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Last One on Earth

Asphyx

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
October 1992
Label:
Century Media
Reviews:
5 reviews (avg. 88%)
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2. The Krusher 05:52   Show lyrics
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3. Serenade in Lead 03:28   Show lyrics
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4. Last One on Earth 07:10   Show lyrics
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5. The Incarnation of Lust 04:47   Show lyrics
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6. Streams of Ancient Wisdom 03:35   Show lyrics
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7. Food for the Ignorant 04:50   Show lyrics
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8. Asphyx (Forgotten War) 05:26   Show lyrics
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Band members
Martin van Drunen Vocals, Lyrics (tracks 1-5, 7, 8)
Eric Daniels Guitars
Bob Bagchus Drums
Guest/Session
Ron van Pol Bass
Joop Synthesizer
Miscellaneous staff
Harry Wijering Engineering, Producer
Stefanie Esser Photography
Claus C. Pilz Layout
Axel Hermann Cover art
Martin van Drunen Vocals, Lyrics (tracks 1-5, 7, 8)
Eric Daniels Guitars
Bob Bagchus Drums
Ron van Pol Bass
Joop Synthesizer
Harry Wijering Engineering, Producer
Stefanie Esser Photography
Claus C. Pilz Layout
Axel Hermann Cover art
Read Why so sad, Father? 78% autothrall January 4th, 2014
Read Asphyx at its best 94% dismember_marcin August 1st, 2011
Read The Crushing Walls of... 90% rottencoffinspirit June 19th, 2009
Read Learning from mistakes... 86% morbert March 19th, 2009
Read Asphyx - Last One on Earth... 93% Unsilent_Storms October 6th, 2005
Catalogue # CM 7734-2

Recorded and mixed at Harrows Studios, Holland 1992.
Produced by Harry Wijering and Asphyx.

Album covers: left - original and right - reissue.

Martin van Drunen recorded the vocals alone in the studio without realizing he was already booted from the band. The vocals were intended to be recorded by Ron van Pol however the other members of Asphyx thought the vocal tracks were fine with Martin singing so they were kept and the lyrics to be sang by van Pol were yet to be written so van Drunen's lyrics were kept as well.

Released on cassette by Loud Out Records.

Reissued by Century Media Records on September 26th 2006 with different cover artwork, the Crush the Cenotaph EP and the Promo '91 as bonus tracks.
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