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Crucifix - 1983 - Dehumanization (Lp) [APN]

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  1. anarcho-punk.net

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    Aug 7, 2009
    Crucifix - 1983 - Dehumanization (Lp).zip
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    Crucifix - Dehumanization - 01 - Annihilation.mp3
    Crucifix - Dehumanization - 02 - How When Where.mp3
    Crucifix - Dehumanization - 03 - Skinned Alive.mp3
    Crucifix - Dehumanization - 04 - Prejudice.mp3
    Crucifix - Dehumanization - 05 - No Limbs.mp3
    Crucifix - Dehumanization - 06 - Another Mouth To Feed.mp3
    Crucifix - Dehumanization - 07 - Search For The Sun.mp3
    Crucifix - Dehumanization - 08 - Indochina.mp3
    Crucifix - Dehumanization - 09 - Three Miles To Oblivion.mp3
    Crucifix - Dehumanization - 10 - See Through Their Lies.mp3
    Crucifix - Dehumanization - 11 - Death Toll.mp3
    Crucifix - Dehumanization - 12 - Blind Destruction.mp3
    Crucifix - Dehumanization - 13 - Rise And Fall.mp3
    Crucifix - Dehumanization - 14 - Stop Torture.mp3

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    Release Date : 1983

    Recorded at Peter Miller's Studio, San Francisco, August 1983.

    Crucifix Biography

    Crucifix is a hardcore band originally from Berkeley, California. The band was started in 1980, fronted by Sothira Pheng, whose family had fled Cambodia when the Khmer Rouge took power. The band broke up in 1985.
    Crucifix has been sampled by [a=Orbital] on the track "Choice".
    Sothira Pheng - Vocals
    Matt Borruso - Bass
    Jimmy Crucifix - Guitar
    Chris Douglas - Drums

    Band members: Sothira Pheng, Matt Borruso, Martin Köb, Christopher Douglas, Jim Schmidt (2), Jake Smith (6)
    Band ex-members: , Charles Hanson, Bryce Kanights, Drew Bernstein

    There are more artists with this name:

    01. Crucifix was a classic American hardcore punk band from San Francisco who were active in the early '80s. Though graphically and lyrically they were similar to UK anarcho-punk bands of the time, they played fast, high-octane hardcore a la Reagan Youth, which many peace punk bands that followed would eventually cite as a major influence.

    Members Matt Borruso and Chris Douglas were later in New York band Loudspeaker and vocalist Sothira Pheng went on to form Proudflesh

    02. Crucifix was also a brutal death metal band from Dallas (USA). Started in 1989 as a heavy metal band then they turned to more dark and sinister sounding. During a couple of years these texan guys released two demos: "Crucifix" (1991) and "Barriers" (1992). After that musicians decided to release full-length named "Visions Of Nihilism" and signed to JL America. Unfortunately, the album hadn't seen the light of day.

    But a compilation of band's demos of the same name was released in 2013 on Dark Blasphemies Records. The last thing Crucifix made was an EP called "Remains" released in 2014.

    Last line-up: Kelly Smith (Bass); Robin Kennon (Drums); Jeff Ross (Guitar); Mark Bagwell (Guitar); Robert Cortinas (Vocals).

    03. Crucifix is a Danish death metal band formed in Skjern in 1993.
    Current line-up:
    Morten "Måns" Adsersen - Guitar (ex-Lunar Caustic, Bazooka, ex-PPGS, Apparatus)
    Rune Gangelhof - Guitar (also in Bloodrush, Megalomania 999)
    Lars Groth - Drums (ex-Church Bizarre, ex-Victimizer (Dnk), ex-Lunar Caustic, Demon Realm)
    Simon Skyrme - Vocals and bass (ex-Nothing Less, ex-Sicment).
    After four demos and a live recording, in august 2008 they released their first official full-length, "Threnody of the Crucifix".

    04. Hip Hop artist Crucifix (aka BabyBlue). He first burst onto the underground music scene in 2005 with the release of his independent, controversial double disc debut, "My Life's Prayer". Blending a smooth mix of aggressive, fast-fire hip hop. Strong, heartfelt vocals. A passionate, pain filled delivery and emotional, no holds barred lyrical content. Crucifix will release My Death's Prayer in 2010.

    05. Rapper from Memphis, Tennessee. He is known for his 1995 album called 'Da Clouds In Me'. He was also featured on We Creep, a bonus track off the re-release of the landmark Memphis album Ashes II Ashes, Dust II Dust, by Tommy Wright III

    Disclaimer: this biography was gathered automatically through an external music database and could be inaccurate. We don't control the information found here.

    Label - Corpus Christi

    For unofficial releases using the Corpus Christi name, see Corpus Christi (2).


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  2. The Hat

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    Is this the only U.S. band to appear on the CRASS offshoot label Corpus Christi? (I know Annie Anxiety was on the CRASS label proper. She was from New York City.)
  3. cickoarar

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    Aug 30, 2019
    bombai Slovenia

    MDC also on Crass label.-- not on corpus christi tho but still cool --. multi death corp. EP . cheers
  4. The Hat

    The HatExperienced Member Experienced member




    That's right, but that was the BRITISH release. The U.S. version of that e.p. came out on Radical Records in the states, but thanks for pointing that out. I forgot all about that.
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