List of songs recorded by Godflesh

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Godflesh performing at Roadburn 2018

The English industrial metal band Godflesh have released 170 songs; [lower-alpha 1] 119 are original tracks, 46 are remixes done by the band and 5 are covers. The group, initially composed of G. C. Green and Paul Neville, formed in 1982 as Fall of Because but did not release any complete music until 1988 after Justin Broadrick joined, became frontman and renamed the project Godflesh. [2] [3] Though their debut, a self-titled EP, was released on a small, independent label named Swordfish, it was successful and drew the attention of Earache Records. [4] [5] After being picked up by Earache, Godflesh released the albums Streetcleaner (1989) and Pure (1992) [6] [7] and were then acquired by Columbia Records. [8]

Industrial metal is the fusion of heavy metal music and industrial music, typically employing repeating metal guitar riffs, sampling, synthesizer or sequencer lines, and distorted vocals. Prominent industrial metal acts include Ministry, Godflesh, KMFDM and Nine Inch Nails.

Godflesh English industrial metal band

Godflesh are an English industrial metal band from Birmingham, England. The group formed in 1982 under the title Fall of Because but did not release any complete music until 1988 when Justin Broadrick and G. C. Green (bass) renamed the band and decided to use a drum machine for percussion. Melding heavy metal with industrial music and later with electronic music and dub, Godflesh's innovative sound is widely regarded as a foundational influence on other industrial metal and post-metal acts and as significant to both experimental metal and extreme metal.

A remix is a piece of media which has been altered from its original state by adding, removing and changing pieces of the item. A song, piece of artwork, books, video, or photograph can all be remixes. The only characteristic of a remix is that it appropriates and changes other materials to create something new.

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Following the disappointing sales of their third album, 1994's Selfless , and the ban of the music video for "Crush My Soul", Columbia dropped Godflesh and the band returned to Earache. [9] [10] They then released Songs of Love and Hate in 1996, Love and Hate in Dub (an experimental remix album) in 1997 and Us and Them in 1999. [11] The band again parted from Earache and released Hymns in 2001 before breaking up in 2002. [12] [13] Broadrick and Green reunited in 2009 with plans to create music together again, [14] officially reformed Godflesh in 2010 and released A World Lit Only by Fire in 2014 and Post Self in 2017. [15]

<i>Selfless</i> (album) 1994 studio album by Godflesh

Selfless is the third studio album by British industrial metal band Godflesh. It was released on 26 September 1994 in Europe and on 18 October 1994 through Earache and Columbia Records. Being the band's major-label debut, the record features a more conventional and rock-oriented sound compared to Godflesh's previous releases. It spawned two singles, "Xnoybis" and "Crush My Soul". The music video for the latter was directed by photographer Andres Serrano.

Crush My Soul single by Godflesh

"Crush My Soul" is a song by industrial metal band Godflesh, taken from the album Selfless (1994). It was released in 1995 by Earache Records on 12" vinyl and CD. The single's two remixes were also included on the Selfless/Merciless compilation released on Earache Records in 1996.

<i>Songs of Love and Hate</i> (Godflesh album) 1996 studio album by Godflesh

Songs of Love and Hate is the fourth studio album by English industrial metal band Godflesh. Released on 20 August 1996 through Earache Records, it is the band's first album to feature live drums, played by drummer Bryan Mantia, and a more traditional heavy metal sound, generally lacking the experimental and mechanical elements of previous releases. The cover is a photograph of Cancer Alley, Louisiana.

Musically, Godflesh's songs are characterised by machine percussion played in repetitive loops, driving bass and distorted guitar. [11] Though two of their albums (Songs of Love and Hate and Hymns) featured human drummers, Broadrick saw these inclusions as a dilution of what the band set out to achieve. [16] As pioneers of industrial metal, [17] Godflesh's earliest songs are exceptionally slow and mechanical, employing a blend of heavy metal and industrial music. [8] The bass and drums are unusually loud (as seen on "Avalanche Master Song" from the Godflesh EP), and the guitars and vocals play a secondary, more background role (as seen on songs like "Pulp" and "Life Is Easy"). [6] [16] On their second album, Pure, Godflesh began to experiment with sprawling ambient pieces (as in the song "Pure II"), hip hop and breakbeats (as in the introductory track "Spite") and extreme degrees of heavy repetition (as on "Predominance"). [7] [18] [19] Selfless saw the band taking a more straightforward metal approach, with a heavy emphasis on riffs (like on the songs "Bigot" and "Toll"). [20] This era of Godflesh (1988 to 1994) would retrospectively be seen as Broadrick's favorite period. [9]

