Legacy of Brutality

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Legacy of Brutality
Misfits - Legacy of Brutality cover.jpg
Compilation album by
ReleasedSeptember 1985
RecordedJanuary–February 1978, August 1980, June 1981, 1985
Genre
Length24:47
LabelCaroline, Plan 9
ProducerGlenn Danzig
The Misfits chronology
Earth A.D./Wolfs Blood
(1983)
Legacy of Brutality
(1985)
Misfits
(1986)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic4/5 stars [1]

Legacy of Brutality is a compilation album of early songs by the American punk rock band The Misfits, released in September 1985. The album contains overdubbed mixes of previously unreleased songs, mainly from the January–February 1978 Static Age sessions. Besides the Box Set, this is the only official album to contain the songs "American Nightmare" and "Who Killed Marilyn?".

This compilation was one of the first (aside from bootlegs) to release many of the Static Age songs to the public. Glenn Danzig, having written all of the songs himself, mixed and produced the album, and overdubbed many tracks from the original song recordings with his own instrumental tracks, creating new versions of the featured songs.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks are written by Glenn Danzig.

No.TitleLength
1."Static Age"1:47
2."TV Casualty"2:34
3."Hybrid Moments"1:39
4."Spinal Remains"1:24
5."Come Back"5:00
6."Some Kinda Hate"2:08
7."Theme for a Jackal"2:37
8."Angelfuck"1:34
9."Who Killed Marilyn?"1:56
10."Where Eagles Dare"1:58
11."She"1:22
12."Halloween"1:46
13."American Nightmare"1:42

Credits[edit]

  • Glenn Danzig - vocals, guitar and bass on tracks 9, 10, and 13, piano on track 7, overdubbed guitar and bass on tracks 1-8, and 11, clapping on track 13
  • Franché Coma - original guitar for tracks 1-8, and 11
  • Bobby Steele - original guitar for tracks 9, 10 and 12
  • Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein - original guitar on track 12, clapping on track 13
  • Jerry Only - bass, clapping on track 13
  • Mr. Jim - drums on tracks 1-8, and 11
  • Joey Image - drums on tracks 9 and 10
  • Arthur Googy - drums on tracks 12 and 13
  • Rocky Caiafa - clapping on track 13

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