Uncivilization

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Uncivilization
BiohazardUncivilization.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedSeptember 11, 2001
RecordedRat Piss Studios and Justin Guip's Studio (Brooklyn, New York)
Genre Nu metal, hardcore punk [1]
Length58:03
Label Sanctuary
Producer Billy Graziadei, Danny Schuler, Evan Seinfeld, Jive Jones
Biohazard chronology
Tales from the B-Side
(2001)
Uncivilization
(2001)
Kill Or Be Killed
(2003)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic Star full.svgStar full.svgStar half.svgStar empty.svgStar empty.svg [1]

Uncivilization is the sixth studio album by American heavy metal band Biohazard, released on September 11, 2001 by Sanctuary Records and is the only album to feature guitarist Leo Curley, who would leave the band shortly after to focus on writing his own music.

Contents

Track listing

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Sellout"Danny Schuler3:31
2."Uncivilization" Billy Graziadei 4:08
3."Wide Awake"Schuler3:46
4."Get Away"Schuler3:46
5."Unified" (feat. Roger Miret, Danny Diablo and Puerto Rican Mike) Evan Seinfeld 2:55
6."Gone" (feat. Igor Cavalera)Graziadei4:16
7."Letter Go"Graziadei1:22
8."Last Man Standing" (feat. Sen Dog)Graziadei, Seinfeld, Schuler3:17
9."HFFK" (feat. Phil Anselmo)Graziadei, Seinfeld, Schuler2:46
10."Domination" (feat. Corey Taylor and Jamey Jasta)Graziadei, Schuler4:24
11."Trap" (feat. Andreas Kisser and Derrick Green)Graziadei3:56
12."Plastic" (feat. Peter Steele)Seinfeld5:29
13."Cross the Line"Seinfeld4:11
Total length:58:03
Bonus tracks
No.TitleLength
14."A.T.F."4:01
15."Life of My Own" (Cro-Mags cover)2:52
16."Sex and Violence" (Carnivore cover)3:23

Personnel

Credits adapted from AllMusic: [2]

Biohazard
Additional personnel

Charts

Album ChartPeak
Austrian Album Charts 54
German Album Charts 53

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References

  1. 1 2 "Uncivilization - Biohazard | Release Info | AllMusic". AllMusic. Retrieved September 14, 2018.
  2. "Uncivilization - Biohazard|Credits". AllMusic . Retrieved November 18, 2017.