Whitehouse ‎– Right To Kill, Dedicated To Dennis Andrew Nilsen

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Come Organisation ‎– WDC 881033
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Comes with fold-out lyrics sheet.

From the back cover:
"This record is of such nature that a very restricted number of copies have been made (aprox. 200) for general release."

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Whitehouse Right To Kill(CDr, RE, Unofficial) Not On Label none Japan Unknown Sell This Version
none Whitehouse Right To Kill(CDr, Ltd, RE, Unofficial) Not On Label none Portugal 2008 Sell This Version
WDC 881033 Whitehouse Right To Kill(LP, RE, Unofficial) Come Organisation (2) WDC 881033 Unknown Sell This Version

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thezovietdada

thezovietdada

March 1, 2018
Preludes the searing analog synth drones and increased focus on building tension that flourished on their opus Great White Death. The first releases were of course groundbreaking classics but it's great to hear the birth of the sound that made Great White Death such a great album, but with the raw, deliberately underproduced, intensity of the early recordings.
death1

death1

February 2, 2014

Immensely violent music, both lyrically and musically. 1983's Right to Kill is one of Whitehouses most notorious records. Featuring lyrics such as "Peel off her skin, Hammer her skull, And tear out her guts", it's no wonder why this record was released in such a limited quality. As for the audio content, the songs are surprisingly minimal, with most utilizing the same squeeling tones and screamed vocal stylings. The one issue I have with this album is that it's not exactly diverse. If you've heard the track "Cock Dominant" from this release then you've more or less heard the album in full. But with a length of 28:50 the album is finished before it starts to get boring. Not the best album by Whitehouse, and I also wouldn't suggest it to new whitehouse fans. This album should be resereved for dedicated Come Organisation enthusiasts like myself.