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(Original Cover)                           (Earache Cover)
Godflesh
Format: Cat #: Year/Label:
(12") Flesh LP1 1988 - Swordfish Records
(12") SSC-8003 1990 - Silent Scream
(CS) SSC-8003 1990 - Silent Scream
(CS) Mosh 20 1990 - Earache Records
(CS) Mosh 20 1995 - Earache Records (Re-issue)
(CD) Mosh 20CD 1990 - Earache Records
(CD) Mosh 20CD 1995 - Earache Records (Re-issue)
(12") KR-22 2008 - Kreation Records
(2x12") ? 2014 - Century Media

The band's first release was a 6-song EP through Swordfish Records, a small record label from Birmingham. This was issued on vinyl only. The band signed to Earache Records shortly after, and both Earache and Silent Scream recordings re-issued this recording in 1990. Earache's version contained 2 bonus tracks, from some unknown session and Silent Scream issued this without the bands consent and is a bootleg. In 1995, Earache re-issued this and a 2008 remaster came out on vinyl. A box set with two other albums came out in 2013 which featured the original grey-tone album cover and a pair of vinyl-only re-issues came out on separate labels even years later.

Track Listing
1. (5:14) Avalanche Master Song
2. (4:30) Veins
3. (5:02) Godhead
4. (5:08) Spinebender
5. (4:24) Weak Flesh
6. (6:31) Ice Nerveshatter
7. (13:06) Wounds (*)
8. (8:42) Streetcleaner 2 (*)
-- (30:48) LP/CS Total:
-- (52:38) CD Total:
Notes
* Recorded June/July 1988 at Soundcheck.
* The original release on Swordfish Records was released on clear and black vinyl and has a slightly different cover. It is more of a grey toned picture, whereas the Earache re-releases are just plain black and white. Contains lyrics to Avalanche Master Song, Veins and Weak Flesh. Also contains pictures not included on the Earache Re-releases. Etched into side A is "Low life motherfuckers". Side B has "Music from the death factory "88"" etched into it.
* The cassette release on Silent Scream is the same as above, but also has a picture of a very young Justin and Benny. The Earache release doesn't contain all the pictures but has a new one, and doesn't have lyrics. This may possibly have been released on vinyl as well. This version also incorrectly lists track one as "Avalanche" and track two as "Master Song".
* Tracks 7 and 8 are bonus tracks on the cd from some later, unknown recording session.
* "Wounds" is a remixed version of "Wound" which is found on Streetcleaner.
* A video for "Avalanche Master Song" was made.
* This cd was re-released as Mosh 20CD on July 1st, 1995, with a white CD casing instead of traditional black case.
* Remastered and re-issued in 2008 as a limited vinyl pressing. 200 copies were issued on splatter and an unspecified amount on black vinyl. This pressing has Wounds included. This also included the original artwork (grey-toned cover).
* Released alongside Selfless and Us And Them as a 2013 triple-CD box set.
* Double-vinyl issued on the 21st of January, 2014 as a clear with glow-in-the-dark splatter release.


Streetcleaner
Format: Cat #: Year/Label:
(12") Mosh 15 1989 - Earache
(CS) Mosh 15 1989 - Earache
(CS) 88561-2023-4 1989 - Relativity / Earache
(CD) Mosh 15CD 1989 - Earache Records
(CD) 88561-2023-4 1989 - Relativity / Earache
(CD) Mosh 15CD 1994 - Earache Records (Re-issue)
(12") KR-21 2008 - Kreation Records
(2xCD) Mosh 1501 2010 - Earache Records (Remaster)
(12") Mosh 1501LP 2016 - Earache Records (Remaster)

The band's seminal sophomore effort, Streetcleaner was issued in November of 1989. Compiling three recording sessions into one full-length record, this remains the band's most popular and most influential album. It was re-issued in 1994 and then remastered for a vinyl release in 2008. A digital remaster followed in 2010 containing a second disc of rehearsals, live cuts and demo material.

