Extreme Conditions Demand Extreme Responses

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Extreme Conditions Demand Extreme Responses
Studio album by Brutal Truth
Released October 6, 1992 (1992-10-06)
Recorded Baby Monster Studios, New York City
Genre Grindcore
Length 45:04
Label Relativity/Earache
Producer Colin Richardson
Brutal Truth chronology
Extreme Conditions Demand Extreme Responses
(1992)
Need to Control
(1994)

Extreme Conditions Demand Extreme Responses is the debut full length album by grindcore band Brutal Truth. It was released on October 6, 1992, on Earache Records. Music videos were made for "Collateral Damage" (which once held the Guinness World Record for the shortest music video) and "Ill Neglect".

In March 2009, Terrorizer named the album the number one American grindcore release.[1]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Brutal Truth.

  1. "P.S.P.I." – 0:35
  2. "Birth of Ignorance" – 3:29
  3. "Stench of Profit" – 1:22
  4. "Ill-Neglect" – 2:24
  5. "Denial of Existence" – 4:25
  6. "Regression / Progression" – 2:34
  7. "Collateral Damage" – 0:04
  8. "Time" – 5:58
  9. "Walking Corpse" – 1:40
  10. "Monetary Gain" – 3:26
  11. "Wilt" – 2:54
  12. "H.O.P.E." – 2:03
  13. "Blockhead" – 0:07
  14. "Anti-Homophobe" – 3:10
  15. "Unjust Compromise" (hidden track starts at 10:40) – 10:52

Redux edition bonus tracks[edit]

  1. "Perpetual Conversion"
  2. "Lord of this World" (Black Sabbath cover)
  3. "Bed Sheet"
  4. "Repeat at Length" (S.O.B. cover)
  5. "Let's Go Summer Beach" (S.O.B. cover)
  6. "Not Me" (S.O.B. cover)
  7. "Spare Change" (S.O.B. cover)
  8. "The Shah Sleeps in Lee Harvey's Grave" (Butthole Surfers cover)
  9. "Hear Nothing for You" (S.O.B. cover)
  10. "Pre-Natal Homeland (Funky Budda Dub)"
  11. "AC/BT"

Personnel[edit]

  • Bill Yurkiewicz – guest vocals, noise, animal sounds

Production[edit]

  • Colin Richardson – production
  • Jim Welch – production
  • Digby Pearson – executive production
  • Garris Shipon – engineering
  • Howie Weinberg – mastering

References[edit]

  1. ^ Meacham, Anna. "Criminal Records". Terrorizer (181): 45.