Drum machine electronic musical instrument designed to imitate the sound of drums or other percussion instruments

A drum machine is an electronic musical instrument that creates percussion. Drum machines may imitate drum kits or other percussion instruments, or produce unique sounds. Most modern drum machines allow users to program their own rhythms. Drum machines may create sounds using analog synthesis or play prerecorded samples.

Heavy metal is a genre of rock music that developed in the late 1960s and early 1970s, largely in the United Kingdom. With roots in blues rock, psychedelic rock, and acid rock, the bands that created heavy metal developed a thick, massive sound, characterized by highly amplified distortion, extended guitar solos, emphatic beats, and overall loudness. The genre's lyrics and performance styles are sometimes associated with aggression and machismo.

Industrial music is a genre of experimental music which draws on harsh, transgressive or provocative sounds and themes. AllMusic defines industrial music as the "most abrasive and aggressive fusion of rock and electronic music" that was "initially a blend of avant-garde electronics experiments and punk provocation". The term was coined in the mid-1970s with the founding of Industrial Records by members of Throbbing Gristle and Monte Cazazza. While the genre name originated with Throbbing Gristle's emergence in the United Kingdom, concentrations of artists and labels vital to the genre also emerged in America, namely in Chicago.

Throughout their career, Godflesh have only released a handful of singles and music videos. [21] None of their songs have charted individually despite Columbia's efforts to augment Godflesh's popularity and raise it in line with that of Nine Inch Nails. [22] [23] Within the band's catalogue are many remixes, which were made by Broadrick. Aside from studio cover songs, Godflesh have performed "Requiem" by Killing Joke live. [24]

Nine Inch Nails American industrial rock band

Nine Inch Nails, commonly abbreviated as NIN, is an American industrial rock band formed in 1988 in Cleveland, Ohio. The band was founded by lead singer, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Trent Reznor, who was the band's only official member until adding English musician Atticus Ross in 2016. The band has signed with several major labels over the course of three decades, the current being Capitol Records, under the name The Null Corporation.

Requiem (Killing Joke song) single by Killing Joke

"Requiem" is a song by English rock band Killing Joke. It was released in September 1980 by E.G. Records as the second single from their eponymous debut studio album. The song peaked at number 43 on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs chart.

Killing Joke English post-punk band

Killing Joke are an English rock band formed in October 1978 in Notting Hill, London, England. The original line-up included Jaz Coleman, Paul Ferguson (drums), Geordie Walker (guitar) and Youth (bass).

