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  • Audio CD (8 May 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Roadrunner
  • ASIN: B00000HZH0
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Before Limp Bizkit and Kid Rock, there was Biohazard. Taking their lead from the thrash-hop hybrid created by Anthrax's classic collaboration with Public Enemy (on "Bring The Noise"), Brooklyn's Biohazard spent the early 1990s mining the previously under-exploited overlap between hardcore metal and hip-hop cultures. In retrospect, the combination was a natural one: both types of music were, at the time at least, created as vehicles for the expression of rage and disaffection. Biohazard saw this and, on their breakthrough album Urban Discipline, made the fusion seamless. Vocalists Billy Graziadei and Evan Seinfeld swap lyrics over a backdrop of heavy beats and heavier guitars--perfect mosh-pit fodder. But where later bands would take this rap-metal sound down the route of baggy shorts and "stoopid" lyrics, Biohazard had a genuine political agenda: songs such as "Punishment", "Loss", "Mistaken Identity", "Hold My Own" and the title track aren't just incendiary rockers, they're also rallying cries against violence, injustice, crime--the pitfalls of the urban scene that spawned them. Biohazard continued to make great albums, but Urban Discipline stands as the album that influenced an entire scene. For aficionados of hip-hop and heavy metal, it remains an essential purchase. --Robert Burrow

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Format: Audio CD
This is where it all started... Explosive guitar riffs, heavy, fast-paced drum beats and voices full of rage; all making up a sound which can only be best described as explosive, raw energy. From start to finish this album never lets up, starting with the immaculate 'Chamber Spins Three' and ending with the dark, suicidal anthem of 'Tears Of Blood'. Urban Discipline will pull you in and spit you back out so hard, you'll be begging for more!
Also included on this re-mastered edition are four demo tracks, which although may not sound great, still give a good insight into the world, and origins of Biohazard.
If you're a Biohazard fan and don't already own this, or you're interested in one of the best bands ever to come out of Brooklyn, then buy this album!
Highlights - 'Punishment', 'Mistaken Identity', 'Urban Discipline'
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One of Bio's best from the tail end of 1992. A clear, unfussy production with a good drum sound, and buzz saw guitars with a strong, low end bass guitar presence. Ok, the lead guitar work is very average (Bobby Hambel was never in the same class as peers like Rocky George) but it doesn't really matter too much. There's tons of 'street' attitude, a hard urban vibe and very confrontational lyrics (Quite a lot of that much loved term of endearment, the M/F word!) The balance of Hardcore & Metal is just right here, HC enough for the Rollins crowd, and metallic enough for the thrashers! It's almost a street gang mentality that Biohazard have here; an Us Vs The World POV! Lot's of gang style choruses backing up Evan Seinfeld's Lemmy meets Rollins style lead vocals . The Rap influences that the band are well known for seemed to have not strongly developed at this stage, There's certainly not the guest stars & DJ's etc of later albums.
There's a few tracks off the debut album (Biohazard) included on here that are actually some of the band's most catchy songs, and there are some demo songs that actually sound as good as their more professional counterparts.
Best album alongside New World Disorder (1999), Mata Leao (1996) and 2005's Means To An End.
Let's hope they reform and record again soon....
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Whereas Biohazard's debut album was rough around the edges, all in your face hardcore it wasn't completely strong all the time. That album set the firing pistol off for the development of the band and the improvements which led to this album originally released in 1992 on Roadrunner records. I have read that the album 'inspired a generation' and after really studying it I can understand why. The music is just amazing; some of hardcore punk's greatest tracks are here. Some fans still believe this is their greatest album and I think it is 1 of their best for sure. All the Biohazard themes are here of standing up for yourself, fighting for what's right, social issues and of course their take on tough urban life inspired by their own experiences growing up in Brooklyn, New York. The album is appropriately titled as it does take us through the importance of being disciplined in order to survive urban life and the lessons the band try to express. The album artwork is pretty cool with kids out on the street playing around the outline of a dead body with the band's logo emblazoned in a fire coloured sky; implying the harsh reality for kids growing up in that environment.

Chamber spins three kicks us off into a kick-a** hardcore track with frank lyrics (one thing that makes the band so great is their honest, upfront lyrical approach) depicting urban life across town and street survival.
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Biohazard are criminally underated,yet highly influential and of course, they are responsible for some of the finest heavy music of the last two decades.
Their breakthrough album, 'Urban Discipline,' brought them to the general consciousness of Metal fans back in the early 90's and has remained their fans favourite album ever since.
The reason for the sheer staying power of 'Urban Discipline,' is the extremely high quality of the material, with timeless choruses, epic solos and concise, well written songs.
The band's thrash influences are perhaps at their peek on Urban Discipline, while their rap influences are at their most restrained and tasteful. Making this record so important is the balance of sheer heaviness, structure and balls out attitude.
Most of Biohazard's classic material comes from this album, including 'Chamber Spins 3,' 'Black and White and Red All Over,' as well as the title track, and "Head banger's Balls Most Played Video" 'Punishment.'
If you like 90's Alt Metal, or 80's Thrash you really ought to check out Biohazard, one of the hardest, most honest bands out there, and the best place to start is right here, with the 5 star 'Urban Discipline.' Buy Now!
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