Top 10 Songs on Napalm Death's from Enslavement to Obliterationchristangrant From Enslavement to Obliteration is the 2nd album by Grindcore band Napalm Death. it was released in 1988. It is the final studio album with vocalist Lee Dorrian and guitarist Bill Steer, and the first to feature bassist Shane Embury, the band's longest-tenured member. The album's lyrical themes cover a variety of social and political topics, including misogyny / sexism ("It's a M.A.N.S World" and "Inconceivable?"), animal rights ("Display to Me…"), racism ("Unchallenged Hate" and "From Enslavement to Obliteration"), materialism ("Private Death"), and anti-capitalism ("Make Way!"). The album calls for social change, as seen in the song "Uncertainty Blurs the Vision," quoting Rudimentary Peni at the song's conclusion.
This album just like Scum is considered to be one of the foundations of Grindcore and this one showcased the Grindcore sound more than Scum did. Shane Embury has said that they recorded the album in 6 days and it costed about £800's to complete (Which in today's money would equal $1,107.98)
The Top Ten
The title track from my favorite album, this song is also one of the best songs Napalm Death made - christangrant
This track would later be the title of EP which came out after this album did. - christangrant
It's the shortest song on the album but It's one of the best because Napalm Death are masters at short songs (their best song is You Suffer which is 1 second long) - christangrant
Whenever I hear the word Inconceivable I instaly hear Vinnizi from the Princess Bride saying it (he was played by Wallace Shawn) - christangrant
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2. Display to Me...
3. Mentally Murdered