Third World Posse

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Third World Posse
Sepultura - Third World Posse 1992.jpg
EP by Sepultura
Released 1992
Recorded 1990-1991 at Morrisound Recording in Tampa, Florida
Genre Thrash metal, death metal
Length 17:26
Label Roadrunner
Producer Scott Burns
Sepultura chronology
Third World Posse
Chaos A.D.

Third World Posse is a limited edition EP by the Brazilian thrash metal band Sepultura, released exclusively in Australia in 1992. It contains the studio version of "Dead Embryonic Cells", a cover of the Dead Kennedys' song "Drug Me", and three live tracks taken from the Under Siege (Live in Barcelona) video in Spain on May 31, 1991.

By the end of the year Sepultura returned to Brazil, so they could take a few weeks off before doing a short German tour with the NWOBHM band Motörhead and the Florida death metal group Morbid Angel in December. During their break they went to record a cover version of "Drug Me" for the Virus 100 compilation. Virus 100 was designed to celebrate the 100th album by the independent record label, Alternative Tentacles, run by the ex-Dead Kennedys frontman Jello Biafra.[1] Napalm Death, Faith No More, Neurosis and L7 also recorded tracks for the album.[2]

"Drug Me" and live tracks taken from the Under Siege video were later collected on the Australian-only EP Third World Posse (1992). In July 1992 Sepultura toured Australia, they were supported by local heavy metal group, Taramis.[3]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Dead Embryonic Cells" (*Note that this is the Scott Burns mix of the song, which removes the introduction) 4:31
2. "Drug Me" (Dead Kennedys cover from the 1992 tribute album Virus 100) 1:49
3. "Inner Self (Live)"   4:43
4. "Troops of Doom (Live)"   2:55
5. "Orgasmatron (Live)" (Motörhead cover) 3:28



  1. ^ Barcinski & Gomes 1999, page 105.
  2. ^ Torreano, Bradley. "((( Virus 100: Dead Kennedys Covers > Overview )))". Retrieved 2008-05-27.  External link in |publisher= (help)
  3. ^ McFarlane, 'Taramis' entry. Archived from the original on 3 August 2004. Retrieved 21 March 2013