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Behind Enemy Lines

One Nation Under The Iron Fist Of God (with book)

(Aus Rotten, Caustic Christ, React, Pist)

Profane Existence 98

Released on January 7, 2014

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This is the anthemic follow-up to BEHIND ENEMY LINES’ brilliant first two albums. This contains the ferocious sound of their previous efforts along with a powerful Scandi-crust machine-gun-like punch and of course the scathing, hyper-political lyrics that aren't afraid to name names and list addresses for those responsible for fucking over the world. In addition to the normal CD jewel case and packaging, this package includes a separate perfect-bound, 64-page book with the lengthy lyrics, dozens of political posters and additional artwork. If you do not already know BEHIND ENEMY LINES then you are missing some of the most intense, anti-authoritiarian punk rock of our ages! BEHIND ENEMY LINES is made up by veteran members of some of the most influential American hardcore/punk bands of the last decade (AUS-ROTTEN, REACT, PIST, CAUSTIC CHRIST, etc.). This is the highest quality release in all respects and easily ranks among the best PE Records has yet to offer!

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 George's Vision  0%
2 Faceless  0%
3 Retribution Voted #3  17%
4 Gluttons Of Privelage  0%
5 Turning A Blind Eye  0%
6 Flooded  0%
7 Shoot The Looters  0%
8 Gutter Religion Voted #2  25%
9 Environmental Eclipse  0%
10 Feeding Frenzy  0%
11 Third World Blood  17%
12 As Fascism Takes Root Voted #1  42%
13 American Rape Rooms  0%
14 Molesting The Dead  0%
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Bill from Melbourne, Australia 
Jun 15 2014 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I stumbled onto Behind Enemy Lines from listening to Aus Rotton and Caustic Christ. This cd is full of none stop in your face energy from start to end with the band not even stopping to take a breath not missing a beat in the mean time The vocals match the bands energy with angst and a point to send to the listener which it does very well.Do some thing right in your life and buy this cd your ears will thank me for it.

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Brendan from Elmhurst, IL 
Dec 9 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

It was a mediocre album, very metal and dissapointing, kind of generic sounding. Skip this album and get Global Cannibal or Know Your Enemy, or just go get some Aus Rotten. Other good side projects in relation to former Aus Rotten members is Caustic Christ and The Pist. But this album did come with a cool booklet with lyrics and polital stuff which i always like about Behind Enemy Linesand Aus Rotten used to provide with each album.

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Stephen from Kenosha, WI 
Apr 22 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Better than their 2nd album but not as good as their 1st. has great songs 1st one is more like an introduction to the album. comes witha massive 64 page book with lyrics, pictures that are alot like the ones on their website. If you are a beginner then get all 3 albums.

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