Born/Dead - Repetition (Vinyl)

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  1. Jul 18,  · Collects vinyl-only tracks from the band's Split LP with Consume, Limited Tour Edition 12" EP and Repetition 7". Includes three mpeg videos of live performances. Includes three mpeg videos of live performances.4/5(2).
  2. INFO: Red vinyl while supplies last! Oakland, California's Born/Dead charge forth with two new blasting tracks after a long hiatus. The a-side is the chanting and unique "Repetition" which has been a focal point of their recent live sets with a classic UK peace punk feel.
  3. Our Vinyl Selection is Constantly Changing - Check Back Often! Born Dead - Repetition/Fear 7" EP. Regular price $ 6 00 $ Born Dead/Peligro Social Split EP 7" Regular price $ 6 00 $ Dad Brains - Dadditude 7" Regular price $ 8 00 $ David Bowie - Space Oddity 7".
  4. 'Born Dead' follows with even more evil intent but with less scope, still forging ahead with mantra-like choruses that shouldn't be catchy but are. 'Forgotten Past' eschews any such notion of traditional death metal (and this as about as traditional as you can get!) as the chorus is almost catchy enough to be labelled pop - almost/5(68).
  5. Ice-T is a great rapper, he is even better with his rock/metal band Body Count. Born Dead is a loud heavy in your face album for any die hard fan of Hard Rock/Heavy Metal. This album is: Raw, Gritty, Loud, but most importantly: it was in you face with loud lyrics and blazing guitars and drums/5(48).
  6. Mar 5 Rating: this is a pretty decent album. this is my second born/dead album. its different from "Endless War: Repetition", which was a little heavier. the vocals are a lot better on this album, where as on the other one they were really hard to hear. this has more of a street punk feel to it. but its pretty good. i love dual vocals so i was a sucker for this band. i say pick this up.
  7. Sep 15,  · First pressing of on White vinyl, on Red, on Black. Includes insert. Initial Press were first issued in a darker version of the sleeve with title 4/5(1).
  8. Ice T's infamous and influential metal band debut. Includes "There Goes The Neighborhood" and "Body Count's In The House" The same iconoclastic, anti-authoritarian and pimp-turned-poet mentality that made Ice-T a gangster rap pioneer, a platinum artist from the streets and a household name in film and television before "rapper/actor" was a commonly used term, produced Body Count.

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