Deceased   The Blueprint For Madness
Release Date: 1995

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4.0 excellentTheSpirit CONTRIBUTOR | April 27th 11

Generally seen as a weaker album in Deceased's early discography, The Blueprint For Madness is very much the interim album between the band's two best known releases. However that in no way means The Blueprint for Madness doesn't contain quite a bit of excellent material itself; introducing the progressive elements the band would later capitalize on, here is where Deceased started showing their true ingenuity, fusing the raw direction of their past with more melodic qualities, such as tuneful solos and even some really awesome Maiden inspired harmonies. At the end of the day, The Blueprint For Madness is an underrated album within the Deceased catalog.


3.0 goodgutturalmaster | January 20th 11

This album is very raw and basic, but a decent "Old School" death metal album for fans on the original stuff


5.0 classicThalassic | December 9th 17
3.5 greatChaoticVortex | November 24th 17
3.5 greatNazzadan | September 13th 17
3.5 greatmozzarellafashion | May 25th 17
3.5 greatLeprosy123 | December 24th 16
4.5 superbFearTheAggression | December 1st 15
3.0 goodthemadavenger | March 11th 13
3.5 greatgallus90 | January 5th 13
5.0 classicmickbynes | December 2nd 12
3.0 goodHyperbore | June 17th 10
1.5 very poorDLNation | September 24th 09
3.5 greatVortex | June 14th 08

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