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4.7 out of 5 stars
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Human
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on 9 November 2017
So much has already been said about this legendary technical death metal classic, so I will spare you all the praise rightfully given, and will implore you to buy it if death metal is a genre you prefer.

Chuck Schuldiner (1967-2001) was a metal music phenomenon and assembled here one of the most potent line-ups imaginable. Each song is a highlight and testament to this album's staying power.

The remaster is done wonderfully, and the extra content on this double disc release is well worth it!
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on 11 February 2013
Whenever anyone asks me why I love death metal, I play them this cd. "Human" is an absolute classic, it is beautiful, technical, brutal and also timeless in equal parts. Lovely, punishing riffs combined with Chuck's (RIP) vocals which are spot on, being primal, yet clear, decipherable and coherent. This is a masterclass in quality death metal and to me it's also a blueprint of how to do death metal properly. I play this on a daily basis and any true death metal fan (nu skool or old skool) should have this in their collection/playlist. Buy now, you will not be disappointed!! You can thank me later!! Enjoy!!
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on 27 September 2012
I love all Death albums, Death does not have a bad album, they are all great and this one is one of their best.
The album is very short but very magical, it ends with a taste of more and more, can play it in loop.
Any song here is awesome and addicting, top tracks are: All!
The riffs, the solos, the lyrics are all perfect, any metal fan should own it on his collection.
R.I.P. Chuck and long live Death!
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on 28 June 2014
Again this is an album you will already own if your into death metal,it's more technical than leprosy and spiritual healing but it doesn't lack any of chucks locality to the cause of being the godfather of death metal
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on 30 September 2016
Refined death metal on a technical level.
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on 8 January 2017
Great cd
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on 11 December 2016
Hubby liked it
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on 2 July 2015
A+
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on 21 September 2007
Hey guys, this is the fourth studio album by Death and represents genius of Chuck Schuldiner and his other bandmates (namely Paul Masvidal on guitars, Steve DiGiorgio- bass guitar maestro and Sean Reinert on drums). Time proved itself Chuck is the technically most skilled and most gifted guitarist in death metal genre. He simply became an icon and the embodiment of the genre.
This album just proved how much he pushed the development of the genre forward while the most of other bands were just somewhere at the beginning of defining themselves in terms of finding their own roots in death metal as a genre. And that is what makes this album so unique. Chuck and the band recorded a masterpiece yet again. This album has got the strong and really heavy sound, it can only make you impressed. Tracks like Lack of comprehension, Suicide machine or Cosmic sea became death metal evergreens. Once you play the cd you will want to play again and again. It'll get you. This is must have album from the best death metal band ever!!! Do not hesitate to buy it. All the musicianship is on the level never equalized by anybody ever! Pure technical and progressive death metal.
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on 19 February 2015
a change in style for sure but no change in quality. Showcasing a more technical side without ripping the ass out of it this is very much death metal with guys who are married to their instruments and beat the life out of them, odd metaphor perhaps but great , well paced metal. Even the instrumental is a real treat.
Chuck yelps and growls here but as usual is more or less easy to make out. Human was released in 1991 , a long time ago but put this alongside any death metal album from 2015 and you will be hard pressed to tell which is the older but i think the best should be easier to work out, human is near on a masterpiece. Love the running time as well, just over 30 mins of brilliant headbanging metal, no core here.
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