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Leaders Not Followers
Genres: Alternative Rock, Metal
1999 EP from the Godfathers of Grindcore, their first release for the Dream Catcher. Contains six tracks, all covers of classic punk & rock classics by the likes of Dead Kennedys (including 'Nazi Punks Fuck Off'), Repulsio... more »
1999 EP from the Godfathers of Grindcore, their first release for the Dream Catcher. Contains six tracks, all covers of classic punk & rock classics by the likes of Dead Kennedys (including 'Nazi Punks Fuck Off'), Repulsion, Death, etc. 1999 release. Standard jewel case.
Napalm Death proves why they are leaders not followers
Sean | Lakeland, Fl. | 04/23/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Covers. Cover songs can be a double-edged sword. They can either write you off as a "cover band" and be forever to re-digest music for hits and make you an extra buck(see Metallica). OR they can not only improve your musical ability, but as well as show your musical doctrines and influences. Napalm Death just does that. For almost 20 years now, Napalm Death have been one of leaders in Extreme Music. But Napalm Death have always had their share of influences such as Raw Power(UK), Slaughter(Canada), Pentagram(Chile), Repulsion (US), Death and Dead Kennedys. What significant about these influences is that they are pretty wide range from Grindcore, Death Metal, Thrash/Speed Metal, to Punk and Hardcore. The thing I really like most instead of picked the more known bands of today, they picked out some of the best from the old Metal tape-trading circuit of the mid to late 80's. Not only am I fan of these cover songs, but as well as the original bands themselves and have forked over a LOT of money to find the origin of the songs Napalm Death covers. Best songs: Incinerator(Slaughter), Demonic Possession(Pentagram), Maggots In Your Coffin(Repulsion), and Back From The Dead(Death). Great cd, really good price, well worth your money too!"
One of many talented metal bands
king beagley | warsaw, in usa | 08/07/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"in any way, napalm death is never bland. think of it as meaty growls, juicy twin guitar attack, and spicy bass and drums to complement the flavor. you'll never go hungry listening to them."