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Corrupted : Nadie



This is Corrupted's first CD release and is called 'Nadie' which translates as "nobody"/"no-one". If we're to believe the chronology of the discography as it is on their website, then this is also their last release in 1995. This means they managed to produce 4 releases during that year. So at the very least there’s nothing wrong with their productivity.

There's just one thing I find lacking on this CD; a distinct lack of variation which is all too apparent. To make things worse the music hasn't gained anything new since the band began. They have indeed been productive, but it seems to come at the cost of having no time to develop new musical ideas.

On the other hand I doubt that the die-hard Corrupted fan would mind. Despite the lack of freshness in the music, the musical quality of each track is still just as high; as filthy, grim and spiteful as ever. I just hope for a little change in the next of their releases that I take on.

Reviewer's rating: Unrated

Information

Tracklist :
1. Nadie
2. Bajo De Cero
3. Esclavo

Translation:
1. Nobody/No-One
2. Down to Zero
3. Slave

Duration : Approx. 21 minutes

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Reviewed on 09-02-2006 by Arnstein Petersen
Aesthetic Death
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