Breach Birth

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Breach Birth
GOD - Breach Birth.jpg
EP by
GOD
Released1990
Genre Experimental, industrial, experimental rock, industrial rock, industrial metal, noise rock
Length12:41
Label Situation Two
Producer Justin Broadrick, Grant Showbiz
GOD chronology
Breach Birth
(1990)
Loco
(1991)

Breach Birth is an EP by GOD, released in 1990 by Situation Two. [1]

Contents

Track listing

All tracks are written by GOD.

Side one
No.TitleLength
1."Meat Head"8:15
Side two
No.TitleLength
1."Swine Fever"1:46
2."Crash Victim"2:40

Personnel

Adapted from the Breach Birth liner notes. [2]

Release history

RegionDateLabelFormatCatalog
United Kingdom 1990 Situation Two LP SIT 65T

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References

  1. Aswad, Jem (2007). "God". Trouser Press . Retrieved July 9, 2015.
  2. Breach Birth (sleeve). GOD. London, United Kingdom: Situation Two. 1990.CS1 maint: others (link)