Slow Deep & Hard 1991
The Origin of the Feces 1992
Bloody Kisses 1993
Dead Again – 2007 (not my rip)
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Type O Negative is a heavy metal band from Brooklyn, New York City. Although commonly viewed as a gothic metal band, Type O has also incorporated elements of doom metal, thrash metal, blues, punk rock/hardcore punk, and alternative rock into their work, and often describe their sound as Black Sabbath-meets-The Beatles, both of whose songs they have covered. Their dramatic lyrical emphasis on themes of romance, depression, and death has resulted in the nickname "The Drab Four" (in homage to The Beatles "Fab Four" moniker). The band went Platinum with 1993's Bloody Kisses and have gained an enormous underground following with seven studio albums, two best-of compilations, and concert DVDs. Their most recent album is 2007's Dead Again.
Slow Deep and Hard
Slow, Deep and Hard is Type O Negative's first album, released on Roadrunner Records in 1991. Originally titled None More Negative, it consists of seven tracks and is a semi-autobiographical album (with heavy amounts of black humor) based on a relationship that vocalist/bassist Peter Steele was involved in.
The album is considered the catapult to launching the band's career (which later skyrocketed with Bloody Kisses and October Rust). While the album definitely has a rawness that was prominent on Peter Steele's previous band Carnivore, it does incorporate elements that would become standard for Type O Negative. Therefore, fans are divided on this album. Either way, it remains a merging of styles including doom metal, thrash metal, gothic rock, and industrial music.
The cover of Slow, Deep and Hard is in fact that of a blurred out picture of sexual penetration.  The picture has been misinterpreted many times as being a naked man or other miscellaneous objects, but it is indeed another humorous joke put on by Type O Negative for their fans and against the industry. Their following album: The Origin of the Feces attempted to carry the same humor with a raw picture of a male anus, however, having not blurred the picture at all - the record company forced a re-release with a more suitable picture.
1. "Unsuccessfully Coping with the Natural Beauty of Infidelity" – 12:39
1. Anorganic Transmutogenesis (Synthetic Division)
2. Coitus Interruptus
3. I Know You're Fucking Someone Else
2. "Der Untermensch" – 8:54
2. Waste of Life
3. "Xero Tolerance" (includes samples from J.S. Bach) – 7:45
1. Type "A" Personality Disorder
2. Kill You Tonight
3. Love You to Death
4. "Prelude to Agony" – 12:14
1. The Truth
2. God Love Fire Woman Death
4. Pain (Is Irrelevant)
5. "Glass Walls of Limbo (Dance Mix)" – 6:41
6. "The Misinterpretation of Silence and its Disastrous Consequences" – 1:04
1. Venus: Contrary Motion
7. "Gravitational Constant: G = 6.67 x 10-8 cm-3 gm-1 sec-2" – 9:14
1. Unjustifiable Existence
2. Acceleration (Due to Gravity) = 980 cm-2 sec
3. Antimatter: Electromechanical Psychedelicosis
4. Requiem for a Souless Man
The Origin of the Feces
The Origin of the Feces is the second album by Brooklyn band Type O Negative, which was released in 1992. The album was produced to sound as if it had been recorded at a live show by adding crowd noises, banter with the fictitious audience, and even a song stopping because the venue supposedly had a bomb threat called in. This was done to simulate some controversy the band had on tour in Europe for the Slow Deep and Hard tour. The band is well known among fans for weaving this type of dry humor into their often gloomy music.
Some of the songs are fresh arrangements of tracks that appeared previously on Slow, Deep and Hard. Many of the song names have been deliberately miswritten. The song "Gravitational Constant: G = 6.67 x 10-8 cm-3 gm-1 sec-2 " is titled "Gravity", and the wry "Unsuccessfully Coping With The Natural Beauty of Infidelity" became "I Know You're Fucking Someone Else" from the chorus. This is likely a reference to constantly bad liner notes of typical bootleg live albums, and the way people expect song names to come from chorus lines.
This album also started the tradition of Type O Negative including cover songs stylized in their distinct gothic-doom sound. The album includes covers of Black Sabbath's "Paranoid" (which also halfway through the song contains the main riff of Black Sabbath's "Iron Man"), and Jimi Hendrix's "Hey Joe", which has been adapted into "Hey Pete" for frontman Peter Steele.
The original cover of the album features a closeup of an anal sphincter, allegedly Steele's. This was changed to a green and black version of The Dance of Death. The album's title is an obvious pun and reference to Charles Darwin's On the Origin of Species
1. "I Know You're Fucking Someone Else" – 15:02
2. "Are You Afraid" – 2:13
3. "Gravity" – 7:13
4. "Pain" – 4:41
5. "Kill You Tonight" – 2:17
6. "Hey Pete" (music from Jimi Hendrix's "Hey Joe" with new lyrics) – 5:10
7. "Kill You Tonight (Reprise)" – 7:08
8. "Paranoid" (Black Sabbath Cover) - 7:20 (Did not appear on the original pressing of the album. Was added when the album was repressed with a different cover.)
