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|2.||The Impossibility of Reason||03:42||Show lyrics|
|3.||Pictures in the Gold Room||04:26||Show lyrics|
|4.||Power Trip||02:48||Show lyrics|
|5.||Down Again||04:20||Show lyrics|
|6.||Pure Hatred||04:18||Show lyrics|
|7.||The Dehumanizing Process||04:10||Show lyrics|
|10.||Eyes of a Criminal||05:16||Show lyrics|
|12.||Implements of Destruction||13:30||instrumental|
|Rob Arnold||Guitars (lead)|
|Chris Spicuzza||Keyboards, Vocals (backing)|
|Garrett Zunt||Cover art|
|Ben Schigel||Producer, Engineering|
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Japanese/UK version contains the bonus track:
13. Army of Me (04:21)
Digital reissue version comes with two bonus tracks:
13. Army of Me (04:21)
14. Stays the Same (03:06)*
*This is a re-recorded version from the song used during the credits of the Chimaira 'The Dehumnaizing Process' DVD.
The demo version lasts 03:16, the "rerecorded" version (used as a bonus track here) only lasts 03:06.
"Army of Me" is taken from the 2003 "Freddy vs. Jason" soundtrack.
The song "Pure Hatred" was used in the Mythbusters episode of "Exploding House" during the "talking to plants" segment.
Recorded at Spider Studios, Strongsville, Ohio.
Mixed at Chapel Recording Studios, Lincolnshire, England.
Mastered at Sterling Sound, New York.
Recording began on November 26, 2002 and finished in early January, 2003.
The album title came from a scene in the movie "Platoon".
The voice at the beginning of Power Trip is a trucker saying "he had god like power".
The studio was next to a highway and their equipment would sometimes pick up CB radio signals from trucks passing by.
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