Discharge ‎– Grave New World

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Recorded at Amazon Studios, Liverpool.

Lyrics for all songs printed inside the gatefold.

Etchings in Runout Area, both sides A and B - "Bilbo - Tape OK"

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
LETV454LP Discharge Grave New World(LP, Album, RE, TP) Let Them Eat Vinyl LETV454LP UK & Europe 2016 Sell This Version
LETV454LP Discharge Grave New World(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Cle) Let Them Eat Vinyl LETV454LP UK & Europe 2016 Sell This Version
PRO-1221-DJ Discharge Grave New World(LP, Promo) Profile Records, Rock Hotel Records PRO-1221-DJ US 1986 Sell This Version
RES-025 Discharge Grave New World(CD, Album, RE, Dig) Restricted Release RES-025 US 2017 Sell This Version
PCT-1221 Discharge Grave New World(Cass, Album) Profile Records, Rock Hotel Records PCT-1221 US 1986 Sell This Version

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Rizzo1966

Rizzo1966

March 19, 2018
I remember back in 1986 when I bought this God awful record. I got home and listened to it. I rang the record shop and all I wanted was my money back and they wouldn't give it to me. I have been stuck with this album ever since. Hopefully Discharge will 'Never Again" make another album like it. Listen to this album and you will be crying out those famous Discharge lyrics "WHY WHY WHY WHY WHY WHY WHY WHY?'
buddysrecords

buddysrecords

December 24, 2017
edited 6 months ago

Whilst not received well at the time by their original 'Punk' audience the band had been changing their approach for the previous 3 years leading up to this.. and the music here is really solid (if you like rock/HM), Rainy's bass playing is as great as ever, the lyrics are some of their best, though "Downward Spiral' was actually 'borrowed' from a poem which was printed in Punk Lives magazine..it's just those vocals..they sound weird even compared to other "rock" vocalists..Cal certainly wasn't going to be the next King Diamond, but overall an album worth checking out.. just don't expect "Realities of War" here.
BooleanGnumer

BooleanGnumer

October 28, 2017
edited 8 months ago
Releasing album of this genre and using that kind of vocals under the label of Discharge? that's fck-up of fck-ups.
kurtbrecht

kurtbrecht

October 27, 2017
Best Crossover Album of all time. Don't know why people doesn't like it. A milestone in the music business!!!!!
poneromusikologist

poneromusikologist

April 10, 2015
edited over 3 years ago
Best compleat fan-betraying stylistic fuck-up since the VILLAGE PEOPLE went New-Romantic, except I listen to this incredibly stupid fucking genius album ON PURPOSE.
That's how tough me is.
A tone-deaf Crust Punk "singer" exerting atonal falsetto wails that make LUST (Can) sound like Russel Mael is the nadir/zenith of western uncivilization.
This album is THEE punk/metal crossover mistake of all antiquity.
There's a reason people were so drunk in antiquity.
That's all they had to drink, was alcohol, you cunt.
Thus did being drunk and able to do a job well become an attribute.
Hence does A Lot of Pissheads exist in our uncivilization vestigially.