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Dehumanization
Crucifix
Dehumanization
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Metal
 
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All Artists: Crucifix
Title: Dehumanization
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Label: Southern Records
Release Date: 4/16/1995
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Metal
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Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 718751852327

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Highly influential anarchopunk release
01/20/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"crucifix combines the political spirit of crass & conflict with the discharge school of music. along with dischrage - 'hear nothing', antisect's - 'in darkness' and amebix - 'monolith' this is one of the most important anarchopunk releases of the 1980s. "prejudice", "no limbs" and "see through their lies" are highlights. sothira's vocals are very powerful & unique for this style."
BRUTALLY INTENSE...
JUAN MARTIN GABASTOU | Weston Hills, FL United States | 02/15/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"...early 80's crusty hardcore punk,with an accent on californian hc sound Black Flag/The Germs influence,this is less crust than one would expect,except for the chaotic arrangements.VERY intense and original guitar work,brutal and effective.The whole record clocks in at a bare 23 min.,but its intensity leaves you wishing for a quaalude instead of more songs (given the right volume of course).The recording is very good for a low budget record of that era,and Sothira's voice level varies from downright buried in the mix to totally shouted on top of it all,giving the impression there were two totally different singers on the cd,which I find an original and interesting approach to mixing.HISTORIC."
Crucifix rules.
JUAN MARTIN GABASTOU | 06/09/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Crucifix are so awesome it's not even funny. A bunch of grubby 18-year-old's from San Francisco picked up guitars and started a band in the vein of political UK hardcore like Discharge or Conflict and improved upon it. I love Discharge as much as the next guy, but ya gotta admit--they can get very repetitive after a while. This LP never seems to bore me. Gritty, yet sometimes poetic lyrics that describe the horrors of war (DUH!), the exploitation of natural resources, etc. A great guitar sound that sounds a bit metallic sometimes (don't worry, it's not THAT metal...And what's wrong with metal, anyway?). You'll probably memorize Sothira's spoken intro to "Annihilation" after your first or second listen. Totally classic hardcore/punk record."