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Napalm Death
Tracklisting:
1. Multinational corporations
2. Instinct of survival the kill
3. Scum caught...in a dream
4. Polluted minds sacrificed
5. Siege of power control
6. Born on your knees
7. Numan garabage
8. You suffer
9. Life7 prison without walls
10. Point of no return
11. Negative approach success7
12. Deceiver/CS/Parasites
13. Pseudo death divine death
14. As the machine rolls on
15. Common enemy moral crusade
16. Stigmatized mad dragnet
17. Success
18. Deceiver
19. CS
20. Parasites
21. Pseudo youth
22. Divine death
23. As the machine rolls on
24. Common enemy
25. Moral crusade
26. Stigmatized
27. MAD
28. Dragnet

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“Scum is easily 10 times as good as any other napalm...”

Written on: 25/08/2004 by Mikesaughter (8 reviews written)

Scum is easily 10 times as good as any other napalm album. With 2 different line-ups on the 2 sides, each side has it's similarities, but are distincively different. The first side (Nik Bullen, Justin Broadrick and Mick harris) has the better songs, in my opinion, with the best song being the 3 second "you Suffer". The second side (Lee Dorian, Jim Whitley, Bill Steer and Mick Harris) has some brilliant songs, but it does get a bit repetitive after a while, but it doesn't matter because the… Read Full Review

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