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  • Vinyl
  • Label: Organized Crime
  • ASIN: B00957APZE
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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A1 Those Who Fear Tomorrow A2 Judgement Day A3 Harder They Fall A4 Wings Tear A5 Dawn Of A New Apocalypse B1 In Contrast Of Sin B2 Rebirth B3 Die Hard B4 Lundgren/Crucifixion B5 Live It Down

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By OCTONA! on April 15, 2006
Format: Audio CD
This joint is a live documentation (both audio and video) of metallic-hardcore pioneers Integrity (with the original lineup) from their infamous 1992 show at Peabody's (Clevo) where, allegedly, a dude got stabbed, and, allegedly, Dwid (Integrity vocalist) shot someone. Haha, to me, that's reason enough for owning it!

The tracklist is as follows:

Those Who Fear Tomorrow (Micha)

Judgement Day

Harder They Fall

Wings Tear

Dawn of a New Apocalypse

In Contrast of Sin

Rebirth

Die Hard

Lundgren Crucifixion

Live it Down

The audio is surprisingly clean with minor noise, which is rare for a live record, especially one this old. The quality of video is probably what you'd expect to come from 1992; grainy, limited color, shaky, etc... yet it's not entirely unwatchable. The lack of a professional production adds to the rawness of the show/era making it even more enjoyable to watch. Plus, it was shot from 2 cameras, so you get to see just about everything that happened at the show, including Dwid(?) firing a gun in the streets. Between songs, there's all sorts of enjoyable Dwid-talk, so expect to get a few laughs too.

Definitely essential material for any dedicated fan of hardcore!
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