Bloody Kisses is the third album by Brooklyn band Type O Negative. It marked significant stylistic growth for the band in terms of songwriting and production values, and it is also the last recording to feature Sal Abruscato on drums. The album further established Type O Negative motifs, such as including cover songs restylized into gloomy gothic doom, featuring sample-heavy soundscapes in between songs, and dry, satirical humor. This album includes a cover of the Seals and Crofts song "Summer Breeze".
The most successful single from Bloody Kisses was the song "Black No.1 (Little Miss Scare-All)", which poked fun at (and paid tribute to) gothic subculture stereotypes. A radio edit of the song achieved modest airplay and the song has become a staple of Type O Negative's live show. The video even appeared on Beavis and Butt-Head, where it received a positive reaction from the duo.
The tracks "Kill All The White People" and "We Hate Everyone" were written as a response to the controversy over the bands' alleged racist sentiments that were born after a tour in Europe and due to Peter Steele's previous band Carnivore's explicit lyrics. They feature lyrics mocking the whole issue. These songs were later omitted from the Digipack release of this album since they stylistically differ from the rest of the tracks.
1. "Machine Screw" (Intro) – 0:40
2. "Christian Woman" – 8:55
3. "Black No.1 (Little Miss Scare-All)" – 11:11
4. "Fay Wray Come Out and Play" (Interlude) – 1:04
5. "Kill All the White People" – 3:23
6. "Summer Breeze" (originally by Seals and Crofts) – 4:47
7. "Set Me on Fire" – 3:29
8. "Dark Side of the Womb" (Interlude) – 0:26
9. "We Hate Everyone" – 6:50
10. "Bloody Kisses (A Death in the Family)" – 10:52
11. "3.O.I.F." (Interlude) – 2:06
12. "Too Late: Frozen" – 7:49
13. "Blood & Fire" – 5:30
14. "Can't Lose You" – 6:05
October Rust is the fourth album by Type O Negative. It was released in 1996, and has a more gothic rock feel than earlier albums. This is the first album to feature Johnny Kelly credited as the band's drummer, though in a 2007 interview with Dave Manack for dreadcentral.com keyboardist and co-producer, Josh Silver confessed that all the drum parts on "October Rust" and the band's two subsequent studio albums (World Coming Down and Life is Killing Me) were programmed. October Rust has more ballads and less of the punk/metal sound of previous or subsequent albums. It also features a (much heavier) cover of Neil Young's "Cinnamon Girl."
It is the second of their albums to introduce the "joke intro;" in this case, the intro, "Bad Ground", is 38 seconds of low-level buzzing, meant to sound as if the listener's speakers are incorrectly plugged in. The second and fifteenth tracks are humorous untitled intros and outros to the album, respectively, with the band downplaying the recording of the album. Another strange technique employed on the album is the use of very abrupt endings to a few of the songs, notably "Green Man" and "Red Water". The third track "Love You to Death" was covered by Polish gothic/progressive metal band Moonlight.
1. "Bad Ground" – 0:38
2. "[Thanks from the Band]" - 0:21
3. "Love You to Death" - 7:08
4. "Be My Druidess" - 5:25
5. "Green Man" - 5:47
6. "Red Water (Christmas Mourning)" - 6:48
7. "My Girlfriend's Girlfriend" - 3:46
8. "Die With Me" - 7:12
9. "Burnt Flowers Fallen" - 6:09
10. "In Praise of Bacchus" - 7:36
11. "Cinnamon Girl" (Neil Young cover) - 4:00
12. "The Glorious Liberation of the People's Technocratic Republic of Vinnland by the Combined Forces of the United Territories of Europa" - 1:07
13. "Wolf Moon (Including Zoanthropic Paranoia)" - 6:37
14. "Haunted" - 10:07
15. "[Bye from the Band]"- 0:08
Dead Again is the seventh studio album by Type O Negative, released through SPV/Steamhammer. It consists of ten tracks. The cover photo is a portrayal of Grigori Rasputin, the Russian mystic and associate of Tsar Nicholas II, and likewise the lettering is faux-Cyrillic font. Reception to this album was quite positive among fans and critics and received the highest chart position for the band yet.
The album was re-released in February 2008, with a DVD including live performances, interviews, and music videos. A separate 3LP vinyl set was also released, which includes a shirt and 12-page booklet.
The Best Buy exclusive bonus disc includes the following live songs:
1. "Everything Dies/My Girlfriend's Girlfriend"
2. "Are You Afraid/Gravitational Constant"
3. "Christian Woman" (labeled as 'Christian Women' on the case)
4. "Love You To Death"
5. "Black No. 1"
1. "Dead Again" – 4:15
2. "Tripping a Blind Man" – 7:04
3. "The Profits of Doom" – 10:47
4. "September Sun" – 9:46
5. "Halloween in Heaven" – 4:50
6. "These Three Things" – 14:21
7. "She Burned Me Down" – 7:54
8. "Some Stupid Tomorrow" – 4:20
9. "An Ode to Locksmiths" – 5:15
10. "Hail and Farewell to Britain" – 8:55