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In The Darkness There Is No Choice

Southern 185242

Released on June 16, 1998

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 8 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 They (The Eternal Myth And Paradox) Voted #1  24%
2 The World's Biggest Runt  7%
3 A Mid Summer Night's Dream  7%
4 Channel Zero Voted #3  12%
5 Yet They Still Ignore  10%
6 The Ghost Of Mankind  0%
7 Tortured And Abused Voted #2  21%
8 Education Or Idoctrination  2%
9 In Darkness  5%
10 Heresy  0%
11 Hallo There How's Life  0%
12 The Buck Stops Here  12%
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Sam from Tasmania, Australia 
Jun 13 2010 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Dark, brooding and awe inspiring. Imagine Crass but actually good and worth listening to time and time again and your getting close. You can smell the stench just from spinning this disc.

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Tino from Dover, NH 
Sep 7 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Amazing lyrics and music. The thing that sucks is that all 12 tracks are all on only 2 tracks. So you have to fast forward just to get to the next song, which is very annoying. I would rather have this on vinyl. But other than that it's sick.

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Howard from Bethesda, MD 
Jul 10 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Great album, mixing elements of Crass, Discharge, and Flux of Pink Indians. One of the genre-defining crust albums. The CD is split into two tracks, one for side "A" and one for side "B". The CD contains lyrics for "A Midsummer Night's Dream", but my copy had no vocals on that song. Still, very good, with excellent lyrics, music, and art. The singer sounds kinda like Colin from Conflict.

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Chris from Temecula, CA 
Jun 1 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is a very intense cd. If your into peace punk this cd is a must. Some absolutly GREAT lyrics with some awsome music. get this cd and you wont regret it!

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Austin from Manchester, United Kingdom 
Dec 7 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album is excellent. Kind of like a precursor to crust but you could still really call it crust punk (in the same way you could call Amebix's older material crust also). Quite dark lyrically and musically but at the same it's positive in the way it challenges the current perceptions of society, the booklet includes some very interesting writings from the band about the state of society, authority, war etc which is pretty cool. It is quite honest and direct in the way these semi-essays have been written also, they are quite engaging and sincere without being "over dramatic". The songs are very good, sounds like a mix of Crass and Discharge but with a more thrashy metallic twist, vocals are still very much punk shouting though. I would reccomend this if you like older punk/anarchopunk like discharge, crass, etc and also if you're into crust like nausea, amebix, deviated instinct, doom, misery, hellshock etc.

"...And all around, there was darkness, like a wall."

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Romain from Manchester, United Kingdom 
Jan 12 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Ok. Antisect were a greatly influencial 80's UK anarko/peace punk band who made the missing link between Crass and Discharge. That is they have that d-beat sound but faster than Discharge but lyrics like Crass, only probably draker and more poetic. Two singers on that one, you have very fast song and other more mid-tempo but the whole album is really heavy. Lyrics are amazing, truely great. and let's not forget that Antisect eventually created crust music (along with Amebix) with their second album in 1985!!!

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Alex from Norwalk, CA 
Jul 25 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

very good crusty peace punk its weird cause all their songs are divided into just two songs and the cd is like 45 minutes very good music though it wont dissapoint

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Andrea from W St Paul, MN 
Nov 7 2001 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I don't really know what I like about this album but I do like it alot..I think you should by's full of well written lyrics and the music kicks ass too.... you really should get it

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