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Lost on Earth Review

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Lost on Earth

TypeEP
Released
GenresThrash Metal, Grindcore, Doom Metal
LabelsWar Wax
Length13:58
Album rating :  85 / 100
Votes :  1  (1 review)
Reviewer :  level 1         Rating :  85 / 100
Recorded over Halloween, the sound engineering is sub-par & uses triggers at the sound engineer's insistence, which the band protested against. The triggers went off randomly, screwing up the beats per minute & they also were clicky & just didn't sound good, providing an inauthentic sound that the band didn't sound like live. The guitars were also divided, and that kind of separation of sound is not what the band sounded like since they went for a wall of blended sound.

This EP features a re-recording of Final Conquest which was originally recorded with transitional line-up that included DJ on guitar & Neill on bass in 1995 for the Psycho Dubs cassette release. The original version of the song is more crust-punk, while this version of it has all the crust taken out of it & is more Metal.

This EP was more common than the split that was released using half the material. The split used the same cover, but it was a yellow cover with a different back cover that reflected that it was a split with 2 bands. This full EP was released on cassette & vinyl while the split was vinyl only. The full Lost On Earth EP also included a high quality black on white vinyl bumper sticker with the 1st 100 released.

Overall, the material is stronger than this recording of it. The sound engineering did not capture how the material actually sounded, so it's hard to rate it. There are live board recorded bootlegs & rehearsal tapes of this material that sound far better than this costly studio recording.
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Track listing (Songs)

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1.Lost on Earth2:28-0
2.Frozen Sunset3:58-0
3.Final Conquest4:01-0
4.Kill the King3:29-0

Line-up (members)

  • Timothy Wolfenbarger : Bass
  • Brad Day : Drums
  • Michael Standridge : Vocals
  • Christopher Greenway : First Guitar
  • David Arnette : Other Guitar
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