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Death In June - All Pigs Must Die FLAC

Death In June - All Pigs Must Die FLAC Performer: Death In June
Album: All Pigs Must Die
Country: UK
Released: 2001
Style: Noise, Experimental, Minimal, Neofolk
Label: Leprosy Discs
Genre: Electronic / Rock
Catalog #: LEPER 4
Size FLAC: 1313 mb.
Size MP3: 1155 mb.
Rating: 4.9/5
Votes: 221
Record Source: Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Pink Piggy


1With Bad Blood4:12
2We Said Destroy II3:51
3No Pay Day (Some Night We're Going To Party Like It's 1969)3:28
4We Said Destroy III4:09
5Disappear In Every Way2:47
6All Pigs Must Die3:00
7Lords Of The Sties2:56
8Ride Out!3:46
9The Enemy Within3:43
10Tick Tock
Vocals – Boyd Rice
11Flies Have Their House4:11


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LEPER CD4Death In June All Pigs Must Die ‎(CD, Album, Dig)Leprosy DiscsLEPER CD4Europe2001
LEPER CD4Death In June All Pigs Must Die ‎(CD, Album, RE, Dig)Leprosy DiscsLEPER CD4UK2008
LEPER 4Death In June All Pigs Must Die ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Pin)Leprosy DiscsLEPER 4UK2001
RC003Death In June All Pigs Must Die ‎(Cass, Album, RE, Unofficial)Rose CloudsRC0032017
LEPER 4T, SKM 031Death In June All Pigs Must Die ‎(Cass, Album, Ltd)Leprosy Discs, Steelkraft ManufactoryLEPER 4T, SKM 031France2017


  • Accordion, FluteAndreas Ritter
  • Performer [Death In June Is]Douglas P.
  • TrumpetCampbell Finley


Limited edition of 2000 copies. Most copies released on "piggy pink" vinyl, but a limited number (est. less than 500) were released on "bloody piggy" vinyl (pink vinyl with red splatters). Packaged in an outer sleeve with glossy purple lettering and a printed inner sleeve.


  • Barcode: 4 038846 611247
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): LEPER 4 A K SST "SEEKING OUT HEAVEN ?"
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): LEPER 4 A K SST "HEILIGE SUBLIME"


  • Recorded At – Big Sound Studios
  • Recorded At – Geyer Studios
  • Recorded At – Jacobs Studios


I clearly remember the day this album was released: I was living in Germany at the time, and I went to a shop in town where it was possible to listen to vinyls. "All Pigs Must Die" had just arrived, and I was dying to listen to it. No doubt I had that it was going to be DI6's umpteenth masterpiece in an already legendary discography. I put the piggy pink vinyl (what a nice colour) on the turntable, activated it, and stood there with the headphones, ready to experience the magic. The first song, the title-track, sounded good, with Forseti's Andreas Ritter playing accordion, Campbell Finley's typical trumpet, and Doug's voice performing his anathema against the three piggies of WSD. Then it was "Tick Tock", introduced by Boyd Rice, more of less same formula, without significant variations. Third song, "Disappeared In Every Way", again the same. It was time for "The Enemy Within", a song many had already praised as a new immortal classic. Guess what, it sounded exactly the same as all the previous, and, honestly, rather boring. The lyrics were the worst part: "Piggy, piggy, pay me... The stolen riches are really mine... I have a fight with three piggies". I understand Douglas' frustration for the legal issue with WSD, but all this sounded truly embarassing in my ears. The worst had yet to come: when I flipped the vinyl and started listening to side B, I discovered that, although there were other five song titles indicated, it had been filled with a big undistinguished soup of noise, samples and distortion. It was a great disappointment. Later, I learnt to appreciate some of the songs on side A, but this doesn't change the fact that "All Pigs Must Die" is DI6's less convincing album, unworthy of the poetry, intensity and beauty of the previous discography. Fortunately, all legal issues with WSD are now over, and Douglas has just released "The Rule Of Thirds", which may not be a return to the best years, but undoubtedly to a more inspired songwriting.
Thanks! Unfortunately, by now, I'm afraid I have to reconsider this being Death In June's worst album, as "Peaceful Snow" is definitely far beyond!
This accurately sums up the album. You hit the nail right on the head.