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|1.||I Wish I Could Vomit Blood on You... ...People||01:51||instrumental|
|2.||The Oblivion Gene||03:06|
|3.||Do Not Speak||05:33|
|4.||Procreation of the Wretched||04:35|
|5.||To Err Is Human, to Dream - Futile||03:47|
|6.||Revaluation of All Values (Tractatus Alogico Misanthropicus)||04:09|
|7.||The Final Destruction of Dignity (Die letzten Tage der Menschheit)||03:33|
|8.||Swallow the World||03:59|
|9.||This Cannot Be the End||06:24|
|10.||Rage, Rage Against the Dying of the Light||04:25|
|Domine Non Es Dignus||91%||Death_Welder||August 26th, 2016|
|Hell's House Band Part II -...||75%||Subrick||March 13th, 2013|
|Lord, you are not worthy.||83%||linguist2011||October 12th, 2012|
|Not the same beast.||90%||Industriell_Olycka||March 31st, 2006|
|A lesson in Sonic Brutlity||80%||Sexy_undertaker||March 8th, 2006|
|Conceptual Incoherence||65%||Sierra_Nevada||February 26th, 2005|
|Necro Chaos!||100%||Vor||November 30th, 2004|
|Fast and brutal, but...||85%||mutiilator||October 5th, 2004|
The intro speech from "Do Not Speak" is from the original film version of "1984".
The name of the final track, and possibly its lyrics, are based on the poem "Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night" by Dylan Thomas.
"Domine Non Es Dignus" is Latin for "Lord, you are not worthy"; a statement which is repeated in the opening half of "The Oblivion Gene".
According to the album's liner notes, the distorted vomiting sounds in the opener 'I Wish I Could Vomit Blood on You... ...People' are "actual vomit[ing]" by Paul Foster.
Recorded at Necrodeath Studios, between May & June 2004.
HRS 48-bit mastering was used for High Resolution Sound.
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