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DROPDEAD "Discography Vol. 1 1992-1993 (2020 Remaster)"

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Dropdead formed officially in January of 1991 in Providence RI, but the original 4 person lineup met in December 1989. We played music together for a year before a lineup change saw Bob and Ben switch instruments, a name change, and a great increase in speed and intensity. The idea was to play pissed off, aggressive, no bullshit hardcore punk thrash with personally political lyrics. Musically the influences drew from bands as diverse as Confuse, Siege, Larm, Crass, Swans, Infest, SSD, Pandemonium, Icons of Filth, Gauze, Septic Death, Discharge, Anti-Cimex and a slew of others. The first show was in April of 1991 with Born Against and Rorschach. The band continues to embrace a strong "Do It Yourself" work ethic, booking their own shows and releasing their own records via Armageddon Label. Over the years Dropdead has played hundreds of shows and fests, recorded three albums plus numerous splits and EP's, toured the USA and Europe numerous times, as well as Australia and Japan.

  1. Unjustified Murder
  2. Doorway To Extinction
  3. Strength In Your Conviction
  4. Protest
  5. At The Cost Of An Animal
  6. Direct Action
  7. Power
  8. Chosen Path
  9. Survival
  10. Bullshit Tradition
  11. Wound Run Deep
  12. Do You Choose Life
  13. Ignorant
  14. Only A Fool
  15. You Have A Voice
  16. Washed Away
  17. Living In fear
  18. Confused
  19. Attention
  20. Deliver Yourself
  21. Control
  22. Life In Chains
  23. End The Slaughter
  24. I Will Defy
  25. The Truth Behind
  26. Fucking Assholes
  27. Legacy Of Death
  28. No Glory
  29. Still You Follow Blindly
  30. Wake Of Deception
  31. Swedish Medley
  32. New World Slaughter
  33. Sheep
  34. Belly Full Of Lies
  35. Requiem
  36. Bosnia
  37. Nazi Atrocities
  38. Whatever I Do
  39. The Circle Complete
  40. At The Cost Of An Animal (bonus)
  41. The Circle Complete (bonus)
  42. Internal (Crossed Out) (bonus)

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