|1||Worms Of The Senses / Faculties Of The Skull||Lyrics/Info||7:07|
|3||The Deadly Rhythm||Lyrics/Info||3:36|
|4||Summerholidays Vs. Punkroutine||Lyrics/Info||4:03|
|5||Bruitist Pome #5||Lyrics/Info||1:27|
|7||The Refused Party Program||Lyrics/Info||2:40|
|8||Protest Song '68||Lyrics/Info||4:34|
|9||Refused Are Fucking Dead||Lyrics/Info||5:10|
|10||The Shape of Punk to Come||Lyrics/Info||5:08|
|11||Tannhäuser / Derivè||Lyrics/Info||8:09|
|12||The Apollo Programme Was a Hoax||Lyrics/Info||4:13|
|13||Shape Of Punk To Come||Lyrics/Info||4:38|
|14||Refused Party Program||Lyrics/Info||1:27|
|16||Worms Of The Senses / Faculties Of The Skull||Lyrics/Info||5:31|
|17||Hook, Line And Sinker||Lyrics/Info||2:51|
|18||Summer Holidays vs. Punk Routine||Lyrics/Info||3:54|
|19||Rather Be Dead||Lyrics/Info||3:41|
|21||The Deadly Rythm||Lyrics/Info||4:05|
The Deluxe Edition of The Shape of Punk to Come has been released as a three disc collection that includes the essential full-length CD, a never-before-released mind-blowing live album and the classic yet bittersweet documentary Refused Are Fucking Dead on DVD.
Originally released in 1998, The Shape of Punk to Come "blurs the lines that separate punk, metal and hardcore, while peppering this brutal fusion with bits of techno percussion, jazzy rhythmic change-ups and long, complex song structures that support politically-charged messages," (CMJ, 1998). Refused's most critically acclaimed and final album exploded on the scene with the jaw-dropping hardcore anthem "New Noise," which Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello once described as "one of the great rock jams of all time" (Filter, 2006), and helped change the game forever influencing a range of genres still to this day.
In addition to The Shape of Punk to Come, the bundle also includes the long-rumored about unreleased, incendiary live album that was recorded at the UmeÃ¥ Open festival in their hometown UmeÃ¥, Sweden on April 3, 1998 and the 80 minute DVD documentary Refused Are Fucking Dead that includes interviews, backstage footage and live performances that chronicle the rise and fall of one of hardcore's most revered bands.
In 1998 a Swedish hardcore band called Refused released their third and what was to prove their final studio album The Shape of Punk to ...