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Item no. 201528
Gender Unisex
Musical Genre Death Metal
Exclusive No
Media - Format 1-3 2-CD
Edition Deluxe Edition, Re-Release
Product topic Bands
Band Death
Product type CD
Release date 7/1/11
10 years after the death of cancer of Chuck Schuldiner Relapse releases an advanced deluxe 2-CD with 20 up to now unreleased demo recordings! The epic masterpiece was carefully mixed by longtime friend and Death-producer Jim Morris. The Death-classic was also remastered and appears with a new package incl. O-card. Plus more than one hour bonus material (intrumental/demo recordings). An absolute must for all Death-Metal-fans!!! (Rough Trade Distribution)
CD 1
1. Flattening of emotions 2. Suicide machine 3. Together as one 4. Secret face 5. Lack of comprehension 6. See Through Dreams 7. Cosmic sea 8. Vacant planets 9. God of thunder
CD 2
1. Flattening of emotions 2. Suicide machine 3. Together as one 4. Secret face 5. Secret face [Part 2] 6. Lack of comprehension 7. Felt good (Studio Snippet) 8. See Through Dreams 9. See through dreams [Part 2] 10. Vacant planets 11. Cosmic sea 12. Cosmic sea [Part 2] 13. God of thunder 14. Flattening of emotions 15. Lack of comprehension 16. Suicide machine 17. Together as one 18. See Through Dreams 19. Secret face (Instrumental) 20. Vacant planets (Instrumental)

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Billy O.

25 Reviews

Posted on: October 22, 2017

Technical Death Metal

Classic fourth piece of this classic band that marked the history of metal music, an album that can not be out of collection of any metal collector! This is a great re release from relapse records, plus bonus CD, notes and many more!!

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Joel B.

72 Reviews

Posted on: May 16, 2017

Death - Human

Death’s fourth album, Human, is considered a masterpiece of technical death metal by many. Up until this moment in time, most bands within the death metal genre focused on being as fast and brutal as possible. As soon as the first song begins on Human, you know you are going to be in for a ride. The song begins with a drum solo that leads into the opening guitar riff, setting the tone for the album. The main factor that makes this album so great is that even though the song structures are extremely complex, the songs never seem to get boring.

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Danilo M.

10 Reviews

Posted on: March 5, 2017

The beginning of the tecnical death metal

The album that marked the beginning of a new era for death metal!

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