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  1. The first pressing o the CD () came as a track CD including the From Enslavement To Obliteration album an fower bonus tracks. In , the first twa albums wur re-released separately. The album cover wis designed bi Bill Steer's Carcass bandmate, Jeffrey Walker. The album covers came in varied colors: orange, gold, green, blue, an yellow.
  2. 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.
  3. Scum is the debut album by English grindcore band Napalm prophsiofrolportcoolcaberrelesipeti.coinfo was released on 1 July through Earache Records.. Side A of Scum was originally recorded for £ at Rich Bitch studio (Birmingham, England) in August It was intended to form part of a split release with English crossover thrash band Atavistic on Manic Ears (Bristol, England).). After an extensive line-up change.
  4. 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().
  5. album: "From Enslavement To Obliteration" () 1. Evolved As One 2. It's a M.A.N.S. World 3. Lucid Fairytale 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
  6. Although it tends to be overshadowed by Scum, Napalm Death’s follow up to that genre-defining album is just as deserving of prophsiofrolportcoolcaberrelesipeti.coinfos Scum was the sound of a young band making a racket for the sheer sake of it, noise for music’s sake, From Enslavement To Obliteration showed drive and progression, the start of the Death Metal influence that would drive the band completely in years.
  7. - From Enslavement to Obliteration [Demo] - Scum - From Enslavement To Obliteration - The Curse [EP] - Mentally Murdered [EP] - Napalm Death & Electro Hippies [Split] - Napalm Death & S.O.B [Split] - From Enslavement To Obliteration + Scum [Japanese Edition] - Harmony Corruption.
  8. Produced by Napalm Death and Dig. The first pressing of the CD () came as a track CD including the complete Scum album. It didn't feature the last track "The Curse", which was released only on the separate re-release. Not to be confused with the demo of the same name.

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