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  • Audio CD (27 July 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Format: Box set, Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Sanctuary
  • ASIN: B0002HUXZ8
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 165,890 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Realities of War
  2. They Declare It
  3. But After the Gig
  4. Society's Victims
  5. Fight Back
  6. War's No Fairytale
  7. Always Restrictions
  8. You Take Part in Creating the System
  9. Religion Instigates
  10. Decontrol
  11. It's No TV Sketch
  12. Tomorrow Belongs to Us
  13. Visions of War
  14. Does This System Work
  15. Look at Tomorrow
  16. Why
  17. Maimed and Slaughtered
  18. Mania for Conquest
  19. Ain't No Feeble Bastard
  20. Is This to Be
  21. Massacre of Innocence (Air Attack)
  22. Never Again
  23. Death Dealers
  24. Two Monstrous Nuclear Stockpiles
  25. State Violence State Control
  26. Doomsday
  27. Warning
  28. Where There Is a Will There Is a Way
  29. In Defence of Our Future
  30. The Price of Silence
  31. The More I See
  32. Ignorance

Disc: 2

  1. Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing
  2. The Nightmare Continues
  3. The Final Blood Bath
  4. Protest and Survive
  5. I Won't Subscribe
  6. Drunk With Power
  7. Meanwhile
  8. A Hell On Earth
  9. Cries of Help
  10. The Possibility of Life's Destruction
  11. The Blood Runs Red
  12. Free Speech for the Dumb
  13. Grave New World
  14. City of Fear
  15. Lost Tribe Rising
  16. Shootin' Up the World
  17. Leaders Deceivers
  18. You Deserve Me
  19. Almost Alive
  20. Corpse of Decadence
  21. Trust 'Em
  22. M.A.D.
  23. Hype Overload
  24. You
  25. What Do I Get
  26. Hell Is War

Disc: 3

  1. Hell Is War
  2. The More I See
  3. State Violence State Control
  4. Never Again
  5. You Take Part in Creating the System
  6. The Nightmare Continues
  7. A Hell On Earth
  8. Realities of War
  9. The Possibility of Life's Destruction
  10. The Final Blood Bath
  11. Doomsday
  12. Drunk With Power
  13. Why
  14. Two Monstrous Nuclear Stockpiles
  15. Decontrol
  16. Warning
  17. Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing
  18. Protest and Survive
  19. In Defence of Our Future
  20. State Violence State Control
  21. The Price of Silence
  22. The Blood Runs Red

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Format: Audio CD
32 tracks on the 1st CD,
26 tracks on the 2nd CD and
22 tracks on the third, and that folks is a whopping 80 tracks for your money.
All the, out of control drumming, frantic bass playing, diabolically insane guitar riffs and heart felt screaming a body could want. And song titles - State violence, state control, Never again, Why? Its no TV sketch, all bona fide classics.
This CD includes all the early singles, pretty much all of the classic 'hear nothing...' album and some assorted live stuff, with and without Cal singing.
Now here is the problem, Cal, and the fact that there really should be no songs that contain his high pitched, robert plant esq vocals on this CD. But this being a compilation there is, and that is where this CD is let down. Massacre divine? Massacre bloody drivel, but thats just my opinion. Although the new live recordings from 2004 with Rats singing do make up for it, kinda. At least Bones is playing guitar!!!! Whoo hoo.
I really like Discharge (cant you tell?) and any band that can spawn a completely new form of music purely by accident needs to be taken seiously. If this hardcore political punk band had not come about folks, there would be no Metallica, no Anthrax, no slayer, no spultura. Infact, no thrash metal full stop, so there. Probably even no limp biscuit... hmm. What i mean is, no crunchy metal riffs, and this band did not even play crunchy riffs.
To the masses this is probably not easy listening, even to some metallica fans! Shame on them. (There are some exploited fans included in there too, but thats another story.) But this should be listened to, by anyone who likes meaningful, uncompromising, socially aware rock. Because this is not punk this is something far more important, this is Discharge.
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For anyone new to the band (or without much of their stuff) this is a great compilation.It features a whole pile of tracks that to buy individually would rob you of all your cider money!It covers from 1980 to 2004,though for me the 80-86 period is what I like.The peak being Hear,Nothing...era possibly,like having your head stuffed down a panzer barrel.The sound that comes off their best music is still in 2015 like the purest form of sculptured noise.They have a primal energy that doesn't date even against modern grindcore,black metal,thrash whatever. It even has a track from Grave New World with it's hard rock stylings,which is almost impossible to find anywhere else nowadays.I still don't understand how that album causes so much fuss,I like that they tried something different,like Celtic Frost's 'Cold Lake',not their best but they dared to try it.
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I purchased this for a mate.Its got all the old Discharge EPs as well as stuff from their 'metal' phase!Must have for real Discharge maniacs!Good value all round.
This review has been written from my mates point of view!
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good stuff
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars GOOD COMP BUT... 6 Mar. 2005
By JUAN MARTIN GABASTOU - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
A best bang for the buck,comprehensive overview of discharges career.

