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  • Audio CD (2 May 1994)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics, Import
  • Label: Warner Music
  • ASIN: B000002MQL
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 19,720 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Warner Bros., 9362 45595 2. Track listing: State Of The World Address, Down For Life, What Makes Us Tick, Tales From The Hard Side, How It Is, Remember, Five Blocks To The Subway, Each Day, Failed Territory, Lack There Of, Pride, Human Animal, Cornered, Love Denied.

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By A Customer on 18 Jan. 2001
Format: Audio CD
Biohazard are a strange beast; mixing pianos, Metallica-esque riffery, pounding baselines and rap all into one album. This is epitomised in "State of the world address" which although not amazing, is good enough to merit numerous listens. 'How it is' features Cypress Hill's Sen Dog and does sound uncannily like the Hill while 'Failed Territory' starts with an acoustic guitar before later descending into pure metal chaos. Undoubtedly the best track on the album, 'Love Denied' begins with Billy Graziadei's piano and a lone guitar but finishes like a bull on prozac, with a pumping bass and despairing vocals: "can anybody hear their cries/can anybody tell them why" "State..." therefore, is a bit of a mish-mash of styles but, in the long run, is well worth persevering with.
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This CD is great and the band are at the time this therst came out and I saw them 2 time when this came out years ago and I saw them at monsters of rock .but some of the band are not to gever and that is a shame.I would recommend this because this was one of there best.
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I'll keep it short and sweet. This album is excellent, full of squalling guitars, mad dog riffs, hardcore bluster and shouty rap-esque call and response vocals. The music treads that fine line between extreme metal thunder and outright hardcore punk, but it has killer grooves, you can dance to this. If you need another reference point, think 'Lights, Camera, Revolution' era Suicidal Tendencies, if you liked that album then this will be right up your street.
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Never were this band so experimental as they were here! This almost sounds like an Urban concept album as all the tracks blend into one another, and all are centred on the same lyrical themes of urban decay, crime & life on the NYC streets. The vocals of Evan & Billy work really well here, coming across as more like one voice. The bass work is really good & surprisingly technical. The riffs are giant slabs of iron, and Bobby Hambel's lead breaks are more melodic than his usual squealing. The drumming is powerful & aggressive, with a clicky bass drum sound that reminds of Metallica's And Justice For All. Ed Stasium has done a superb job on the desk, with a really full on but organic sound - I like the use of samples between songs that adds to an almost soundtrack like scope.
There's even restrained use of acoustic/classical guitar and atmospheric
keyboard on the excellent Failed Territory. Other great tracks are Pride, with some superb tempo changes & a real hardcore feel, opening bruiser State Of The World Address, the brutal Tales From The Hard Side (great riff) and closing track Love Denied which could almost be called epic. Keep the CD going when it finishes, as a few seconds later there's a funky kind of chanting sort of song which is ..well, different!
This would be 5 stars but for one or two slightly average tracks, which Biohazard are usually guilty of on all their albums. At nearly 60 mins long, this could have lost those tracks and been a 5 star album methinks.
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State of the World Address is one of the fan's favorite Biohazard albums, and a large percentage of the album has made up the bands live show since it came out. There's a simple reason for this, SOTWA is a brilliant album, and a perfect example of what made Biohazard so good in the first place. The lead guitar work here is exemplary, with amazing and plentiful guitar solos. With Metalica style riffs one minute, Black Sabbath dangling chords the next minute, over a bedrock of rapping and Hardcore Punk shouting that blends suprisingly well.
The album includes many classic Biohazard songs including 'Tales From The Hardside,' 'How It Is,' and 'Down For Life.'
This is essential listening for any Biohazard fan, and if you like any of the many bands who owe a debt of gratitude to the pioneering Biohazard, for example Hatebreed, Slipknot or Chimaira... you may want to check this album out and see what those bands have drawn so much influence from.
Altogether, this is a classic record, and I can't recomend it highly enough, even if you hate rap, this is such a good 90's metal album that you won't care what Genre it is while you're screaming along.
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By A Customer on 22 Jun. 2001
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This is by far Biohazard's best. I've been a Biohazard fan for years, and this is Biohazard at their peak. 5 blocks to the Subway and How It Is just make you wanna turn up the volume till your speakers blow and dance around the room hard. If you don't know Biohazard, you don't have a clue about metal. If you like this check out Urban Discipline.
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This was the very first Biohazard album I ever purchased back in the summer of 2010. After hearing the great Tales from the hard side and Five blocks to the subway (still 2 of my favourite Biohazard songs), which are included here, made it reason enough to purchase. The band signed up with a major label for this album with Warner Brothers records. I believe this is Biohazard's greatest album. Everything that made the band great is on this album. The band were never better and never showed more talent than the way it is displayed on this album. The album sets up from the sound set down in Urban discipline and developed it into a better package in my opinion. The songs sound bigger and stronger and one development was Bobby's guitar work, where he has a lot more solo work and many impressive riffs. The band show that they're not afraid to mix things up using introductions with acoustic guitar and piano on 2 songs. This was the last album with the original lineup of Evan Seinfeld, Billy Graziadei, Bobby Hambel and Danny Schuler. The lead guitarist Bobby decided to quit the band after making this record and ironically enough, in the booklet it states the band line-up and above says 'Biohazard is and will always be:'! Biohazard made some great albums after this record but for me this record represents the band at their very best.

The cover artwork is something that's always amazed me with the black and white image of a child in a gas mask running away from possible toxic fumes. Billy stated that whereas on the last album they could see how messed up Urban life is, this album represented how messed up the world is; hence the albums' ambitious title.
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