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Symbolic [Bonus Tracks]
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Album: Symbolic [Bonus Tracks]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Symbolic More Info...
2)    Zero Tolerance More Info...
3)    Empty Words More Info...
4)    Sacred Serenity More Info...
5)    1,000 Eyes More Info...
6)    Without Judgement More Info...
7)    Crystal Mountain More Info...
8)    Misanthrope More Info...
9)    Perennial Quest More Info...
10)    Symbolic Acts [Demo] More Info...
11)    Zero Tolerance [Demo] More Info...
12)    Crystal Mountain [Demo] More Info...
13)    Misanthrope [Demo] More Info...
14)    Symbolic Acts [4-track Demo] More Info...
 

Album: Symbolic [Bonus Tracks]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Symbolic More Info...
2)    Zero Tolerance More Info...
3)    Empty Words More Info...
4)    Sacred Serenity More Info...
5)    1,000 Eyes More Info...
6)    Without Judgement More Info...
7)    Crystal Mountain More Info...
8)    Misanthrope More Info...
9)    Perennial Quest More Info...
10)    Symbolic Acts [Demo] More Info...
11)    Zero Tolerance [Demo] More Info...
12)    Crystal Mountain [Demo] More Info...
13)    Misanthrope [Demo] More Info...
14)    Symbolic Acts [4-track Demo] More Info...
 
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Performer Notes
  • Death includes: Chuck Schuldiner.
  • Personnel: Chuck Schuldiner (vocals, guitar, drum programming); Gene Hoglan (guitar, drums, drum programming); Bobby Koelble (guitar).
  • Audio Mixer: Jim Morris .
  • Audio Remasterer: George Marino.
  • Recording information: Morrisound Recording, Tampa, FL.
  • Photographer: Rene Miville.
  • Nearly a decade into their career, Death show no signs of slowing down on Symbolic. Granted, some of the riffs are beginning to sound a little tired and there is no great leap forward in terms of their musical ideas, but the sheer visceral force of their sound should please their dedicated fans. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Professional Reviews
Melody Maker (5/27/95, p.36) - "...Scenes explode and disappear, fads catch on and then drift into oblivion, bands grow up, mature and mutate. Not Florida's finest, though...they always sound like Death....up there with 1988's LEPROSY, a gratifyingly unpleasant offering glowingly reviewed in these pages..."

Kerrang (Magazine) (p.49) - "With 21st century studio magic lending new vitality to Schuldiner's distinctive vocals and impeccable guitar work, this is an excellent opportunity to revisit a genre classic."

Record Collector (magazine) (p.89) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "This is as close to flawless as metal gets, and a testament to the drive and talent of the much-missed Schuldiner..."
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