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Streetcleaner - Godflesh - Streetcleaner (CD, Album)

Label: Combat - 88561-2023-2,Earache - 88561-2023-2 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Industrial, Doom Metal, Experimental
Streetcleaner - Godflesh - Streetcleaner (CD, Album)

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 · Album Description. Godflesh's first full album built on the strengths of their self-titled EP and then some, resulting in one of the darkest, best classics of grindcore (admittedly a label Broadrick himself always hated).Brand: Godflesh.

 · Paul Neville: Guitars (tracks 6 - 10) The title Streetcleaner may have originated from the band Whitehouse, one of Justin's influences. On their Right to Kill album they have a song called The Street Cleaner which might have influenced the band to choose that for their first full length album title. On the original copy of the CD, tracks 6 and 83%(7).

Streetcleaner is the debut studio album by English industrial metal band Godflesh. It was released on 13 November through Earache Records and was reissued with a second disc of previously unreleased material on 21 June

 · As an interesting bonus, the CD version contains four tracks originally recorded for an EP but never formally released as such, including the planned title song "Tiny Tears," and "Wound," later re-recorded and remixed for other releases/10().

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2 thoughts on “Streetcleaner - Godflesh - Streetcleaner (CD, Album)”

  1. Streetcleaner doesn't burst forth from your speakers so much as it oozes out, a primordial industrial-metal sludge that's almost unspeakably doomy in its pummelling. It's more about atmosphere than technicality and more about heaviness than complexity, but Godflesh accomplish their goals so well on this album that it's hard to take issue/5().

  2. Spawned from the breakup of Napalm Death, Godflesh took an altogether different approach to extremity with their debut album 'Streetcleaner', setting up their industrial strength urban sprawl sound with a bone-crushing intensity.

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