To Whom It May Consume

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To Whom It May Consume
Studio album by
ReleasedJuly 13, 1999
StudioEntertainment International Studios, Smyrna, GA Songbird Recording Studios, Atlanta, GA
Genre Hip Hop
Label Lambnut
Producer Rehab, Jan Nerud
Rehab chronology
To Whom It May Consume
Southern Discomfort

To Whom It May Consume is the first album by the band Rehab [1] and the only one to include all three original members, Denny Campbell (Steaknife), Danny (Boone) Alexander and Jason Brooks (Brooks Buford). [2] The album was recorded and mixed at Entertainment International Studios, Smyrna, GA & Songbird Recording Studios, Atlanta, GA. [3] Originally released in 1999, the album was re-pressed in 2006.


Track listing

1."Prescription For Pain"1:02
2."Self Esteem" (featuring Brandy Nerud)4:53
3."Advice From Within"0:44
4."No One Understands" (featuring Cathy Swane)5:17
5."God I Don't Know Why"6:12
7."Hangover" (featuring Cathy Swane)5:03
8."Action of Love"1:11
9."Love The Things You Do" (featuring Cathy Swane)4:03
10."Delirium With All the Tremors"0:50
11."And Where We Go" (featuring Cathy Swane)4:46
12."Life Is Not a Blessing"4:37
13."Inertia Explained"1:08
14."Absolutely No Idea"4:31
15."So What"0:17
16."Life Is Bloody"4:42
17."Edge of Implosion"0:39
18."Less Than Fresh"4:25
19."Lab Rat"1:30
20."To Whom It May Consume"5:41
21."Obsession Achieved"0:14
22."Masturbating Death"5:11
23."Suicidal Exeptance"0:15
24."What Have I Done" (featuring Brandy Nerud)4:53


Danny "Boone" Alexander - Vocals
Jason "Brooks" Buford - Vocals
Denny Campbell (Steaknife) - Vocals
Brandy Nerud - Backing Vocals
Cathy Swane - Backing Vocals
Jan Nerud - Guitars, Mixing, Engineering
Denman - Percussion, High Hat

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