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Realm  - Perceptive Incentive flac album
Perceptive Incentive
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Perceptive Incentive. Technical Thrash Realm (USA). Album Name Perceptive Incentive. Data de lançamento 1985. Labels Self-Released. Estilo de MúsicaTechnical Thrash. Membros têm este álbum3.

Perceptive Incentive. If you're a fan of tech thrash or power/thrash, chances are you've at least heard the name Realm, and you might even know their two full-length albums, Endless War and Suiciety. The former in particular often gets praised for being one of the coolest tech thrash albums out there, while the latter has a slightly more mixed reception.

Companies, etc. Recorded At – Cornerstone Studio, Milwaukee, WI – none. Mixed At – Cornerstone Studio, Milwaukee, WI – none.

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Realm Albums: Endless War, Suiciety Genres: Technical Thrash Metal, Thrash Metal. Labels: Roadrunner Records.

In the Realm of the Senses is a 1976 French-Japanese art film written and directed by Nagisa Oshima. It is a fictionalised and sexually explicit treatment of an incident from 1930s Japan, that of Sada Abe. It generated great controversy during its release; while intended for mainstream wide release, it contains scenes of unsimulated sexual activity between the actors (Tatsuya Fuji and Eiko Matsuda, among others).

Perceptive Incentive (1985). Final Solution (1986). The album featured a classic cover version of The Beatles' song "Eleanor Rigby" that they converted into speed metal form. In 1990, Realm released their much anticipated second album, Suiciety. It contained a more unique progressive sound than the band's earlier releases. They recorded another album's worth of material, but it remains unreleased to this day. In 1992, Realm disbanded.


A1 The Omen
A2 Second Coming
B1 Night Of The Jugular
B2 Beyond The Realm

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Cornerstone Studio, Milwaukee, WI – none
  • Mixed At – Cornerstone Studio, Milwaukee, WI – none


Produced by Realm

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Realm Perceptive Incentive ‎(CDr) Not On Label none US Unknown