Deaf Dumb Blind is the title of Clawfinger's first album, released on 21 April 1993.
The musical content is mainly metal/hard rock modernized with a few electronic elements. The vocal approach is an aggressive flux of words sung in a rap style. The album has ten standard tracks; three bonus tracks were added to the re-release in 2004. Clawfinger also released four singles (detailed below) and three videos ("Nigger", "The Truth" and "Warfair").
The lyrics of "Catch Me" are translated from the Asta Kask song "Dom Får Aldrig Mig".
Famous quotes containing the word dumb:
Big as the ball of my thumb, and dumb as eyes
Ebon in the hedges, fat
With blue-red juices. These they squander on my fingers.
I had not asked for such a blood sisterhood; they must love me.”
—Sylvia Plath (19321963)