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  • Audio CD (November 19, 1993)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Dischord
  • ASIN: B000000JPJ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #160,564 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. It's Time
2. Face to Face
3. Trapped
4. In Control
5. Another Victim
6. What's Wrong with Me?
7. What Do You Think
8. Confusion
9. You're X'D
10. Nightmare
11. Don't Tell Me
12. In the Black
13. Who Are You?
14. Time to Die
15. Condensed Flesh
16. Ignorant People
17. Change Places
18. Ask Them Why
19. Organized Sports
20. My Rules
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Void is many people's favorite band regardless of genre.
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Void is the rare hardcore band that actually sounds like an authentic expression of individuality and alienation.
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The Faith/Void Split is arguably the best record I have ever owned.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 3, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I just want to talk about V.O.I.D. (actually, I'll talk about the Faith below). No, I never saw them perform, nor have I met anyone in the band. But I am an experienced guitar player who has owned this release since I tried to buy the Teen Idles first 7 inch, but was sent the Faith/V.O.I.D. release instead (they were out of the Teen Idles!). How very fortunate for me!
The more I listen to V.O.I.D., the more I realize that these four musicians not only touched brilliance, they were steeped in it. V.O.I.D. embodies the abandon and understanding of the true power of various barre chords played through an amp at the breaking point of crackling distortion overload. They eschewed the (so very cool) buzz tone chainsaw guitar sound that many of the D.C bands craved for one of more pure molten abandon. In fact, Bubba Dupree, their guitarist, had the gain/distortion set so high into the stratosphere that any time he stopped playing and paused, the guitar fed back like a screaming banshee. No other band, except for perhaps Flipper or Black Flag, has ever harvested such out of control guitar tones and transformed them into such pure musical power.
The coolest thing about Bubba Dupree's tone was that it was at once simple and direct, yet unconventional. He saturated his driving distortion with heavy flanging without detracting from the guitar's attack and roar. He just played his amps flat out, and wrung out guitar tones that are two inches from your eyeballs.
I love this V.O.I.D. release because it really shows you that its not only 'talent' that creates masterpieces of this purity, but it is the harnessing and unleashing of the VISION that propelled them at the moments they wrote this material and recorded the songs.
I wish I had seen this band live at some point.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ernesto Catalan Valdez on May 28, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I heard this back in the day...FAITH were your standard, DC hardcore band: fast, loud but melodic. If FAITH existed today they would probably sound very close to something like PENNYWISE. But this was FAITH's undoing: sounding too good, too clean, too proper. Don't get me wrong; FAITH were a very good hardcore band...it just didn't move me as much as VOID, the band who shares this CD with FAITH. VOID, like other reviewers have said, were pure, unbridled chaos, that differed drastically with FAITH's "correctly produced" sound. The singer sounded like he was REALLY pissed off, ripping his vocal chords in such a vicious way that reminded me of Ian Mac Kaye (Minor Threat) or Bob Mould (Hüsker Dü) and the guitar mayhem of Bubba Dupree sounded like some very twisted version of grunge rock played 10 times faster. What I'm trying to say here is that the sound that VOID offer, despite being "less" clean than FAITH's, really caught my ear and my heart and to this day, if I were to purchase this album again, it would be solely because of VOID. If you like chaotic hardcore from the 80's, you'll do no wrong in checking out this FAITH/VOID CD. Play it Loud!!!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By FVK Member on November 21, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Faith's main problem is that they were paired with Void on this split and simply because of Void's sheer intensity they were wrongfully overshadowed.
I've always been completely bowled over by all that Void managed to capture on this recording. It's completely nuts. I imagine that this is the most genuinely enraged music I have ever heard in my life.

Now Faith, on the other hand, embody all the right elements that a good hardcore band should; short, fast, to the point, nothing left to be mistaken as artiness and plenty of genuine anger.

Do yourself a favor and listen to The Faith without listening to Void and you'll know what I mean.
And then, after you've had a really rotten day, turn on the void side.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 1, 1999
Format: Audio CD
This 1982 Dischord split includes the legendary Void who could be blamed for spawning bands such as Universal Order of Armegeddon,Antioch Arrow, & VEKh. Studio tricks & complex riffs 10 years before it would be exceptable to "punk" bands. The members of Void did not go on to do anything else to speak of but they left only this Split release & "Condensed Flesh" a demo recorded about a year before & includes different versions of some of the same songs. They had a sound completly of their own & at the time sounded no where near anything going on on either coast. Faith includes Dischord founder Ian MacKaye's brother Alec MacKaye(Untouchables, Ignition , Warmers) along with Guitarist Michael Hampton who played in Henry Rollins' (Henry Garfield) first band State of Alert. This includes thier side of the split along with their album "Subject To Change". One of the most important D.C. releases, one of the most important releases in this era. *also see "Year in 7 inches" (comprised of first 7 inch releases by Dischord). Includes Teen Idles,State of Aler,Minor Threat,Government Issue, & Youth Brigade.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By godhatesacoward on April 27, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Void are probably the best band to come out of the DC hardcore circuit (YES, even better than Fugazi, Minor Threat, Bad Brains, Youth Brigade, Scream, etc.). They top almost every other band on the planet in terms of passion and chaos. They harness the power of screaming vocals and deafening feedback better than almost anybody, accept maybe Black Flag. Legend has it that they never finished a show, all their performances just descended into chaos and had to be aborted half-way through. Anybody who's heard this album can believe that, every one of their songs is an exercise in (barely) controlled chaos and aggression.
Unfortunately, the majority of the tracks on this cd are from The Faith, a great band in their own right, but nowhere near as intense or creative as VOID. They contribute a few excellent songs, but on the whole, this album peaks in the middle with all the Void tracks.
I'd give the Void -section of this album an easy 5*'s, while The Faith get 4*'s. This is definitely a must-have record for any fan of hardcore, and it ranks up there with Minor Threat's "Complete Discography", Black Flag's "Damaged" and "Everything Went Black" and the Stooges' "Raw Power" as one of the most essential punk records of all time. One of the highlights of the entire Dischord catalogue. Stop reading these reviews and ORDER THIS ALBUM NOW
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