Death - Individual Thought Patterns

Label: Roadrunner Records - RR 9079 1 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Rock • Style: Death Metal
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Individual Thought Patterns is the fifth studio album by American death metal band Deathreleased on June 22,by Relativity Records. It is the only album by the band to feature guitarist Andy LaRocquethe first to feature drummer Gene Hoglan and the second and last to Death - Individual Thought Patterns bassist Steve DiGiorgio. Schuldiner's lyrics explore human facets including critiques of social norms, constructs and perceptions. Brown Skin Gal - Duke And His Jamaica Five - An Evening With Duke And His Jamaica Five to Metal-Rules.

The album was reissued and remixed by Relapse Records in October All songs written by Chuck Death - Individual Thought Patterns . All information is taken from the CD liner notes of the original release and the reissue.

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Maugami says:
Individual Thought Patterns continues Death's musical direction into that of progressive death metal. The 40 minute album is still home to the crushing riffs that Death has always employed, but similarly to Individual Thought Process' predecessor, Human, the riffs, solos, and drumming is much more technical than it ever has been before.

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