Track Listing
Disc One
1. (4:28) Like Rats
2. (6:59) Christbait Rising
3. (4:17) Pulp
4. (5:17) Dream Long Dead
5. (6:09) Head Dirt
6-7. (8:46) Devastator/Mighty Trust Krusher (*)
8. (4:49) Life Is Easy
9. (6:43) Streetcleaner
10. (4:44) Locust Furnace
11. (3:24) Tiny Tears
12. (3:07) Wound
13. (4:07) Dead Head
14. (3:23) Suction
-- (52:13) LP/CS Total:
-- (66:16) CD Total:
Disc Two (2010 Re-issue Only)
1. (4:22) Like Rats (Original Unreleased Mix)
2. (6:50) Christbait Rising (Original Unreleased Mix)
3. (4:07) Pulp (Original Unreleased Mix)
4. (5:08) Dream Long Dead (Original Unreleased Mix)
5. (6:01) Head Dirt (Original Unreleased Mix)
6. (5:47) Streetcleaner (Live Geneva Early 1990)
7. (6:00) Head Dirt (Live Geneva Early 1990)
8. (12:20) Pulp (Rehearsal May 1989)
9. (5:29) Dream Long Dead (Rehearsal April 1989)
10. (6:34) Christbait Rising (Rehearsal April 1989)
11. (4:01) Deadhead (Original Demo Guitar & Machine 1988)
12. (3:11) Suction (Original Demo Guitar & Machine 1988)
Notes
* Originally issued on the 13th of November, 1989, Streetcleaner is actually three recording sessions combined to make up the band's debut LP.
* Tracks 11-14 are bonus tracks on CD versions only and were recorded as the unreleased Tiny Tears EP. Due to pressure from Earache, the band shelved these temporarily until a complete album was recorded.
* Tracks 1-5 recorded at Soundcheck in Birmingham between May and August 1989. Tracks 6-10 were recorded at Square Dance in Derby (May 1989) and feature Paul Neville on guitars.
* Devastator/Mighty Trust Krusher was intended to be one track but was split on all pressings until the 2010 remaster.
* Streetcleaner was re-issued in 1994 on cassette and CD but featured inferior cover and back art. Second-generation photos were used.
* Issued on limited vinyl in 2008 through Kreation Records. This pressing excludes the song Locust Furnace though it is retained on the track listing. It therefore contains tracks 1-9 only. This was limited to 250 copies on orange splatter, 250 copies on clear orange and black as well as on black vinyl.
* Remastered and re-issued with a second disc in 2010. This ultimate release of Streetcleaner features the original mixes from tracks from the first side of the album (tracks 1-5), a pair of live songs from 1990, three rehearsal tracks from 1989 and demos from the Tiny Tears EP as well as expanded liner notes.
* Re-issued on vinyl on the 29th of January, 2016. This was limited to 1,000 copies, 500 on what's titled Streetcleaner clear and another 500 on Locust Furnace orange. This is based on the remastered version from 2010.


Loopflesh
Format: Cat #: Year/Label:
(7") #7 1991 - Clawfist

This legendary split 7" has Loop (listed as Loopflesh) performing the Godflesh song Like Rats. Godflesh (listed as Fleshloop) performs the Loop original Straight To Your Heart.

Track Listing
1. (6:30) Loop: Like Rats
2. (7:40) Godflesh: Straight To Your Heart
-- (14:10) Total:
Notes
* This 7" was released in May 1991 as part of the Clawfist Singles Club, in a limited edition of 1,400.
* Etched on side A of this 7" is the palindrome "Rats Live On No Evil Star." Side B says the same only the letters are all written backwards.


Slavestate
Format: Cat #: Year/Label:
(12") Mosh 30T 1991 - Earache

The first of several Slavestate releases. This is a four-song EP released on vinyl only in 1991.

Track Listing
1. (3:56) Slavestate
2. (7:37) Perfect Skin
3. (4:46) Someone Somewhere Scorned
4. (5:46) Meltdown
-- (22:05) LP Total:
Notes
* All songs recorded & mixed at Avalanche Studios between February and March 1991.
* Possibly limited to 1,000 copies, but I cannot verify this.
* This has "Fruits Of A Mad One At Mart's?" etched into side A.


Slavestate Remixes
Format: Cat #: Year/Label:
(12") Mosh 30T (R) 1991 - Earache

The remix counterpart to the Slavestate EP listed above. This was also released on vinyl only.

