Coded Smears and More Uncommon Slurs

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Coded Smears and More Uncommon Slurs
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Released30 March 2018 (2018-03-30)
Recorded2003–2016
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Length92:23
Label Century Media
Napalm Death chronology
Apex Predator – Easy Meat
(2015)
Coded Smears and More Uncommon Slurs
(2018)
Throes of Joy in the Jaws of Defeatism
(2020)
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Coded Smears and More Uncommon Slurs is a compilation album by British grindcore band Napalm Death, released on 30 March 2018 through Century Media. [3] It contains previously unreleased material from various album recording sessions, b-sides, limited edition bonus tracks and split recordings. A music video for "Standardization", the compilation's opening track, was released on 8 May 2018. [4]

Contents

Track listing

Disc 1
No.TitleLyricsMusicOriginLength
1."Standardization"GreenwayEmbury Utilitarian album sessions2:46
2."Oh So Pseudo"GreenwayHarris Apex Predator – Easy Meat album sessions2:36
3."It Failed to Explode"GreenwayEmburyUtilitarian album sessions3:38
4."Losers"GreenwayHarris The Code Is Red...Long Live the Code album sessions4:21
5."Call That an Option?"GreenwayEmbury Smear Campaign album sessions3:03
6."Caste as Waste"GreenwayEmburyApex Predator – Easy Meat album sessions3:06
7."We Hunt in Packs"GreenwayHarris Time Waits for No Slave album sessions3:49
8."Oxygen of Duplicity"GreenwayHarris Melvins Sugar Daddy Live split series Vol. 93:30
9."Paracide" (Gepøpel cover)GepøpelGepøpelApex Predator – Easy Meat album sessions1:39
10."Critical Gluttonous Mass"GreenwayHarrisApex Predator – Easy Meat album sessions2:26
11."Aim Without an Aim"GreenwayHarrisUtilitarian album sessions3:04
12."An Extract (Strip it Clean)"GreenwayEmburyThe Mission Creep split EP with Heaven Shall Burn 3:12
13."Phonetics for the Stupefied"GreenwayHarrisForever Mountain / Phonetics for the Stupefied split EP with Voivod 3:29
14."Suppressed Hunger"GreenwayEmburyTime Waits for No Slave album sessions3:09
15."To Go Off and Things" (Cardiacs cover) Mark Cawthra, Tim Smith Cawthra, SmithMelvins Sugar Daddy Live split series Vol. 92:29
Total length:46:17
Disc 2
No.TitleLyricsMusicOriginLength
1."Clouds of Cancer / Victims of Ignorance" (G-Anx cover)G-AnxG-AnxApex Predator – Easy Meat album sessions2:05
2."What Is Past Is Prologue"EmburyEmburyApex Predator – Easy Meat album sessions2:56
3."Like Piss to a Sting"GreenwayEmburyNapalm Death / Melt Banana split EP1:31
4."Where the Barren Is Fertile"GreenwayEmburyNapalm Death / Melt Banana split EP2:22
5."Crash the Pose" Gauze GauzeThe Code Is Red...Long Live the Code album sessions1:32
6."Earthwire"HarrisHarris April 2015 Nepal earthquake DZI foundation benefit track2:54
7."Will by Mouth"GreenwayEmbury Converge / Napalm Death split EP1:25
8."Everything in Mono"GreenwayHarrisUtilitarian album sessions2:48
9."Omnipresent Knife in Your Back"GreenwayEmburyTime Waits for No Slave album sessions5:15
10."Lifeline" (Sacrilege cover)Lynda HughesDamien ThompsonRespect Your Roots Worldwide compilation3:18
11."Youth Offender"GreenwayEmbury B-side of the Analysis Paralysis single off the Utilitarian album2:07
12."No Impediment to Triumph (Bhopal)"GreenwayEmburyConverge / Napalm Death split EP3:02
13."Legacy Was Yesterday"Embury, GreenwayEmbury Decibel flexi series No. 52:15
14."Outconditioned" (Despair cover) Waldemar Sorychta SorychtaCovering 20 Years of Extremes compilation2:25
15."Atheist Runt"GreenwayEmburySmear Campaign album sessions6:07
16."Weltschmerz (Extended Apocalyptic Version)" HarrisSmear Campaign album sessions4:04
Total length:46:06

Personnel

Napalm Death

Technical personnel

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