Tribe (Sadist album)

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Tribe
Studio album by Sadist
Released 1996
2006 (re-release)
Recorded May–August 1995, Rhythm Recording Services, Bidford-on-Avon, Warwickshire, England
Genre Technical death metal
Melodic death metal
Progressive metal
Length 37:01
Label Rising Sun Productions
Beyond Productions (2006)
Producer Alberto Penzin
Sadist chronology
Above the Light
(1993)
Tribe
(1996)
Crust
(1997)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Vampire Magazine Favorable link

Tribe is the second full-length studio album by the Italian progressive death metal band Sadist, released in 1996 by Rising Sun Productions. It was the last album to features lead singer Zanna and drummer Peso. It features two live Japanese bonus tracks on the original release; "Enslaver of Lies (live)" and "Sometimes They Come Back (live)". Also, a video was shot for "Tribe" in the same year. The album was re-released in 2006 by Beyond Productions and features a cover song after Iron Maiden, "Wrathchild" and two live tracks; "From Bellatrix to Betelgeuse (live)" and "Guitar solo (live)", a live guitar solo by the band.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Escogido" − 5:03
  2. "India" − 4:44
  3. "From Bellatrix to Betelgeuse " − 4:43
  4. "Den Siste Kamp" − 4:14
  5. "Tribe" − 4:00
  6. "Spiral of Winter Ghosts" − 3:46
  7. "The Ninth Wave" − 4:10
  8. "The Reign of Asmat" − 6:21

Japanese bonus tracks[edit]

  1. "Enslaver of Lies (live)"
  2. "Sometimes They Come Back (live)"

2006 re-release bonus tracks[edit]

  1. "Wrathchild (Iron Maiden cover)" − Recorded and mixed at Bluetrain, Torino, 1996.
  2. "From Bellatrix to Betelgeuse (live)"
  3. "Guitar solo (live)"
  • Live tracks recorded at Dracma Club, Torino, 1996

Credits[edit]

Band members[edit]

Songwriting and arrangement[edit]

  • All music by Tommaso Talamanca
  • All lyrics by Zanna, except "India" (Zanna/Yoko) and "Spiral of Winter Ghosts" (Zanna, Peso, Talamanca)
  • Additional vocals on "The Ninth Wave" by Jane Vaughan
  • Spoken vocals on "India" by Alam Khondaker

Production[edit]

  • Mastered by Alessandro Cutolo at Elettromati, Milano, Italy
  • Produced by Alberto Penzin
  • Mixed by Paul Johnston and Tommy Talamanca
  • Engineered by Paul Johnston
  • Recorded and Mixed at Rhythm Recording Services, Bidford-on-Avon, Warwickshire, England, May–August 1995