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Living Sacrifice
Genres: Rock, Metal, Christian & Gospel
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CD Details

All Artists: Living Sacrifice
Title: Inhabit
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: R.E.X. Music
Release Date: 5/24/1994
Genres: Rock, Metal, Christian & Gospel
Style: Hard Rock & Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 092604100224

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CD Reviews

Great LS cd and a nice change from their others.
Smithy1185 | San Diego, CA USA | 06/28/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I had heard from some people that this cd wasn't all that great becuase of the vocal style and that seems to be the big divide that makes people either love it or hate it. When I got it I expected the vocals to be the usual death metal style(ex.Cannibal Corpse, Suffocation, etc...) but was surprised to hear that they were different. To me the vocals sound great as do the grinding guitars, bass, and pounding drums. I enjoy this style of LS more than their later sound and think that they did a great job with trying death metal. Anyways this is a must buy for LS fans and for others who dig some great metal."
Not bad, not bad
jred | delaware | 02/27/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"LS back when it was death dont like it as much as their 3 most recent cds, but its still pretty good stuff

the best tracks are breathing murder, for its insane drum speed and departure for it extremely good instrumental if u like death metal or LS then buy this album"
My first death metal album
the invader zim | Tupelo, MS USA | 01/29/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This cd led me to find and love the genre of death metal. You see I was looking for EastWest's Hope In Anguish cd at my local Lifeway store but they didn't have it. I was about to leave until I saw this album and The Hammering Process cd at the lower left hand corner of the shelf. This one was 9.99 and the other 16.99, I wanted to get them both but could only buy one, so I got T.H.P. disk. I thought that since that was more expensive it was probably better than the other(how ignorant was I!). Later I did some research on Inhabit,and listen to some sound clips and was blown away! Doing further research, I found out this was death metal and looked up a bunch of stuff about it(mostly on here at Amazon so thank you Tom Servo and others who took thier time to write about this genre through guides, album reviews, etc.)and come to love both the genre and this cd. Also, since I headed into heavy metal without knowing much about it besides bands like Korn, Metallica, Tool, Marilyn Manson, etc., I had no problems with the vocals or the heaviness or the genre itself(death metal).

Now that have finished my manifesto, lets look at the album itself. I've heard a lot of complaints about DJ's vocals but I realy don't care because I like his vocals on the first three cd's also espelialy Nonexistenet. I know this isn't the most heavy or technical death metal but it does a good job on both. So if you are a newbie into Christian metal, death metal, or just tired of what is put out by Mtv, get this album and don't worry about the naysayers."