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For the Sick: A Tribute to Eyehategod


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Disc: 1
1. Man Is Too Ignorant To Exist - Dot(.)
2. Shinobi - Unearthly Trance
3. Pigs - Cable
4. Run It Into the Ground - Bowel
5. Godsong - Alabama Thunderpussy
6. Children Of God - Deadbird
7. Left To Starve - Kylesa
8. Blank - Rue
9. Sister Fucker - Brutal Truth
10. Shop Lift - Byzantine
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Disc: 2
1. Ruptured Heart Theory - Minsk
2. Lack Of Almost Everything - Ramsses
3. Zero Nowhere - The Mighty Nimbus
4. Methamphetamine - Lair Of the Minotaur
5. Broken Down But Not Locked Up - Sourvein
6. Anxiety Hangover - Bloody Panda
7. Story Of the Eye - Mouth Of The Architect
8. Southern Discomfort - Left In Ruin
9. Serving Time In the Middle Of Nowhere - Watch Them Die
10. Revelation/Revolution - Ozenza
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 20, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Season of Mist
  • ASIN: B000JFY0UW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #399,216 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By K. Payne on March 4, 2010
with about 2,000 cd's in my collection this was the first tribute cd i've ever checked out... cause who wants to hear someone butcher great music???? especially when it's a band you love....cause you and i know...most bands can't touch the original...

This comp. is proof that it can be done.... none of these bands or scene would have existed without EhG and if you're reading this you know that as much as i do.... you have a lot of top bands in the scene paying tribute and some putting cool spins on some essential music...

i'm not going to talk about the scene... if you know... you'll be picking this up....if any of this is new for you...enjoy it there's plenty out there that will blow ya mind!!!!! so get down on it!!!!!!!!

KILL YOUR BOSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

nolacorelifer
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Dimitar Kknillov on July 9, 2007
`We Hate God Too' - The Melvins. Great quote from the gods of sludge metal in the sleeve, shame they couldn't have whipped out a quick cover of `Take as Needed for Pain' or `Lack of Almost Everything'. And that is the problem with this record, not enough familiar names. Not enough to make you feel curious.

Tribute records are in most cases strange, and in my view, unenchanting affairs. As with all good covers the bands who succeed on here are the ones who change the songs the most - Brutal Truth, Kylsea, Bloody Panda, Left in Ruin and The Unholy 3, aka, Hank Williams 3rd. Other than that what you have are a lot of obscure metal bands that sound vaguely similar but aren't as good as EHG (Raging Speedhorn) doing covers of songs that rely heavily on the spirit of Mike Williams.

Hank Williams' two covers are probably the highlight of the record, one as mentioned by another reviewer sludgy and the other acoustic yet brilliantly discordant - and enough to persuade me to get one of his records.

Worth buying if you love Eyehategod but probably about as good as you were expecting.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By junkhead666 on June 26, 2007
i live for the sickness that is eyehategod so i was interested to hear all these other bands interpertaions of therir songs.obviously the orignal eyehategod cant be beat but i waas impressed with the covers by brutal truth, kylesa, leeft in ruins and all the others were still good.bloody panda also stood out for me. i would have like to see some more known bands do a few songs thats my only complaint. although there is liner notes written by phil anselmo. if you like ehg and a curious to hear some new underground bands syles in contrast to ehgs music get this i think it rocks
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By mike hunt on January 26, 2009
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this is one of the best trib albums EVER! buy this cd! if you cant afford it, sell a kidney or your liver (you dont like that thing anyway...) i was just listening to UNHOLY THREEs cover of "take as needed for pain," and i was inspired to write a review!!! id have given it a highter rating, but one wasnt offered. dont be a cheapa$$...buy this now!
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