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  1. Horrified by Repulsion, released 04 February 1. The Stench Of Burning Death 2. Eaten Alive 3. Acid Bath 4. Slaughter Of The Innocent 5. Decomposed 6. Radiation Sickness 7. Splattered Cadavers 8. Festering Boils 9. Pestilent Decay Crematorium Driven To Insanity Six Feet Under Bodily Dismemberment Repulsion The Lurking Fear
  2. Repulsion son sin lugar a dudas, los padres del Grindcore, y han influenciado a bandas como Napalm Death (ellos no eran precisamente Grindcore por aquellos días), Carcass (editaron "Horrified" en su sello Necrosis Records en ) y Entombed (su versión de "Black Breath" es muy poderosa) por mencionar sólo a unos cuantos/5(59).
  3. Feb 05,  · While technically released after the first two Napalm Death albums, Horrified by Repulsion was recorded in , which technically makes it the first grindcore full length ever recorded. In the middle of Death Metal's development, Horrified mixes the speed and aggression of hardcore punk with raspy vocals, raw and gritty guitar tones and blast /5().
  4. Entirely different manufacturing info to this other version: Repulsion - Horrified Originally released in Mastered at Visceral Sound, Bethesda, MD. Disc 1 "Horrified": recorded in June Disc 2 - "Rarities": Rehearsal Demo 11/84, aka Armies of the Dead Demo, recorded in Phil's Basement on a portable cassette/5().
  5. rows · Listen free to Repulsion – Horrified (The Stench of Burning Death, Eaten Alive and more). .
  6. Horrified is the only full-length studio album by American grindcore band Repulsion. This album was influential on later goregrind bands. Although the album was originally recorded in , it remained unreleased until three years later. It was originally released .
  7. It was "officially" released as Horrified on the Necrosis label (owned by members of Carcass and a subdivision of Earache) in The tracks were recorded in June '86 at Silver Tortoise Soundlab, Ann Arbor, MI [demo]; and then remixed in March '89 by Jonas Berzanskis, Scott Carlson and Aaron Freeman, and produced by Doug Earp and Repulsion.

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