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Crucifix - Dehumanization album

Crucifix  - Dehumanization album
Performer: Crucifix
Genre: Rock
Title: Dehumanization
FLAC album size: 1515
Style: Hardcore, Punk
Country: UK
Released: 1983

CRUCIFIX - Dehumanization (FULL ALBUM).

Album · 1982 · 14 Songs.

Band Name Crucifix (USA-2). Album Name Dehumanization. 版公司 Southern Records.

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Dehumanization is the only full-length album released by American hardcore punk band Crucifix. Released in 1983, it is today regarded as one of the classic anarcho-punk records, as well as an important D-beat record. The song "Prejudice" was covered live by the American anarcho-punk band Aus-Rotten, and released on their 1997 Not One Single Fucking Hit Discography compilation.

Dehumanization (album). Dehumanization is the only full-length album released by American hardcore punk band Crucifix. Annihilation" has been covered by the Brazilian metal band Sepultura and the American alternative rock band A Perfect Circle. The Varukers cover "Indo-China".

Dehumanization, 1994. Dehumanization, 1994. Skinned Alive, 00:47. Another Mouth to Feed, 01:50. Three Miles to Oblivion, 01:02. Blind Destruction, 01:39.

Band: Crucifix Album: Dehumanization Type: Full-length Released: 1983 Genre: Hardcore Punk, Anarcho Punk Country: United States (Berkeley, CA) Quality: mp3 320 kbps Label: Corpus Christi. Organectomy - Existential Disconnect (2019). Sounds like a completely different band from the last album, and not in a good way at all. Disappointing and generic.

This album has a sound that cracks the earth, I always thought they were English, from the UK 82, but I was surprised to learn that they are American.

Tracklist

Crucifix Side
A1 Annihilation
A2 How, When, Where
A3 Skinned Alive
A4 Prejudice
A5 No Limbs
A6 Another Mouth To Feed
A7 Search For The Sun
Corpus Christi Side
B1 Indo China
B2 Three Miles To Oblivion
B3 See Through Their Lies
B4 Death Toll
B5 Blind Destruction
B6 Rise And Fall
B7 Stop Torture

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Peter Miller Studios

Credits

  • Bass – Matt*
  • Drums – Chris*
  • Engineer – Peter Miller
  • Guitar – Jake*
  • Photography By – Allison Raine, Denise Leitzel, Donald McCullin, Jim Brick
  • Producer – Crucifix , Maati Lyon, Peter Miller
  • Vocals – Sothira*
  • Words By, Music By, Artwork – Crucifix

Notes

First pressing with "pay no more than £3" price warning on front cover.

Six-panel fold-out cover with a poster on one side, and lyrics/information on the other side.

"Recorded at Peter Miller's Studio, San Francisco, August 1983."

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-side): CHRIST ITS 11 A-1
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side): CHRIST ITS 11 B-1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
Christ It's 11 Crucifix Dehumanization ‎(LP, Album, RP) Corpus Christi Christ It's 11 UK Unknown
18523-2 Crucifix Dehumanization ‎(CD, Album, RE) Southern Records 18523-2 UK 1994
Christ its 11 Crucifix Dehumanization ‎(LP, Album) Corpus Christi Christ its 11 US 1983
Christ It's 11 Crucifix Dehumanization ‎(LP, Album, RP, Cle) Corpus Christi Christ It's 11 UK Unknown
none Crucifix Dehumanization ‎(Cass, Album, RE) Nikt Nic Nie Wie none Poland Unknown

Akinonris
One of the best 1980s hardcore punk records. Pure venom and anger. Wise lyrics. First song sounds like a bomb blast going off! I'd describe them as the closest thing to an American version of Discharge. Great band, still powerful. Punks all over the world wear their logo on patches, shirts, jackets, buttons, etc in appreciation and to stand together.
Yojin
Excellent record. Powerful vocals. Strong delivery. Love it. Some of the best US HC.
VizoRRR
This is what I call a 5. Perfect record, beginning to end. Excellent playing, strong lyrics, nice packaging. (That cover image is iconic.) A lot of bands playing in this style just rewrite the same song over and over, but Crucifix wrote 14 different songs that work well together. "Dehumanization" is an all time favorite of mine, but oddly I feel that none of their other material is particularly good. "Capitulation" is weak and the vocals are annoying. "Nineteen-eighty-four" is middling at best. And then the band gets to "Dehumanization" and it is a total transformation to greatness. Of course this band gets many extra points for playing a style that very few bands in the USA played. Crucifix sounds (and looks) more like a U.K. band. Make that a U.K. band pumped full of U.S. hardcore adrenalin. "Dehumanization" is a mandatory piece of punk rock history. If you don't have it, you're missing out on something awesome. Fortunately it is still in print and is distributed by Southern Records.
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