The Info List - Slowly We Rot

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Slowly We Rot is the debut album by American death metal band Obituary. It was released on May 16, 1989 and is the only Obituary album to feature bassist Daniel Tucker, guitarist Allen West would leave soon after but returned for the third album The End Complete. It was re-released on January 27, 1997 with remastered sound and liner notes.


1 Track listing 2 Personnel 3 References 4 External links

Track listing[edit] All music by Obituary, all lyrics by John Tardy.

No. Title Length

1. "Internal Bleeding" 3:01

2. "Godly Beings" 1:55

3. "'Til Death" 3:56

4. "Slowly We Rot" 3:36

5. "Immortal Visions" 2:25

6. "Gates to Hell" 2:49

7. "Words of Evil" 1:55

8. "Suffocation" 2:35

9. "Intoxicated" 4:40

10. "Deadly Intentions" 2:09

11. "Bloodsoaked" 3:11

12. "Stinkpuss" 2:59

Total length: 35:09

Bonus Tracks 1997 Roadrunner Remasters

No. Title Length

13. "Find the Arise" (Demo) 2:39

14. "Like the Dead" (Demo) 2:34



John Tardy – Vocals Allen West – Lead guitar JP Chartier - Lead guitar on tracks 13 and 14 Trevor Peres – Rhythm guitar Daniel Tucker – Bass Donald Tardy – Drums


Executive Producer: Monte Conner Arranged By Obituary Produced, Recorded & Engineered By Scott Burns Mixed By Scott Burns, Donald Tardy & John Tardy Mastered By Mike Fuller


^ Birchmeier, Jason. "Slowly We Rot - Obituary". Allmusic. Retrieved October 13, 2011. 

External links[edit]

Slowly We Rot at Media Club

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John Tardy Donald Tardy Trevor Peres Terry Butler Kenny Andrews

Jerome Grable Allen West JP Chartier Daniel Tucker Frank Watkins James Murphy Ralph Santolla

Studio albums

Slowly We Rot Cause of Death The End Complete World Demise Back from the Dead Frozen in Time Xecutioner's Return Darkest Day Inked in Blood Obituary

Live albums


Compilation albums

Anthology The Best of Obituary


Left to Die Ten Thousand Ways to Die


"Don't Care"

Video albums

Frozen Alive

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