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Limited blue colored vinyl LP pressing. Scum is the debut studio album by grindcore band Napalm Death, originally released in 1987. The two sides of the record were recorded by two different lineups in sessions separated by about a year; the only musician in both incarnations was drummer Mick Harris. The two sides are very different, and the two taken together serve to bridge stylistic elements of heavy metal and punk rock. While the songs on the A-side are influenced heavily by hardcore punk and anarcho-punk, the vocals and lower-tuned electric guitars on the B-side anticipate subsequent developments in extreme metal. Loudwire put it in the list of the best 10 metal albums of 1987.
Limited blue colored vinyl LP pressing. Scum is the debut studio album by grindcore band Napalm Death, originally released in 1987. The two sides of the record were recorded by two different lineups in sessions separated by about a year; the only musician in both incarnations was drummer Mick Harris. The two sides are very different, and the two taken together serve to bridge stylistic elements of heavy metal and punk rock. While the songs on the A-side are influenced heavily by hardcore punk and anarcho-punk, the vocals and lower-tuned electric guitars on the B-side anticipate subsequent developments in extreme metal. Loudwire put it in the list of the best 10 metal albums of 1987.
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Scum - Blue (Blue) [Colored Vinyl]
Artist: Napalm Death
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $33.98
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DISC: 1

1. Multinational Corporations
2. Instinct of Survival
3. The Kill
4. Scum
5. Caught... in a Dream
6. Polluted Minds
7. Sacrificed
8. Siege of Power
9. Control
10. Born on Your Knees
11. Human Garbage
12. You Suffer
13. Life?
14. Prison Without Walls
15. Point of No Return
16. Negative Approach
17. Success?
18. Deceiver
19. C.S
20. Parasites
21. Pseudo Youth
22. Divine Death
23. As the Machine Rolls on
24. Common Enemy
25. Moral Crusade
26. Stigmatized
27. M.A.D
28. Dragnet

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Limited blue colored vinyl LP pressing. Scum is the debut studio album by grindcore band Napalm Death, originally released in 1987. The two sides of the record were recorded by two different lineups in sessions separated by about a year; the only musician in both incarnations was drummer Mick Harris. The two sides are very different, and the two taken together serve to bridge stylistic elements of heavy metal and punk rock. While the songs on the A-side are influenced heavily by hardcore punk and anarcho-punk, the vocals and lower-tuned electric guitars on the B-side anticipate subsequent developments in extreme metal. Loudwire put it in the list of the best 10 metal albums of 1987.
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