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So Sad - Napalm Death - Hatred Surge (Cassette)

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  1. This is the strangest release of Napalm Death. Harsh punk gets mixed with some depressive chords and a sound, which reminds me of the Thorns' demos. Imagine Discharge with some Burzum-like moments ('What Man Can Do'), noisy michrophonies and the angriest ever heard cries - that's what 'Hatred Surge' is .
  2. 'Napalm Death-"Hatred surge" demo ' (printed on cover artwork). 'windfirenilisnilargas.xyzinfo Rcds ' (printed on rear cover artwork). Other Versions (5 of 9) View All.
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  5. Songs: What Man Can Do, Instinct of Survival, Abbatoir, Control, Sacrificed, So Sad.. Members: Nicholas "Nik Napalm" Bullen, Justin Broadrick, Pete "Peanut" Shaw, Miles "Rat" Ratledge. Hatred Surge () [Demo] by Napalm Death.
  6. As a result Napalm Death in sounded twice as fast as they did during their “Hatred Surge” days when drummer Miles Ratledge was still in the band. This line-up recorded the A-side of the album which included a lot of their older punk songs but placed at a higher pace than before (for instance 'Instinct Of Survival', 'Control' and.
  7. "The Glue Bag Song" is the original version of the song “The Mushroom Tea Song” which appeared in a live version on the B-Side of the original cassette release on the Hatred Surge demo by Napalm Death. It features different lyrics.
  8. Hatred Surge Napalm Death. Type: Demo Release date: December Catalog ID: N/A Label: Independent Format: Cassette So Sad Show lyrics (loading lyrics) 7. Caught in a Dream Show lyrics It was taken from the full live set that constituted the entire flip side of the original cassette. Added by: (Unknown user).
  9. Napalm Death returned to its early grindcore roots to a degree with its next full-length, Enemy of the MusicBusiness, which was issued in early Throughout the remainder of the decade, the band reliably stuck to its guns, releasing high-qualityalbums -- including Order of the Leech, Smear Campaign, and Time Waits for No Slave -- at a rate.

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