Whitehouse ‎– Great White Death

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Come Organisation ‎– WDC 881069
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Tracklist

A1 Great White Death 2:27
A2 Ass Destroyer 3:14
A3 You Don't Have To Say Please 8:28
B1 Rapemaster 3:19
B2 I'm Comin' Up Your Ass 7:25
B3 We've Got The Power 2:57

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Recorded at IPS Studios Nov/Dec 1984.
A number of copies for sale in the US came with a poster

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SLCD002 Whitehouse Great White Death(CD, Album, RE, RM) Susan Lawly SLCD002 UK 1991 Sell This Version
WDC 881069 Whitehouse Great White Death(LP, RE) Come Organisation (2) WDC 881069 Unknown Sell This Version
WDC 881069, none Whitehouse Great White Death(LP, Promo) Come Organisation, Susan Lawly WDC 881069, none UK 1989 Sell This Version
VFSL07 Whitehouse Great White Death(LP, Album, RE, Ltd) Very Friendly VFSL07 UK 2010 Sell This Version
SLCD017 Whitehouse Great White Death (Special Edition)(CD, Album, RM, S/Edition) Susan Lawly SLCD017 UK 1997 Sell This Version

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christianolson

christianolson

August 21, 2015
Hey Discogs! Why aren't you being vigilant about sellers listing on this page...this version..,then saying at the bottom of their offer "peter kurten cover." I believe that's a separate listing. Not to mention it's a fucking bootleg.
Discogs gets all over my ass if I start a new listing and I put a comma in the wrong place. Yet they're letting assholes try and pawn off their GWD boots as the original.
Shane shame shame.
Scrap_Iron

Scrap_Iron

June 20, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

"Great White Death" remains Whitehouse's masterpiece. After almost ten records filled with hisses, whistles and screams, the sound turns into menacing and creepy electronics, not very noisy but much more disturbing. Bennet's vocals reach their best in hymns like "You Don't Have To Say Please" and "I'm Coming Up Your Ass", evil, vile, violent and sick. Somehow I think the second period of Whitehouse's activity never was as brilliant as the first, and that still today they keep living on the fame and perfection of this LP.