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Refused - The Shape Of Punk To Come (A Chimerical Bombination In 12 Bursts) mp3 album

  • Performer: Refused
  • Title: The Shape Of Punk To Come (A Chimerical Bombination In 12 Bursts)
  • Genre: Rock
  • Country: US
  • Formats: VOX AA AAC DMF MOD AHX WMA
  • Released: 1998
  • Style: Hardcore, Punk, Prog Rock
  • MP3 album: 1584 mb
  • FLAC album: 1524 mb
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 157
Refused - The Shape Of Punk To Come (A Chimerical Bombination In 12 Bursts) mp3 album

The Shape of Punk to Come: A Chimerical Bombination in 12 Bursts, often shortened to The Shape of Punk to Come, is the third album by Swedish hardcore punk band Refused, released in October 1998 through Burning Heart Records. Although Refused broke up only months after the album’s release, The Shape of Punk to Come has since found an audience for the band and largely contributed to their posthumous fame, as well as inspiring many later artists in a wide range of genres. The Shape of Punk to Come: A Chimerical Bombination in 12 Bursts Q&A.

队列表 Punk-Rock Refused The Shape of Punk to Come: A Chimerical Bombination in 12 Bursts. 9. Refused Are Fuckin' Dead. 10. The Shape of Punk to Come. 11. Tannhäuser, Derivè. 12. The Apollo Programme Was a Hoax. Disc 2: Live at Umeå Open festival (April 3, 1998). 1. 2. The Refused Party Program. 3. Circle Pit. 02:48. 4. Worms of the Senses, Faculties of the Skull. 5. Hook, Line and Sinker.

No band has ever mastered the ominous cymbal tap quite like Refused. On the Swedish hardcore band's final album and masterpiece, David Sandström's shivering tings signal a sort of warning. They usually come right as the band launches from tense, coiled quiet into all-out assault- or, if they're already in assault mode, from one head-spinning riff to another. Those transitions come up a lot on 1998's The Shape of Punk to Come, and they keep you on your toes.

I was promised 12 bursts in my chimerical bombination, i got 11 and the feeling of my heart ripped out from anticipation and stress for the last bang, only to find out they went small and personal, in the best fucking way possible. Protest Song '68. Refused Are Fuckin Dead.

album: "The Shape Of Punk To Come: A Chimerical Bombination in 12 Bursts" (1998). Worms Of The Senses, Faculties Of The Scull Liberation Frequency The Deadly Rhythm (Of The Production Line) Summer Holidays Vs. Punk Routine New Noise The Refused Party Program Protest Song '68 Refused Are Fucking Dead The Shape Of Punk To Come Tannhauser, Derive The Apollo Program Was A Hoax. The Shape Of Punk To Come" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.

The Shape of Punk to Come: A Chimerical Bombination in 12 Bursts, often shortened to The Shape of Punk to Come, is the third album by Swedish hardcore punk band Refused, released on October 27, 1998 through Burning Heart Records. Although Refused broke up only months after the album's release, The Shape of Punk to Come has since found an audience for the band and largely contributed to their posthumous fame, as well as inspiring many later artists in a wide range of genres.

Tracklist

A1 Worms Of The Senses / Faculties Of The Skull
A2 Liberation Frequency
A3 The Deadly Rhythm
A4 Summerholidays Vs. Punkroutine
A5 Bruitist Pome #5
A6 New Noise
A7 The Refused Party Program
B1 Protest Song '68
B2 Refused Are Fuckin Dead
B3 The Shape Of Punk To Come
B4 Tannhäuser / Derivè
B5 The Apollo Programme Was A Hoax

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – Audiodisc AB
  • Mastered At – Cutting Room

Credits

  • Bass [Upright] – Jakob Munck
  • Bass, Cello – Magnus Björklund
  • Drums, Guitar, Melodica – David*
  • Guitar, Bass, Drums – Kristofer*
  • Guitar, Sampler – Jon*
  • Mastered By [Vinyl Cut] – PD*
  • Recorded By, Producer, Mixed By, Mastered By – Andreas Nilsson, Eskil Lövström, Pelle Henricsson, Refused
  • Tambourine – Pelle Henricsson
  • Violin – Torbjörn Näsbom
  • Vocals – Dennis*

Notes

The lower right live photo on the front cover of Dennis Lyxzén is unique for this pressing. On later pressings the live photo is changed to a photo of Jon Brännström playing guitar instead. Comes with insert and black inner sleeve.