Songs

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Justin Broadrick performing with Godflesh in 2015
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Broadrick performing with Godflesh in 2016
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G. C. Green performing with Godflesh in 2018
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Broadrick performing with Godflesh in 1992
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Robert Hampson of Loop performing with Godflesh in 1991
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Broadrick performing with Godflesh in 2011
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Broadrick performing with Godflesh in 2014
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Green performing with Godflesh in 2014
Diarmuid Dalton, an occasional member of Godflesh, performing with Broadrick's Jesu in 2009 Jesu Primavera Sound 2009 1.jpg
Diarmuid Dalton, an occasional member of Godflesh, performing with Broadrick's Jesu in 2009
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Godflesh performing in 2015
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Green performing with Godflesh in 2013
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Godflesh performing in 2018
Contents
0–9  · A  · B  · C  · D  · E  · F  · G  · H  · I  · J  · K  · L  · M  · N  · O  · P  · R  · S  · T  · U  · V  · W  · X  · Z
Key
Dagger-14-plain.pngIndicates a single release
Hash-transbg.svgIndicates a promotional single release
Down-arrow-14.pngIndicates an in-house remix
Double-dagger-14-plain.pngIndicates a cover of another artist
Up-arrow-14.pngIndicates a song with a music video
Name of song, writers, original release and year released
SongWriter(s)Original releaseYearRef(s).
"40 Versions" Double-dagger-14-plain.png Bruce Gilbert Whore – Various Artists Play Wire1996 [25]
"Absorber" [lower-alpha 2] Down-arrow-14.pngGodfleshAvalanche [lower-alpha 3] 1998 [26]
"Almost Heaven"Godflesh Songs of Love and Hate 1996 [28]
"Almost Heaven" (Closer Mix) Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh Love and Hate in Dub 1997 [29]
"Almost Heaven" (Helldub) Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh Love and Hate in Dub 1997 [29]
"Amoral"Godflesh Songs of Love and Hate 1996 [28]
"Angel Domain"Godflesh Songs of Love and Hate 1996 [28]
"Animals"Godflesh Hymns 2001 [30]
"Anthem"Godflesh Hymns 2001 [30]
"Antihuman"Godflesh Hymns 2001 [30]
"Anything Is Mine"Godflesh Selfless 1994 [31]
"Avalanche Master Song" Up-arrow-14.pngGodflesh Godflesh 1988 [32] [21]
"Baby Blue Eyes"Godflesh Pure 1992 [33]
"Be God" Hash-transbg.svgGodflesh Post Self 2017 [34] [35]
"Bigot"Godflesh Selfless 1994 [31]
"Bittersweet"Godflesh Us and Them 1999 [36]
"Black Boned Angel"Godflesh Selfless 1994 [31]
"Blind"Godflesh Merciless 1994 [37]
"Body Dome Light"Godflesh Selfless 1994 [31]
"Carrion"Godflesh A World Lit Only by Fire 2014 [38]
"Christbait Rising" Hash-transbg.svgUp-arrow-14.pngGodflesh Streetcleaner 1989 [39] [40] [21]
"Circle of Shit"Godflesh Songs of Love and Hate 1996 [28]
"Circle of Shit" (To the Point Dub) Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh Love and Hate in Dub 1997 [29]
"Cold World"Godflesh Cold World 1991 [41]
"Control Freak"Godflesh Us and Them 1999 [36]
"Crush My Soul" Dagger-14-plain.pngUp-arrow-14.pngGodflesh Selfless 1994 [31] [21]
"Crush My Soul" (Ultramix)Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh"Crush My Soul"1995 [42]
"Crush My Soul" (Ultramixedit)Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh In All Languages 2001 [43]
"Curse Us All"Godflesh A World Lit Only by Fire 2014 [38]
"The Cyclic End"Godflesh Post Self 2017 [34]
"The Cyclic End" (Dub)Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh Post Self 2017 [34]
"Dead Head" [lower-alpha 4] Godflesh Streetcleaner [lower-alpha 5] 1989 [39]
"Deadend"Godflesh A World Lit Only by Fire 2014 [38]
"Deaf, Dumb & Blind"Godflesh Hymns 2001 [30]
"Decline & Fall"Godflesh Decline & Fall 2014 [46]
"Defeated"Godflesh Hymns 2001 [30]
"Defiled"Godflesh Us and Them 1999 [36]
"Descent"Godflesh Us and Them 1999 [36]
"Devastator" [lower-alpha 6] [lower-alpha 7] Godflesh Streetcleaner 1989 [39]
"Dogbite"Godflesh Decline & Fall 2014 [46]
"Domain" [lower-alpha 8] Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh Love and Hate in Dub 1997 [29]
