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Exit-13 - Ethos Musick album download
Grindcore, Noise
  • Performer:
  • Title:
    Ethos Musick
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Grindcore, Noise
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  • Size FLAC version
    1466 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1511 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1203 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.1
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    889
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Ethos Musick Promo Disc ‎(CD, Album, Promo). The grunts are hardly comprehensible, but if you read the lyrics you'll find they talk about environmental policies, drugs, progress and several human habits, such as hunting or eating meat. There are many samples, probably taken from TV: speeches, interviews and lots of shooting

Tracklist: 1. Societally Provoked Genocidal Contemplation, 2. Ethos Musick, 3. Facilitate The Emancipation Of Your Mummified Mentality, 4. Diet For A New America, 5. Anthropocentric Ecocidal Conundrum, 6. Reevaluate Life!, 7. Legalize Hemp Now!, A Warm Wave Of Euphoria, 8. Open Season (The Story Of Hunter Slaughter), 9. My Minds Mine!, 10. Earth First!, 11. Only Protest Gives A Hope Of Life!, 12. Disemboweling Party, 13. An Electronic Fugue For The Imminent Demise Of Planet Earth.

Ethos Musick Promo Disc ‎(CD, Album, Promo). This is not a full-on grindcore album. There are many samples, probably taken from TV: speeches, interviews and lots of shooting

Released October 1, 1994. Ethos Musick Tracklist. 1. Societally Provoked Genocidal Contemplation Lyrics. 2. Ethos Musick Lyrics. 3. Facilitate the Emancipation of Your Mummified Mentality Lyrics. 4. Diet for a New America Lyrics.

Exit-13 - Ethos Musick 12 songs lyrics: Societally Provoked Genocidal Contemplation, Ethos Musick, Facilitate the Emancipation of Your Mummufied Mentality, Diet for a New America, Anthropocentric Ecocidal Conundrum, Reevaluate Life!, Legalize Hemp Now! (including a Warm Wave of Euphoria), Open Season (The Story of Hunter Slaughter), My Minds Mine!, Only Protest Gives a Hope of Life!.

Catalog ID: RR 6913-4. 13.

Tracklist

Societally Provoked Genocidal Contemplation 5:02
Ethos Musick 1:41
Facilitate The Emancipation Of Your Mummified Mentality 4:24
Diet For A New America 3:11
Anthropocentric Ecocidal Conundrum 3:43
Reevaluate Life! 1:43
Legalize Hemp Now! / A Warm Wave Of Euphoria 7:38
Open Season (The Story Of Hunter Slaughter) 5:23
My Minds Mine! 4:27
Earth First! 4:36
Only Protest Gives A Hope Of Life! 3:55
Disemboweling Party 1:28
An Electronic Fugue For The Imminent Demise Of Planet Earth 28:03

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RR 6913-2 Exit-13 Ethos Musick ‎(CD, Album) Relapse Records, Nuclear Blast RR 6913-2 Germany 1994
none Exit-13 Ethos Musick Promo Disc ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Relapse Records none US 1994
RR 6913-2 Exit-13 Ethos Musick ‎(CD, Album) Relapse Records RR 6913-2 US 1994
RR 6913-2 Exit-13 Ethos Musick ‎(CD, Album) Relapse Records RR 6913-2 US 1994
RR 6913-2 Exit-13 Ethos Musick ‎(CD, Album) Relapse Records RR 6913-2 1994
RR 6913-4 Exit-13 Ethos Musick ‎(Cass, Album) Relapse Records RR 6913-4 US 1994
RR 6913-1 Exit-13 Ethos Musick ‎(LP, Album, Bro) Relapse Records RR 6913-1 US 1994
RR 6913-1 Exit-13 Ethos Musick ‎(LP, Album, Gre) Relapse Records RR 6913-1 US 1994



Grokinos
The last track was unnecessary in my opinion...
Mananara
This is not a full-on grindcore album. It's rich in changes and messages. The grunts are hardly comprehensible, but if you read the lyrics you'll find they talk about environmental policies, drugs, progress and several human habits, such as hunting or eating meat. If the album has been parentally labelled it must have been because of its anti-system, provocative messages, rather than its offensive language, which is quite inexistent. There are many samples, probably taken from TV: speeches, interviews and lots of shooting. Track 10 "Earth First!" has no music at all, just an interview with activists from a radical ecological movement named with the song title. These inserts are very effective, they make you think and are a break among the brutality of the music. But the music itself is brilliantly diverse. The two vocalists have each their distinctive grunting: one extremely low-tone and the other wildly high-toned. The rhythm changes dramatically inside each track, ranging from outrageous thrash to power-metal mid-tempo and even slow motion R&B with acoustic guitars. It's an alternative piece of art in the wider sense of the word.