The DVD (Napalm Death)

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The DVD
DVD Napalm Death.jpg
Video by
Released15 October 2001
GenreGrindcore
LabelEarache
ProducerNapalm Death
Napalm Death chronology
Enemy of the Music Business
(2000)
The DVD
(2001)
Order of the Leech
(2002)

The DVD is a Napalm Death DVD released by Earache in 2001. The only material seeing release for the first time is the Nottingham show from 1989 and the Killburn National show from 1989. The version of Utopia Banished currently in print features The DVD as a bonus disc.

Live at Salisbury Arts Centre - 30 June 1990 (Live Corruption)[edit]

No.TitleLength
1."Control" 
2."Walls of Confinement" 
3."Unchallenged Hate" 
4."Life?" 
5."The Kill" 
6."Scum" 
7."If the Truth Be Known" 
8."Lucid Fairytale" 
9."Malicious Intent" 
10."Social Sterility" 
11."Suffer the Children" 
12."From Enslavement to Obliteration" 
13."Dead" 
14."Practise What You Preach" 
15."Mentally Murdered" 
16."Extremity Retained" 
17."Mind Snare" 
18."Success?" 
19."Rise Above" 
20."Instinct of Survival" 
21."Siege of Power" 
22."You Suffer" 
23."Deceiver" 

Live at Nottingham Rock City - 14 November 1989[edit]

No.TitleLength
1."Rise Above" 
2."Life?" 
3."The Kill" 
4."Walls of Confinement" 
5."Deceiver" 
6."Dead" 
7."Siege of Power" 
8."M.A.D" 
9."Retreat to Nowhere" 
10."Scum" 
11."From Enslavement to Obliteration" 
12."The Missing Link" 
13."Negative Approach" 
14."Mentally Murdered" 
15."Human Garbage" 
16."Stigmatized" 
17."Control" 
18."Success?" 
19."Social Sterility" 
20."Instinct of Survival" 
21."You Suffer" 
22."Practise What You Preach" 
23."Unchallenged Hate" 
24."Siege of Power" 
25."You Suffer" 
26."Dead" 
27."Deceiver" 

Live at London Kilburn National - 1989 (BBC TV 'Arena' Heavy Metal Special)[edit]

No.TitleLength
1."Scum" 
2."You Suffer" 

Promo Clips[edit]

  • Suffer the Children
  • Mass Appeal Madness
  • The World Keeps Turning
  • Plague Rages
  • Greed Killing
  • Breed to Breathe (uncensored)

Credits[edit]

Salisbury Arts Centre - 30 June 1990

Nottingham Rock City - 14 November 1989

London Killburn National - 1989