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22nd Dec '16 2:33:58 PM CassandraLeo
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* SopranoAndGravel: Most of their vocals, as mentioned above, are metal screams, but occasionally they use SpokenWordInMusic or clean singing. The most notable example is the faux-Gregorian chant near the end of "Man the Ramparts", which has the band performing a choral arrangement of some of the lyrics (mainly the album title, repeated several times over).

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* SopranoAndGravel: Most of their vocals, as mentioned above, are metal screams, but occasionally they use SpokenWordInMusic or clean singing. The most notable example is the faux-Gregorian chant near the end of "Man the Ramparts", which has the band performing a choral arrangement of some of the lyrics (mainly the album title, repeated several times over). When performed live, this was moved to the beginning of the song (presumably because, due to the large number of overdubs it required, it wouldn't have been possible to recreate live, and it would've been difficult to transition to a tape of the chant section in the midst of the song).
22nd Dec '16 2:32:18 PM CassandraLeo
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Botch were the pioneers of the genres of {{metalcore}} and mathcore.

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Botch Botch, a band from Tacoma, Washington, were the pioneers of the genres of {{metalcore}} and mathcore.mathcore, and are considered co-{{Trope Maker}}s/{{Trope Codifier}}s for both. They released two albums, a number of [=EPs=] and splits, a live album, and a collection of odds and ends.



!!Core discography
* ''The Unifying Themes of Sex, Death and Religion'' (anthology, 1997)
* ''American Nervoso'' (full-length, 1998)
* ''We Are the Romans'' (full-length, 1999)
* ''Unifying Themes Redux'' (expanded release of the above anthology, 2002)
* ''An Anthology of Dead Ends'' (EP, 2002)
* ''061502'' (live album, 2006, recorded [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin June 15, 2002]])
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!!Members
* Brian Cook - bass
* Dave Knudson - guitar
* Tim Latona - drums
* Dave Verellen - vocals
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* [[OneSteveLimit One Dave Limit]]: As seen above, averted.



* TropeCodifier: For mathcore and metalcore alongside Music/{{Converge}} and a handful of others.

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* TropeCodifier: TropeMaker[=/=]TropeCodifier: For mathcore and metalcore alongside Music/{{Converge}} and a handful of others.
22nd Dec '16 1:58:58 PM CassandraLeo
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* LimitedLyricsSong: Most notably, "Man the Ramparts", which lasts for nearly ten minutes and contains a grand total of sixteen words, repays several times.

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* LimitedLyricsSong: Most notably, "Man the Ramparts", which lasts for nearly ten minutes and contains a grand total of sixteen words, repays repeated several times.
22nd Dec '16 1:57:47 PM CassandraLeo
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* LimitedLyricsSong: Most notably, "Man the Ramparts", which lasts for nearly ten minutes and contains a grand total of sixteen words, repays several times.


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* SopranoAndGravel: Most of their vocals, as mentioned above, are metal screams, but occasionally they use SpokenWordInMusic or clean singing. The most notable example is the faux-Gregorian chant near the end of "Man the Ramparts", which has the band performing a choral arrangement of some of the lyrics (mainly the album title, repeated several times over).
22nd Dec '16 1:30:56 AM CassandraLeo
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* ActualPacifist: The sample at the start of the WFMU version of "Third Part in a Tragedy" is of Ben Kingsley as ''Film/{{Gandhi}}'' indicating that he refuses to use violence, but also refuses to obey the British government, even at the cost of imprisonment, torture, or death: "Then they will have my dead body - but not my obedience."

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* ActualPacifist: The sample at the start of the WFMU version of "Third Part in a Tragedy" is of Ben Kingsley Creator/BenKingsley as ''Film/{{Gandhi}}'' Film/{{Gandhi}} indicating that he refuses to use violence, but also refuses to obey the British government, even at the cost of imprisonment, torture, or death: "Then they will have my dead body - but not my obedience."
22nd Dec '16 1:28:03 AM CassandraLeo
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* ActualPacifist: The sample at the start of the WFMU version of "Third Part in a Tragedy" is of Gandhi (or an actor portraying him) indicating that he refuses to use violence, but also refuses to obey the British government, even at the cost of imprisonment, torture, or death: "Then they will have my dead body - but not my obedience."

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* ActualPacifist: The sample at the start of the WFMU version of "Third Part in a Tragedy" is of Gandhi (or an actor portraying him) Ben Kingsley as ''Film/{{Gandhi}}'' indicating that he refuses to use violence, but also refuses to obey the British government, even at the cost of imprisonment, torture, or death: "Then they will have my dead body - but not my obedience."
22nd Dec '16 1:25:06 AM CassandraLeo
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* MetalScream: Their primary vocal style.
22nd Dec '16 1:20:44 AM CassandraLeo
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* LoudnessWar: While not the worst albums ever, their albums are pretty squished.

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* LoudnessWar: While not the worst albums cases ever, their albums are pretty squished.
22nd Dec '16 1:19:19 AM CassandraLeo
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* ActualPacifist: The sample at the start of the WFMU version of "Third Part in a Tragedy" is of Gandhi (or an actor portraying him) indicating that he refuses to use violence, but also refuses to obey the British government, even at the cost of imprisonment, torture, or death: "Then they will have my body - not my obedience."

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* ActualPacifist: The sample at the start of the WFMU version of "Third Part in a Tragedy" is of Gandhi (or an actor portraying him) indicating that he refuses to use violence, but also refuses to obey the British government, even at the cost of imprisonment, torture, or death: "Then they will have my dead body - but not my obedience."
22nd Dec '16 1:17:44 AM CassandraLeo
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* ActualPacifist: The sample at the start of the WFMU version of "Third Part in a Tragedy" is of a man who refuses to use violence, but also refuses to obey a government he is resisting, even at the cost of imprisonment, torture, or death.

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* ActualPacifist: The sample at the start of the WFMU version of "Third Part in a Tragedy" is of a man who Gandhi (or an actor portraying him) indicating that he refuses to use violence, but also refuses to obey a government he is resisting, the British government, even at the cost of imprisonment, torture, or death.death: "Then they will have my body - not my obedience."
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