1. Rise Above (2:42). At time of birth, Minds free from suspicion, Senses raped, Induced with superstition. External distinctions Used as scapegoats To problems, Channelling our aggression In the wrong direction. Break down the barriers That enforce superstition. Learn to trust, Overcome suspicion. Acceptance, the weapon, Active against our freedom, Our love and compassion Held at treason.
Mick Harris rose above. Kevin J. so many grindy rifts for a two minute song! 6 years назад. album art reminds me of "saved by the bell". Strange to think he would end up singing (more) cleanly and in a doom metal band, though I remember him saying in an interview he grew bored of the punk/grindcore scene, which would explain why he left Napalm Death. okay, i just stated the obvious, but i love nd!!!!! 7 years назад. rmonster1965 You're thinking of basic aesthetics.
Split, 1989, Sounds Of Burial. 1. Multinational Corporations. 2. Re-Address the Problem. Mega Armageddon Part.
from Live Corruption by Napalm Death. Record/Vinyl + Digital Album. Formed in 1981 in Birmingham, England, Napalm Death are the founding fathers of grindcore whose innovation and contribution to the extreme metal scene is still making a mark over 35 years later.
Death by Manipulation is a compilation album of singles by British band Napalm Death. It was released on 19 August 1991. Tracks 1–4 are from the Mass Appeal Madness EP. Tracks 5–7 are from the "Suffer the Children" single. Tracks 8–13 are from the Mentally Murdered EP. Tracks 14–19 are from the Napalm Death/S. split 7" EP. Tracks 20–22 are from Live Corruption, recorded at the Salisbury Arts Centre on 30 June 1990.
Scum is the debut studio album by English grindcore band Napalm Death. It was released on 1 July 1987 through Earache Records. Side A of Scum was originally recorded for £5. 0 at Rich Bitch studio (Birmingham, England) in August 1986. 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, the second half of Scum was recorded in May 1987 at Rich Bitch studio
sort by album sort by song. demo: "Hatred Surge" (1985). album: "From Enslavement To Obliteration" (1988). split: "NAPALM DEATH, . Multinational Corporations (Part 2) Re-Address The Problem Changing Colours From The Ashes Understanding?!?!
|A6||Re-Address The Problem|
|A8||From The Ashes|
|A12||The Missing Link|
|A14||Walls Of Confinement|
|A15||Cause And Effect|
|A16||No Mental Effort|
|A17||What Man Can Do|
|A18||Instinct Of Survival|
|A23||Caught In A Dream|
|A25||Cheswick Green (Live)|
|B3||Prisons Without Walls|
|B4||Point Of No Return|
- Bass – Nuts (tracks: A17 to A25), Shaun* (tracks: A1 to A16, B8 to B20)
- Bass, Vocals – Nik* (tracks: B1 to B7)
- Drums – Mick* (tracks: A1 to A16, B1 to B20), Rat* (tracks: A17 to A25)
- Guitar – Bill* (tracks: A1 to A16, B8 to B20), Just* (tracks: A17 to B6)
- Vocals [Vocal] – Lee* (tracks: A1 to A16, B8 to B20), Nik* (tracks: A17 to A25)
NotesPrinted on artwork:
Tracks 1 to 2.3 taken from "Unreleased 7" 5-1988".
Tracks 3 to 7 taken from "SOB/ND Split Flexi".
Tracks 8 to 13 taken from "Mentally Murdered".
Tracks 14 to 21 taken from "Demo, 12-1988".
Track 22 taken from "Live".
Tracks 23 to 26.2 taken from "Demo, 2, 3-1986".
Tracks 27 to 34.3 taken from "Live across Europe 1988".
|CONTROL RECORDS 023||Napalm Death||Rise Above (CDr, Comp, Unofficial)||Control Records||CONTROL RECORDS 023||Unknown|