Not to be confused with the Swedish band Dive ---- Dive is a Belgian industrial music band formed in 1990 by Dirk Ivens (Absolute Body Control, Klinik, Blok 57, Sonar). Dive's "audio trademark" is the experimental sound of abused drum machines, pulsating through crackling distortion on almost every song.
This eponymous album was recorded the year before Dirk Ivens left Klinik and released on his own label Body Records. It was re-released on CD in 1992 as First Album, with seven bonus tracks.
"Dive" is a song by the American rock band, Nirvana.
Dive is an album by English soprano Sarah Brightman. It is her first album with producer Frank Peterson, and a marked departure from her previous operatic works.
DIVE is the second studio album released by Japanese singer Maaya Sakamoto. As the first album, Yoko Kanno produced this album as well. Lyrics for four of the album's 11 songs were written by Sakamoto (Heavenly Blue was co-written with Tim Jensen).
Not to be confused with the Belgian band Dive. ---- Dive, Swedish band which consisted of Chris Lancelot (a.k.a. Krister Linder) and Erik Holmberg. They released three albums: Where the River Turns to Sea (1990), Stills (1992) and Dive (1994).