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27 years of grindcore ultra-violence, 27 years of being one of the hardest working, hardest touring bands on this miserable planet, NAPALM DEATH’s conviction, energy and belief in spontaneoust, outspoken yet extreme music is far from being watered down. “Time Waits For No Slave”, the band’s 13th studio album (excluding the cover album “Leaders Not Followers ... Read more in Amazon's Napalm Death Store

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  • Audio CD (2 July 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B000024881
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 209,869 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Mass Appeal Madness
2. Pride Assassin
3. Unchallenged Hate
4. Social Sterility
5. Suffer the Children
6. Siege of Power
7. Harmony Corruption
8. Rise Above
9. The Missing Link
10. Mentally Murdered
11. Walls of Confinement
12. Cause and Effect
13. No Mental Effort
14. Multi National Corporations
15. Re-Address The Problem
16. Changing Colours
17. From the Ashes
18. Understanding
19. Stalemate

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jane Aland VINE VOICE on 9 Dec. 2005
Format: Audio CD
This compilation album collects 4 early Napalm Death E.P.’s onto CD (the other reviewer seems a little confused – all these tracks were previously issued separately, including the ‘4 newly recorded tracks’ (ie: the Mass Appeal Madness EP), so unlike some Earache compilations I wouldn’t rate this as a rip-off). Chronologically the album is back to front, but the earliest material here are the 6 tracks from Napalm’s split single flexi-disc with S.O.B: good stuff, but typically of the early Dorian/Steer/Embury/Harris line-up this is sheer speed orientated material that bludgeons the listener but doesn’t do much else. The 6 track Mentally Murdered EP (which had already been issued as hidden bonus tracks on Napalm’s Harmony Corruption album, but at least we get lyrics here) marks the end of Bill Steer and Lee Dorian’s involvement with the group, and is also the highlight of this line-up of the band, with the hyper-speed blasts now combined with some seriously infectious guitar riffs. Of the 3 track Suffer the Children EP the title track is slightly pointless, being lifted from the Harmony Corruption album, but the new version of Siege of Power is the definitive recording, and the instrumental track is interesting for highlighting Mick Harris’s early interest in the electronic music he would create in Scorn. Finally the 4 track Mass Appeal Madness marks the last occasion Mick Harris would drum for the band, and it’s a ferocious record – having got some stick for the death metal sound of Harmony Corruption this EP is for my money the best record Napalm ever released. Unless you’ve already got all these releases on vinyl (and even then, you’ll probably want them on CD) this is essential early Napalm.
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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "evilshrapnel" on 7 Sept. 2002
Format: Audio CD
The Napalm boys were criticised heavily for seemingly following the death metal trends of the early 90s by flying to Florida for their 'Harmony Corruption' album, so this grab bag of Napalm cuts was hastily released to silence the doubters.
'Death By Manipulation' is a sort of early Napalm 'Best Of', combined with about 4 newly recorded tracks, including the excellent 'Mass Appeal Madness'. Basically this seems like an attempt from Earache to squeeze some more cash from Napalm's fan base by making this and album long, rather than sticking out the new tracks as an EP, however you do get 'Suffer The Children' and a couple of other better tracks from Harmony but unfortunately Barney's involvement with the album finishes at around track 8, leaving the listener to once again endure/enjoy Lee Doridian's vocals on the early earthy 'Scum' and 'From Emptiness..' material on display. After a few more odds and ends, that's about it for the album but you DO get a really cool pic of Napalm bassist Shane Embury on the back cover.
If you're new to the world of early Napalm, get this and see what you think before shelling out on the older albums, and likewise the newer tracks are worth having. I personally don't much care for Doridian-era Napalm but some do...
One for completists or newbies only methinks. But not bad all the same...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
A brief history lesson in Napalm Death. 22 Aug. 1999
By dty@btinternet.com - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This CD is not an true "album" but contains all of Napalm's 12" singles, the songs and production vary from being very good to very poor, Mass Appeal Madness is worth the price alone, also Rise Above, Walls Of Confinement and No Mental Effort are true classics not to be missed.
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Manipulated By Napalm Death 23 April 2002
By Sean - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
So he we are with Napalm Death again. "Death By Manipulation" is really not an actual album, but more like a compilation or rare singles, EP's, and songs that were not used in their previous years. "Death By Manipulation" is a compilation of this material I have gathered, to the best of my knowledge:
- Mentally Murdered 6-song E.P. (also which was the last of the classic Bill Steer/Lee Dorian line-up)
- Mass Appeal Madness E.P. (Which contains 2 re-recorded songs from the "Scum" LP)
- Suffer The Children 12" (Which features an instrumental Coil-ish version of "Harmony Corruption" not found on the original album itself)
- This was also, sadly, the last few records with whirl-wind Grindcore drummer god Mick Harris.
All and all, this is a Napalm Death album and by that, it does not dissapoint. The thing that struck me was that this was more of a return to their Grindcore roots of their first 2 albums than the total Death Metal sound or "Harmony Corruption". Really great songs, especially "Mass Appeal Madness", "Suffer The Children", "Seige Of Power", and 'Mentally Murdered". The album cover is really killer looking as well. Great addition to any Grindcore, or Metalhead's collection.
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the grind gods on there best work yet 9 Jun. 2001
By EdIbLeCaNnIbAL-X - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
napalm death are back with "death by manipulation."it is quite a change from normal 52 second napalm death songs to 3 or 4 minute brilliant gems that deserve to be listened to.the chainsaw guitars, throbbing drums, piercing vocals, and back stabbing bass work together on this 3/4s album 1/4 live album that is beautifully sculpted to create an uproar of heavy as hell sounds and fast and furious beats.the sound quality goes from good to bad by song, creating a mix of the old sound and new sound of napalm death.
this album is for anyone who are fans of agoraphobic nosebleed, nasum, or extreme noise terror.the best songs are mass apeal madness and suffer the children.
By Augustine Garcia - Published on Amazon.com
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Grind Time 18 May 2000
By Grindking - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This record is essential to all grindcore fans. It represents the beging stages of the replacement members and also has tracks from the first generation. The Mass Appeal Madness tracks were the last with legendary drummer Mick Harris. See why they call him the human tornado. All will be chuffed when Napalm swarms from your speakers. Of all the ND cd's this is my favorite.
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