Exodus - Exhibit B: The Human Condition FLAC album
Title: Exhibit B: The Human Condition
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Exhibit B: the Human Condition is a sequel album to their 2007 release, The Atrocity Exhibition. Exhibit A. The album art looks like a dark spin off of Leonardo Da Vinci's work, The Vitruvian Man. It depicts a skeleton, instead of a man. There are weapons in most of his hands and a suicide bomb strapped to his waist. This album debuted at on the Billboard 200 chart. This is their meanest album yet, with a very hateful and misanthropic attitude. I can't compare this music with any band other than Exodus. They have a very original style. This is an outstanding album and a good candidate for album of the year. These guys have been busier than bees in a soda can, with their lengthy touring schedule. At their gig that I saw last March, vocalist Rob Dukes told us that their new album would be their darkest and most brutal one yet. He wasn't bullshitting.
Exhibit B: The Human Condition is the ninth studio album by thrash metal band Exodus. The album picks up after The Atrocity Exhibitio. xhibit A, continuing with long, epic songs (averaging around 7 minutes) with darker themes centered around war, death, society, politics and religion. It was released on 7 May 2010 in Europe and was released on 18 May 2010 in the United States.
All other tracks recorded at Camp Crunch, Guerneville, California. Managed by Idol Management. This album is dedicated to the memory of Mike Alexander and Brian Redman. Other Versions (5 of 17) View All. Cat.
Exhibit B: the Human Condition (2010) by Exodus. Labels: Nuclear Blast. Genres: Thrash Metal Members: Rob Dukes, Gary Holt, Lee Altus, Jack Gibson, Tom Hunting. this album is the best of the year, with each album they release, exodus is becoming better and this album is the proof.
And the lads deliver once more on their 2010 offering, Exhibit B: The Human Condition (impressively, their fourth album over a six-year period - 2004-2010). As with the past few Exodus releases, guitarist Gary Holt and drummer Tom Hunting are the sole original members left in attendance.
Exhibit B is a more than worthy successor to The Atrocity Exhibition, and will blow minds and redefine thrash for fans old and new! Track Listings.
Enter Exhibit B: The Human Condition, which although not quite being a follow up, definitely sets the record straight. Even though the opening song "The Ballad of Leonard and Charles" is seven minutes, it never gets boring, The bridge sections are interesting enough to not bore the listener - seems they got it right this time. Beyond The Pale" is a pretty average track, but this is soon forgotten as soon as "Hammer and Life" comes on. A clear standout track, this could have been a "Bonded By Blood" track, and so the thrash assault continues.
Exhibit B: The human condition" (2010) is the ninth studio album by thrash metal legends EXODUS. You can always count on EXODUS to supply some good, old-fashioned, downright vicious thrash metal with each release. And the lads deliver once more on their 2010 offering! EXODUS has always liked it fast and furious, and they certainly don't disappoint with "Exhibit B: The human condition". Side A: 1. The Ballad Of Leonard And Charles. Side B: 4. Class Dismissed (A Hate Primer).
Exhibit B: The Human Condition. By: Exodus (6) (2010, Rock). More albums from Exodus (6): Fabulous Disaster by Exodus (6). The Atrocity Exhibition – Exhibit A by Exodus (6). Good Friendly Violent Fun by Exodus (6). Blood In Blood Out by Exodus (6). Force Of Habit by Exodus (6).
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||The Ballad of Leonard and Charles
Engineer [Additional Guitar Engineering], Keyboards [Keys] – Raymond Anthony
|2||Beyond the Pale||7:40|
|3||Hammer and Life||3:31|
|4||Class Dismissed (A Hate Primer)||7:15|
|6||March of the Sycophants||6:45|
|8||Burn, Hollywood, burn||4:05|
|10||The Sun is My Destroyer
Backing Vocals – Peter Tägtgren
|11||A Perpetual State of Indifference||2:24|
Soloist – Brendon Small
- Licensed From – Nuclear Blast
- Recorded At – Sharkbite Studios
- Recorded At – Camp Crunch
- Mixed At – Backstage Studios
- Mastered At – Backstage Studios
- Produced At – Backstage Studios
- Artwork By, Layout – Colin Marks
- Drums – Tom Hunting
- Electric Bass – Jack Gibson
- Electric Guitar – Gary Holt, Lee Altus
- Engineer – Adam Myatt
- Lead Vocals – Rob Dukes
- Lyrics By – Gary Holt (tracks: 2 to 8, 10 to 12), Rob Dukes (tracks: 1, 9)
- Management – Ross Erkers
- Music By – Gary Holt (tracks: 2 to 8, 10 to 12), Lee Altus (tracks: 1, 9)
- Producer, Mixed By, Mastered By – Andy Sneap
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7898410007930
- Other (batch ID): AA 500
|NB 2175-1, 27361 21751||Exodus||Exhibit B: The Human Condition (2xLP, Album)||Nuclear Blast, Nuclear Blast||NB 2175-1, 27361 21751||Germany||2010|
|NB 2175-2, 27361 21752, NB2175-2||Exodus||Exhibit B: The Human Condition (CD, Album)||Nuclear Blast, Nuclear Blast, Magnum Music||NB 2175-2, 27361 21752, NB2175-2||Taiwan||2011|
|NB 2175-8, 27361 21758||Exodus||Exhibit B: The Human Condition (2xLP, Album, Ltd, Pic)||Nuclear Blast, Nuclear Blast||NB 2175-8, 27361 21758||Germany||2010|
|NB 2175-2, 27361 21752||Exodus||Exhibit B: The Human Condition (CD, Album, Ltd, O-C)||Nuclear Blast, Nuclear Blast||NB 2175-2, 27361 21752||Germany||2010|
|BOBV582LPLTD||Exodus||Exhibit B: The Human Condition (2xLP, Album, RE, Cle)||Back On Black||BOBV582LPLTD||UK & Europe||2019|