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1. Hear Nothing, See Nothing, Say Nothing
2. The Nightmare Continues
3. The Final Blood Bath
4. Protest and Survive
5. I Won't Subscribe
6. Drunk with Power
7. Meanwhile
8. A Hell on Earth
9. Cries of Help
10. The Possibility of Life's Destruction
11. Q: And Children A: And Children
12. The Blood Runs Red
13. Free Speach for the Dumb
14. The End
15. Never Again [Single Version][*]
16. Death Dealers [Single Version][*]
17. Two Monstrous Nuclear Stockpiles [Single Version][*]
18. State Violence State Control [Single Version][*]
19. Dooms Day [Single Version][*]
20. Warning [Single Version][*]
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 20, 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered
  • Label: INgrooves Fontana/Sanctuary
  • ASIN: B000095J1U
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,720 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Garbageman on January 13, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I can't seriously think of a better band than Discharge. They are tighter than a crab's [back] and the formula is intact: riff, riff with verse, riff #2, riff #2 with chorus, then repeat twice, then end abruptly. AWESOME. I mean, don't cut corners. When this album was in my collection in high school, I deliberately played it to piss people off. Listen to the bass solo on "The Final Bloodbath" at about the :39 mark: it's going so fast, it disintegrates into total unstructured noise, AND IT'S ONLY A ONE-NOTE SOLO. Good God. "State Control" is one of the top 10 punk singles ever. And "I Won't Subscribe" is the blueprint for every punk song in history. Rancid should be servicing these guys after a show, they are so brutal. Nothing even comes close. "Drunk With Power" is almost unintentionally funny it's so good. This album is worth it for the small (they were bigger on the LP) photos of the band alone, playing their instruments in some live setting: the lead singer Cal looks like he is screaming his freakin' lungs right out of his body. Also, the lyric sheet. Get a load of these profound poetic phrases: "Britain among others deal in death when selling arms to developing countries / to developing countries they sell death / where there is urgent need for medical programmes". And that's the whole song. No, really. I mean, why ramble on, get your point across and move on to the next one. I wish I could have sat around and watched these guys practice in their prime, I bet they would run through about 150 songs in an hour. Simply put, this album is loaded with extra tracks, has the lyrics, photos, supposedly it's remastered (not that it matters, it still sounds like a freight train of at least thirty overdubbed guitars playing the same riff). I seriously cannot think of one album in any genre of music that this couldn't obliterate with one song. What more could you possibly ask for? Buy it.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Ultra Magnus on December 25, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Discharge's HEAR NOTHING SEE NOTHIG SAY NOTHING was my first punk/hardcore album and absolutly loved it. It was so differant to what i listened to before but it made me want to learn more about this kind of music. It is so brutal that words can't describe it, all you have to do is listen and hear the anger from these chaps and be consumed by their wall of sound.Probably the most angry album i'v listened to in my life.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By JUAN MARTIN GABASTOU on October 26, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is a classic masterpiece of the genre and hardly needs any reviewieng at all.But since this is a REMASTERED edition with bonus tracks added,let's concentrate on those aspects.Having until recently owned the first cd edition,I can tell you it lacked lower and upper ends of the spectum,meaning weak drums and no cymbals to boot.The remaster has tons of thundering drumming and ear-slicing upper treble,adding to overall clarity and loudness.The 10 bonus tracks are not random but are several singles immediately following the Lp recording.The jewelbox is encased in a carboard slipcase replicating the lp artwork.Liner notes are very complete.What else could you ask for ???!!!!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Rocky Harkins on June 23, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I can't believe nobody has reviewed this cd yet! This is true hardcore/punk analog nuclear devastation! This time period gives you the true feeling of 80's hardcore where you raised your fist in the air and spiked your hair up high(so you wouldn't look like a hippy or a business yuppie) and stomped on anybody in your way with your boots! This destroys all 90's millenium prettyboy, tight shirt, low rise blue-jean wearing trendy hardcore kidz. This is crust-core alcohol fueled violence! What separated this from your anverage 3 chord punk songs was the unpredictable, wild, leads all over the place and the chaotic feedback. Anthrax even named one of their songs after them on "Persistence of time". Anthrax even covered one of their songs on "Attack of the killer B's". Scott Ian sang on that one and played the lead. In the 80's they ruled the hardcore scene along with the Exploited. Everyone had either a DISCHARGE or EXPLOITED patch on the back of their denim jacket. You can't get more drunken power than Discharge! Politically, charged, and full of hate! This ain't no Nu-metal, image, corporate, clean production, business men of the millenium. It is outdated poverty punk at the core! This is the beginning of all blistering hooks. Harsh and antisocial maybe why they never got trendy. Al Jourgenson adopted their drummer on earlier live shows. Broken bones was formed by the guitar player by I don't even remember his name. I'm am drunk with power. u can't get more punk than that. Being Amazon I know someone will tell me the member of Broken Bones!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By R. F. Mojica on December 31, 2007
Format: Audio CD
I had this album on vinyl way back when. It's about 25 years old now, and you'd never know by listening to it. It sounds like it coulda been made yesterday.

Which maybe is the point. When I first heard Discharge, I knew Rock n' Roll music was finished. It had nowhere left to go.

When rock n' Roll started back in the 50s, it was pretty simple, rudimentary music. In the 60s, a lot of bands, especially the Beatles and their many imitators, tried to fancy it up and make it more technically and musically advanced. They might have suceeded in doing so, but, to my personal taste, I don't know if this improved the music any. Rock n' Roll is supposed to be basic and fancying it up, making it more "classical" or more "technical", defeats its very purpose. While the Beatles and a handful of others might have had the talent to pull it off, the "progress" of rock n' roll mostly led to real garbage like the Doors, Styx, ELP, ELO, Chicago, and every other really crummy rock group to come out in the late 60s and early 70s, and also the many other imitators that followed after.

Punk Rock was a reaction to this, and the course of Rock history has been the deconstruction of the music ever since. When I heard Discharge, I knew rock n' roll couldn't be deconstructed any further.

This album was basically noise with no real music whatsoever. It consisted of just two thing: fantastically loud and raw 3 or 4 note guitar riffs and a vocalist screaming at the top of his voice about world destruction and nuclear annihilation.

And that's what made it so great!!!!

Everything that has come after, all the thrash and grind and death metal has tried to deconstruct the music further, but it couldn't be done.
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