Vision Of Disorder

Vision of Disorder never took the easy route. Dedicated to doing things THEIR way from their very inception, the Long Island natives employed six-string hatchets to carve a highly distinctive (and sonically destructive) swathe through the glut of shameless copycats dominating the late-'90's alternative rock landscape. Into this putrid swamp of mediocrity, Vision of Disorder unleashed two stunning albums, which, even if they didn't dent the charts, or go on to sell millions of copies, struck a profound chord in the underground. As proof, both 1996's self-titled Vision of Disorder and 1998's hallowed follow-up Imprint have continued to grow in stature and influence every year since their release. For this and numerous other reasons (errrr, they rock!) this pair of albums has been marked as prime real estate – perfectly suited for inclusion in Roadrunner Records' Two From The Vault series.

Disc: 1
1. Element
2. Watering Disease
3. Through My Eyes
4. Viola
5. Liberation
6. Divide
7. Ways to Destroy One's Ambition
8. Suffer
9. Zone Zero
10. D.T.O.
11. Excess
12. Gloom

Disc: 2
1. What You Are
2. Twelve Steps to Nothing
3. Landslide
4. By the River
5. Imprint
6. Colorblind
7. Rebirth of Tragedy
8. Locust of the Dead Earth
9. Up in You
10. Clone
11. Jada Bloom

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