80 songs on 3 cds,including songs from all of their records,including a couple from GRAVE NEW WORLD,which can otherwise be found on used vinyl,and some songs from the audio of the forthcoming DVD.I'd really stick to buying DECONTROL-THE SINGLES + HEAR NOTHING.. +DISCHARGE 2001s self titled album.More money,I know,but essential discography for the true fan.This box is cheap but might prevent the purchase of essential albums.ONLY FOR CASUAL LISTENERS.NOT A TRUE ANTHOLOGY !!!!!
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2.0 out of 5 stars KINDA GOOD BUT.... 2 Sept. 2007
By PiggyAlice - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Like another reviewer said if you are REALLY interesed in Discharge go like this: (don't buy this box, you'll thank me later)

1. Decontrol: The Singles (every single track is amazing and not everyone is in this box)

2. Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing (mind blowin record BUT is not here in is entirely. In fact, 2 KEY songs are missing (Q: and children and The End are not here)

3. Discharge (the album): Great Comeback record with the classic line-up. Easy to find, look carefully.

You Those 3 cds Now there you have a preety good discography from Discharge, and i mean real Discharge. This box adds some songs from Grave New World (disgusting) and Massacre Divine and Shooting Up the World. The last 2 are kinda good but (like singer from G.b.h. said) that's not really Discharge. I mean is like and out-of-focus dicharge. Download some songs and you'll see.

If you really want to buy this box for "the box" itself (but i tell you, it is kinda cheap and not really cool) buy it but after those 3 albums i mentioned before. The live tracks in this box will be released in a live album soon. Wait.. Dont buy this product for those.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars For people who are too lazy to get every discharge CD 15 Oct. 2005
By Steve - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Discharge is a rather good band but I liked their early stuff (everything on the first disc.) better than anything else on this box set. the 2nd disc has a lot of the LP stuff (Hear nothing See Nothing Say Nothing, Grave new world, Massacre Divine, etc.) and some of that is okay but I know you may be turned down from the Hair metalish songs. the 3rd disc has some 2004 updated songs and a bunch of live material (I Personally don't care for live material except if it has exclusive songs for that album like Conflict's Turning rebellion into money because it has songs that were from Crass and so forth) get this if you are really lazy to get every album by discharge.
5.0 out of 5 stars influential punk 15 Feb. 2015
By bigdog - Published on Amazon.com
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Influential punk. When I first heard this band when I was 14 I was blown away by the album hear nothing. Just awesome.
1 of 7 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good band, somewhat average product. 26 July 2005
By Mexican Wrestler - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I will be honest here, i don't like punk/hardcore very much. Pretty much 90% of it is absoulute monotonus trash, however, i found Dischage to be a very good group. It might sound contradictory, but it is true, these guys are the only punk band i ever liked, but i absolutly hate the bands/gendre that were influenced by them. Dischage were the originators to, sadly, the horrible gendre known as 80's hardcore, many have tried to copy their style and it resulted into a gendre full of posers. This isn't a uncommon trend, for every one good original band that does something new, there are about 20 horrible ones trying to immatate them. Helloween did something new and creative, now we have a whole gendre of inept (...) (Blind Gardian, Stratovarious, Hammerfall, do i need to go on?) trying to copy them, the same goes for Discharge, their music was GREAT, but the aftermath resulted in this plague known as New York Hardcore.

This box set is basically one of those retrospective career spanning things, and while i like the idea of this, i really don't think it works too well for a band like Discharge. For one thing, Discharge has been really known for only one thing and one thing only, the "Hear Nothing, See Nothing, Say Nothing" LP which is their definative work (which i recommend you get instead of this) and this box set does not really add anything to the greatness of that, just a bunch of singles (which are found on WHY) the horrendus "Grave New World" and some live stuff. The packaging is another downfall of this box set, the discs come in cardboard sleaves which i thought was kind of cheap, they could of put this thing in a nice jewel case or something to make it worth your bucks. Disc 1 is nothing special at all, it is just soccer hooligan music, all of the singles from Discharges early years. Disc 2 is the "Hear Nothing" LP and "Grave New World" LP on one disc, one half is great while the othe half is not. Disc 3 is basically a live "best of" kind of deal, with live Discharge cuts from the early days and some recent ones with their new singer.

This set is just average, i didn't like the packaging at all and there was nothing new that this added that was as good as what was on the "See Nothing" reissue. Get that instead of this box set, which i found to be nothing more then a cash in attemp from record companies.
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