"Don't Bring Me Flowers"Godflesh Pure 1992 [33]
"Dream Long Dead"Godflesh Streetcleaner 1989 [39]
"Empyreal"Godflesh Selfless 1994 [31]
"Empyreal 2" Down-arrow-14.pngGodfleshRareache1995 [47]
"Endgames"Godflesh Us and Them 1999 [36]
"F.O.D. (Fuck of Death)" Double-dagger-14-plain.png Slaughter "F.O.D. (Fuck of Death)"2013 [48]
"Flowers" [lower-alpha 9] Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh Merciless 1994 [37]
"For Life"Godflesh Hymns 2001 [30]
"For Those About to Rock" Double-dagger-14-plain.png AC/DC Covered in Black: An Industrial Tribute to the Kings of High Voltage – AC/DC1997 [49]
"Forgive Our Fathers"Godflesh A World Lit Only by Fire 2014 [38]
"Frail"Godflesh Songs of Love and Hate 1996 [28]
"Frail" (Now Broken) Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh Love and Hate in Dub 1997 [29]
"Gift from Heaven"Godflesh Songs of Love and Hate 1996 [28]
"Gift from Heaven" (Breakbeat) Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh Love and Hate in Dub 1997 [29]
"Gift from Heaven" (Heavenly) Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh Love and Hate in Dub 1997 [29]
"Go Spread Your Wings"Godflesh Selfless 1994 [31]
"Godhead"Godflesh Godflesh 1988 [32]
"Head Dirt"Godflesh Streetcleaner 1989 [39]
"Heartless"Godflesh Selfless 1994 [31]
"Hunter"Godflesh Songs of Love and Hate 1996 [28]
"Hunted and Consumed" Down-arrow-14.pngGodfleshInfected1996 [50]
"I Wasn't Born to Follow"Godflesh Pure 1992 [33]
"I, Me, Mine"Godflesh Us and Them 1999 [36]
"Ice Nerveshatter"Godflesh Godflesh 1988 [32]
"If I Could Only Be What You Want"GodfleshLoud Music for Loud People2002 [51]
"Imperator" Hash-transbg.svgGodflesh A World Lit Only by Fire 2014 [38] [52]
"Imperator" (Version Dub)Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh A World Lit Only by Fire 2014 [38]
"In Your Shadow"Godflesh Post Self 2017 [34]
"In Your Shadow" (JK Flesh Reshape) Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh Post Self 2017 [34]
"The Infinite End"Godflesh Post Self 2017 [34]
"The Internal"Godflesh Us and Them 1999 [36]
"Jesu" [lower-alpha 10] Godflesh Hymns 2001 [30]
"Kingdom Come"Godflesh Songs of Love and Hate 1996 [28]
"Kingdom Come" (Version) Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh Love and Hate in Dub 1997 [29]
"Life Giver Life Taker"Godflesh A World Lit Only by Fire 2014 [38]
"Life Is Easy" [lower-alpha 7] Godflesh Streetcleaner 1989 [39]
"Like Rats"Godflesh Streetcleaner 1989 [39]
"Live to Lose" [lower-alpha 11] Godflesh Us and Them 1999 [36]
"Locust Furnace"Godflesh Streetcleaner 1989 [39]
"Love Is a Dog from Hell"GodfleshPathological Compilation1989 [55]
"Love, Hate (Slugbaiting)"Godflesh Pure 1992 [33]
"Mantra"Godflesh Selfless 1994 [31]
"Meltdown"Godflesh Slavestate 1991 [56]
"Merciless" [lower-alpha 7] Godflesh Merciless 1994 [37]
"Messiah"Godflesh Messiah 2003 [57]
"Messiah" (Dub) Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh Messiah 2003 [57]
"Mighty Trust Krusher" [lower-alpha 6] [lower-alpha 7] Godflesh Streetcleaner 1989 [39]
"Mirror of Finite Light"Godflesh Post Self 2017 [34]
"Monotremata"Godflesh Pure 1992 [33]
"Mortality Sorrow"Godflesh Post Self 2017 [34]
"Mothra" Hash-transbg.svgUp-arrow-14.pngGodflesh Pure 1992 [33] [58] [21]
"My Own Light"GodfleshPathological Compilation1989 [55]
"Nail"Godflesh Us and Them 1999 [36]
"New Dark Ages" Hash-transbg.svgGodflesh A World Lit Only by Fire 2014 [38] [59]
"New Dark Dub" Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh A World Lit Only by Fire 2014 [38]
"Newspite" [lower-alpha 12] Down-arrow-14.pngGodfleshCorporate Rock Wars1994 [60]
"Nihil"Godflesh Cold World 1991 [41]
"Nihil" (No Belief Mix) Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh Cold World 1991 [41]
"Nihil" (Total Belief Mix) Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh Cold World 1991 [41]
"No Body"Godflesh Post Self 2017 [34]
"Obeyed"Godflesh A World Lit Only by Fire 2014 [38]
"Paralyzed"Godflesh Hymns 2001 [30]
"Parasite"Godflesh Post Self 2017 [34]
"Parasite" (Alternate Version) Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh Post Self 2017 [34]
"Perfect Skin"Godflesh Slavestate 1991 [56]
"Perfect Skin" (Dub) Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh Slavestate Remixes 1991 [56]
"Playing with Fire"Godflesh Decline & Fall 2014 [46]
