Napalm Death - From Enslavement To Obliteration

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Release date: 1988
Style: Grindcore


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01. Evolved As One
02. It's A M.A.N.S. World!
03. Lurid Fairytale
04. Private Death
05. Impressions
06. Unchallenged Hate
07. Uncertainty Blurs The Vision
08. Cock Rock Alienation
09. Retreat To Nowhere
10. Think For A Minute
11. Display To Me...
12. From Enslavement To Obliteration
13. Blind To The Truth
14. Social Sterility
15. Emotional Suffocation
16. Practice What You Preach
17. Inconceivable
18. Worlds Apart
19. Obstinate Direction
20. Mentally Murdered
21. Sometimes
22. Make Way

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Back in the days when Napalm Death released their sophomore effort, "From Enslavement to Obliteration," the band had certainly cemented their status as the band that "invented" grindcore, a genre that will go on to change the landscape of metal music forever.

This album continues where they have left off in their debut album with a whole new set of personnel on board and these guys are no slouch! Featuring Messrs Steer on guitars, Dorian on vocals and Harris and Embury on drums and bass respectively. This lineup is a super-group of grind, if there ever was such a thing!

published 03.12.2006 | Comments (2)

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29.04.2014 - 18:22
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Such an immense improvement over Scum. Pretty much defines grindcore.

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