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Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing CD


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  • Audio CD (24 Nov. 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Sanctuary
  • ASIN: B000089APF
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 27,072 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing
2. The Nightmare Continues
3. Final Blood Bath
4. Protest And Survive
5. I Won't Suscribe
6. Drunk With Power
7. Meanwhile
8. A Hell On Earth
9. Cries For Help
10. The Possibility Of Life's Destruction
11. Q:And Children A:And Children
12. The Blood Runs Red
13. Free Speech For The Dumb
14. The End
15. Never Again (Bonus Track)
16. Death Dealers (Bonus Track)
17. Two Monstrous Nuclear Stockpiles (Bonus Track)
18. State Violence State Control (Bonus Track)
19. Dooms Day (Bonus Track)
20. Warning (Bonus Track)
See all 23 tracks on this disc

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Martyn VINE VOICE on 6 July 2006
Format: Audio CD
As other reviewers state, this album rises above its genre to a new level of brilliance that frankly cannot be described as anything but an art form.

The brilliance of the playing, with short sharp riffs, pinpoint timing and powering drumming and bass are the ultimate in controlled musical energy, whilst Cal barks his points across with the kind of controlled rage that tells you he means every word.

The lyrics, short, sharp and to the point, seem to be taken from headlines we see today, almost word-for-word: "millions living in poverty, dying of disease / world military expenditure increases"

This isn't about noise for its own sake, or angry adolescents leaping about, any more than it's about studded leather jackets or mohicans - it's about the anger everyone feels about the way things are run in this world of ours.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 30 Mar. 2003
Format: Audio CD
As relevant today as it was twenty years ago, Discharge's brutal aural assault has influenced almost everyone who plays extreme music. Their touched-by-genius song structures saw them stand head and shoulders above their punk peers, whilst sharply metallic edge looked beyond the confines of the scene they were a part of. Music to make the hairs on the back of your neck stand up. Peerless. An essential buy, particularly in this reissued format with so many bonus tracks. N.B. these releases of HNSNSN and Why? contain almost everything on Never Again, so don't buy the same tracks twice...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By F.Dawson on 10 April 2009
Format: Audio CD
Discharge are the minor threat/bad brains of england.where minor threat started the straight edge scene,discharge gave us the uk hardcore scene. no other british band have come close really,the FIGHT BACK ep was just something else...hardcore punk.the album is awesome as well... the final bloodbath being my fave discharge track ever.then when they sat pretty on top of the hardcore ladder...they decided to change..ooohhh dear what a mistake...they toured the states and opened with the new single THE PRICE OF SILENCE...they got thrown off basically...if it aint broken,dont try to fix it...they went from top to gutter in no time.if they never released anything after STATE VIOLENCE...they would have been biggest punk band ever.
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Format: Audio CD
Want some real, explosive, politically charged Punk Rock, that flails its limbs around, never standing still and with a potent Metal edge that tears into your battered body? Well if you do `Hear Nothing...' from the mighty Discharge is the album for you because it is a fiery ball of pure rage and intelligence. It's like Napalm Death's `Scum' album dosed up on punkthetamine, or something like that.

This album touches the soul on a social level, for all the pain it reflects from our uncaring society it still seeks to touch our ability to empathise and to strive towards some better structure for living, even if the structure needed is improbable or even impossible, highlighted in the harrowing sound bite of the track `Cries For Help' which is supposed to sound like one of those old museum tapes, heard within the context of the album it really is quite disconcerting.

`Hear Nothing...' crashes past at near lightning speed and you come away from your first listen without really having any clue as to what happened of course this is rectified by the constant play it gets after that and listen after listen the album reveals just a little bit more to drag you in even further. Top stuff.

Track List:
Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing
The Nightmare Continues
The Final Bloodbath
Protest and Survive
I Won't Subscribe
Drunk with Power
Meanwhile
A Hell on Earth
Cries of Help
The Possibility of Life's destruction
Q: And Children A: And Children
The Blood Runs Red
Free Speech for the Dumb
The End

Bonus Tracks:
Never Again
Death Dealers
Two Monstrous Nuclear Stockpiles
State Violence State Control
Dooms Day
Warning
Where there is a Will There is a Way
In Defence of our Future
Anger Burning
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D. L. Wilkinson on 15 Sept. 2008
Format: Audio CD
Even 26 years later Discharge still sound like the ultimate punk band here.They somehow captured an intense fury so perfectly,like other reviews say,it takes it into a different realm from 'punk' and becomes like an aural sculpture of distilled rage and noise.Death metal,black metal,grindcore,thrash metal and of course crust punk all owe a huge debt,to Discharge and still struggle to match them on this album.Of course Discharge did slip up on other occasions but for this album they deserve respect.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D. Reynolds on 30 Jan. 2009
Format: Audio CD
If you don't like this album you don't like Punk.
Another reissue with some fairly dodgy extra tracks (the last 4) and the last 2 classic singles. It's the first 14 tracks that set the standard though, these are what made up the 'Hear Nothing...' album and defined Punk for thousands thereafter. Noise not music!
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Format: Audio CD
Where thrash 'Anarcho' punk began. Whilst Crass had the lyrics and The Damned had the melodies Discharge set out on a different path all together. Fast, distorted and angry.

An incredibly unique sound at the time and quite intimidating,copied by hundreds and influenced thousands (No Discharge? No Metallica)

Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing in vinyl format is an album everyone must hear

Raw and simplistic and simply brilliant
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