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The Machine

Dead World

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
October 12th, 1993
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Relapse Records
Format:
Unknown
Reviews:
1 review (avg. 87%)
1. Cold Hate 07:07   Show lyrics
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2. Lies 06:07   Show lyrics
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3. 180 04:07  
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4. Kill 06:37   Show lyrics
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5. Blood Everywhere 05:14  
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6. The Machine 08:07   Show lyrics
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7. Orgy of Self Mutilation 10:06  
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8. El Shaddi 06:19   Show lyrics
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Band members
Jonathan Canady Bass, Guitars, Samples, Vocals
Kevin Kopp Guitars, Samples, Vocals (additional) (Track 3)
Miscellaneous staff
Greg Knoll Photography, Artwork, Design
Jonathan Canady Photography
D.A. Oldis Producer, Engineering
Matthew Jacobson Executive Producer
William J. Yurkiewicz Jr. Executive Producer
Dangerous Dave Shirk Mastering
Kurt Hubert Photography (band)
Jonathan Canady Bass, Guitars, Samples, Vocals
Kevin Kopp Guitars, Samples, Vocals (additional) (Track 3)
Greg Knoll Photography, Artwork, Design
Jonathan Canady Photography
D.A. Oldis Producer, Engineering
Matthew Jacobson Executive Producer
William J. Yurkiewicz Jr. Executive Producer
Dangerous Dave Shirk Mastering
Kurt Hubert Photography (band)
Read Laid back industrial metal 87% Azathoth500 June 10th, 2005

Recorded at Platinum Studios, September '92. Produced by Dead World and D.A. Oldis.

Cassette version replaces the song "Orgy of Self Mutilation" by another one called "White Lady of Avenel" (unreleased on CD). Also on the cassette version, the song "El Shaddi" was erroneously printed as "El Shaddai".

The song "Blood Everywhere" was included in the soundtrack for the movie "Traces of Death III" (1995).

Added by: Terminvs_Est Modified by: Soturnus
Added on: 2004-07-27 21:58:13 Last modified on: 2013-12-25 16:01:23
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