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Napalm Death > And, Like Sheep, We Have All Gone Astray
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And, Like Sheep, We Have All Gone Astray

Napalm Death

Type:
Demo
Release date:
October 1982
Catalog ID:
NO 5
Label:
Obituary Tapes
Format:
Cassette
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Single-sided
1. The Good Book  
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2. Call This Aborted?  
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3. A Stagnant Land  
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4. Punk Is a Rotting Corpse  
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5. System's Scapegoat  
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6. Industrial Pollution  
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7. Traditional Society  
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8. The Doomsday Cometh  
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9. What Is My Country?  
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10. Confined  
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11. Rival Faction's  
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12. Krapper's Delight  
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13. Mohawk's Revenge  
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14. The Room with the Shuttered Window  
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Band members
Miles "Red" Rat Drums, Lyrics
Robb O Bass, Vocals (backing)
Daz. F Guitars
Nik Napalmed Vocals, Lyrics
Miscellaneous staff
Martin Curfew Engineering
Nik Napalmed Cover art
Miles "Red" Rat Drums, Lyrics
Robb O Bass, Vocals (backing)
Daz. F Guitars
Nik Napalmed Vocals, Lyrics
Martin Curfew Engineering
Nik Napalmed Cover art
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The cassette received an 'official' release through the Obituary Tapes label run by Mick Slaughter of Obituary fanzine (Kent, England). The tape was issued on a C40 cassette with a cover by Nicholas Bullen and was sold via mail order and reviewed in a number of fanzines. The title of the recording (created by Miles Ratledge) is a paraphrase of a phrase from the text The Holy Bible of the Christian religion (Isaiah 53:6).

"Call This Aborted?" is a re-worked version of the song "Napalm" which appeared on the 1st demo by the group. The re-worked song features new lyrics.

"The Room with the Shuttered Window" was a freeform improvisation recorded in one take with no rehearsal. The title of the song is derived from the story The Shuttered Room by August Derleth which was inspired by a fragment written by H.P. Lovecraft.

"The Doomsday Cometh" was inspired by a line from a poem written by the singer of the Anarchist punk group Naked which appeared in Enigma fanzine - Issue 3.

Recording information:

Recorded on 10 Track Porta Studio, Knowle.

Added by: Necrodictator Modified by: Dr_Keloid
Added on: 2018-04-20 07:19:31 Last modified on: 2019-02-10 00:34:53