Body Count - Born Dead

7.7 | 38 votes |
Release date: September 1994
Style: Crossover thrash metal


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6 want it

01. Body M/F Count
02. Masters Of Revenge
03. Killin' Floor
04. Necessary Evil
05. Drive By
06. Last Breath
07. Hey Joe [The Leaves cover]
08. Shallow Graves
09. Surviving The Game
10. Who Are You
11. Street Lobotomy
12. Born Dead

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Body Count tend to be overshadowed by two things: the fact that legendary rapper Ice-T fronts them, and the bitter controversy over their 1992 single "Cop Killer." Of course it's not every day you see a pioneer of one genre drastically change speed (and be good at it), and Ice-T has a definite concern for social and political issues that permeates his lyrical content - but, as they learned in the fiasco surrounding their debut, this makes it difficult for people to judge a band like Body Count on its musical merits.

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23.01.2015 - 18:20
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Tage Westerlund
Who wrote Hey Joe song? Hendrix made it popular but use [c: Jimi Hendrix] wont be proper, so who is real autor+
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Stormtroopers of Death - ''Speak English or Die''

I better die, because I never will learn speek english, so I choose dieing
03.03.2015 - 13:32
Rating: 8
Tomas Piller
Written by Bad English on 23.01.2015 at 18:20

Who wrote Hey Joe song? Hendrix made it popular but use [c: Jimi Hendrix] wont be proper, so who is real autor+

There's a whole paragraph about authorship of the song on Wkipedia, so the answer won't probably get any better. Boring reading anyway.
15.12.2015 - 14:39
Rating: 7
Jope of Steele
IMO some of the best BC songs are on this album: "Necessary Evil", "Last Breath" and "Born Dead".
Freedom is a state of mind-not freedom from something but a sense of freedom, a freedom to doubt and question all and therefore so intense, active and vigorous that it throws away every form of dependence, slavery, conformity and acceptance-J Krishnamurti
30.03.2017 - 08:39
Rating: 8
Burning inside
Don't know why but I'm really digging this album.

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