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Slateman/Cold World
Godflesh
Slateman/Cold World
Genres: Alternative Rock, Rock, Metal
 
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2007 reissue of this mini-album from the Industrial Metal band. Consisting of the 'Slateman' single and the Cold World EP, this pulverizing disc, originally released in 1996, features six tracks including three mixes of 'N...  more »

      
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All Artists: Godflesh
Title: Slateman/Cold World
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Earache UK
Original Release Date: 6/26/2007
Re-Release Date: 1/13/2008
Album Type: Import
Genres: Alternative Rock, Rock, Metal
Styles: Hardcore & Punk, Goth & Industrial, Alternative Metal, Death Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1

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2007 reissue of this mini-album from the Industrial Metal band. Consisting of the 'Slateman' single and the Cold World EP, this pulverizing disc, originally released in 1996, features six tracks including three mixes of 'Nihil'. Earache.

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4 Stars for SLATEMAN, 2 for COLD WORLD
Stopheles | Ridgewood, NY United States | 07/18/2000
(3 out of 5 stars)

"This disc collects two of Godflesh's singles, one of which is already included on the SLAVESTATE album. Just so you know."Slateman" is one of Godflesh's most, um, majestic songs, with an incredibly heavy riff which still comes off as melodic. This is a great song, and worth having if you are into guitar work at all."Wound 91" is a remake of a song off of STREETCLEANER with a subtly different riff propelling it. I like it more now than I did in 1991 when I didn't see that it was more than a rerecording of the original."Cold World", alas, is the sort of song that doesn't get released on a full album for a reason. It's not bad, just kinda by-the-numbers, maybe a bit more Goth than most Godflesh (or is that only because there's a somber organ in it."Nihil" is a creepy little piece of atmosphere, not too much more, and it's given two remixes which basically each move it further into the direction of sort of a Wax-Trax feel. The guitar work is not usual for Broadrick, sort of a spidery 1983-Robert-Smith sort, and the bassline is awfully sinister...Basically, if you have the rest of the early Godflesh, this disc is worth getting. The tracks sound good isolated in, say, a mixtape or DJ show, but like many singles, this isn't something you'll listen to too often all the way through."