Carcass - Wake Up And Smell The... Carcass [Compilation]

8.2 | 57 votes |
Release date: 12 November 1996
Style: Melodic death metal


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01. Edge Of Darkness
02. Emotional Flatline
03. Ever Increasing Circles
04. Blood Spattered Banner
05. I Told You So (Corporate Rock Really Does Suck)
06. Buried Dreams [live]
07. No Love Lost [live]
08. Rot 'n' Roll [live]
09. Edge Of Darkness [live]
10. This Is Your Life
11. Rot 'n' Roll
12. Tools Of The Trade
13. Pyosisified (Still Rotten To The Gore)
14. Hepatic Tissue Fermentation II
15. Genital Grinder II
16. Hepatic Tissue Fermentation
17. Exhume To Consume

Additional info
Executive production by Digby Pearson
Compilation compiled by Mitch Dickinson & Jeff Walker
Mastered by Noel Summerville at Transfermation
Art direction, design & digital image manipulation by Antz White
Sleeve notes by Dan Tobin

Tracks 1-5 (unreleased tracks from 'Swansong' sessions)
Produced by Colin Richardson, February-April 1995
Engineered by Stephen Harris
Assistants: Nick Brine, Barney Herbert and Jim Brumby

Tracks 6-9 (taken from a Radio 1 Rock Show session)
Produced by Tony Wilson for the BBC, October 1994
Engineered by Ted le Bono
Date of first transmission, 6 November 1994

Tracks 10-11 (taken from the 'Heartwork' EP)
Produced by Carcass, September 1993
Mixed by Colin Richardson
Engineered by Ken Nelson
Assistant: Andrea Wright

Tracks 12-14 (taken from the 'Tools of the Trade' EP)
Produced by Colin Richardson, July-November 1991
Engineered by Keith Hartley
Assistant: Ian "Skinny" McFarlane

Tracks 15-16 (taken from the 'Pathological' compilation)
Produced by Carcass, August 1989
Engineered by Keith Hartley

Track 17 (taken from the 'Grindcrusher' compilation)
Produced by Carcass, February 1989
Engineered by Keith Andrews

Limited to 10,000 copies.

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22.01.2010 - 13:20
An overall awesome album, both lyric-wise and music-wise.
The best: Emotional Flatline & No Love Lost.
You who will come to the surface
From the flood that's overwhelmed us and drowned us all
Must think, when you speak of our weakness in times of darkness
That you've not had to face

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