Track Listing
1. (3:56) Slavestate (Radio Slave)
2. (8:28) Slavestate Total State Mix
3. (12:14) Perfect Skin Dub
-- (25:39) LP Total:
Notes
* This was a limited 12" to my understanding, though the specific number is unknown.


Slateman
Format: Cat #: Year/Label:
(7") SP114 1991 - Sub Pop
(7") Mosh 47 1991 - Earache
(12") Mosh 47 1991 - Earache
(CD) Mosh 47 1991 - Earache

Two-song single featuring a re-recorded version of Wound and a new song.

Track Listing
1. (5:59) Slateman
2. (4:26) Wound '91
-- (10:25) Total:
Notes
* The first release of this was through the Sub Pop Singles Club and was issued on red, grey and black vinyl.
* Earache issued this on 7", 12" and CD. The 12" release has "Pure" etched in the run-out groove on side 1
* Later re-issued alongside Cold World as part of a two-in-one release: Slateman / Cold World.


Slavestate
Format: Cat #: Year/Label:
(12") Mosh 30 1991 - Earache
(ProCS) Mosh 30 1991 - Earache
(CS) Mosh 30 1991 - Earache
(CS) 88561-1073 1991 - Earache / Relativity
(CS) Mosh 30 1995 - Earache (Re-issue)
(CD) Mosh 30CD 1991 - Earache
(CD) 88561-1073 1991 - Earache / Relativity
(CD) Mosh30CD 1995 - Earache (Re-issue)

The final release of Slavestate was a compilation of the above three releases: the Slavestate EP, Slavestate Remixes and the Slateman single. The vinyl version does not contain the latter. While essentially a collection disc, it is often considered an LP as it clocks in at just under an hour.

Track Listing
1. (3:56) Slavestate
2. (7:37) Perfect Skin
3. (4:46) Someone Somewhere Scorned
4. (5:46) Meltdown
4. (3:56) Slavestate (Radio Slave)
5. (8:28) Slavestate Total State Mix
6. (12:14) Perfect Skin Dub
7. (5:59) Slateman
8. (4:26) Wound '91
-- (47:37) LP Total:
-- (58:02) CS/CD Total:
Notes
* The vinyl release did not include the Slateman tracks.
* Released on a promotional cassette in blue.
* The packaging of the CS and CD releases was identical to the earlier versions but also included the images from the Slateman single.
* Re-issued on CS and CD on the 14th of March, 1995.
* Re-released in August of 2009 as part of the Pure / Cold World / Slavestate triple-CD package.


Cold World
Format: Cat #: Year/Label:
(12") Mosh 56 1991 - Earache
(CS) Mosh 56 1991 - Earache
(CS) 88561-1153-4 1991 - Relativity / Earache
(CD) Mosh 56CD 1991 - Earache
(CD) 88561-1153-2 1991 - Relativity / Earache

Recorded during the sessions for Pure, this four-song EP came out before that LP and is the first Godflesh material to feature Robert Hampson on guitars.

Track Listing
1. (5:27) Cold World
2. (5:55) Nihil
3. (5:37) Nihil (Total Belief Mix)
4. (5:36) Nihil (No Belief Mix)
-- (22:35) Total:
Notes
* Recorded and mixed at Avalanche Studios September/October 1991.
* Robert Hampson appears on track 1.
* This was discontinued November 16th 1995 but re-relased as part of a two-in-one package as as half of Slateman / Cold World.
* Re-released in August of 2009 as part of the Pure / Cold World / Slavestate triple-CD package.


Pure
Format: Cat #: Year/Label:
(12") Mosh 32 1991 - Earache
(CS) Mosh 32 1991 - Earache
(CS) 88561-1087-4 1991 - Relativity/Earache
(CD) Mosh 32CD 1991 - Earache
(CD) 88561-1087-2 1991 - Relativity/Earache
(CD) Mosh 32CD 1996 - Earache (Re-issue)

This is the band's second full-length album. It marks the first Godflesh release to have Robert Hampson of the band Loop on guitar. The bonus track Love, Hate (Slugbaiting) features 3 minutes of material from Fall of Because, Godflesh's predecessor and therefore has Paul Neville on guitars. The band recorded a video for Mothra.

