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Death, the heavy metal institution founded, realized, and helmed by legendary guitarist Chuck Schuldiner, issued the Individual Thought Patterns album (the follow-up to their watershed Human release) in 1993. Expectations were high following Human, but Schuldiner proved once again that he could rise to any occasion. Individual Thought Patterns further honed the forward-thinking and progressive direction birthed with Human, and included "The Philosopher"; arguably the best song to ever come from the world of extreme metal and to this date the most widely-recognized.
Death, the heavy metal institution founded, realized, and helmed by legendary guitarist Chuck Schuldiner, issued the Individual Thought Patterns album (the follow-up to their watershed Human release) in 1993. Expectations were high following Human, but Schuldiner proved once again that he could rise to any occasion. Individual Thought Patterns further honed the forward-thinking and progressive direction birthed with Human, and included "The Philosopher"; arguably the best song to ever come from the world of extreme metal and to this date the most widely-recognized.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: RELAPSE
Rel. Date: 07/09/2021
UPC: 781676448418

Individual Thought Patterns [LP]
Artist: Death
Format: Vinyl
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DISC: 1
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1. Overactive Imagination
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2. In Human Form
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3. Jealousy
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4. Trapped In A Corner
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5. Nothing Is Everything
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6. Mentally Blind
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7. Individual Thought Patterns
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8. Destiny
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9. Out Of Touch 1
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10. The Philosopher
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1. Leprosy (Live In Germany - April 13th, 1993)
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2. Suicide Machine (Live In Germany - April 13th, 1993)
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3. Living Monstrosity (Live In Germany - April 13th, 1993)
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4. Overactive Imagination (Live In Germany - April 13th, 1993)
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5. Flattening Of Emotions (Live In Germany - April 13th, 1993)
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6. Within The Mind (Live In Germany - April 13th, 1993)
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7. In Human Form (Live In Germany - April 13th, 1993)
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8. Lack Of Comprehension (Live In Germany - April 13th, 1993)
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9. Trapped In A Corner (Live In Germany - April 13th, 1993)
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10. Zombie Ritual (Live In Germany - April 13th, 1993)
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11. The Exorcist (Studio Outtake)
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1. Overactive Imagination (Four Track Demos - Chuck & Gene - December 1992)
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2. In Human Form (Four Track Demos - Chuck & Gene - December 1992)
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3. The Philosopher (Four Track Demos - Chuck & Gene - December 1992)
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4. Trapped In A Corner (Four Track Demos - Chuck & Gene - December 1992)
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5. Individual Thought Patterns (Four Track Demos - Chuck & Gene - December 1992)
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6. Jealousy (Four Track Demos - Chuck & Gene - December 1992)
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7. Nothing Is Everything (Four Track Demos - Chuck & Gene - December 1992)
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8. Destiny (Four Track Demos - Chuck & Gene - December 1992)
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9. Mentally Blind (Four Track Demos - Chuck & Gene - December 1992)
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10. Out Of Touch (Four Track Demos - Chuck & Gene - December 1992)
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11. In Human Form (Chuck's Riff Tape - 1992)
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12. The Philosopher (Chuck's Riff Tape - 1992)
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13. Trapped In A Corner (Chuck's Riff Tape - 1992)
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Death, the heavy metal institution founded, realized, and helmed by legendary guitarist Chuck Schuldiner, issued the Individual Thought Patterns album (the follow-up to their watershed Human release) in 1993. Expectations were high following Human, but Schuldiner proved once again that he could rise to any occasion. Individual Thought Patterns further honed the forward-thinking and progressive direction birthed with Human, and included "The Philosopher"; arguably the best song to ever come from the world of extreme metal and to this date the most widely-recognized.
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