DEATH’s ‘Individual Thought Patterns’ Reissue: First-Week Sales Revealed

The reissue of DEATH classic 1993 album “Individual Thought Patterns” sold around 700 copies in the United States in its first week of release. Remixed and remastered by Alan Douches, the LP was re-released on October 25 as a deluxe three-disc set, a two-disc standard set, and a deluxe digital download. The album was re-packaged with extensive liner notes from drummer Gene Hoglan and includes a second and third bonus disc worth of previously unreleased demos plus a full live set recorded in Germany during a 1993 European tour. Also included on the third bonus disc exclusive to this reissue are rare riff tracks from the Chuck Schuldinerarchives.

“Individual Thought Patterns” track listing:

Disc 1:

01. Overactive Imagination
02. In Human Form
03. Jealousy
04. Trapped In A Corner
05. Nothing Is Everything
06. Mentally Blind
07. Individual Thought Patterns
08. Destiny
09. Out Of Touch
10. The Philosopher

Disc 2:

Live In Germany – April 13, 1993

01. Leprosy
02. Suicide Machine
03. Living Monstrosity
04. Overactive Imagination
05. Flattening Of Emotions
06. Within The Mind
07. In Human Form
08. Lack Of Comprehension
09. Trapped In A Corner
10. Zombie Ritual

“Individual Thought Patterns” Studio Outtake:

11. The Exorcist

Disc 3:

Four-Track Demos – Chuck Gene – December 1992

01. Overactive Imagination
02. In Human Form
03. The Philosopher
04. Trapped In A Corner
05. Individual Thought Patterns
06. Jealousy
07. Nothing Is Everything
08. Destiny
09. Mentally Blind
10. Out Of Touch

Chuck’s Riff Tape – 1992

11. In Human Form
12. The Philosopher
13. Trapped in a Corner

The entire “Individual Thought Patterns” reissue is available for streaming at this location.

For more information, go to this location.

The 20th-anniversary reissue of DEATH‘s legendary fourth album, “Human”, sold 1,200 copies in the United States in its first week of release back in June.

“Human” is the best-selling DEATH album of the SoundScan era, having shifted nearly 100,000 copies in the United States since its October 1991 release.

 

 

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