As a rallying call for what seemed like millions of bands to follow, not to mention the launching point for the varying careers of Broadrick, Bullen, Harris, Dorrian, and Steer, Scum deserves its reputation alone. But it's also fun to listen to a strange word to use, but no doubt about it, the album has its own brand of rock & roll kicks taken to an almost ridiculous extreme.
01 Multinational corporations 02 Instinct of survival 03 The kill 04 Scum 05 Caught...in a dream 06 Polluted minds 07 Sacrificed 08 Siege of power 09 Control 10 Born on your knees 11 Numan garabage 12 You suffer
13 Life? 14 Prison without walls 15 Point of no return 16 Negative approach 17 Success? 18 Deceiver 19 CS 20 Parasites 21 Pseudo youth 22 Divine death 23 As the machine rolls on 24 Common enemy 25 Moral crusade 26 Stigmatized 27 M.A.D. 28 Dragnet