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Sometimes - Napalm Death - From Enslavement To Obliteration + Scum (CD, Album)

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  1. Nacage

    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.
  2. Tygogami

    Tracks taken from the LP 'Scum' (Earache MOSH ). Tracks taken from the LP 'From Enslavement To Obliteration' (Earache MOSH ). Tracks taken from the bonus 7" that came with the initial pressing of the "From Enslavement To Obliteration" LP Track Japan only bonus track (taken from the "Mentally Murdered" EP)/5(11).
  3. Daisida

    What we have here is the ultimate Napalm Death (which from now on shall be called ND) album in the classic pre-Barney line-up. For a lot of metal fanatics their previous album Scum. Although groundbreaker, still had too much ‘punk’ in it/5(63).
  4. Brami

    - One black printed CD label side Napalm Death - From Enslavement To Obliteration + Scum - One red printed CD label side (This entry) Contains the LP "From Enslavement To Obliteration" with bonus LP "Scum" plus four extra tracks, previously only released on a 7" that came with the first pressing (gatefold cover)of the "From Enslavement "/5(73).
  5. Mutaxe

    What we have here is the ultimate Napalm Death (which from now on shall be called ND) album in the classic pre-Barney line-up. For a lot of metal fanatics their previous album Scum. Although groundbreaker, still had too much ‘punk’ in it. But on F.E.T.O. it’s old school grindcore all the way/5(62).
  6. Moogukus

    "It's a M.A.N.S. World" is a tribute to the Crass song "Big Man, Big M.A.N." (Napalm Death participated on the Crass Records compilation Bullshit Detector and were one of their early influences). Recording information: Recorded and mixed at Birdsong, Worchester. Produced by Napalm Death and Dig. Identifiers: Matrix / Runout (Side A): MPO MOSH 8 A1.
  7. Met

    Napalm Death's second full effort, From Enslavement to Obliteration in ways put the seal on what the band had done, with most of its members going off to pursue their own individual efforts soon thereafter, and as such is the perfect complement to Scum, showing the quartet both straining at the bit and honing its original approach to a T.
  8. Meztilar

    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.

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