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The Anatomy of Addiction

The Anatomy of Addiction
GOD
Released October 11, 1994
Recorded 1994
Genre Experimental
Industrial rock
Free jazz
Length 79:04
Label Big Cat Records
Producer Kevin Martin
GOD chronology

Consumed
(1993)
The Anatomy of Addiction
(1994)
Appeal to Human Greed
(1995)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]
Robert Christgau (neither)[2]
Piero Scaruffi 7/10 stars[3]

The Anatomy of Addiction is the second and final album of the Experimental band GOD. It was released on October 11, 1994 by Big Cat Records.

Reception

Allmusic staff writer Ned Raggett gave the record three stars, calling it a "fantastic listen" and "a good way for the band to go".[1]

Accolades

Year Publication Country Accolade Rank
1994 The Wire United Kingdom "Albums of the Year" * [4]
"*" denotes an unordered list.

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "On All Fours"   4:38
2. "Body Horror"   5:35
3. "Tunnel"   6:22
4. "Lazarus"   7:30
5. "Voodoo Head Blows"   4:46
6. "Bloodstream"   10:39
7. "Driving the Demons Out"   6:50
8. "White Pimp Cut Up"   8:49
9. "Gold Teeth"   5:39
10. "Detox"   18:12

Personnel

References

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