Type O Negative The Origin Of The Feces (Not Live At Brighton Beach) 30th Anniversary 2LP is Run Out Groove's new pre-order title. Type O's second studio album was recorded in a studio but recorded to sound "live" by adding in crowd noises, banter with a fake audience, and even an abrupt song stop because the venue supposedly had received a bomb threat. This was done to mimic the controversy the band faced during the European portion of their Slow, Deep and Hard tour.
This album was also the firs time Type O Negative started to include cover songs performed in their distinct sound. The album includes covers of Black Sabbath's "Paranoid" and Billy Roberts' "Hey Joe," which has been re-titled "Hey Pete" in homage to singer, Peter Steele. The reprise of "Kill You Tonight" has a sample of the closing piano strike from The Beatles' "A Day in the Life."
For the first stand-alone vinyl release in North America, ROG is reissuing the band's sophomore effort for its 30h Anniversary. The 140g deluxe 2LP set is pressed on color vinyl, features the original "censored" sphincter cover art with a scratch n' sniff surprise, deluxe packaging and an exclusive poster of the famous 1498 woodcut by Albrecht Dürer, The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
1 I Know You're Fucking Someone Else 15:02
1 Are You Afraid 2:13
2 Gravity 7:13
3 Pain 4:40
1 Kill You Tonight 2:17
2 Hey Pete 5:10
3 Kill You Tonight (Reprise) 7:08
1 Paranoid 7:21