Track Listing
1. (4:30) Spite
2. (4:31) Mothra
3. (7:22) I Wasn't Born To Follow
4. (6:15) Predominance
5. (5:02) Pure
6. (9:20) Monotremata
7. (4:39) Baby Blue Eyes
8. (6:48) Don't Bring Me Flowers
9. (9:59) Love, Hate (Slugbaiting)
10. (21:16) Pure II
-- (48:27) CS/LP Total:
-- (79:42) CD Total:
Notes
* Tracks 1-8 recorded at Avalanche Studios September/October 1991. Tracks 9-10 are bonus tracks on the CD. The introduction to track 9 was recorded and mixed in December of 1989 and features 3 minutes of Fall of Because live. This band was the precursor to Godflesh and featured Justin, Ben and Paul Neville. Paul appears on this portion of the song only.
* UK vinyl contained a 12"x12" double-sided insert which featured the credits/production information as well as the lyrics to the song "Don't Bring Me Flowers". Initial pressings also came packaged with a 16"x11" fold-out poster.
* UK pressings of the vinyl also have "You Just Fuck Me" etched into side 1 and "Where Is Pure III?" on side 2.
* Initial cassette versions came with a sticker.
* Robert Hampson appears on tracks 1, 3, 4, 8 and 10.
* The CD was released in April of 1992. It was re-released the 13th of February, 1996. The re-release has the same artwork, just better quality (as opposed to the poorer quality on Streetcleaner) and also comes with a 2 1/4" by 3" bronze-colored sticker of the album cover. For more information about re-issue artwork quality, click here.
* Re-released in August of 2009 as part of the Pure / Cold World / Slavestate triple-CD package.


Merciless
Format: Cat #: Year/Label:
(2x7") Mosh 116 1994 - Earache
(12") Mosh 116 1994 - Earache
(CD) Mosh 116 1994 - Earache
(CD) CK64360 1994 - Earache / Columbia

This four-song EP was recorded in 1993 and features demixed and biomechanical mixes. Released on CD as well as 12" and on white vinyl as part of a double 7" package.

Track Listing
1. (6:17) Merciless
2. (7:16) Blind
3. (7:14) Unworthy
4. (7:34) Flowers
-- (28:22) Total:
Notes
* Track 1 recorded in December of 1993. Tracks 2 and 3 are biomechanical mixes recorded 1991-1993. Track 4 Don't Bring Me Flowers from Pure was demixed in December of 1993.
* Merciless is actually an old Fall Of Because song remixed. It seems Last Of The Biomechanical Urgents by the band Murder Inc. is played backwards on Unworthy
* Robert Hampson appears on tracks 3 and 4
* The UK CD came in a slim jewel case while the U.S. release was a standard-sized one.
* The 7" version was packaged in a double-gatefold on white vinyl.
* This EP was released in June of 1994 and was re-issued as part of a double CD package with Selfless as Selfless / Merciless on the 10th of September, 1996.


Selfless
Format: Cat #: Year/Label:
(12") Mosh 85 1994 - Earache
(ProCS) ACC66157 1994 - Earache / Columbia
(CS) 66157 1994 - Earache / Columbia
(ProCD) Mosh 85 1994 - Earache
(CD) Mosh 85CD 1994 - Earache
(CD) CK66157 1994 - Earache / Columbia
(12") MOSH 085LP 2016 - Earache
(CD) MOSH 085 2016 - Earache

Justin's self-proclaimed 'rock record' came out in the autumn of 1994 after a long delay due to the Earache / Columbia merger. After six years and a number of releases, this would only be the band's third full-length recording.

Track Listing
1. (5:55) Xnoybis
2. (4:34) Bigot
3. (6:47) Black Boned Angel
4. (3:59) Anything Is Mine
5. (6:02) Empyreal
6. (4:27) Crush My Soul
7. (5:31) Body Dome Light
8. (4:12) Toll
9. (4:32) Heartless
10. (7:27) Mantra
11. (23:50) Go Spread Your Wings
-- (54:25) CS/LP Total:
-- (78:17) CD Total:
Notes
* The promotional cassette has a different cover and inlay. The cover is a green toned version of the original cover, (which is also found in a slightly different version on the Xnoybis promo CD) while the inlay is black with white lines simulating a heartbeat. There are two versions of the promotional CD. One came with a jewel case, and another was just a white paper slipcase with a gold text on black sticker affixed.
* Track 11 is a bonus track on the CD version
* The U.S. CD was released with a clear CD case showing a picture of the 2 band members, and a black-and-white picture of the cover.
* This album was released September 26th 1994 in Europe and on October 18th, in America. It was re-issued as part of a double CD package with Merciless as Selfless / Merciless on the 10th of September, 1996. It was later released alongside Godflesh and Us And Them as a 2013 triple-CD box set.
* Re-issued on CD and vinyl on the 29th of July, 2016. Issued on standard black vinyl as well as what's dubbed Xnoybis clear (500 copies) and Empyreal blue (300 copies).


