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Tracklist

1 WFMU New Jersey, USA (August 29, 1996)
2Blind Leading The Blind
3Cornucopia
Written-By – Black Sabbath
4Black Door Mine
5K.A.P.
6Choice Of A New Generation
7Media Blitz
Written-By – The Germs
8Fisting
9 Live At The Powerstation In Auckland, New Zealand (September 18, 1998)
10I Killed My Family
Written-By – YDI
11Jemenez Cricket
12 Kill Trend Suicide Bonus Track
13Vision
14Fucktoy
15Born To Die
Written-By – M.D.C.
16 Sounds Of The Animal Kingdom Bonus Tracks
17Bite The Hand
18 Live At Club Quattro, Tokyo, Japan (February 12, 1998)
19Kill Trend Suicide
20 Split 12" With Boredoms
21Die Laughing
22Cybergod
Written-By – Nausea
23Ill-Neglect
24Birth Of Ignorance
25Callous
26Zombie
27Stench Of Profit
28Foolish Bastard
29Denial Of Existence
30Painted Clowns
31 Live At Muse Hall, Kyoto, Japan (February 13, 1998)
32Everflow
33Time
34No Sleep
35Godplayer
36Average People
37Dead Smart
38Let's Go To War
39Walking Corpse
40 Live At The Annandale Hotel, Sydney, Australia (August 1998)
41Bubblebop Shop
Drums – Scott LewisWritten-By – Boredoms
42Cornucopia
43Humanity's Folly
44Soft Mind
45It's After The End Of The World
Written-By – Sun Ra
46 Live At On Air West, Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan (February 16, 1998)
47Pass Some Down
48 Live At The Corner Hotel, Melbourne, Australia (1998 Or 1996)
49 Live At Club Quattro, Tokyo, Japan (February 20, 1995)
50Judgement
51Hippie Cult
Written-By – Agathocles
52Collateral Damage
53Promise
54Intro / Dementia
55Telly
Vocals – Bucky
56Dethroned Emperor
Written-By – Celtic Frost
57Repeat At Length
Written-By – S.O.B.
58Boredoms Cover #2
Drums – Scott LewisWritten-By – Boredoms
59Homesick
60 Bonus Tracks
61Pork Farm
62Sympathy Kiss

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
RR 6425-2Brutal Truth Goodbye Cruel World! ‎(2xCD, Album + File, WAV)Relapse RecordsRR 6425-2US1999
apathic 015-1Brutal Truth Goodbye Cruel World! ‎(3xLP, Ltd, Num)Apathic View Productionsapathic 015-1Germany2011

Credits

  • Layout, DesignLuis Sendon

Notes

Pressed on three 12" records on 180 gram heavy black vinyl, boxed in a 350 gram heavy double fold out cover. Completely new cover and layout design. This version has a different running order and three exclusive songs that were not included on the CD version.
However the song "Zodiac" from the split 7" with Melvins is missing as are the tracks from the "Machine Parts +4" 7"

There is also a very limited version (73 copies), with an exclusive t-shirt, boxed together with the 3xLP in an extra polyester record bag bearing the Brutal Truth logo.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 278825 87884
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 93787E1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 93787E2/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): 93787E3/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): 93787E4/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side E): 93787E5/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side F): 93787E6/A

Companies

  • Licensed From – Relapse Records
  • Pressed By – GZ Digital Media – 93787E
  • Recorded At – The Annandale Hotel
  • Recorded At – Club Quattro, Tokyo
  • Recorded At – Muse Hall
  • Recorded At – On Air West

Video

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Brutal Truth - Goodbye Cruel World! mp3

Performer: Brutal Truth

Title: Goodbye Cruel World!

Country: Germany

Release date: Jul 2011

Label: Apathic View Productions

Style: Grindcore

Catalog: apathic 015-1

Genre: Rock

Size MP3: 2587 mb

Rating: 4.9 / 5

Votes: 227

Record source: 3 × Vinyl, LP

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Hurus
Maybe i'm missing something, but despite the effort put into the packaging and layout, they have ommitted any reference of where the songs are originally from (live records, bonus tracks etc.) which drives me nuts.
Hurus
Maybe i'm missing something, but despite the effort put into the packaging and layout, they have ommitted any reference of where the songs are originally from (live records, bonus tracks etc.) which drives me nuts.