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Gore Beyond Necropsy - Discography
... 1991 - Rehearsal Demo (Self Released) 1991 - Promo Live Tape '91 (Self Released) 1992 - I Recommend You.. ... Amputation (Self Released) 1993 - This Is an EP You Want (Malodorous Mangled Innards Records) 1994 - Gore Beyond Necropsy / GUT Split (Malodorous Mangled Innards Records) 1994 - Promo Live Tape '94 (Macabre Productions) 1995 - Rectal Grinder Merzbow Collaboration (Mangrove Records) 1995 - Faecal Noise Holocaust (Icy Illusions Records) 1996 - Gore Beyond Necropsy / Senseless Apocalypse Split (Blurred Records) 1996 - Gore Beyond Necropsy / Disgorge Split (Dry Retch Records) 1997 - Rectal Anarchy Merzbow collaboration (Relapse Records) 1998 - Sounds Like Shit (Blurred Records) 1998 - Live Rehearsal '98 (Harshit Records) 1998 - Gore Beyond Necropsy / Minch Split (Mink Records) 1998 - Gore Beyond Necropsy / Warsore Split (Sterilized Decay Records) 1998 - Noise-A-Go Go!!! (Relapse Records) 1999 - Go! Filth Go!!! (Infernal Records) 2000 - Wizards of Gore - A Tribute to Impetigo (Razorback Records) 2000 - Gore Beyond Necropsy / Arsedestroyer Split (Devour Records) 2001 - Sodomy and Carnal Assault Split with Regurgitate (No Weak Shit Records) 2001 - A Tribute to Regurgitate Compilation (Bizarre Leprous Production) 2002 - Fullthröttle Chaös Grind Machine (Blurred Records) 2003 - Wild Frantic! Rock'n'Roll Special!!! (HG Fact Records) 2003 - Triple Shocks!!! Freaknoise Show Split with Arsedestroyer and Nikudorei (Meatbox Records / Harshit Records) 2005 - Filthiest Babies Alive Split with Nunwhore Commando 666 (Prolapse Records) ...

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