Fugazi - In on the Kill Taker (1993) (1 Viewer)

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Title: In on the Kill Taker
Artist: Fugazi
Released: 1993

Tracks:
1 - Facet Squared - 2:42
2 - Public Witness Program - 2:04
3 - Returning the Screw - 3:13
4 - Smallpox Champion - 4:01
5 - Rend It - 3:48
6 - 23 Beats Off - 6:41
7 - Sweet and Low - 3:36
8 - Cassavetes - 2:30
9 - Great Cop - 1:52
10 - Walken's Syndrome - 3:18
11 - Instrument - 3:43
12 - Last Chance for a Slow Dance - 4:38

Overview:
'In on the Kill Taker is the third full-length studio album by the American post-hardcore band Fugazi. It was released on June 30, 1993 through Dischord Records and was recorded at Inner Ear Studios and produced by Ted Niceley and Don Zientara. In on the Kill Taker captured the aggressiveness of the band's earlier releases while displaying a more diverse range of influences.

Due in part to the popularity of alternative rock in the early 1990s, In on the Kill Taker became the group's first album to debut on the Billboard charts and subsequently became the band's breakthrough album.'
 

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Oh man, this is a weird one for me because it's so many people's fav Fugazi album and it's more or less the only one that i've never really liked.
 

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Wow. When I saw this posted I was sure this thread would be covered in virtual spooge from the resulting circle jerk.

Thumped, you've changed man.
 

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Great album
I'm guessing if actually listen to it it's going to send me into a spiral of I hated living in Dubland and why did I drop out of college depression, seeing as it was bolted into my Walkman at the time.
 

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I quite like fugazi generally but I love this album. I still listen to it fairly regularly. There is no bad song and even the bits that might not be great don't last too long. Some of the singing I'm not mad about but it's grand and before you know it the other lad is singing, or it bursts into a mad catchy bit or something. It packs in a lot of variation and I really like the abrasive production. Deadly.
 

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It's one of those perfect guitar records, adore it. Makes me sad though, because they followed it with even better records and disappeared into the void....

Fucks sake, thanks Thumped
 

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I'm gonna give this a spin this evening even though I'm already bored
 
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