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  1. In a sense, From Enslavement To Obliteration has taken a big back seat to Scum in historical terms, which is a real shame. Almost twenty years on, the band perform a bevy of songs from this recording live, and in terms of extremity few subsequent releases (both by Napalm Death and their legions of imitators) can hold a candle to it.
  2. One year after their well known debut album, the seminal british band Napalm Death attacked again with another raw and brutal album, called "From Enslavement to Obliteration". "Scum", their debut, is considered as the first grindcore album, and yes, it was rabid as hell, fast and brutal, but it lacked of maturity.
  3. A1 Evolved As One A2 It's A M.A.N.S. World A3 Lucid Fairytale A4 Private Death A5 Impressions A6 Unchallenged Hate A7 Uncertainty Blurs The Vision A8 Cock Rock Alienation A9 Retreat To Nowhere A10 Think For A Minute A11 Display To Me B1 From Enslavement To Obliteration B2 Blind To The Truth B3 Social Sterility B4 Emotional Suffocation B5 Practise What You Preach /5(60).
  4. From Enslavement to Obliteration, an Album by Napalm Death. Released 18 April on Earache (catalog no. MOSH 8CD; CD). Genres: Grindcore.
  5. 4. Private Death 5. Impressions 6. Unchallenged Hate 7. Uncertainty Blurs The Vision 8. Cock-Rock Alienation 9. Retreat To Nowhere Think For A Minute Display To Me From Enslavement To Obliteration Blind To The Truth Social Sterility Emotional Suffocation
  6. Napalm Death Album Punishment In Capitals (CD & DVD Set) Label PEACEVILLE Product SKU CDVILEDX Format CD Release date Genre Death/Thrash/Black Tracks. DISC 1: LUCID FAIRYTALE ; TAKE THE POISON ; NEXT ON THE LIST.
  7. Tracks from Scum Tracks from Enslavement to Obliteration Tracks bonus from 7 inch. Track 55 bonus. Recording information: Recorded and mixed at Birdsong, Worcester. Mastered at The Exchange, London. Produced by Napalm Death and Dig. Identifiers: Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): MOSH CD 8 MPO 01 @@@ Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): MOSH.
  8. Sep 26,  · Well, even though I strongly believe that after the countless Thrash, Death, Doom, and Black Metal albums I’ve heard that the FDR version of “From Enslavement To Obliteration” is the BEST sounding album I’ve ever heard (not factoring in the recent skipping dilemma on this particular version) and I just didn’t want to own it with such /5().

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