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Exhibit B: The Human Condition

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Category: Thrash

Year: 2010

Label: Nuclear Blast

Catalog Number: NB 2175-2

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Exodus Exhibit B: The Human Condition Album Cover

Rob Dukes vocals
Gary Holt lead and rhythm guitars
Lee Altus lead and rhythm guitars
Jack Gibson bass
Tom Hunting drums, percussion

Brendon Small guitar solo on Devil's Teeth
Peter Tagtgren backing vocals on The Sun is My Destroyer
Raymond Anthony keyboards on The Ballad of Leonard and Charles, additional guitar engineering
Andy Sneap producer, mixer
1.  The Ballad of Leonard and Charles  7:14
2.  Beyond the Pale  7:40
3.  Hammer and Life  3:31
4.  Class Dismissed (A Hate Primer)  7:15
5.  Downfall  6:22
6.  March of the Sycophants  6:45
7.  Nanking  7:22
8.  Burn, Hollywood, Burn  4:06
9.  Democide  6:36
10.  The Sun is My Destroyer  9:33
11.  A Perpetual State of Indifference  2:24
12.  Good Riddance  5:33
13.  Devil's Teeth  4:15
Total Running Time:  78:36

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From: Doghouse Reilly Date: September 26, 2022 at 13:10
Exodus emerged in the 21st century as the most vicious of the old-school thrash bands (sorry, Slayer). All six of their postmillennial albums are just fucking brutal! The problem is, as you might have guessed from glancing at the track listing above, their albums tffbe entirely too long. Exhibit B is perhaps the worst offender, at an exhausting, ear-numbing 78 minutes. (Exhibit A is technically shorter, but also only contains one truly short song aside from the album intro.) To be blunt, very few of these songs need to be six-plus minutes, and everyone would have been better served if most were around the four-minute range. That said, there is thrash goodness in abun^sh:, as Gary Holt finds a place for seemingly every riff he ever wrote. Rob Dukes is kind of a generic shouter compared to the personality of Steve Souza, but serves his purpose well enough. The hard part is picking out songs that stand out, but I would take "Burn, Hollywood, Burn," "March of the Sycophants" and especially

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: September 26, 2022 at 13:13
... "Downfall," one of the very best songs from the Dukes years along with "Deathamphetamine," off Shovel-Headed Kill Machine.

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