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Release date: 21 September 1999
Style: Gothic metal, Doom metal


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01. Skip It
02. White Slavery
03. Sinus
04. Everyone I Love Is Dead
05. Who Will Save The Sane?
06. Liver
07. World Coming Down
08. Creepy Green Light
09. Everything Dies
10. Lung
11. Pyretta Blaze
12. All Hallows Eve
13. Day Tripper (Medley) [The Beatles cover]

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Peter "Steele" Thomas Ratajczyk - vocals, bass, guitars, keyboards
Josh Silver - keyboards, backing vocals
Kenny Hickey - guitars, vocals
Johnny Kelly - drums, backing vocals

Additional info
Produced by Silver. Reproduced by Steele.

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Peter Steele... what a guy, eh? I must admit, I'm a tad envious of this fellow. Who wouldn't want to be tall as a lamp post, while singing in a cult Alternative/Gothic band and doing extraordinary amounts of hot chicks and cocaine at the same time? There are a few downsides, true. One might argue that posing naked for Playgirl, only to find out that the majority of its subscribers are actually gay men is a real downer, but you'd have to be a real homophobe to say that... ugh, right? Still, our prematurely deceased friend was either quite a miserable person, or he presented himself as such. And that's what Type O Negative is about: a way for a depressed, negative, cynical and possibly bi-polar person who doesn't exactly know if he fits in this world to express himself via music. And what interesting music it is.

published 27.07.2011 | Comments (7)

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Uirapuru - 11.04.2010 at 02:38  
  This album does not stand as high as the two previous.

Still it is a nice good hour of a heavily synthetized gothic metal
soadbyob - 11.04.2010 at 17:55  
  Favorite TON album, extremely good
Thrasher Hungary - 30.10.2010 at 18:28  
Rating: 6 It's awfully depressive in a big part of it's time... There are some good songs in it too, but the depressive parts got me feel ill, when I listened to it...
Unna Med - 06.09.2012 at 16:14  
Written by Thrasher Hungary on 30.10.2010 at 18:28

It's awfully depressive in a big part of it's time... There are some good songs in it too, but the depressive parts got me feel ill, when I listened to it...

You say "depressive" like it's something bad. Come on, it's nearly doom metal, i mean, it MUST be depressive.
NocturnalStalker - 13.11.2013 at 18:01  
Rating: 9 Probably the Type O album with the strongest doom vibe. I guess, it's one of the reasons I like it a lot. The other reason being that it contains some really great songs - White Slavery, Everyone I Love Is Dead, World Coming Down, Everything Dies, All Hallows Eve. And the great The Beatles cover too.
VIG - 18.06.2016 at 15:07  
Rating: 9 EXTREMELY underrated. i think this album is their only album that leads much more towards doom than gothic metal. the first track white slavery is so fucking good right from the start. then you got everyone i love is dead and the title track. this is an amazing album and for those who disagree and those who are not very familiar with this album, give it one more listen. 10/10
Kurty Wurty - 14.11.2016 at 14:27  
  Its been that time of the year where I rediscover Type O's discography dead again and it has never felt more prominent in my lost, spiraling, trying to climb back up life then it has now. Among the most abundant replays of all their work I've ever had, this album (along with Dead Again and Slow, Deep And Hard however I always clicked immeidiately onto the latter) throughout the last two months has been the one I kept creeping back to, and starting to relate to it most (along with October Rust). The first half of this album is some of the strongest output they did on top of the interludes which apparently even Pete didn't want to listen to Sinus again after the first time because it was panic attack inducing or something like that. I seem to always turn them up and and "feel" the expressions as much as I can. Its one of the most emotional inducing doom albums I can think of.
Bad English - 15.11.2016 at 22:51  
Rating: 10 A memories to me another great peace, but same as 1th one band has epic songs, but only 3 stands out, seems one good, one bad they go like that.
Same time seems bands is more inspird from NY streets INDUSTRY not as typical doom metal bands, ... weird

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