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Slave (Amen album)

Studio album by Amen
Released January 1, 1995
Recorded ?
Genre Alternative metal, hardcore punk
Length 49:59
Label Drag U La Records
Producer Casey Chaos
Amen chronology

Slave is the first album recorded by Casey Chaos under the name AMEN and was limited to 2000 copies upon its initial release, but it has now been re-released on Amen's brand new online Refuse Musick store.[1] In 2005, the album was re-released with bonus tracks.

Track listing

All songs written by Casey Chaos, except: "Safety in Suicide" (written by Casey Chaos and Justin Gingerella) and "Burning Rubber" (written by Lydia Lunch).

  1. Slave
  2. Freak Down
  3. Bleed to Know
  4. L.A. Decorum
  5. Operate
  6. Like You Burn
  7. Safety in Suicide
  8. Monkey
  9. Burning Rubber (Teenage Jesus and the Jerks cover)
  10. Valley of the Dogs
  11. Shut Up!
  12. Celebrate Annihilation
  13. Jitterbug #9
  14. A Message to the Masses
  15. This Drained Divine
  16. Excommunicamus
  17. Coma America (bonus track)
  18. Whores of Hollywood (extended) (bonus track)
  19. Destroy Rock 'n' Roll (bonus track)
  20. Life Crime (bonus track)
  21. Deformer (bonus track)
  22. Hands of Cancer (bonus track)
  23. Drive (bonus track)


  1. ^ Refuse Musick online store
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