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With an almost 30-year career under their belts, making a “best-of” album for Corrosion of Conformity would seem like a Herculean task. Apparently not one to turn down a challenge, Sony has stepped up to the plate with their compilation, Playlist: The Very Best of Corrosion of Conformity. The 14-track compilation mainly features songs from their mid-‘90s albums Deliverance, Blind, and Wiseblood (all three of which are distributed by Sony), which are amongst the band's best-selling and arguably most solid work. Outside of the album cuts, fans will be pleased to see some non-album tracks like “The Land of Free Desire” (from the Japanese release of Wiseblood) and "Fuel (Jam-Box Tape)" (from the King of the Rotten 7”) make it onto the album. While this may not be the most comprehensive compilation, it’s certainly a solid one that will serve as a great jumping-on point for anyone curious about the genre-bending band.

Biography

Formed: 1983 in Raleigh, NC

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

One of the first punk-metal fusion bands, Corrosion of Conformity were formed in North Carolina by guitarist Woody Weatherman during the early '80s. In their early years, C.O.C. became known for their aggressive sound, intelligent political lyrics, and willingness to break away from both hardcore and metal conventions. In the '90s, their shift to a more stripped-down, deliberate sound — sort of Black Sabbath filtered...
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