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Pure Filth

Warfare

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
July 1984
Catalog ID:
Neat 1021
Label:
Neat Records
Format:
12" vinyl (33⅓ RPM)
Reviews:
4 reviews (avg. 66%)
Side A
1. Warning 01:53  
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2. Total Armageddon 06:05  
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3. Noise, Filth & Fury 03:58  
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4. Let the Show Go On 02:45  
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5. Breakout 02:38   Show lyrics
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Side B
6. Collision 02:11  
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7. Rabid Metal 03:11  
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8. Dance of the Dead 04:26   Show lyrics
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9. Limit Crescendo 03:56  
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10. Rose Petals Fall from Her Face 04:13  
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  35:16  
Band members
Evo Vocals (lead), Drums
Gunner Guitars
Falken Bass
Guest/Session
Cronos Bass (additional, on "Rose Petals Fall from Her Face"), Vocals (additional, on "Rose Petals Fall from Her Face")
Mantas Guitars (additional, on "Rose Petals Fall from Her Face")
Abaddon Drums (additional, on "Rose Petals Fall from Her Face")
Miscellaneous staff
Evo Producer, Cover design
Keith Nichol Engineering
Algy Ward Producer (except "Noise, Filth and Fury")
Otch Cover design
Evo Vocals (lead), Drums
Gunner Guitars
Falken Bass
Cronos Bass (additional, on "Rose Petals Fall from Her Face"), Vocals (additional, on "Rose Petals Fall from Her Face")
Mantas Guitars (additional, on "Rose Petals Fall from Her Face")
Abaddon Drums (additional, on "Rose Petals Fall from Her Face")
Evo Producer, Cover design
Keith Nichol Engineering
Algy Ward Producer (except "Noise, Filth and Fury")
Otch Cover design
Read Open warfare 77% Felix 1666 June 2nd, 2014
Read Hell Punk! 85% KarrionRIP March 9th, 2009
Read Venom’s worst record…and I... 36% Gutterscream August 10th, 2006
Read Filth hounds and friends 65% UltraBoris September 8th, 2003

Some versions have the tracks "Noise, Filth and Fury" and "Rabid Metal" instead of track 3, 6 and 7.

The 1984 Neat (UK) pressing on had a black background cover, while the 1984 Roadrunner (NL) pressing had a red background cover.

Some of the Neat copies came with a single containing This Machine Kills and Burn the Kings Road.

The Roadrunner copies contained more songs than the Neat (UK) release: This Machine Kills, Burn the Kings Road and New Age of Total Warfare (previously released on a Neat Records EP), but didn't feature the last track (Rose Petals Fall From Her Face, a collaboration with Venom) and failed to mention Rabid Metal on the back cover. The subtitle (Full Scale Attack) was missing from "Total Armageddon".

The UK Neat pressing had 12 tracks (with some indiscriminate swaps), including the Venom collaboration "Rose Petals Fall From Her Face" and came with a 7".

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