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Release date: 1999
Style: Industrial metal


8.1 | 34 votes


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01. I, Me, Mine
02. Us And Them
03. Endgames
04. Witchhunt
05. Whose Truth Is Your Truth?
06. Defiled
07. Bittersweet
08. Nail
09. Descent
10. Control Freak
11. The Internal
12. Live To Lose

Additional info
(CS) Mosh 179, 1999 - Earache
(ProCD) Mosh 179CDPro, 1999 - Earache
(CD) Mosh 179CD, 1999 - Earache
This is the first record not to be released on vinyl.

Released on May 17th, 1999 in Europe; June 8th - the U.S. release date.

'Live To Lose' is actually an older track, originally recorded in 1995, but never released.


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musicalkaratekid - 17.08.2015 at 00:45  
Rating: 7 It's an improvement on the previous album for sure, if only slightly. I do like how the band's musical direction turned towards the grimier side of things this time, though again, it's not as prominent as in the first two albums. Nonetheless, I can safely say that the first half of the album is stronger than the second, with "I, Me, Mine" and the title track being the standout highlights for me. Actually, I would like to add "The Internal" too, Broadrick's vocal delivery is very sweet on that song.

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