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UNIFYING THEMES REDUX

Botch

Tech/Extreme Prog Metal


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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2002

Songs / Tracks Listing


1. God vs. Science (3:08)
2. Third Part in a Tragedy (1:42)
3. Inch by Inch (2:39)
4. O Fortuna (3:18)
5. Closure (3:10)
6. Contraction (2:32)
7. Ebb (3:24)
8. Stupid Me (1:38)
9. in Spite of This (4:49)
10. End of Discussion (2:56)
11. Wounded (3:17)
12. Liquored Up and Laid (3:32)
13. Leavers Take on Genesis (2:28)
14. Rock Lobster (3:09)
15. Frequenting Mass Transit (5:05)
16. Sudam (3:05)
17. Untitled (hidden track) (20:42)

Total Time 70:42

Line-up / Musicians


- Brian Cook / bass
- Dave Knudson / guitar
- Tim Latona / drum kit
- Dave Verellen / vocals

Releases information

This is a re-issue of the out-of-print compilation "The Unifying Themes of Sex, Death and Religion" (released in 1997) with eight additional tracks added. Songs come from the band's first two EPs, and also includes previously unreleased tracks and tracks from their split EPs and various artist compilations.

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