Crush My Soul
Format: Cat #: Year/Label:
(12") Mosh 127T 1995 - Earache
(CD) Mosh 127CD 1995 - Earache

This three-song, 36-minute single featured two lengthy remixes. One was also found on the Xnoybis promo CD.

Track Listing
1. (4:26) Crush My Soul
2. (15:01) Crush My Soul (Ultramix)
3. (17:26) Xnoybis (Psychofuckdub)
-- (36:53) CD Total:
Notes
* Only released in the U.K., this single contains still photographs from the Crush My Soul music video.
* Track 1 is the album version.


Songs Of Love And Hate
Format: Cat #: Year/Label:
(12") Mosh 157 1996 - Earache
(CS) Mosh 157 1996 - Earache
(CD) Mosh 157CD 1996 - Earache
(12") MOSH 157LP 2016 - Earache

This record is highlighted as the first Godflesh release to feature a studio drummer. The band's fourth LP also featured full lyrics and a traditional change in sound. Having quoted Leonard Cohen on earlier releases, they paid tribute by naming this record after one of his LPs.

Track Listing
1. (4:19) Wake
2. (4:19) Sterile Prophet
3. (4:53) Circle Of Shit
4. (4:40) Hunter
5. (7:45) Gift From Heaven
6. (4:57) Amoral
7. (3:55) Angel Domain
8. (5:34) Kingdom Come
9. (6:13) Time, Death And Wastefulness
10. (5:25) Frail
1. (5:41) Almost Heaven
-- (51:59) CS/LP Total:
-- (57:40) CD Total:
Notes
* Recorded late 1995/early 1996. Released August 20th, 1996 in the U.S.; issued on the 26th of the same month in the U.K.
* The cassette lists side A a Love, side B as Hate. Also incorrectly lists track 2 as Sterile and track 3 as Prophet.
* Track 11 is a bonus track on the CD version only.
* Click Here for more information on the album cover.
* Re-issued in 2009 as part of a double-CD + DVD package. See Songs Of Love In Hate / Love And Hate In Dub / In All Languages.
* Re-issued on the 19th of August, 2016 on vinyl.


Love And Hate In Dub
Format: Cat #: Year/Label:
(ProCS) Mosh 178CD 1997 - Earache
(CD) Mosh 178CD 1997 - Earache
(12") KR-14 2007 - Kreation Records

An LP-length counterpart to Songs Of Love And Hate, this featured completely different versions of almost every song from the LP.

Track Listing
1. (4:48) Circle Of Shit (To The Point Dub)
2. (5:23) Wake (Break Mix)
3. (5:42) Almost Heaven (Closer Mix)
4. (5:54) Gift From Heaven (Breakbeat)
5. (5:18) Frail (Now Broken)
6. (4:42) Sterile Prophet (Version)
7. (5:49) Almost Heaven (Helldub)
8. (5:52) Kingdom Come (Version)
9. (7:16) Time, Death And Wastefulness (In Dub)
10. (5:03) Sterile Prophet (In Dub)
11. (5:04) Domain
12. (10:10) Gift From Heaven (Heavenly)
-- (49:59) LP Total:
-- (71:09) CS/CD Total:
Notes
* Deconstructed and remixed between December 1996 and March 1997.
* Released the 24th of June, 1997 in the U.S. The U.K. release came in a digipak packaging and was issued on July 21st.
* Released on promotional cassette but not retail in this format. Catalogue number is Mosh 178CD.
* The 2009 re-issue of this on vinyl features a remastered versions of all tracks but omits tracks 4, 10 and 12. This was issued on black, fire splatter and gold/black splatter and was limited to 250. Several test presses were also issued and made available to the public.
* Click Here for more information on the album cover.
* Re-issued in 2009 as part of a double-CD + DVD package. See Songs Of Love In Hate / Love And Hate In Dub / In All Languages.


