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Iw - Death Patterns download album
Drone, Downtempo, Minimal
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    Death Patterns
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    Drone, Downtempo, Minimal
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Death - Individual Thought Patterns (1993).

Individual Thought Patterns is the fifth studio album by American death metal band Death, released on June 22, 1993, by Relativity Records. It is the only album by the band to feature guitarist Andy LaRocque, the first to feature drummer Gene Hoglan and the second and last to feature bassist Steve DiGiorgio. Schuldiner's lyrics explore human facets including critiques of social norms, constructs and perceptions.

Album Name Individual Thought Patterns. Data de aparición 15 Junio 1993. Labels Relativity Records Roadrunner Records. Enregistrado en Morrisound Studios. Estilo MusicalTechnical Death. Miembros poseen este álbum792. Re-Issue in 2011 by Relapse Records.

Death - Individual Thought Patterns 10 songs lyrics: Overactive Imagination, In Human Form, Jealousy, Trapped In A Corner, Nothing Is Everything, Mentally Blind, Individual Thought Patterns, Destiny, Out Of Touch, The Philosopher. Technical Death Metal, Death Metal. D. Death Lyrics (62 songs). Individual Thought Patterns Lyrics (10 songs).

All lyrics from Individual Thought Patterns album, popular Death songs with tracklist and information about album. Album Individual Thought Patterns (1993). Labels Roadrunner Records, Relativity. Andy LaRocque, Chuck Schuldiner.

Death Individual Thought Patterns. Individual Thought Patterns. Death's most unique album. A beautifuly made album.

In contrast to Death's former album, Individual Thought Patters doesn't suffer from lack of comparison - the exact opposite, Individual Thought Patterns suffers from excess of comparison. Its unfortunate position in Death's discography - between the incredible Human and the legendary Symbolic - make it seems much inferior. While I do in fact think that the album is not as good as the ones surrounding it, I still insist that it is one of the greatest Death Metal albums of all time.


A1 Shimmering in the Prescence 13:03
A2 Prepared Patterns in Death 15:37
B1 Should We Become Too Powerful 14:06
B2 A Cancer to Spare Us 14:49


Soft plastic poly shells with vintage pages of mathematical formulas glued to the outside. Hand-painted water-color ink blot images in brownscale and greyscale, and inside information printed in brown onto transparent labels. Transparent smokey cassette shells with silver screws and no liner, labelled with hand-typed titles from a vintage typewriter and stamped with the Auris bottle in white ink. Hand-numbered serial inside.

Limited to 60 copies [20 greyscale / 40 brownscale].