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  • Audio CD (September 22, 1992)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Metal Blade
  • ASIN: B000001C5S
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (146 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,403 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Hammer Smashed Face
2. I Cum Blood
3. Addicted To Vaginal Skin
4. Split Wide Open
5. Necropedophile
6. The Cryptic Stench
7. Entrails Ripped Fom A Virgin`s Cunt
8. Post Mortal Ejaculation
9. Beyond The Cemetary

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Cannibal Corpse Rules!
Jeremy Brackeen
I think too much has been made (actually very little) out of this group's album covers, song titles, lyrics, etc. (which was probably the intention, duh!).
B-MAN
They just play what they like and enjoy what they do, and that is making music.
Peter Azello

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58 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Joe on January 14, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Sigh, why must the ignorant constantly prey upon this band? I'm so sick of seeing reviews that say things like "This is noise", "These guys can't play their instruments", and worse yet, "Go listen to Limp Bikzit, to hear what real talent sounds like". Look, anyone who really knows anything about music will tell you that these guys are very skilled musicians, and this is anything but noise. Bands like Limp Bizkit play basic, simple stuff that any musician could play. Cannibal Corpse makes very complex song structures that would give Wes Borland an aneurism. As a musician, I know what "talent" is, and I know that this is very far from simple music. Bob and Jack are amazing guitarists, and Paul is a drum god. Chris Barnes is one of the greatest death vocalists out there, plain and simple. Death vocals take a lot of skill to execute, and I seriously doubt that Fred Durst could ever make such amazing sounds. Oh, and to those who complain about not being able to understand the vocals. That's not the point anyway. In death metal, vocals are meant to be another instrument. The lyrics are not even important. And besides, isn't complaining about the vocals AND the lyrics a bit contradictory? You hate the lyrics, and yet you complain about not being able to understand them. What sense does that make?
Anyway, this is a classic death album, from start to finish. From "Hammer Smashed Face" to "Beyond the Cemetary", it never misses a step. If you don't like this band, then just leave them alone, and stop bombarding them with false allegations.
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By B-MAN on October 20, 2002
Format: Audio CD
On the uncensored version of "Tomb", the image on the twisted and some may say "sick and disgusting" album cover has a cleverly placed "Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics" label right next to it. Think about it, have you seen the original cover of this album? Is the "parental advisory" really necessary? I just thought this was funny. Anyway Cannibal Corpse's third album is comprised of nine tracks which speed by in a blur of growls, riffs, and maniacal drumming and in 35 minutes it's over. Cannibal Corpse are known for outrageously disgusting album covers and lyrics, but just listening to the music you wouldn't know it. Vocalist/lyricist Chris Barnes has taken sounding like a monster to another level where you can't decipher words from his gutteral growls. It's actually clever because the censored version of "Tomb" sounds the exact same as the original! None of those stupid editing sounds! Thanks Chris! The way I heard about Cannibal Corpse was through the Jim Carrey film, "Ace Ventura", where they are seen for a few seconds in a night club performing "Hammer Smashed Face". I thought this part was funny and I thought the band sounded amazing so I went to seek out the band and the album with that song on it - and here we are! Cannibal Corpse would only make one more album with Chris Barnes, The Bleeding, which many fans feel is the peak of their work, but I would recommend "Tomb" as the introduction album because I think the riffs are cooler and it is before Barnes' vocals became close to decipherable. Not that hearing what he's saying is a horrible thing (wait, yeah it is, that's the point!) but, like I said before, his growl is something that has to be heard to be believed.Read more ›
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Peter Azello on June 20, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Wow. Never would I think that the Cannibal Corpse review pages would be infested by total idiots. You people sicken me. You write a negative review for every Cannibal Corpse record, complaining about how gross, vile, and disgusting it is. You, obviously, have no life, because Cannibal Corpse is happy that you hate them, and are probably laughing at all of you right now. If you want a review for this particular album, then skip a few paragraphs down. But, for the kiddies who bash Cannibal Corpse, don't skip anything. Because you obviously need schooling on death metal, because even though you think you know the sub-genre, you don't. Bands like Metallica and Iron Maiden are not death metal. And I am going to settle this now. Cannibal Corpse isn't the most talented band in death metal, but they deserve a lot more respect then they get. Also, they never claimed to being the best death metal band ever. They just play what they like and enjoy what they do, and that is making music.

These guys do not mean what they say. If you went around doing the stuff that Cannibal Corpse describes in their music, they would be arrested. These guys don't have serious criminal tracts. So, if they aren't doing the stuff they describe in their songs, then it is obviously made-up. Death metal is not about the lyrics. It's about the music. The vocals and lyrics are just there to add shock value, which Corpse is great at, because we got idiots reviewing the album who think this is real. Shock value has been used for awhile now, yet Cannibal Corpse has perfected it by being the first to implement the most wrong things ever to tape.
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