Horrified

Horrified is the only full-length studio album by American grindcore band Repulsion.wikipedia
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Grindcore

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Horrified is the only full-length studio album by American grindcore band Repulsion.
Kevin Sharp of Brutal Truth declares that "Horrified was and still is the defining core of what grind became; a perfect mix of hardcore punk with metallic gore, speed and distortion."

Goregrind

This album was influential on later goregrind bands.
Despite the early impact of albums such as Repulsion's Horrified and Impetigo's Ultimo Mondo Cannibale, the origins of the genre really lie with the British band Carcass, who began their career in the late 1980s.

Repulsion (band)

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Horrified is the only full-length studio album by American grindcore band Repulsion. They were then remixed in March 1989 at Silver Tortoise Soundlab, Ann Arbor, Michigan by Jonas Berzanskis, Scott Carlson and Aaron Freeman, and produced by Doug Earp and Repulsion.
* Horrified (Necrosis Records, 1989; Relapse Records, 1992, 2003; Southern Lord Records, 2006)

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They were then remixed in March 1989 at Silver Tortoise Soundlab, Ann Arbor, Michigan by Jonas Berzanskis, Scott Carlson and Aaron Freeman, and produced by Doug Earp and Repulsion.
A short time afterwards, Olivo and Carlson moved back to Michigan and reformed Repulsion, along with Dave 'Grave' Hollingshead, who had recently been arrested for grave robbing, where they recorded their debut album Horrified, along with new guitarist Aaron Freeman.

Record label

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It was originally released on Necrosis Records, a sublabel of Earache Records.

Earache Records

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It was originally released on Necrosis Records, a sublabel of Earache Records.

Flint, Michigan

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The tracks were recorded in June 1986 at a basement studio in Flint, Michigan.

Ann Arbor, Michigan

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They were then remixed in March 1989 at Silver Tortoise Soundlab, Ann Arbor, Michigan by Jonas Berzanskis, Scott Carlson and Aaron Freeman, and produced by Doug Earp and Repulsion.

Relapse Records

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In 1991, Repulsion got back together and recorded a demo titled Rebirth, some of which appeared on the Excruciation 7" released through Relapse Records. After the success of the 7", Relapse reissued Horrified in 1992.

Reissue

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In 1991, Repulsion got back together and recorded a demo titled Rebirth, some of which appeared on the Excruciation 7" released through Relapse Records. After the success of the 7", Relapse reissued Horrified in 1992.

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Early examples of the genre include Repulsion's Horrified, Impetigo's Ultimo Mondo Cannibale, and first two studio albums Carcass, which defined the genre.

Napalm Death: Thrash to Death

The first half of track #5 ("The Stench of Burning Death") is taken from Repulsion's 1986 demo tape, Horrified.''