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Dark Recollections [Full Dynamic Range Edition]

by Carnage

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Matthew Toye
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Matthew Toye Carnage's style has been copied and diluted so many times that they never get credited with starting it in the first place. I say fudge those copycats. Get one of Sweden's finest death metal releases right here. Favorite track: Torn Apart.
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patient_ot One of those overlooked classics of the early 90s death metal scene that I never got around to for a long time. Although not quite as catchy, I'd say this is just as good as the debut albums by bands such as Entombed or Dismember.

Earache also deserves credit for offering this FDR version. I wish more heavy rock/metal labels would follow suit, especially with more recent releases from the last 15 years (that always seem to have over-compressed mastering).
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xhrl_ Cynical, inconclusive, & very ghostly in sound, this LP shows our dreams of denial with a sudden realization of how much more comfortable we are in the caverns of darkness accented by light than in a world of machine-fed illumination. Songs begin with camouflaged allusions to the motives that will displace their unrelenting pummel, lifting a voice of potential harmony so that it may be struck nihilistically as if it were like false hope. Carnage’s first-wave Swedish death metal defined a sound!
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released March 12, 1990

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