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Amen (2)Amen

Label:Music On Vinyl – MOVLP2053
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered, Silver, 180 gram
Country:Europe
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Alternative Rock, Punk, Heavy Metal

Tracklist

A1Coma America
A2Down Human
A3Drive
A4No Cure For The Pure
A5When A Man Dies A Woman
A6Unclean
A7I Don't Sleep
B1TV Womb
B2Private
B3Everything Is Untrue
B4The Last Time
B5Fevered
B6Broken Design
B7Resignation / Naked And Violent
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Notes

180 gram audiophile vinyl
Includes Insert
Limited edition of 1000 numbered copies on silver vinyl

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8719262005570

Other Versions (5 of 18)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Amen (CD, Album)Roadrunner Records, This Is An I Am Recording!RR 8656-2Europe1999
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Amen (CD, Album)Roadrunner Records, AtticRR 8656-2Canada1999
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Amen (CD, Album)Roadrunner RecordsRR 8656-2US1999
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Amen (CD, Album, Special Edition)Roadrunner Records, This Is An I Am Recording!RR 8656-9, 8086569RRUK1999
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Amen (CD, Album, Club Edition)Roadrunner RecordsRR 8656-2US1999

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koobyjoo's avatar
koobyjoo
Edited 3 months ago
This is one of those “you had to have been there” type of albums because Amen existed in an extremely short time period, unfairly lumped into the Nu Metal genre because of their association with producer Ross Robinson (who actually did a phenomenal job capturing the pure unadulterated aggression of the band on this record). As a fan of this album since I first scored a demo tape of Coma America, I can now say I own the definitive version of this record. I bought it without hesitation because Music on Vinyl released it and they are top notch with reissues. It’s an import so keep that in mind price-wise but it was worth every penny as the pressing is gorgeous, thick, glossy, dead silent, and dynamic as hell. Crank the volume and bask in this rare amalgamation of punk and metal. It still stands as one of the heaviest, most brutal albums ever (yeah I said that). This vinyl edition made me fall in love with the record all over again 23 years later. Now if only We’ve Come For Your Parents could get the same treatment (unlikely as Virgin Records held the rights and they’re not as flexible as Roadrunner).

An addendum: that “alternative rock” genre tag Discogs has for the record is both hilarious and absolutely incorrect.