"Playing with Fire" (Dub) Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh Decline & Fall 2014 [46]
"Post Self" Dagger-14-plain.pngGodflesh Post Self 2017 [34]
"Pre Self"Godflesh Post Self 2017 [34]
"Predominance"Godflesh Pure 1992 [33]
"Pulp" Hash-transbg.svgGodflesh Streetcleaner 1989 [39] [40]
"Pure"Godflesh Pure 1992 [33]
"Pure II"Godflesh Pure 1992 [33]
"Pure Spite" [lower-alpha 13] Down-arrow-14.pngGodfleshFunky Alternatives Eight1995 [61]
"Regal"Godflesh Hymns 2001 [30]
"Ringer" Hash-transbg.svgGodflesh Decline & Fall 2014 [46] [62]
"Ringer" (Dub) Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh Decline & Fall 2014 [46]
"Scapegoat"Godflesh Messiah 2003 [57]
"Scapegoat" (Dub) Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh Messiah 2003 [57]
"Shut Me Down"Godflesh A World Lit Only by Fire 2014 [38]
"Shut Me Down" (Version) Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh A World Lit Only by Fire 2014 [38]
"Slateman" Dagger-14-plain.pngGodflesh"Slateman"1991 [63]
"Slavestate" Up-arrow-14.pngGodflesh Slavestate 1991 [56] [21]
"Slavestate" (Radio Slave)Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh Slavestate Remixes 1991 [56]
"Slavestate" (Total State Mix)Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh Slavestate Remixes 1991 [56]
"Someone Somewhere Scorned"Godflesh Slavestate 1991 [56]
"Spinebender"Godflesh Godflesh 1988 [32]
"Spite"Godflesh Pure 1992 [33]
"Sterile Prophet"Godflesh Songs of Love and Hate 1996 [28]
"Sterile Prophet" (Empty Messiah Mix) Down-arrow-14.pngGodfleshFuture Shock1996 [64]
"Sterile Prophet" (In Dub) Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh Love and Hate in Dub 1997 [29]
"Sterile Prophet" (Version) Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh Love and Hate in Dub 1997 [29]
"Straight to Your Heart" Double-dagger-14-plain.png Loop Loopflesh / Fleshloop 1991 [65]
"Streetcleaner"Godflesh Streetcleaner 1989 [39]
"Streetcleaner 2" Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh Godflesh 1990 [lower-alpha 14] [66]
"Suction"Godflesh Streetcleaner [lower-alpha 5] 1989 [39]
"Sungod"Godflesh Messiah 2003 [57]
"Sungod" (Dub) Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh Messiah 2003 [57]
"Time, Death and Wastefulness"Godflesh Songs of Love and Hate 1996 [28]
"Time, Death and Wastefulness" (In Dub) Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh Love and Hate in Dub 1997 [29]
"Tiny Tears"Godflesh Streetcleaner [lower-alpha 5] 1989 [39]
"Toll"Godflesh Selfless 1994 [31]
"Towers of Emptiness"Godflesh A World Lit Only by Fire 2014 [38]
"Tyrant"Godflesh Hymns 2001 [30]
"Unworthy"Godflesh Merciless 1994 [37]
"Us and Them"Godflesh Us and Them 1999 [36]
"Us and Them" (Defensive Remix) Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh In All Languages [lower-alpha 15] 2001 [43]
"Vampires"Godflesh Hymns 2001 [30]
"Veins"Godflesh Godflesh 1988 [32]
"Voidhead"Godflesh Hymns 2001 [30]
"Wake"Godflesh Songs of Love and Hate 1996 [28]
"Wake" (Break Mix) Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh Love and Hate in Dub 1997 [29]
"Weak Flesh"Godflesh Godflesh 1988 [32]
"White Flag"Godflesh Hymns 2001 [30]
"Whose Truth Is Your Truth"Godflesh Us and Them 1999 [36]
"Wilderness of Mirrors"Godflesh Messiah 2003 [57]
"Wilderness of Mirrors" (Dub) Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh Messiah 2003 [57]
"Witchhunt"Godflesh Us and Them 1999 [36]
"Witchhunt" (Tyrant Remix) Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh In All Languages [lower-alpha 15] 2001 [43]
"Wound '91" [lower-alpha 16] Godflesh"Slateman"1991 [63]
"Wound"Godflesh Streetcleaner [lower-alpha 5] 1989 [39]
"Wounds" Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh Godflesh 1990 [lower-alpha 14] [66]
"Xnoybis" Hash-transbg.svgGodflesh Selfless 1994 [31] [69]
"Xnoybis" (Clubdub)Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh"Xnoybis"1995 [69]
"Xnoybis" (Clubdubedit)Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh In All Languages 2001 [43]
"Xnoybis" (Edit)Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh"Xnoybis"1995 [69]
"Xnoybis" (Psychofuckdub)Down-arrow-14.pngGodflesh"Xnoybis"1995 [69]
"Zero the Hero" Double-dagger-14-plain.png Tony Iommi
Bill Ward
Geezer Butler
Ian Gillan
Masters of Misery – Black Sabbath: An Earache Tribute1992 [70]

