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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: B0000245BF
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 145,695 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2. If the Truth Be Known
3. Inner Incineration
4. Malicious Intent
5. Unfit Earth
6. Circle of Hypocrisy
7. The Chains That Bind Us
8. Mind Snare
9. Extremity Retained
10. Suffer the Children
11. Hiding Behind

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kingcrimsonprog TOP 500 REVIEWER on 19 Sept. 2011
Format: Audio CD
1990's Harmony Corruption was Napalm Death's third full length studio album and was a record that herladed a lot of changes for the band. It was their first album to feature two guitarists rather than one, in the form of Mitch Harris and Jesse Pintado (allegedly originator of the term "grindcore," although so are many people) as well as the first album to feature Vocals from Mark `Barney' Greenway.

In addition to the change in line-up that, with the exception of drummer Mick Harris leaving (and Jesse Pintado tragically dying) remained constant on every Napalm Death album ever since, the band also saw a significant shift in musical direction, allowing more slow tempo grooves into the mix and relying less constantly on Blast Beats.

When compared to the band's first two albums, the lyrics are a lot more developed and intelligent, the song lengths are markedly longer and the music within had taken on a large influence from the Death Metal scene at the time. The production is also a lot better as Napalm Death recorded the album in Florida at Morrisound Studios with Scott Burns, who as many listeners will know is associated with many important and genre defining records all with a connected production style.

If anyone was still in doubt of the band's Death Metal leanings, John Tardy of Obituary and Glen Benton of Deicide even provide guest vocals on the record, further associating Harmony Corruption with the American Death Metal scene of the era.
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Format: Audio CD
This is one of my favourite ND albums. This marks as the first record featuring Barney Greenway on vocals who has become one of the main members of the band to this day, and thus began the legacy from ND. This is where I feel ND picked up although their previous was also brilliant.

My favourite songs are Unfit Earth, Circle of Hypocrisy, Suffer the Children and If the Truth be Known. These songs I feel really stand out.

The only thing I wished was better about the CD is the quality. Although the sound quality kind of adds to the rough feel it could have done with a re-master and its volume louder but combating that it gives it that gruff edge that older grindcore is all about. Their lyrics are political and dealing with the system and problems of the world, an always meaningful theme from the band.

This album is a staple in grindcore and the extremely heavy riffs and vocals will make fans of the awful pop music of today crumble in dismay and terror. Napalm Death are one of the best metal bands in history and this album is a must have. Raw and brutal and a fist to the problems the earth faces. Just the music we need in today's world.
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Format: Audio CD
For me, there are three Napalm Death eras - the punk gring of Scum and FETO, the death metal period and then the return to fast grind on Enemy Of The Music Business.
The middle one is my least favourite. Hence, until receiving this recently, I didn't own any of the CDs from this period.
But I was curious as to how this album would sound. And, to be honest, it is a pure death metal album.
The first Napalm album to feature Barney on vocals, the lyrics are as strong as ever, and Mitch Harris excels on his last recording with the band, but I miss the grind.
The vocals, the guitar sound, even the band photo all point to death metal -and, to be fair, it is a great death metal album - but I prefer the speed (which only comes from the drums here) of Enemy and FETO.
It does feature Suffer The children - still part of the band's live set today and Deicide and Obituary's vocalist both guest on here - and, I have to say, the sound is very Obituary in general really.
Napalm have always attracted a wide range of fans - punks, metallers and indie kids - this one is definately for the metallers.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jane Aland VINE VOICE on 5 Jun. 2005
Format: Audio CD
Napalm Death's 3rd album Harmony Corruption remains a controversial album amongst the bands fans, as it represents a huge change in musical styles from the bands previous two albums. For the second time in their relatively short career this album marks an almost complete change in band personnel, with only drummer Mick Harris (now the only remaining member who actually played on Napalm's first album Scum) and bassist Shane Embury remaining, while out go vocalist Lee Dorian (who would go on to form Cathedral) and guitarist Bill Steer (who would go on to further success with Carcass) and in come new vocalist Barney Greenway and guitarists Jesse Pintado and Mitch Harris.
While the first huge line-up change in Napalm Death ranks saw the band continuing on the same grindcore path for 2nd album From Enslavement To Obliteration, here the group change in musical direction from grindcore to death metal, at times sounding like a completely different band. Where previous Napalm Death songs were dominated by Mick Harris blastbeats, here they make room for metallic riffs and slower groove sections, and where once Napalm's songs tended to last for barely one minute, now they tend to last for five. This was of course just a natural progression for the band, with more complex and intricate musical ideas starting to take the place of their early primitive grindcore sound, but coupled with the Scott Burns production at the death metal Mecca of Morrisound, the band were accused of selling out and jumping on the then highly trendy death metal bandwagon.
All such arguments about bandwagon-jumping are irrelevant however, when compared to the sheer quality of Harmony Corruption, which must rank as one of the best death metal albums ever recorded.
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