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Released July 13, 1993
Recorded 1992–1993 at Eldorado Recording Studios in Hollywood, California
Genre Alternative metal
Hardcore punk
Crossover thrash
Length 46:58
Label Restless Records
Producer D.C. Herring
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Un-Sentimental is the third album by Beowülf, released in 1993. It is the only official Beowülf album to be released under the band name BWF. This album marked a change for the band, drifting more to bluesy rock and abandoning from their classic hardcore thrash style. Released during the grunge era, Beowülf achieved small success with the album in Los Angeles and the band had gathered some following.

Un-Sentimental was the first new album since the band ended with a temporary break up in the early 1990s. Dale Henderson, the band's founder and chief songwriter, is the only original member appearing on the album. Therefore, many purists object to it being called "Beowülf" or simply "BWF" and consider it to be a Dale Henderson solo project. According to Henderson, Mike Jensen (guitar), Paul Yamada (bass) and Michael Alvarado (drums) all declined the invitation to reunite.

The album had no P.O.W. (Pissed Off White Boy)" was made.

Like many Beowülf albums, the recording is out of print.

Track listing

  1. "Cast Away" (2:30)
  2. "Uplifted" (4:56)
  3. "Un-Sentimental" (3:57)
  4. "Victim of Riches" (1:27)
  5. "P.O.W. (Pissed Off White Boy)" (5:02)
  6. "Articles" (6:07)
  7. "Special One" (3:09)
  8. "Last Days" (5:13)
  9. "Hole in My Pocket" (3:49)
  10. "Said a Prayer" (4:28)
  11. "Wish Your Life" (6:23)
  12. "Aint No Place Like Home" (3:17)


  • According to the liner notes, the song "P.O.W." is "in no way meant as a disrespect to the many homies who were and are prisoners of war".
  • Drummer Rich Rowan, who played on this album and left the band in 1994, would reunite with Beowülf to record their fifth studio album, Westminister & 5th, in 2007 and its upcoming 2010 follow-up Jesus Freak.


  • Dale Henderson – vocals and guitar
  • Clint Schuyler – guitar
  • Kevin Sullivan – bass
  • Rich Rowan – drums
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