Us And Them
Format: Cat #: Year/Label:
(CS) Mosh 179 1999 - Earache
(ProCD) Mosh 179CDPro 1999 - Earache
(CD) Mosh 179CD 1999 - Earache

Full-length number five returned to a drum machine for percussion and was the first record not to be released on vinyl.

Track Listing
1. (5:20) I, Me, Mine
2. (5:56) Us And Them
3. (4:56) Endgames
4. (5:11) Witchhunt
5. (5:03) Whose Truth Is Your Truth?
6. (5:29) Defiled
7. (4:34) Bittersweet
8. (4:09) Nail
9. (5:38) Descent
10. (5:37) Controlfreak
11. (6:33) The Internal
12. (5:39) Live To Lose
-- (64:05) Total:
Notes
* Released on May 17th, 1999 in Europe; June 8th was the U.S. release date. This was the first Godflesh release not to be issued on vinyl.
* There are no live drums on this record, unlike the last release.
* Live To Lose is actually an older track, originally recorded in 1995, but never released.
* A dub counterpart was scheduled, but never released.
* Released alongside Godflesh and Selfless as a 2013 triple-CD box set.



(Original Cover)                           (2003 Re-issue Cover)
Messiah
Format: Cat #: Year/Label:
(CDR) AREC01 2000 - Avalanche Recordings
(Digital) AREC01 2000 - Avalanche Recordings
(CD) RR 6564-2 2003 - Relapse Records (Remaster)
(2x12") RR 6754-1 2008 - Relapse Records (Remaster)

This unreleased EP from 1994 first saw the light of day through Justin's Avalanche Recordings in 2000. This hard-to-find CD was later re-issued through Relapse Records and can now be obtained easily.

Track Listing
1. (6:29) Messiah
2. (5:56) Wilderness Of Mirrors
3. (6:23) Sungod
4. (3:54) Scapegoat
5. (6:35) Messiah Dub
6. (6:08) Wilderness Of Mirrors Dub
7. (6:28) Sungod Dub
8. (8:53) Scapegoat Dub
-- (50:49) Total:
Notes
* Recorded in 1994, this unreleased EP was mixed and finally issued as the first release through Avalanche Recordings. Released on CDR and digital formats on the 5th of December, 2000. CD limited to 1,000.
* Re-issued by Relapse Records on the 1st of April 2003 with a new cover and expanded inlay. Later issued on double vinyl in white, clear and standard black. All limited to 1,000 copies?


Hymns
Format: Cat #: Year/Label:
(ProCD) KOC-CD-8266 2001 - Koch Records
(CD) KOC-CD-8266 2001 - Koch Records
(CD) CDMFN271 2001 - Music For Nations
(2x12") TE254-2 2013 - The End Records
(2xCD) TE254-2 2013 - The End Records

Godflesh's sixth LP would be their last (for a long while) before disbanding in 2002. The last track, Jesu would become the moniker of Justin's full-time project of the early 21st century. This was remastered and re-issued in 2013 as a double-CD package.

Track Listing
Disc One
1. (6:05) Defeated
2. (4:24) Deaf, Dumb & Blind
3. (5:08) Paralyzed
4. (5:24) Anthem
5. (4:41) Voidhead
6. (4:05) Tyrant
7. (6:25) White Flag
8. (5:10) For Life
9. (3:52) Animals
10. (6:28) Vampires
11. (4:23) Antihuman
12. (4:37) Regal
13. (12:48) Jesu
14. (5:04) If I Could Only Be What You Want (*)
-- (73:30) CD Total:
Disc Two (2013 Re-issue Only)
1. (4:51) Voidhead (Demo 2012 Mix)
2. (6:10) Vampires (Demo 2012 Mix)
3. (4:37) Deaf, Dumb & Blind (Demo 2012 Remaster)
4. (5:21) Anthem (Demo 2012 Remaster)
5. (5:10) Paralyzed (Demo 2012 Remaster)
6. (5:11) For Life (Demo 2012 Remaster)
7. (5:04) If I Could Only Be What You Want (2012 Remaster)
Notes
* Godflesh's last release before breaking up in 2002. This was issued on the 23rd of October, 2001.
* Track 13 is a six-minute-long song followed by a minute of silence and then a hidden, untitled track. Diarmuid Dalton is credited on this track.
* Re-issued in remastered form in 2013 on The End Records. This included a second disc of remastered (and in two cases, new mixes) demos. In addition, it includes the compilation song If I Could Only Be What You Want also in remastered form and expanded liner notes in a three-panel digipak.
* Vinyl issue from 2013 was a double-vinyl release but did not contain the second disc worth of material. The exception is If I Could Only Be What You Want which was appended. This would be the remastered version, though it is not labeled as such.


