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Harmony Corruption Import

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (January 13, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Earache Records
  • ASIN: B0000245BF
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #615,142 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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This is the most intense slab of metal to hit the streets since Slayer's "Reign in Blood". A mandatory for any metal fan. If this is the only album you buy this decade, you won't be sorry! This is the only album I know of that can go from killer groove to sonic meltdown and back before the listener can reattach the missing limbs due to uncontrolable moshing frenzy! A must for anybody into thrash/death/black/power/etc. metal. I totally recommend this for all.
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There is no Full Dynamic Range Edition of Harmony Corruption. You can verify this by checking Earache's bandcamp page, where all of their FDR reissues are listed. This listing needs to be changed as it is an outright deception.
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While this album doesn't qualify as state-of-the-art Grindcore as Scum and From Enslavement to Obliteration did, Harmony Corruption serves as a must-have for every old school metalhead. Think Morbid Angel with blastbeats and Barney Greenway in place of David Vincent. This is what you get for Harmony Corruption. The song structures on this album are lengthier and there is much more variation in tempo changes than the first two. Even Jesse Pintado and Mitch Harris trade off a few solos on some occasions, which is quite rare on a Napalm Death album. And Barney Greenway has one of the deepest, most guttural and ferocious male vocals ever. His vocals are strong and powerful enough to give "Corpsegrinder" Fisher a run for his money. And that is what the big highlight of Harmony Corruption is: improved song structures and the most consistent lineup change with the addition of Barney Greenway.

My only complaint of this record is the sound quality is a bit muddy and grainy in places. The opening of "Vision Conquest" is a fine example, sometimes it sounds like I'm listening to a tape recorder.

But nonetheless, Harmony Corruption is an essential classic Napalm Death album that you should go out and buy right now. You won't be disappointed. This deserves a solid four stars.
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This album is probably the crowning jewel of this legendary grind band.The music is extremely heavy and the drumming is some of the best that I have ever heard on an album.Barney greenway's vocals are at their peak here and the guitar work is excellent.If you are a fan of this band then you must own this one in your collection.METAL RULES!!!
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this edition is the remaster. Its AAD or ADD source. It's the digipack one (remastered). You cannot remaster ( loudness war ) a AAD/ADD source album. If you do, it will end up with an horrible sounding album. you can buy the non-remaster one at the earache official website, there is one cd for that one. beware of the others.
Edited 1 year later: I thought it was only concerning aad or add albums. Nope folks. Remastered DDD albums are almost as worst.
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By A Customer on July 15, 2000
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Still one of the finest Death Metal albums ever. Fast, brutal, busy drumming, guitars tuned nice and low, and those deep growling vocals we all love so much. I especially like the tunes written by hook-master bass player Embury. I've always prefered brutal intensity over a contrived "dark" sound.
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A decade the after original act, primitive grindcore gods Napalm Death pulled a Black Sabbath. The band lost their original vocalist, Lee Dorrian, in 1989 due to him joining doom metallists Cathedral. But like their English brethren in B.S., the group rebounded only a year later with a new frontman, new studio album, newfound revitalized energy, and more-or-less a new sound, too (!). "Harmony Corruption," N.D.'s third full-length record, is -- like "Heaven and Hell" -- the band's first experimental one. Of course, this does not mean that it fuses-in power metal and/or progressive elements. What it does mean is just that it is a much more mature, dynamic, well-rounded, realized, and timeless sound. The songs are no longer just a few-seconds long or blasts of white noise with a blur of instruments and squalling hardcore vocals. Instead, they have a much stronger death metal influence this time around, making them more epic, and yes, even a hair more melodic. In addition, it is not an uncommon occurrence for them to be fairly expansive and somewhat catchy. So, in a nutshell: For this effort, Napalm Death clearly number of tunes presented here may be about half as before, but since they favor quality over quantity, fans definitely still get their money's worth.

The songs also do not emphasize speed -- well, that might be an overstatement, because this is Napalm friggin' Death we're talking about, after all (!). So, a more apt description would be that they at least don't max-out the speed factor quite as much. There are a handful of relatively restrained tempos tucked into the mix, and only a few moments on "Harmony Corruption" broach that heard on, say, the band's debut, 1987's "Scum", or the following year's "From Enslavement To Obliteration.
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By A Customer on January 31, 1999
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Perfectly executed Grind-Death metal, a bit overproduced but very good songs. Barney is at his best, while ex-Terrorizer J. Pintado, and Ex-Rightous Pigs M. Harris provide a wall of guitar madness....very pleasing indeed. While it doesn't have the agressive signature of songs like 'Rise above' or 'Mentally Murdered' it still can intimidate with songs like: Mind Snare, Suffer the Children and Malicious Intent. Classic death metal album.
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