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God Is Dead (2001)

Artist: Heart Attack
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Format: CD
Sku: 60507854
UPC: 760291009020
UPC 14: 00760291009020
Release Date: 1/18/2002
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
1. Hitler
2. Everybody Wants To Rock And Roll
3. You Can't Wait
4. Young And Dangerous
5. KGB
6. Shotgun
7. I Don't Want You Anymore
8. You
9. Society
10. Chains And Knives
11. God Is Dead
12. Death And Destruction
13. Sick Kid
14. God Is Dead
15. You
16. Shotgun
17. Society
18. English Cunts
19. Trendies
20. From What I See
21. Victims Inquisition
22. Last War, The
23. Man's World
24. Wheels Over Indian Trails
25. Toxic Lullabye
26. Self Control
 

Album Notes and Credits


Notes & Personnel Info
Muze PNote Heart Attack includes: Jesse Malin.
Muze PNote Heart Attack was as good as any band on the early '80s New York hardcore punk scene, and were -- Bad Brains aside -- the most exciting. They were like a sped-up Clash, with their jackhammer thrills and blasting, primitive, but oddly tight-wound sound. The killer God is Dead 7" perfectly documented what I speak of and comprises tracks 14-16 on this chronological disc. Two later 12" EPs were good too; the first EP, Keep Your Distance, suffered from awful, muddy sound, and the latter, Subliminal Seduction, traded a little of that intensity for a new sophistication -- as vocalist Jesse Malin turned, oh, 15 (ha!) and grew tired of the new bandwagon-jumping hardcore copycats. As good as these are, the real finds are the Mojo Demos, which captures the early mainlining stuff. You can all but see this precocious kid with a big boy's brain and his pals hopping all over the stage like a 33 RPM record at 45, in their "combat boots, crew cuts, and ripped t-shirts," as Bryan Swirsky remembers in his liner notes. You can hear the mixture of Malin's evident zeal and believable snarl that barely hid the excitement these guys had unleashing their pent-up energy, and how frenzied but controlled it all still sounds. You didn't "have to be there," in other words. Get past the first five tracks, which is lesser '77 punk from grade school days, though even those aren't bad. Faster than punk but slower than the later thrash, put them up against the way-lesser Dischord bands of the era, and you'll like the group even more. Heart Attack were a far cry from Malin's 20s, leading D Generation, or his solo output. But what a prodigy he was. A life of rock 'n' roll sure came from this outrageous wellspring! ~ Jack Rabid

Compilation Appearances

Muze Music Compilations New York Thrash

Technical Info

Music Release Date Release Date : 01/22/2002
Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 2001
Music CatalogId Catalog ID : 90
Music Label Name Label : Broken Rekids
Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 1
Music Studio or Live Studio/Live : Studio
Music Mono or Stereo Mono/Stereo : Stereo
Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
Music UPC UPC : 00760291009020

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