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Clandestine

Entombed

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
November 12th, 1991
Catalog ID:
MOSH 37
Version desc.:
UK
Label:
Earache
Format:
CD
Reviews:
8 reviews (avg. 91%)
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2. Sinners Bleed 05:11   Show lyrics
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3. Evilyn 05:05   Show lyrics
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4. Blessed Be 04:47   Show lyrics
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5. Stranger Aeons 03:25   Show lyrics
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6. Chaos Breed 04:53   Show lyrics
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7. Crawl 06:14   Show lyrics
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8. Severe Burns 04:01   Show lyrics
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9. Through the Collonades 05:38   Show lyrics
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Band members
Nicke Andersson Drums, Vocals
Alex Hellid Guitars (lead)
Ulf "Uffe" Cederlund Guitars, Vocals (backing)
Lars Rosenberg Bass
Miscellaneous staff
Dan Seagrave Cover art
Tomas Skogsberg Producer, Engineering
Nicke Andersson Artwork (back cover), Art direction, Logo
Nicke Andersson Drums, Vocals
Alex Hellid Guitars (lead)
Ulf "Uffe" Cederlund Guitars, Vocals (backing)
Lars Rosenberg Bass
Dan Seagrave Cover art
Tomas Skogsberg Producer, Engineering
Nicke Andersson Artwork (back cover), Art direction, Logo
Read These Stranger Aeons will... 100% Rivalry February 13th, 2014
Read It doesn't withstand the... 65% I_Crash_and_Burn April 27th, 2011
Read Wells of extinguished life 95% autothrall February 4th, 2010
Read This is a ''stealthy'' mess! 83% Funeral_Shadow December 24th, 2004
Read Entombed's classic 89% Milo December 16th, 2004
Read Stunning 99% Vim_Fuego August 6th, 2004
Read Bleeding like Sinners Bleed 100% ShotgunBlasphemy December 8th, 2003
Read THE Death Metal album 100% CliffBizkit336 June 11th, 2003

Photo by Lundberg Photographic Studio.

Even though the booklet says that Johnny Dordevic was the singer on this album it was Nicke Andersson who recorded the vocals.

A music video was made for the song "Stranger Aeons".

Only the American versions and the vinyl versions have the red logo, the LP has the logo, skull and album title embossed. The CD was originally only with the black logo shown here but later this CD was reissued with the yellow logo. A limited edition was released with an embossed cover.

Reissued by Earache in 1995 on cassette and CD with the black logo and 2 bonus tracks from the Stranger Aeons EP:
10. Dusk (02:41)
11. Shreds of Flesh (02:05)

Reissued by Earache in 2000 with the yellow logo and the same 2 bonus tracks as the 1995 reissue.

Reissued by Earache on April 15th 2008 as a part of Earache's classic series remastered in a slipcase with the same 2 bonus tracks as the 1995 reissue and the Monkey Puss (Live in London) bonus DVD.

Recording information:

Recorded at Sunlight Studios, Stockholm, Sweden, 1991.
Co-produced and engineered by Tomas Skogsberg and Entombed.

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