Napalm Death Punishment in Capitals (Live)

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  • Originally Released: 2007
  • Label: Eagle Records

Entertainment Reviews:

Q - 2/04, p.104
3 stars out of 5 - "[T]hey remain a remarkable band and one the British music industry should be justifiably proud of."

Tracks:

  • Buy for $0.991.Lucid Fairytale
  • Buy for $0.992.Take the Poison
  • Buy for $0.993.Next on the List
  • Buy for $0.994.Constitutional Hell
  • Buy for $0.995.Suffer the Children
  • Buy for $0.996.Cleanse Impure
  • Buy for $0.997.Politicians
  • Buy for $0.998.Breed to Breathe
  • Buy for $0.999.Vermin
  • Buy for $0.9910.The World Keeps Turning
  • Buy for $0.9911.Can't Play Won't Pay
  • Buy for $0.9912.Unchallenged Hate
  • Buy for $0.9913.Volume of Neglect
  • Buy for $0.9914.Narcoleptic
  • Buy for $0.9915.Hung
  • Buy for $0.9916.From Enslavement to Obliteration
  • Buy for $0.9917.Scum
  • Buy for $0.9918.Life
  • Buy for $0.9919.The Kill
  • Buy for $0.9920.Deceiver
  • Buy for $0.9921.You Suffer
  • Buy for $0.9922.Cure For a Common Complaint
  • Buy for $0.9923.Mass Appeal Madness
  • Buy for $0.9924.Greed Killing
  • Buy for $0.9925.Instinct of Survival
  • Buy for $0.9926.Nazi Punks Fuck Off
  • Buy for $0.9927.Back From the Dead
  • Buy for $0.9928.Siege of Power

Product Description:

Recorded live at ULU in London, England, April 27 2002.
Napalm Death has always been an interesting anomaly in the metal underground: generally considered to be the inventors of grindcore, the band eventually became a ragged patchwork of punk, death metal, and hardcore that was simultaneously sloppy, technical, unwaveringly ugly, and downright vicious. And political -- proof being this live DVD, shot in 2002 at a London animal rights benefit gig. Hence the anomaly; while slaughter, fantasy, and war are thematic crutches for much of the metal underground, Napalm is intent on righting the injustices of the world. Punishment in Capitals does a decent job of capturing the group's focus and intensity on-stage, the band rampaging through 28 songs in 90 minutes, from haphazardly arranged early donkey punches "Scum" and "Lucid Fairytale" to latter-day pneumatic drillers "Can't Play Won't Pay" and "Breed to Breathe." Visually, the live show is more than adequate, with enough camera angles to keep diehards relatively interested throughout, even if sonically the live mix is a bit gutted (strangely, the between-song chatter of singer Mark "Barney" Greenway is mixed much louder than his actual during-song vocalizations). Strictly for droolingly devoted Napalm drinkers is a jittery, D.I.Y., 45-minute documentary tacked on as a bonus feature, with mostly Barney-centric interviews covering relatively interesting territory (the band's political views) and the transcendentally mundane (what the band members eat before a show). Also added to the fray are two grainy cuts camcordered in Tokyo in 1996, and a half-dozen more culled from a particularly frenzied gig in Santiago, Chile, in 1997. Long-in-the-tooth Napalm punters will find plenty of meat and potatoes to consume in Punishment in Capitals, and the general no-bones-about-it approach nicely conveys the compelling grit of the hard-working and rightfully well-respected band at its center. [Snapper Music also released a CD edition, without the 1996 and 1997 bonus recordings.] ~ John Serba

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