Demos, live songs and remixes for other artists

Demos

SongOriginal releaseYear
released
Year
recorded
Ref.
"Anthem" (Demo 2012 Remaster) Hymns 20132001 [71]
"Christbait Rising" (Original Unreleased Mix) Streetcleaner 20101989 [44]
"Deadhead" (Original Demo Guitar & Machine 1988) Streetcleaner 20101988 [44]
"Deaf, Dumb & Blind" (Demo 2012 Remaster) Hymns 20132001 [71]
"Devastator" Life Is Easy [lower-alpha 17] 19991986 [72]
"Dream Long Dead" (Original Unreleased Mix) Streetcleaner 20101989 [44]
"Ecstacy of Hate" Life Is Easy [lower-alpha 17] 19991986 [72]
"For Life" (Demo 2012 Remaster) Hymns 20132001 [71]
"Grind" Life Is Easy [lower-alpha 17] 19991986 [72]
"Grind" (Manipulation '91)Mortar [lower-alpha 17] 19921991 [73]
"Head Dirt" (Original Unreleased Mix) Streetcleaner 20101989 [44]
"Life Is Easy" Life Is Easy [lower-alpha 17] 19991986 [72]
"Lifefucker-Shitsucker" Life Is Easy [lower-alpha 17] 19991986 [72]
"Like Rats" (Original Unreleased Mix) Streetcleaner 20101989 [44]
"Malewhoreslag" Life Is Easy [lower-alpha 17] 19991986 [72]
"Merciless" Life Is Easy [lower-alpha 17] 19991986 [72]
"Middle Amerika" Life Is Easy [lower-alpha 17] 19991986 [72]
"Paralyzed" (Demo 2012 Remaster) Hymns 20132001 [71]
"Pulp" (Original Unreleased Mix) Streetcleaner 20101989 [44]
"Suction" (Original Demo Guitar & Machine 1988) Streetcleaner 20101988 [44]
"Vampires" (Demo 2012 Mix) Hymns 20132001 [71]
"Voidhead" (Demo 2012 Mix) Hymns 20132001 [71]

