Slave (Amen album)

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Slave
Amen-slave.jpg
Studio album by Amen
Released 1994
Recorded 1994 at Sandbox & Marquee West, Los Angeles, CA
Genre Alternative metal, hardcore punk
Length 49:59
Label Drag-u-la Recordings
Producer Casey Chaos
Amen chronology
Slave
(1994)
Amen
(1999)
Alternative cover
Cover of the 2006 Re-Release[1]

Slave is the debut album by Alternative metal/hardcore punk band Amen. It was written and recorded nearly entirely by Casey Chaos independently through his label, Drag-u-la Recordings and released in 1994. The initial run of the album was limited to 2,000 copies. In 2006, the album was re-released and remastered with bonus tracks through Casey Chaos's new label, Refuse Music.[2] As a result of this album, Amen attracted the attention of producer Ross Robinson who had previously worked on Korn's debut album.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Casey Chaos, except: "Safety in Suicide" (written by Casey Chaos and Justin Gingerella) and "Burning Rubber" (written by Lydia Lunch).

No. Title Length
1. "Slave"   2:57
2. "Freak Down"   2:31
3. "Bleed to Know"   3:03
4. "L.A. Decorum"   0:56
5. "Operate"   3:43
6. "Like You Burn"   3:42
7. "Safety in Suicide"   3:30
8. "Monkey"   4:46
9. "Burning Rubber" (Originally performed by Teenage Jesus and the Jerks) 1:45
10. "Valley of the Dogs"   4:34
11. "Shut Up!"   2:16
12. "Celebrate Annihilation"   3:28
13. "Jitterbug #9"   1:35
14. "A Message to the Masses"   3:22
15. "This Drained Divine"   4:53
16. "Excommunicamus"   6:48
Total length:
49:59
2006 Bonus Tracks
No. Title Length
17. "Coma America" (Home Demo) 2:21
18. "Whores of Hollywood" (Extended) 2:53
19. "Destroy Rock 'n' Roll"   1:56
20. "Life Crime"   2:10
21. "Deformer"   2:49
22. "Hands of Cancer"   5:03
23. "Drive"   3:24

Credits[edit]

Personnel[edit]

  • Casey Chaos – vocals
  • Martin Lydon - Additional guitars and keyboards (tracks: 2, 10, 11, 15)

Production[edit]

  • Mike Bosley, Rick Parker - Engineer
  • Kenneth K. Lee - Mastering
  • Rob Fayer - Mixing
  • Casey Chaos, Dave Landry - Art Direction
  • Rick Arluce - Artwork
  • Justice Howard - Photography

References[edit]