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Obituary - Slowly We Rot mp3

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Performer: Obituary
Title: Slowly We Rot
Country: US
Released: 1989
Style: Death Metal
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.8
Catalog #: RC 9489
Label: R/C Records

Tracklist

1Suffocation2:35
2Intoxicated4:40
3Godly Beings1:55
4Internal Bleeding3:01
5Immortal Visions2:25
6'Til Death3:55
7Bloodsoaked3:10
8Words Of Evil1:55
9Stinkupuss3:01
10Gates To Hell2:47
11Slowly We Rot3:36
12Deadly Intentions2:09


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
RRCAR 8360-1Obituary Slowly We Rot ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM, 180)Roadrunner RecordsRRCAR 8360-1GermanyUnknown
RR 8768-2Obituary Slowly We Rot ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, Gol)Roadrunner RecordsRR 8768-2US1998
RR8768-2Obituary Slowly We Rot ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Roadrunner RecordsRR8768-2Brazil2002
281Obituary Slowly We Rot ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial)Tact281Poland1990
MG 0090Obituary Slowly We Rot ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial)MG Records MG 0090Poland1991


Credits

  • Bass GuitarDaniel Tucker
  • Composed ByObituary
  • DrumsDonald Tardy
  • EngineerScott Burns
  • Illustration [Front Cover Illustration]Rob Mayworth
  • Lead GuitarAllen West
  • Lyrics ByJohn Tardy
  • Mastered ByMike Fuller
  • Mixed ByDonald Tardy, John Tardy, Scott Burns
  • Photography ByTim Hubbard
  • ProducerScott Burns
  • Rhythm GuitarTrevor Peres
  • VocalsJohn Tardy


Notes

Recorded at Morrisound Recording, Tampa, Florida. Mastered at Fullersound, Miami, Florida.


Barcodes

  • Barcode (Text): 0 16861-9489-1 7
  • Barcode (Scanned): 016861948917
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout Etched): RC 9489-A S-21527 WHAT DID HE SAY!!
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout Etched): RC 9489-B S-21528 PLAY IT BACKWARDS


Companies

  • Recorded At – Morrisound Studios
  • Mastered At – Fullersound


Album

Slowly We Rot - Obituary. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Assassin - Interstellar Experience 1988. Slowly We Rot is the debut album by American death metal band Obituary. It was released on June 14, 1989 and is the only Obituary album to feature bassist Daniel Tucker. Guitarist Allen West would leave soon after but returned for the third album The End Complete. It was re-released on January 27, 1997 with remastered sound and liner notes. Despite being recorded in standard tuning and Fender Stratocasters, it is considered to be one of the band's heavier efforts. The remainder of the band's output. Obituary - Slowly We Rot 1989. We Rot is the only Obituary album to feature bassist Daniel Tucker, guitarist Allen West would leave soon after but returned for the third album The End Complete. It was re-released on January 27, 1997, with remastered sound and liner notes. It was released on May 16, 1989, and is the only album on which Obituary used E standard guitar tuning, as opposed to the D standard tuning used on all their other albums. Despite this, it is widely considered to be Obituary's heaviest album. Obituary - Slowly We Rot Full Album Vinyl 1989. Buy from. The album was originally announced with a different tracklist which omitted Intoxicated for Cause of Death and a running order that was not used on the final release: 1. Internal Bleeding 2. Godly Blessings 3. Blood Soaked 4. Suffocation 5. Slowly We Rot 6. Till Death 7. Gates to Hell 8. Words of Evil 9. Immortal Visions 10. Album 1989 14 Songs. In fact, on songs like Til Death and Slowly We Rot, they often sludged in the opposite direction, fabricating rigor mortis like the corpses John Tardy was barking and burping about. He sounds unbelievably malevolent, and between chainsaw guitar solos check Suffocation and double bass drums that actually roll, he gets all the wicked support he needs. Slowly We Rot Obituary. It was released on May 16, 1989 and is the only Obituary album to feature bassist Daniel Tucker, guitarist Allen West would leave soon after but returned for the third album The End Complete. Slowly We Rot Q&A. The music of Obituary wasn't simply an extreme form of Slayer-esque speed metal with ghastly vocals it was full-fledged death metal, with down-tuned guitar riffs of monstrous size, painful-sounding growls and moans for vocals, and distinct tempo changes that often brought the songs down to a lumbering doomy tempo rather relentlessly breakneck speeds à la thrash


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