Slave (Amen album)
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Slave is the debut album by Alternative metal/hardcore punk band Amen. It was written and recorded nearly entirely by Casey Chaos independently through his label, Drag-u-la Recordings and released in 1994. The initial run of the album was limited to 2,000 copies. In 2006, the album was re-released and remastered with bonus tracks through Casey Chaos's new label, Refuse Music. As a result of this album, Amen attracted the attention of producer Ross Robinson who had previously worked on Korn's debut album.
All songs written by Casey Chaos, except: "Safety in Suicide" (written by Casey Chaos and Justin Gingerella) and "Burning Rubber" (written by Lydia Lunch).
- Casey Chaos – vocals
- Martin Lydon - Additional guitars and keyboards (tracks: 2, 10, 11, 15)
- Mike Bosley, Rick Parker - Engineer
- Kenneth K. Lee - Mastering
- Rob Fayer - Mixing
- Casey Chaos, Dave Landry - Art Direction
- Rick Arluce - Artwork
- Justice Howard - Photography