give it a spin now. If you do t have it, I'm sure there's something on Ytube with the song. Take a moment. You deserve it. ;)