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1. Don't Hide It Prove It
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3. Fin
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5. Hauss-On-Fah
6. Fratricide Pastorale
7. The Dipsomaniac Kiss
8. Barbedwire Tumbleweed
9. Chingada!
10. A Prayer For My Death

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Needed more focus 1 Jun 2012
By J. D. Gray - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is more like a precursor to Steroid Maximus. Too much instrumental going on, Hell this is the album he decided that very thing and made the decision for Maximus to be born. The music is Closer to Wiseblood than anything else as far as the actual songs (with lyrics go) Still an easy 8/10. The instrumentals are very well done and put in at the perfect moments. I'm really here to tell you how much more improved the Remaster is while still retaining the original analogue sound, yes there's still some buzzing and distortion, you can really tell at the end of barbedwire, but it's all crisp and not overly digitized. If you can find it grab it because it's well worth it, even though it's a short one (under 40mins)
Whoa!!! 21 Jun 2011
By Santagiuliana Daniele - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
"Thaw" show a clear escalation of how Foetus' neurosis and nerves were tending as violin's chords... the programming, the voice, the noise, became more and more convulse from "Hole" to "Nail" reaching with "Thaw" a pic that has really some powernoise in some of his tracks... and he's screaming as a madman out of control, he doesn't care about finishing a song, if he started to rant and scream, this is the way the song implode to the roots leaving nothing but him, standing still and screaming as the rabid dog in the cover.

Wonderful, but surely more extreme than his previous efforts.
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foetus fury melts away serenity! 27 Feb 2008
By S. Smith - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
i like foetus because j.g. thirlwell is an incredible innovator and a damn fine composer. this album is like a meteor slamming into a calm blue pond. if that idea excites you, then spend some of your hard earned money and find out what foetus is all about! this album is INSANE. i really like it!
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