Streetcleaner: Live At Roadburn 2011
Format: Cat #: Year/Label:
(2x12") RF004 2013 - Roadburn Festival Records / Burning World

After reforming in 2010, the band played the Roadburn Festival in 2011 and played Streetcleaner in its entirety. To commemorate the band's 2013 appearance (where the band played Pure in its entirety alongside Robert Hampson), this double-vinyl was issued in very limited quantities.

Track Listing
1. (4:27) Like Rats
2. (6:59) Christbait Rising
3. (4:16) Pulp
4. (5:17) Dream Long Dead
5. (6:08) Head Dirt
6. (3:21) Devastator
7. (5:26) Mighty Trust Krusher
8. (4:48) Life Is Easy
9. (6:42) Streetcleaner
10. (4:44) Locust Furnace
11. (3:23) Tiny Tears
12. (3:06) Wound
13. (4:07) Dead Head
14. (3:22) Suction
Notes
* Recorded at the Roadburn Festival in 2011.
* Released on double vinyl in red (limited to 100) and black (limited to 400). CD and digital distribution to follow.


F.O.D. (Fuck Of Death)
Format: Cat #: Year/Label:
(CD) DB035 2013 - Decibel Magazine

Track Listing
1. (4:01) F.O.D. (Fuck Of Death)
-- (4:01) Total:
Notes
* First new Godflesh recording in over a decade, this cover of the Slaughter original was made available on the Decibel Flexi Series to subscribers of Decibel Magazine.



(CD Cover)                           (Vinyl Cover)
Decline & Fall
Format: Cat #: Year/Label:
(12") AREC032 2014 - Avalanche Recordings
(CD) AREC032 2014 - Avalanche Recordings
(CD) DYMC222 2014 - Daymare Recordings
(Digital) n/a 2014 - Avalanche Recordings

Track Listing
1. (6:23) Ringer
2. (3:52) Dogbite
3. (6:01) Playing With Fire
4. (4:17) Decline & Fall
5. (7:09) Ringer (Dub)
6. (6:08) Playing With Fire (Dub)
-- (33:50) Total:
Notes
* Godflesh's first EP after reuniting in 2010. This features four new, original songs and a pair of bonus tracks exclusive to the Japanese release. Released the 4th of June, 2014.


A World Lit Only By Fire
Format: Cat #: Year/Label:
(CD) AREC034 2014 - Avalanche Recordings
(2xCD) DYMC230 2014 - Daymare Recordings
(12") AREC034 2014 - Avalanche Recordings

Track Listing
1. (4:50) New Dark Ages
2. (5:07) Deadend
3. (4:26) Shut Me Down
4. (5:27) Life Giver Life Taker
5. (5:35) Obeyed
6. (3:46) Curse Us All
7. (6:05) Carrion
8. (4:26) Imperator
9. (6:34) Towers Of Emptiness
10. (7:40) Forgive Our Fathers
-- (53:56) Total:
Disc Two (Japan/Digital Only)
1. (6:22) Shut Me Down (Version)
2. (6:26) New Dark Dub
3. (9:18) Imperator (Version Dub)
-- (22:06) Total:
Notes
* Godflesh's eighth studio LP due October 6th, 2014. Disc two is limited to the Japanese release only but orders through the band's official Bandcamp page can get these via digital download. 24-bit digital version exclusive to that site.
* Vinyl available in black or red (limited to 1,000).



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