Pacifier (Nothingface album)

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Studio album by Nothingface
Released February 6, 1997
Recorded OZ Recording Studio
Emporium Recording Studio
Genre Alternative metal
Length 42:21
Label DCide
Producer Nothingface & Frank Marchand
Nothingface chronology
An Audio Guide to Everyday Atrocity
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Pacifier is the debut album by the Washington, D.C.-based alternative metal music group Nothingface. The album was released on February 6, 1997 via DCide Records. The album was re-released on August 11, 1998 via DCide/Mayhem Records.

There was an early version of the album named Nothingface in 1995. The early album featuring some songs that would later be re-recorded and appear on this album is what spawned a record deal with DCide Records.


Allmusic gave the album three stars out of five and said that although "Pacifier has garnered unfair comparisons to the Korn", the band "show a bright flair that could very well lead them to stardom."

Track listing[edit]

All lyrics written by Matt Holt, all music composed by Nothingface.

No. Title Length
1. "One Thing"   4:29
2. "Pacifier"   3:59
3. "Lipsdick"   3:18
4. "Undercut"   4:17
5. "Defaced"   2:50
6. "Self Punishment"   4:12
7. "Hitch"   5:38
8. "Useless"   3:47
9. "Perfect Person"   4:29
10. "Communion"   5:22



Year Song
1997 "Pacifier"
1997 "One Thing"
1997 "Defaced"