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Performer: Heresy
Title: 20 Reasons To End It All
Country: Japan
Released: 2006
Style: Thrash, Hardcore
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.1 ✦
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Both sessions released together as the "13 Rocking Anthems" LP, In Your Face Records November 1989, FACE07. Tracks 18 to 20 recorded live through the . at the "Duchess Of York", Leeds, 14th December 1988, the final Heresy show. Originally released as the "Live At Leeds" 7" EP, Open Records 1993. Mastering SID Code: IFPI LP78. Matrix, Runout: KEY BTRCRS015.

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Tracks 18 to 20 recorded live through the . 20 tracks are listed on the CD sleeve, but they are indexed as only 16 tracks.

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Tracklist

A1 Follow Suit
A2 Ghettoised
A3 Them And Us And Me And You
A4 Everyday Madness Everyday
A5 Consume
A6 Face Up To It!
A7 Into The Grey
A8 When Unity Becomes Solidarity
A9 The Street Enters The House
A10 Cornered Rat
A11 Open Up
B1 Everyday Madness Everyday
B2 Break The Connection
B3 Ghettoised
B4 Network Ends
B5 Release
B6 Genocide
B7 Face Up To It
B8 Make The Connection
B9 Genocide

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – GZ Digital Media
  • Recorded At – Whitehouse Recording Studio

Credits

  • Bass – Kalv Piper*
  • Drums – Steve Charlesworth*
  • Engineer – Martin Colley (tracks: A5 to A11), Mike Robinson (tracks: B1 to B6)
  • Guitar – Steve "Baz" Ballam*
  • Producer – Dale Griffin (tracks: A5 to B6), Heresy (tracks: A1 to A4), Martin Nicholls* (tracks: A1 to A4)
  • Vocals – John March

Notes

A1 to A4 recorded at the Whitehouse Studio, Weston Super Mare, 19th - 21st December 1988.
Originally released as the "Whose Generation?" 7" EP, In Your Face Records February 1989, FACE 04.
A5 to A11 recorded at the BBC in Maida Vale, North London 1st March 1988.
B1 to B6 recorded at the BBC in Maida Vale, North London 10th January 1989.
Both sessions released together as the "13 Rocking Anthems" LP, In Your Face Records November 1989, FACE07.
B7 to B9 recorded live through the P.A. at the "Duchess Of York", Leeds, 14th December 1988, the final Heresy show.
Originally released as the "Live At Leeds" 7" EP, Open Records 1993.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TFCK-88574 Heresy = ヘレシー* Heresy = ヘレシー* - 20 Reasons To End It All = バンドを解散させる20の方法 ‎(CD, Comp) Toy's Factory TFCK-88574 Japan 1992
BTRCRS12-015 Heresy 20 Reasons To End It All ‎(LP, Comp, TP, W/Lbl) Boss Tuneage BTRCRS12-015 UK Unknown
BTRCRS12-015 Heresy 20 Reasons To End It All ‎(LP, Comp, Red) Boss Tuneage BTRCRS12-015 UK 2007
SSR-014 Heresy 20 Reasons To End It All ‎(CD, Comp) Speedstate Records SSR-014 Japan 2006
BTRSV003 Heresy 20 Reasons To End It All ‎(LP, Comp, RP, Whi) Boss Tuneage BTRSV003 UK 2011