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Individual Thought Patterns
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Category: Death Metal
Label: Relativity Records
Catalog Number: 88561-1168-2
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Chuck Schuldiner guitars, vocals|
Andy LaRocque guitars
Steve DiGiorgio bass
Gene Hoglan drums
|1. ||Overactive Imagination ||3:31|
|2. ||In Human Form ||3:57|
|3. ||Jealousy ||3:40|
|4. ||Trapped in a Corner ||4:14|
|5. ||Nothing Is Everything ||3:19|
|6. ||Mentally Blind ||4:48|
|7. ||Individual Thought Patterns ||4:00|
|8. ||Destiny ||4:06|
|9. ||Out of Touch ||4:22|
|10. ||The Philosopher ||4:10|
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|Total Running Time:|| 40:07|
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: August 23, 2013 at 10:40|
|Death continue to explode the boundaries of the genre they helped create and which bears their name. The music on Individual Thought Patterns is incredibly intricate, yet fast and heavy as every, with grooves tha tskip a beat just when you start to get comfortable, keeping you guessing and wondering the whole time. The lyrical silliness of Scream Bloody Gore is completely gone by now, replaced by oblique social and personal commentary, and the music just cotinues to advance. ITP is probably my favorite Death album.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: August 28, 2013 at 18:10|
|One of the best songs of the band is in here in the shape of "The Philosopher" and by far the best of this album as well..."Overactive Imagination","Mentally Blind" & "Out Of Touch" are three other major cuts...80/100
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