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  1. Amazon Music Unlimited Prime Music CDs & Vinyl Download Store Settings Share. Currently unavailable. We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock. No Man's Slave LP (12" album, 33 rpm) Format: Vinyl. trade it in, give it a second life.
  2. INFEST LYRICS. album: "Slave" () Break The Chain Pickled Sick-O Plastic Mindless Which Side? V.Y.O. Where's The Unity Screwed Machismo The Game Sick Of Talk Iran Scam Life's Halt Slave Head First Sick And Tired Fetch The Pliers. album: "Mankind" () Mankind Judge Me Speak Easy Once Lost Excess Pig Them Nothing's Changed Shackled Down.
  3. In Infest produced the landmark album, Slave, which set the bar quite high for all acts to come and still stands out today as a fantastic powerviolence release. In addition to Slave the group put out several demos and splits, however none of these truly captured the greatness of their debut LP.
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  5. Mixing various aspects of straight-up hardcore punk, throwing in additional aggression, both lyrical and sonic, and essentially speeding it all up, Infest crafts a monumental release in the rebellious punk scene. Slave is quite a brief album, but one that definitely shouldn't.
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  7. slashing up humans gets him off bits and pieces, small and soft freezer bags store his mess those human remains always kept fresh sharpens his blade after each one preparing for another slice o' fun still they laugh like he's a joke but they can't laugh, without a throat.
  8. Infest is an American hardcore punk band, formed in September by Joe Denunzio, Matt Domino, Dave Ring and Chris Clift. The band's album covers contained imagery of a political nature, depicting the reality of war and poverty. The group broke up in , having played only a handful of shows outside California.

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