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To Whom It May Consume
Rehab
Released: Jul 13, 1999
Track Listing
1 Prescription For Pain
2 Self Esteem
3 Advice From Within
4 No One Understands
5 God I Don't Know
6 Romanticizing
7 Hangover Featuring Cathy Swane
8 Action Of Love
9 Love The Things You Do Featuring Cathy Swane
10 Delerium With All The Tremors
11 And Where We Go
12 Life Is Not A Blessing
13 Inertia Explained
14 Absolutely No Idea
15 So What
16 Life Is Bloody
17 Edge Of Implosion
18 Less Than Fresh
19 Lab Rat
20 To Whom It May Consume
21 Obsession Achieved
22 Masturbating Death
23 Suicidal Exeptance
24 What Have I Done?
25 Tomorrows?
26 That's Love

Liner Notes

Released 1999 Lambnut *Re-pressed in 2006.


Track Listing
01. Prescription For Pain (1:01)
02. Self Esteem (4:53) *
03. Advice From Within (0:44)
04. No One Understands (4:06) +
05. God I Don't Know (6:12) ~
06. Romanticizing (0:11)
07. Hangover (5:03) +
08. Action Of Love (1:11)
09. Love The Things You Do (4:03) +
10. Delerium With All The Tremors (0:50)
11. And Where We Go (4:46) +
12. Life Is Not A Blessing (4:36)
13. Inertia Explained (1:07)
14. Absolutely No Idea (4:31) ~
15. So What (0:16)
16. Life Is Bloody (4:42)
17. Edge Of Implosion (0:38)
18. Less Than Fresh (4:25)
19. Lab Rat (1:29)
20. To Whom It May Consume (5:40) ~ #
21. Obsession Achieved (0:14)
22. Masturbating Death (5:10)
23. Suicidal Expectance (0:14)
24. What Have I Done? (4:53) *
25. Tomorrows? (1:22)

*featuring Brandy Nerud on background vocals.
+featuring Cathy Swane on background vocals.
~featuring Jan Nerud on guitar.
#featuring Denman on high hat.

Recorded and mixed at Entertainment International Studios, Smyrna, GA & Songbird Recording Studios, Atlanta, GA.
Engineered and mixed by Jan Nerud.
Assisted by Scott Stancil at Entertainment International.
Produced by Rehab.
Co-produced by Jan Nerud.
Mastered by Rodney Mills at The Masterhouse, Duluth, GA.
All songs written by Rehab, except "No One Understands," written by Rehab and Jan Nerud.
All programming by Rehab.
In memory of Thomas Dale Campbell, Sr., Shon "De'Shon" Autman & Briant "Chestpain" Chastain.

This is an album of honesty. Life is disturbing. People are disturbing. Suicide is not the answer. These songs are pictures of reality. Reality posesses both positive and negative qualities. We do not necessarily condone one or the other, we just talk about it.

 

Every sampled skit on the album serves as a setup to the following song