Appeal to Human Greed

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Appeal to Human Greed
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Remix album by
GOD
Released10 October 1995
Genre Experimental
Length36:31
Label Big Cat
GOD chronology
The Anatomy of Addiction
(1994)
Appeal to Human Greed
(1995)
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Appeal to Human Greed is a remix EP by GOD, released on 10 October 1995 through Big Cat. It contains five remixed tracks from the group's second album, The Anatomy of Addiction . [2]

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Contents

Track listing

All tracks are written by GOD.

No.TitleLength
1."Gold Teeth" (Charles Atlas Mix)4:44
2."Bloodstream" (The Evening Redness in the West Mix)10:33
3."On All Fours" (Biomechanical Mix)4:46
4."Tunnel" (Electro-Convulsive Mix)6:44
5."Bloodstream" (Peckinpah Mix)9:44

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References

  1. Raggett, Ned. "Appeal to Human Greed". Allmusic. Retrieved May 25, 2013.
  2. Aswad, Jem (2007). "GOD". Trouser Press . Retrieved May 25, 2013.