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|2||Fragments [Anatomical Relics]||3:34|
|3||Dissect, Exhume, Devour ...||1:58|
|5||Malignant Cancroid Formation||1:52|
|6||Intravenous Molestation Of Obstructionist Arteries [O-Pus II]||0:57|
|7||Excavating The Iliac Fossa||1:53|
|8||Uncontrollable Proliferation Of Neoplasm||3:30|
|10||Enshrouned In Putrilage||2:14|
|11||Surgery For The Dead||2:19|
|12||Slithering Maceration Of Ulcerous Facial Tissue
Music By [Music Decomposed By] – General Surgery
|13||The Sickening Aroma Of A Rectal Carcinoma||1:37|
|14||Cirrhoetic Liver Distillation||1:18|
|16||Zu Atrapatu Arte
Music By [Music Decomposed By] – Kortatu
- Artwork ["scalpel, Scissors ..." Original] – Luisma
- Bass – Ramon*
- Design, Layout – David Najbrt
- Drums – Jose* (tracks: 1 to 7), Rojas (2) (tracks: 8 to 17)
- Engineer, Mixed By – Moncho* (tracks: 8 to 17), Rafa (9) (tracks: 1 to 7)
- Guitar – Ana (6), Luisma
- Music By [Music Decomposed By] – Haemorrhage (tracks: 1 to 11, 13 to 15, 17)
- Photography [Band Photo] – Patri "la India"
- Producer – Haemorrhage
- Vocals [Vox] – Lugubrious
Songs 1, 5, 7 were their side of the split EP with Damnable, released by T&M Recs [Germany] in September '97.
Tracks 8 - 16 recorded in February '98 at Reactor Studio, Madrid.
Song 9 featured on their side of the split EP with Ingrowing, released by Copremesis Recs [Czech Republic] in December '98.
Songs 10 - 12 are their side of the split EP with Groinchurn, released by Morbid Recs [Germany] in September '98.
Songs 13 - 16 are their side of the split EP with Denak, released by UpGround Recs [Spain] in September '98.
Track 17 recorded in March 2000 at Reactor Studio, Madrid.
"Extreme Ulceration" was the first song ever composed by Haemorrhage in 1991, but it was never recorded before, except on shitty rehearsal tapes. So we thought it could be a good chance to record a new version of that nine-years-old song for this CD."
Catalog# on the spine: COP 008
Catalog# on the CD: COP008
Total playing time: 35:21
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: COP008