MASTER - On the Seventh Day God Created MASTER - 12" Picture Disc vinyl

"Master - On the Seventh Day God Created Master" unfolds in visual and auditory splendor on this 12" picture disc vinyl. Released in 1991, this album by the American Death Metal powerhouse Master, produced by Scott Burns, is immortalized in a unique format. The intricate visuals on the picture disc complement the sonic intensity, providing fans with a captivating collector's item that encapsulates the band's relentless energy and impact on the death metal landscape.

 

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Description & Collectors Information:

Rare 12" Picture Disc

Music Genre:

Death Metal

Producer: Scott Burns

Scott Burns was a highly influential figure in the American heavy metal scene, leaving an indelible mark as a record producer, sound engineer, and mixing engineer. He played a pivotal role in shaping the sound of death metal during its formative years in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Through his precise and powerful production style, Burns became synonymous with the genre, working with renowned bands such as Death, Obituary, and Morbid Angel. This essay will delve into Burns' contributions to the music industry, his notable collaborations, and his lasting impact on the world of heavy metal.

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Scott Burns' journey in the music industry began in 1987 when he joined the famed Morrisound Recording studio in Tampa, Florida. Under the mentorship of renowned producer Tom Morris, Burns honed his skills in audio engineering and production techniques. It was during this time that he began his fruitful association with death metal bands, catapulting him to prominence.

Burns developed a distinct production style that perfectly captured the essence of death metal. He possessed an innate ability to showcase the intensity and aggression of the genre while maintaining clarity and precision in each instrument. His meticulous attention to detail and uncompromising pursuit of sonic excellence elevated the impact of the music, enabling listeners to fully immerse themselves in the raw energy of death metal.

Scott Burns' unparalleled expertise and commitment to quality led to collaborations with some of the most influential death metal bands of all time. One of his most notable partnerships was with the pioneering band Death, helmed by the legendary Chuck Schuldiner. Burns worked on their seminal albums, including "Leprosy" (1988) , "Spiritual Healing" (1990) , and "Human" (1991), which are widely regarded as cornerstones of the death metal genre.

Additionally, Burns collaborated extensively with bands such as Obituary, Morbid Angel, and Sepultura, among others. His production work on Obituary's "Cause of Death" (1990) and Morbid Angel's "Altars of Madness" (1989) brought a new level of sonic brutality to the genre. These albums showcased Burns' ability to harness the raw power of the bands while maintaining clarity and balance, ultimately influencing countless musicians and listeners alike.

While Burns is primarily associated with death metal, his talents extended far beyond the genre's confines. He worked with a diverse range of artists, including influential thrash metal band Sepultura on their album "Beneath the Remains" (1989). This collaboration demonstrated Burns' versatility and adaptability as a producer, showcasing his ability to capture the essence of different genres while leaving his distinct mark on each project.

Scott Burns' impact on the music industry cannot be overstated. His innovative production techniques and precise sound engineering became synonymous with the death metal genre, establishing him as a crucial figure in its development. Burns' contributions helped shape the sonic landscape of countless albums and played an instrumental role in bringing death metal to the forefront of the heavy metal genre.

His meticulous attention to detail and unwavering commitment to sonic excellence influenced subsequent generations of producers and engineers. The techniques he pioneered continue to be employed in the heavy metal realm, ensuring his legacy lives on through the music.

Scott Burns was a visionary in the world of heavy metal, leaving an indelible mark as a record producer, sound engineer, and mixing engineer. His work with death metal bands such as Death, Obituary, and Morbid Angel defined the genre's sound during its formative years. Burns' precision, power and commitment to excellence have solidified his place as a highly regarded figure in the music industry. His contributions continue to inspire and influence musicians, producers, and listeners, ensuring that his impact on the world of heavy metal remains eternal.

 

Record Label: Nuclear Blast

Media Format:

12" Vinyl Full-Length Stereo Picture Disc   Gramophone Record
Album weight: 230 gram  

Year

1991


Album cover photos of : Master On the Seventh Day God Created MASTER Picture Disc PD

Band Members and Musicians on: Master On the Seventh Day God Created MASTER Picture Disc PD
    Band-members, Musicians and Performers
  • Paul Speckmann - bass/vocals
  • Paul Masvidal - guitars
  • Aaron Nickeas - drums
  • John Tardy - guest vocals on "Latitudinarian" and "Submerged in Sin"
  • John Ortega - lead guitar on "Whose Left to Decide"

Track Listing of: "Master On the Seventh Day God Created MASTER Picture Disc PD"

The Songs/tracks on "Master On the Seventh Day God Created MASTER Picture Disc PD" are

  • What Kind of God 3:57
  • Latitudinarian 3:21
  • Heathen 4:48
  • Used 3:38
  • Demon 2:52
  • Constant Quarrel 3:12
  • Judgement of Will 2:54
  • America the Pitiful 2:51
  • Whose Left to Decide 4:14
  • Submerged in Sin 4:09
Photo of "Master On the Seventh Day God Created MASTER Picture Disc PD" Album's Front  
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Photo of "Master On the Seventh Day God Created MASTER Picture Disc PD" Album's Back
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Note: The images on this page are photos of the actual album. Slight differences in color may exist due to the use of the camera's flash.