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Carcass - Dulabomber - Tear Your Heart Out (CDr, Album)


2007
Label: Maximumplusrecords - MPR CD 003 • Format: CDr Album • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: Dark Ambient, Illbient, Abstract, Leftfield, Experimental
Carcass - Dulabomber - Tear Your Heart Out (CDr, Album)

Back in Carcass released what might look on paper to be the "ultimate" editions of their albums. In the case of Heartwork, that set included the album (of course), a disc of impressive demos, and a DVD with an entertaining interview with the band all contained in an expansive package with liner notes, etc/5().

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 · Rich and tear your hear out symphonic SACD's I am totally surrounded by friends, relatives, coworkers, family, you name it that do not like classical music, there is one piece of music that I play for these folks everytime they want to hear my system and the reaction always is OH WOW.


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  1.  · Torn Arteries, an Album by Carcass. Released 17 September on Nuclear Blast. Genres: Melodic Death Metal. Rated # in the best albums of /5(4).

  2.  · Torn Arteries, an Album by Carcass. Released 17 September on Nuclear Blast (catalog no. NB ; CD). Genres: Melodic Death Metal. Rated # in the best albums of Featured peformers: Jeff Walker (bass, vocals), Bill Steer (guitar, vocals), Dan Wilding (drums, vocals), Zbigniew M. Bielak (cover art)/5(4).

  3.  · 3. Carcass played all of Heartwork songs live prior to the album's release — to Walker's chagrin. When Carcass toured with Death and Cannibal Corpse in spring they played the entire Heartwork album, even though Walker didn't greenlight the move. "All the others wanted to do it, but I never saw the point," he told Metal ted Reading Time: 8 mins.

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