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Type O Negative

World Coming Down

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Category: Gothic Metal

Year: 1999

Label: Roadrunner Records

Catalog Number: RR 8660-2

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Type O Negative World Coming Down Album Cover

Pete Steele vocals
Ken Hickey guitars
Josh Silver keyboards
John Kelly drums
1.  Skip It  0:11
2.  White Slavery  8:21
3.  Sinus  0:53
4.  Everyone I Love Is Dead  6:12
5.  Who Will Save the Sane?  6:41
6.  Liver  1:42
7.  World Coming Down  11:11
8.  Creepy Green Light  6:56
9.  Everything Dies  7:44
10.  Lung  1:36
11.  Pyretta Blaze  6:57
12.  All Hallows Eve  8:36
13.  Day Tripper (Beatles Medley: Day Tripper / If I Needed Someone / I Want You (She's So Heavy))  7:04
Total Running Time:  74:04

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Existing comments about this CD

From: mohammed Date: February 16, 2003 at 17:54
It's good (WORLD COMING DOWN) as evry alpume of Type

From: Nobody Date: May 4, 2004 at 13:09
Not as good as earlier albums, but still good.

From: manson Date: May 4, 2004 at 18:52
everyone I love is dead is a masterpiece , other songs are just normal...

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: August 25, 2013 at 15:42
Heavier than October Rust, although the songs aren't necessarily better. It's Type O doing what they do, gothic gloom and morbid humor solidly in place. World Coming Down completes the trilogy of classic Type O releases. The next two albums are okay, but nothing the band doesn't do better on Bloody Kisses, October Rust and World Coming Down.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: October 14, 2022 at 15:51
If October Rust was the "sex album," World Coming Down was Type O's "death album." Even two of the three love/sex songs are about dead women. Meanwhile, Peter Steele was grieving the death his mother, and well on his way to becoming a full-blown cocaine addict. ("What kind of an asshole starts using hard drugs in his mid-30's?" he asked later.) So we get songs about all of that, and the three sound-effects tracks that depict the ways in which the band will most likely die (from drinking, smoking or coke). For me, the best songs are "Everyone I Love Is Dead," the October Rust-worthy "Creepy Green Light" and first single "Everything Dies." The title track is a massive, downcast epic of grief and self-loathing, while "Pyretta Blaze" is another ode to a (presumably live) goth girl. It's all capped off with a Beatles medley to show you there's more to the band than Sabbath and the Cure.

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