10 Years Of Chaos And Confusion SwedenCountry Of Origin: Sweden
Hypocrisy - 10 Years Of Chaos And Confusion

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The Fourth Dimension
Osculum Obscenum
Killing Art
Deathrow (No Regrets)
Left To Rot
Until The End
Pleasures Of Molestation
A Coming Race
Fractured Millennium
Roswell 47
Fire In The Sky
The Final Chapter

Release Date: 2001
Label: Nuclear Blast
Categories: Death, Melodic

MetalBite Review by Krys on 8/22/2001
How the hell can you go wrong with a 14 track best-of disc from on of the all time best bands ever? Even though Hypocrisy still exists and records new albums they are already written in pages of metal history, in bold letters. Whatever I write here will never be sufficient enough to show my honest gratitude to the band that shaped my, and thousands of metal fansí, music taste.

I donít even know where to start, all the songs should be well known to all death metal fans and writing track descriptions simply doesnít make sense because everything was already said throughout thousands of Ďzines and other music media.

What you need to know is that those masterpieces are not just best tracks slammed together to create another ďBest of...Ē They are re-mastered jewels with additional arrangements and musical layers. If you thought 'The Fourth Dimension' or 'Apocalypse' knocked the boots off you 7 years ago, then todayís versions will rip your legs from your ass. This is ten times more powerful and destructive! Every time I hear ďAs my soul leaves the body Iím free taken to hell...Ē I get cold chills and want to scream. I want this song to be played when I die!!! Cleaner and heavier guitars, more technical solos, a tighter rhythm section and better growls and screams from Pete; thatís what you get from almighty death masters. I donít even know why am I trying to advertise this disc here, there are bands you just go out and buy their stuff cause you know itís going to rule your world until something new comes out. Hypocrisy is definitely one of them.

I want the ď10 Years of Chaos and ConfusionĒ to last forever... time is only mankindís way of measuring distance from birth to death and this epic makes it stop. Turn it up and youíll see what I mean.

Bottom Line: If you donít buy this CD, please die.

Rating: 10 out of 10