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Death (2)Individual Thought Patterns

Label:Relapse Records – RR7171
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered, Milky Clear With Splatter
Country:Europe
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Death Metal, Progressive Metal

Tracklist

A1Overactive Imagination
A2In Human Form
A3Jealousy
A4Trapped In A Corner
A5Nothing Is Everything
B1Mentally Blind
B2Individual Thought Patterns
B3Destiny
B4Out Of Touch
B5The Philosopher
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Notes

Exclusive European release of 2500 available through https://eu.relapse.com/
Includes foldout insert sheet and digital download code.

Gene Hoglan credited for "Prop".
Plastic outersleeve sticker say "LP7171R" for Catalog Number.

℗&© 1993, 2011, 2017 Perseverance Holdings Ltd under exclusive worldwide license to Relapse Records Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 81676 71711 8

Other Versions (5 of 77)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Individual Thought Patterns (CD, Album)Roadrunner Records, RelativityRR 9079 2Netherlands1993
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Individual Thought Patterns (LP, Album)Roadrunner RecordsRR 9079 1Netherlands1993
Individual Thought Patterns (Cassette, Album, Unofficial Release)Star749Poland1993
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Individual Thought Patterns (Cassette, Album, Repress, Stereo, Red)Metal Mind RecordsMASS 0057Poland1993
Individual Thought Patterns (Cassette, Album)Hades Records (3)023Turkey1993

Reviews

  • Tsattho666's avatar
    Tsattho666
    Edited 3 years ago
    Completely agree with the previous comments. Sounds bad, specially the drums section. Far away from a cd version.
    • Gut-Punch_Records's avatar
      Sounds absolutely AWFUL, and the quality of the vinyl is abysmal, with lots of background noise.
      • frac's avatar
        frac
        Edited 3 years ago
        Overall this is a slight different version (remixed? maybe some may have some more info), it is more raw:
        - misses "obsession" (A1) and "nothing/everything" (A5) echoes
        - drums possibly re-equalized (re-recorded maybe?), stripped of some clarity, snare has definitely different sound, splashes and hats almost no mid range.
        - vocals are flattened and falls a bit in the back
        - guitars, bass lines are the same, just not that much richness
        - solos have no delays anymore (I am missing it a lot in A5)
        - key effects barely audible
        - overall lack of cohesion in sound image (using the mastered version for the CD to press the vinyl? less dynamic range as loudness-compression does not work well for vinyl + it's colored)
        - B5 is the longer version

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