Doom - War Crimes - Inhuman Beings - Vinyl
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THE 1988 DEBUT RELEASE FROM THE INFLUENTIAL UK CRUST/METAL ACT, PRESENTED ON VINYL FORMAT WITH ORIGINAL SLEEVE DESIGN.Doom is an English crust punk band from Birmingham, England, formed in 1987
Despite its short existence at the time, the band is considered pivotal in the rise of crust punk movement. They recorded for Peaceville Records & are cited as an early precursor to the grindcore style of metal music & are often compared with seminal act Discharge. Doom was also a favourite of BBC Radio DJ John Peel. In its formative years, Peaceville had heard about Doom through word of mouth & asked if they were interested in contributing songs to the first compilation, 'A Vile Peace'.
Doom went into the studio to record their first demo on 28 August 1987. Three songs were recorded, two of which appeared on 'A Vile Peace'. On the strength of this first recording Peaceville asked Doom if they would record a full LP for them & in February 1988, Doom went into the "Rich Bitch" studios & recorded 21 songs for the album, 'War Crimes'; a timeless & legendary release still highly revered today as a prime example of the pinnacle of the crust punk genre.
This edition of 'War Crimes' is presented on black vinyl with the album's original sleeve design.
Tracks: Confusion ( 02:51 ) / Life Lock ( 01:37 ) / Slave To Convention ( 00:56 ) / A Dream To Come True ( 01:16 ) / Drowning In The Mainstream ( 01:59 ) / Same Mind ( 01:56 ) / Relief ( 01:17 ) / After The Bomb ( 01:26 ) / Stop Gap ( 01:32 ) / Scared ( 02:10 ) / Sick Joke ( 02:28 ) / Natural Abuse ( 01:07 ) / Exploitation ( 01:47 ) / Beat The Boss ( 01:38 ) / Money Drug ( 02:12 ) / Fear For The Future ( 01:32 ) / No Religion ( 02:06 ) / Phobia For Change ( 02:00 ) / Multinationals ( 01:59 ) / Obscenity ( 01:26 ) / War Crimes ( 02:30 )