Live songs

SongOriginal releaseYear
released
Year
recorded
Ref.
"Christbait Rising" Streetcleaner: Live at Roadburn 2011 20132011 [74]
"Christbait Rising" (Rehearsal April 1989) Streetcleaner 20101989 [44]
"Dead Head" Streetcleaner: Live at Roadburn 2011 20132011 [74]
"Devastator / Mighty Trust Krusher" Streetcleaner: Live at Roadburn 2011 20132011 [74]
"Dream Long Dead" Streetcleaner: Live at Roadburn 2011 20132011 [74]
"Dream Long Dead" (Rehearsal April 1989) Streetcleaner 20101989 [44]
"Fight Show" [lower-alpha 18] Life Is Easy [lower-alpha 17] 19991986 [72]
"Head Dirt" Streetcleaner: Live at Roadburn 2011 20132011 [74]
"Head Dirt" (Live Geneva Early 1990) Streetcleaner 20101990 [44]
"Life Is Easy" Streetcleaner: Live at Roadburn 2011 20132011 [74]
"Like Rats" Streetcleaner: Live at Roadburn 2011 20132011 [74]
"Like Rats" (Peel Session) [lower-alpha 19] Grind Madness at the BBC 20091989 [75]
"Locust Furnace" Streetcleaner: Live at Roadburn 2011 20132011 [74]
"Pulp" Streetcleaner: Live at Roadburn 2011 20132011 [74]
"Pulp" (Peel Session) In All Languages 20011989 [43]
"Pulp" (Rehearsal May 1989) Streetcleaner 20101989 [44]
"Streetcleaner" Streetcleaner: Live at Roadburn 2011 20132011 [74]
"Streetcleaner" (Live Geneva Early 1990) Streetcleaner 20101990 [44]
"Suction" Streetcleaner: Live at Roadburn 2011 20132011 [74]
"Survive" Life Is Easy [lower-alpha 17] 19991987 [72]
"Tiny Tears" Streetcleaner: Live at Roadburn 2011 20132011 [74]
"Tiny Tears" (Peel Session) In All Languages 20011989 [43]
"Wound (Not Wound)" (Peel Session) [lower-alpha 19] Grind Madness at the BBC 20091989 [75]
"Wound" Streetcleaner: Live at Roadburn 2011 20132011 [74]
"Xmas Special" [lower-alpha 20] Life Is Easy [lower-alpha 17] 19991986 [72]

Remixes for other artists

Justin Broadrick has created a number of remixes over his career, [78] and the distinction between a Broadrick remix and a Godflesh remix is often unclear; there is little effective difference since Broadrick is Godflesh's main creative force and sole remixer. [79] The ones listed below are explicitly labeled with the Godflesh title or are inextricably tied to Godflesh (like the two remixes for Pantera). [lower-alpha 21] For a more complete list of Broadrick's remixes, see his discography.

Justin Broadrick Record producer, musician, singer

Justin Karl Michael Broadrick is a British singer, songwriter, guitarist and drummer. He is best known as a founding member of the band Godflesh, one of the first bands to combine elements of extreme metal and industrial music. He was briefly in the English grindcore band Napalm Death when he was a teenager in the mid-1980s, writing and recording guitar for Side One of Napalm Death's debut album, Scum. Broadrick has also maintained a parallel career as a producer, producing records and remixes for groups such as Pantera, Isis, Mogwai and Hydra Head labelmates Pelican. Since 2012, he has been releasing hard techno music under the solo moniker JK Flesh. Broadrick has set up record labels such as HeadDirt, Avalanche Recordings, Post Mortem Productions, Lo Fibre and Heartache.

Pantera American heavy metal band

Pantera was an American heavy metal band from Arlington, Texas. The group was formed in 1981 by the Abbott brothers – drummer Vinnie Paul and guitarist Dimebag Darrell – along with lead vocalist Terry Glaze. Bassist Rex Brown joined the band the following year, replacing Tommy D. Bradford, who was the unofficial original. Having started as a glam metal band, Pantera released four albums during the 1980s. Looking for a new and heavier sound, Pantera replaced Glaze with Phil Anselmo in late 1986 and released Power Metal in 1988. With its fifth album, 1990's Cowboys from Hell, Pantera introduced the groove metal genre, while its 1992 follow-up Vulgar Display of Power exhibited an even heavier sound. Far Beyond Driven (1994) debuted at number one on the Billboard 200. In addition to their contribution to the groove metal genre, Pantera is credited for being part of the second wave of thrash metal scene in the early-to-mid 1990s.

