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Occasional sections can wander away from the focused intensity of the majority of the album, but overall, 012: Revolution in Just Listening rewards attentive listening.
Album Name 0:12 Revolution in Just Listening. 5. Sometimes Selling Out Is Waking Up. 6. Where the Hell Is Rick Thorne These Days? 7. Jesus in the Year 2000, Next on the Shit List. 9. They Always Come in Fall.
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That same year, Kansas City's Coalesce released their swansong, 0:12 Revolution In Just Listening on Relapse Records. 0:12 Revolution In Just Listening is the most cripplingly heavy 23 minutes ever graced with the core tag. Throughout the decade after its release, 0:12 spawned legions of imitators in bands like A Life Once Lost, Every Time I Die, and the Red Chord, neither one able to capture the schizophrenic mixture of ass-whooping brutality and eye popping technicality as the original . It's furious blend of bludgeoning groove and scalpel-like precision makes it a landmark album not only for the genre of Metalcore, but for heavy music in general.
Listen free to Coalesce – 0:12 Revolution In Just Listening (What Happens on the Road Always Comes Home, Cowards. 0:12 Revolution in Just Listening is the third studio album to be released by Missouri band Coalesce. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.
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0:12 Revolution in Just Listening is the third studio album to be released by Missouri band Coalesce, which was released on November 16, 1999 through Relapse Records. The album was recorded and released posthumously, as the group broke up prior after touring troubles and made the album as they were obliged to do so by contract.
0:12 Revolution in Just Listening, hiatus and return to touring (1999-2004). Ox and second hiatus (2005-present). Artistry In the summer of 1995, Coalesce embarked on their first . tour to promote 002. They supported the bands Bloodlet and 108. The tour served as a cause of Coalesce's first break-up, as the clashing of personalities had amplified between vocalist Sean Ingram and drummer Jim Redd while on the road. Once Coalesce returned home from the road, Redd convinced the other bandmates to oust Ingram from the band. Sean showed up at band.
|1||What Happens On The Road Always Comes Home||3:05|
|3||Burn Everything That Bears Our Name||2:23|
|4||While The Jackass Operation Spins Its Wheels||2:22|
|5||Sometimes Selling Out Is Waking Up||3:21|
|6||Where The Hell Is Rick Thorne These Days?||1:55|
|7||Jesus In The Year 2000 / Next On The Shit List||2:56|
|8||Counting Murders And Drinking Beer (The $46,000 Escape)||2:32|
|9||They Always Come In Fall||2:48|
- Art Direction, Design – Sean Ingram
- Executive Producer – Matthew F. Jacobson
- Mastered By – Dave Shirk
NotesThis limited edition LP was assembled special for the Coalesce US tour March/April 2002. Limited to 125 copies.
"I'm going to cut of your feet and then you will have prosthetic feet..." Etched on side A. "...which is exactly what you deserve" Etched on side B.
|RR 6426-2||Coalesce||0:12 Revolution In Just Listening (CD, Album)||Relapse Records||RR 6426-2||US||1999|
|RR 7014-1||Coalesce||012:2 (LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Gre)||Relapse Records||RR 7014-1||US||2008|
|HH666-42||Coalesce||0:12 Revolution In Just Listening (LP, Album, TP, W/Lbl)||Hydra Head Records||HH666-42||US||2000|
|RR 6426||Coalesce||0:12 Revolution in Just Listening (CD, Album, Promo)||Relapse Records||RR 6426||US||1999|
|RR 7014-1||Coalesce||012:2 (LP, Album, RE, Bl)||Relapse Records||RR 7014-1||US||2008|