Tuesday, November 23, 2021

Coroner - Coroner (1995)

Coroner - Coroner (1995)


Tracklist front / back album covers


1. "Benway's World"   0:49

2. "The Favorite Game"   4:30

3. "Shifter"   4:50

4. "Serpent Moves"   6:13

5. "Snow Crystal"   0:37

6. "Divine Step (Conspectu Mortis)"   6:21

7. "Gliding Above While Being Below"   3:37

8. "Der Mussolini"   3:39

9. "Last Entertainment (T.V. Bizarre)"   3:51

10. "Reborn Through Hate"   4:02

11. "Golden Cashmere Sleeper, Part 1"   4:57

12. "Golden Cashmere Sleeper, Part 2"   4:59

13. "Masked Jackal"   5:01

14. "I Want You (She's So Heavy)" (The Beatles cover)   7:15

15. "Grin" (No Religion Remix)   8:25

16. "Purple Haze" (Radio Live Cut)   3:45


 


Coroner Band Members / Musicians

Ron Broder – vocals/bass

Tommy Vetterli – guitars

Marky Edelmann – drums, vocals, producer, art direction

Peter Haas – drums on tracks 2, 3 & 11

Chris Vetterli – bass on track 12

Lui Cubello – vocals (background)

Paul Degayler – vocals

Angela Giger – synthesizer

Janelle Sadler – vocals (background)

Steve Gruden – vocals (background)

Kent Smith – keyboards

Val – Conga


Guy Bidmead – producer, engineer

Scott Burns – mixing

Coroner – producer

Vovo Faux-Pas – engineer

Paolo Fedrigoli – producer, engineer, remixing, mixing

Jan Garber – engineer

Mischa Good – design

Pete Hinton – producer

Harris Johns – producer

Dan Johnson – mixing

Glenn Miller – mastering

Tom Morris – producer, engineer, mixing

Mark Prator – assistant engineer

Steve Rispin – engineer

Fabian Scheffold – art direction, photography

Sven Sonquest – engineer

Istv├ín Vizner – art direction

Karl-Ulrich Walterbach – executive producer

Gerhard Wolfle – engineer



Coroner is the penultimate release by the Swiss thrash metal band Coroner. It is technically a compilation album, although it features new material as well as selected songs from the band's previous albums. It is also regarded as their final album, even though it was succeeded by a final compilation of unreleased material in 1996, titled The Unknown Unreleased Tracks 1985–95. The band chose to go into the studio for the last time, instead of releasing a greatest hits compilation, even though they had disbanded officially in 1994 (on some of the tracks, Edelmann and Broder are replaced by session musicians).

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