SongOriginal artist(s)Original releaseYearRef.
"21st Century Man" (Godflesh Remix) The Membranes Inner Space/Outer Space2016 [80]
"By Demons Be Driven" (Biomechanical Mix) [lower-alpha 21] Pantera Walk 1993 [82]
"Fucking Hostile" (Biomechanical Mix) [lower-alpha 21] Pantera Walk 1993 [82]
"Godflesh Style" Evan Dando
Tom Morgan
"Style" / "Godflesh Style"1994 [83]
"The Great Leap" (Godflesh Extended Version) Mortiis Weal & Woe2018 [84]
"The Great Leap" (Godflesh Remix) Mortiis The Great Leap2017 [85]
"Inversion" (Godflesh Remix)KhostNeedles into the Ground – Deconstructed and Reconstructed by Godflesh2016 [86]
"Revelations Vultures Jackals Wolves" (Godflesh Remix)KhostNeedles into the Ground – Deconstructed and Reconstructed by Godflesh2016 [86]
"A Shadow on the Wound" (Godflesh Remix)KhostNeedles into the Ground – Deconstructed and Reconstructed by Godflesh2016 [86]
"Swarm" (Remix by Justin K. Broadrick / Godflesh) Controlled Bleeding Carving Songs2017 [87]

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Notes

  1. Additionally, Godflesh have recorded at least three songs with unknown titles that have never been released. [1]
  2. This song is an altered version of "Wake" from Songs of Love and Hate (1996) with different vocals and guitar. It was made for the Mortal Kombat: Annihilation (1997) soundtrack but was ultimately rejected. [26]
  3. This was at one point the official website for several of Justin Broadrick's projects. [27] "Absorber" was released here for exclusive download. [26]
  4. Some releases list this track as "Deadhead". [44]
  5. 1 2 3 4 This song was originally recorded between 1988's Godflesh and 1989's Streetcleaner for an EP entitled Tiny Tears, but it was shelved and eventually released on Streetcleaner as an appended CD-only bonus track. [45]
  6. 1 2 Some releases combine "Devastator" and "Mighty Trust Krusher" into one track. [39]
  7. 1 2 3 4 This song was originally recorded in the early- to mid-eighties when the band went by the name Fall of Because. [2]
  8. This song is a remix of "Angel Domain" from Songs of Love and Hate. [29]
  9. This song is a deconstructed remix (or "demix", as the liner notes put it) of "Don't Bring Me Flowers" from Pure . [37]
  10. An untitled hidden song is included in this track after a minute of silence. [53]
  11. This song was originally recorded in 1995 but was shelved for four years before being released. [54]
  12. This song is a remix of "Spite" from Pure. [43]
  13. This song is a remix combining elements of "Pure" and "Spite" from Pure. [61]
  14. 1 2 This song only appears on a reissued version of the release. [66]
  15. 1 2 This song was originally created for Us and Them in Dub, a remix album that was never released. [67]
  16. This song is a rerecording of "Wound" from the Tiny Tears bonus tracks on Streetcleaner. [68]
  17. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 This song was released by Fall of Because, [72] [73] an early version of Godflesh. [76] [77]
  18. This track comprises a fifteen-minute live performance of Fall of Because, including the songs "Empire of Lies", "Whiterock-Blackdeath", "Christian Motherfucker" and "Ecstacy of Hate". [72]
  19. 1 2 Though not explicitly labeled as such on the track listing of its original release, this song was recorded at a Peel session. [75]
  20. This track comprises a fifteen-minute live performance of Fall of Because, including the songs "Life Is Easy", "Calling" and "Submit-Suppress". [72]
  21. 1 2 3 This remix is credited to Justin Broadrick (the Godflesh frontman), but it uses the same remix title that he employed for Godflesh songs on the Merciless EP. [37] In 1997, Broadrick referred to the remix as something "we" did, speaking of him and G. C. Green, the two constituents of Godflesh. [81]

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