Mastering studio and - engineer uncredited, identifed by the etched scheme in the matrix runout.
Pressing company uncredited, identifed by the etched name in the matrix runout.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7391946079209
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): BHR 071 A PD-CR Audiodisc 980121
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): BHR 071 B PD-CR Audiodisc 980121

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
86981-1 Refused The Shape Of Punk To Come (A Chimerical Bombination In 12 Bursts) ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Num, Whi) Epitaph 86981-1 US 2019
BHR 071 Refused The Shape Of Punk To Come (A Chimerical Bombination In 12 Bursts) ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Burning Heart Records BHR 071 Sweden 1998
6981-1 Refused The Shape Of Punk To Come - A Chimerical Bombination In 12 Bursts ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, RM) Epitaph 6981-1 Europe 2010
86981-1 Refused The Shape Of Punk To Come (A Chimerical Bombination In 12 Bursts) ‎(2xLP, Album, RM, Blu + DVD) Epitaph 86981-1 US 2010
HS011 Refused The Shape Of Punk To Come (A Chimerical Bombination In 12 Bursts) ‎(CD) Highlight Sounds HS011 Brazil 2002



Reviews about Refused - The Shape Of Punk To Come (A Chimerical Bombination In 12 Bursts) (9):
Gavirus
is there any difference between the 1 and 2 disc versions? is there any reason not to get the single disc rather than having the music spread across two discs?
Asyasya
Still kind of a masterpiece. In response to an earlier review stating that it's not punk as its title states and that punk didn't end up sounding like this, the title is an homage to Ornette Coleman's The Shape of Jazz to Come, which similarly, was not what jazz ended up sounding like. That album was more like "The Shape of Ornette Coleman's Jazz to Come" because he carved such a unique niche for himself that even the most similar artists were not so similar. This album cover too is an homage to jazz album covers from the late 50s and early 60s which was a major turning point in the genre. The title signifies change, transformation, progression.
Foginn
They can call it punk in the title, but this is NOT a punk record. It's one thing to have some cross genre fusion elements injected into it for the sake of the evolution of sound, but it's an entirely different thing to throw the baby out with the bathwater, drop even the simplest most basic foundations of punk music and then act like this is how punk is from now on. If it was truly "future" punk as they so boldly implied, it certainly didn't catch on, because even now no real punk sounds anything like that. It's got to look like a duck and talk like a duck to be a duck.I like the album, but it's not the punk revolution it promised to be. I'm all for musicians breaking the mold and innovation in general but if you call a minivan a sports car, gear heads are going to still call it a minivan despite their advertisements.
felt boot
"punk rock, if it were to remain threatening and potent, couldn’t keep sounding like punk rock" Threatened and potent is the inherent sound of punk you cannot remove those elements. That's like saying "Blues music, if it remained about being down and out and kept it's improvised blues twang, couldn't keep sounding like blues."These elements that make punk punk once gone make the music not punk. You cannot make chocolate cake with vanilla.
Dianaghma
Well, first of all: This is hardcore and hardcore has drastically changed over time. Punk and hardcore do not sound so much like they've used to in the beginning. Secondly: "because even now no real punk sounds anything like that." That's because most nowadays punk bands haven't learned the lesson or have fully understood the point Refused have made. Oddly enough many "punk" bands are influenced by Refused but sadly picked up on the wrong things. "The thesis of 'The Shape of Punk to Come' – outlined clearly throughout the record – is that punk rock, if it were to remain threatening and potent, couldn’t keep sounding like punk rock."
Wenyost
does that even matter? geez, this is even tagged as PROG ROCK here...
Dagdarad
Correct me if I'm wrong, but there haven't been any remastered CD releases of this album, have there? There's a 96kHz/24bit download of the album from the 2010 remaster available from Pono, HDTracks, etc., but I just wanted to confirm that outside of the LP reissues the 2010 remaster isn't available on a physical format?
Ieslyaenn
there was a dvd release of TSOPTC in 2004. Remastered (and remixed) in 5.1 surround.https://www.discogs.com/Refused-The-Shape-Of-Punk-To-Come-A-Chimerical-Bombination-In-12-Bursts/release/615740
porosh
Quite possibly the most influential release in the 90's on the current main stream hard rock/metal sound, which can be heard in bands such as The Used, Hawthorne Heights and countless others. This album combined elements of traditional breakdown hardcore with screamo while retaining song composition, the likes that hasnt been seen since the early days of Bad Brains. While "humble" wouldnt describe the bands effort here, they certainly werent above stepping outside the boundaries of the traditional format of the days hardcore elements. This sociopolitical laden concept album sacrifices nothing in the way of auditory complexity. Songs like "The Shape of Punk to Come" reveal layer after layer of sonic depth. Tracks flow into each other and create a non-stop experience that makes it hard to listen to just one song. The album provides a great commentary on the current climate that is still relevant 10 years after the fact.

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