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Symphonies of Sickness [Full Dynamic Range Edition]

by Carcass

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Patric Barrett/Launch Pad
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Patric Barrett/Launch Pad I had this back in 1990. I felt the need to rediscover this. I no longer have the vinyl anymore. This is not for everyone. Sometimes that is a good thing. Right now I am in the mood for this. And this will change as well. I get the feeling the band had a LOT of fun making this record.I never paid attention to this but carcass hails from Liverpool. At least when the band first got together. Not that this matters. I just find these things interesting. I still like this record. :) Favorite track: Empathological Necroticism.
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xhrl_ Carcass's 1989 LP was a killer follow up to Reek of Putrefaction. This is the more metal of the two early Carcass works. Though built from barre chords and refragmented rock beats, this album guides our eyes through an underworld of horror, fragile life, violence, anti-ideological compassion, & delightfully incognito absurdist humour. A grind masterpiece which satirizes older melodic styles in barre chords with shuddering, long phrases. Varied tempos cleverly pace the songs against each other! Favorite track: Ruptured in Purulence.
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released November 4, 1989

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