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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: August 23, 2013 at 10:33|
|To me, Human is the album where Death really get interesting. Here is where they fully shed the "kids in the garage trying to be extreme" approach of the early demos and Scream Bloody Gore. In truth, they had been stripping that away since Leprosy, little by little, but heere is where the real Death sound takes off. The music is still intense, but the focus is more on technicality, on weird, dissonant guitar harmonies, complex drumming, and Steve DiGiorgio's untouchable bass-playing. Any basement full of teenagers could be brutal by 1991, but few bands could do what Death weere doing here. And just to show what a weird time the winter of '91-'92 was, "Lack Of Comprehension" actually got a few airings on Headbanger's Ball.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: October 3, 2013 at 20:06|
|Good album with that Death trademark ..."Flattening Of Emotions","Secret Fate" & "Lack Of Comprehension" are the ones i like from here...75/100
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