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SODOM
AGENT ORANGE is the third studio album by German thrash metal band Sodom, it was their last album with guitarist Frank Blackfire before he left the band and joined Kreator. The lyrical content delves deeply into Tom Angelripper's fascination with the Vietnam War, with a song dedicated to the ground assault aircraft AC-47 as well as the Agent orange defoliant-inspired title-track. The song "Ausgebombt" was released on the EP Ausgebombt with German lyrics.
The album's liner notes carry the message: "This album is dedicated to all people - soldiers and civilians - who died by senseless aggressions of wars all over the world."
Track List:
1. "Agent Orange" 6:04
2. "Tired and Red" 5:25
3. "Incest" 4:38
4. "Remember the Fallen" 4:20
5. "Magic Dragon" 5:59
6. "Exhibition Bout" 3:35
7. "Ausgebombt" 3:04
8. "Baptism of Fire" 4:03
9. "Don't Walk Away" (Tank cover) 2:56
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27 years ago!
KREATOR
COMA OF SOULS is the fifth studio album by German thrash metal band Kreator, released in 1990. It was reissued in 2002, with the lyrics for the last four songs missing from the booklet. It would be the last album before the band began experimenting with influences from other musical genres.
Track List:
1. When the Sun Burns Red - 00:00
2. Coma of Souls - 05:36
3. People of The Lie -
4. World Beyond - 10:01
5. Terror Zone - 15:32
6. Agents of Brutality - 21:39
7. Material World Paranoia - 26:59
8. Twisted Urges - 32:05
9. Hidden Dictator - 34:57
10. Mental Slavery - 39:53
Line up:
Mille Petrozza - Guitars/Vocals
Rob Fioretti - Bass
Frank Gosdzik - Guitars
Ventor - Drums
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23 years ago!
MEGADETH
YOUTHANASIA is the sixth studio album by American thrash metal band Megadeth, released on November 1, 1994 through Capitol Records. The album is not a large stylistic departure from the band's earlier recordings; however it marked the continuing evolution of Megadeth, following the footsteps of the previous album Countdown to Extinction (1992). The album's title is a play on words, implying that society is euthanizing its youth. The cover art features an elderly woman hanging babies by their feet on a seemingly endless clothesline; the artwork concept was directly inspired from a line of the title track.
Track List:
1. Reckoning Day - 0:00
2. Train Of Consequences - 4:35
3. Addicted To Chaos - 8:01
4. A Tout Le Monde - 13:27
5. Elysian Fields - 17:56
6. The Killing Road - 21:58
7. Blood Of Heroes - 25:58
8. Family Tree - 29:55
9. Youthanasia - 34:02
10. I Thought I Knew It All - 38:11
11. Black Curtains - 41:55
12. Victory - 45:34
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30 years ago!
SEPULTURA
SCHIZOPHRENIA is the second studio album by Brazilian thrash metal band Sepultura, released on October 30, 1987 by Cogumelo Records. It is the first album for the band with Andreas Kisser. The album's sound leans more towards the death/thrash metal genre than the previous album Morbid Visions, which is stylistically closer to black metal. All songs were recorded during August 1987, except for the bonus track "Troops of Doom" which was recorded during August 26–27, 1990.
Track List:
1.- Intro 00:00
2.- From The Past Comes Storms 00:31
3.- To The Wall 05:28
4.- Escape to The Void 11:07
5.- Inquisition Symphony 15:47
6.- Screams Behind the Shadows 23:03
7.- Septic Schizo 27:55
8.- The Abyss 32:29
9.- R.I.P. (Rest in Pain) 33:31
10.- Troops Of Doom 38:09
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CHAOS A.D. is the fifth studio album by Brazilian Thrash metal band Sepultura, released on 1993, by Roadrunner Records. Although the album is considered thrash metal, it saw a stylistic departure from the band's earlier style by incorporating a new groove metal sound.
Track List:
01 - Refuse/Resist 00:00 (3m19s)
02 - Territory 03:20 (4m45s)
03 - Slave New World 08:07 (2m54s)
04 - Amen 11:02 (4m24s)
05 - Kaiowas 15:30 (3m32s)
06 - Propaganda 19:14 (3m31s)
07 - Biotech Is Godzilla 22:47 (1m52s)
08 - Nomad 24:40 (4m58s)
09 - We Who Are Not As Others 29:39 (3m43s)
10 - Manifest 33:22 (4m55s)
11 - The Hunt 38:10 (3m58s)
12 - Clenched Fist 42:11 (4m57s)
13 - Chaos B.C. 47:10 (5m33s)
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31st Anniversary!
SLAYER
The Masterpiece "REIGN IN BLOOD" is the third studio album by American thrash metal band Slayer. It was released on October 7, 1986, by Def Jam Recordings. The album was the band's first collaboration with record producer Rick Rubin, whose input helped the band's sound evolve. Reign in Blood was well received by both critics and fans, and was responsible for bringing Slayer to the attention of a mainstream metal audience. Kerrang! magazine described the record as "the heaviest album of all". Reign in Blood helped define the sound of the emerging US thrash metal scene in the mid-1980s, and has remained influential since.
Reign in Blood's release was delayed because of concerns regarding its graphic artwork and lyrical subject matter. The opening track, "Angel of Death", which refers to Josef Mengele and describes acts, such as human experimentation, that Mengele committed at the Auschwitz concentration camp, provoked allegations of Nazism. However, the band stated numerous times that it does not condone Nazism, and are merely interested in the subject.
Track List:
1. "Angel of Death" (Jeff Hanneman/Hanneman) 4:51
2. "Piece by Piece" (Kerry King/King) 2:02
3. "Necrophobic" (Hanneman, King/Hanneman, King) 1:40
4. "Altar of Sacrifice" (King/Hanneman) 2:50
5. "Jesus Saves" (King/Hanneman, King) 2:54
6. "Criminally Insane" (Hanneman, King/Hanneman, King) 2:23
7. "Reborn" (King/Hanneman) 2:11
8. "Epidemic" (King/Hanneman, King) 2:23
9. "Postmortem" (Hanneman/Hanneman) 3:27
10. "Raining Blood" (Hanneman, King/Hanneman) 4:14
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31st Anniversary!
IRON MAIDEN
SOMEWHERE IN TIME is the sixth studio album by the English heavy metal band Iron Maiden, released on 29 September 1986 on EMI in Europe and its sister label Capitol Records in North America. (It was re-released by Sanctuary/Columbia Records in the US in 1998). The studio follow-up to the hugely successful Powerslave/Live After Death pair, it was their first album to feature guitar synthesisers.
Track List:
00:00 Caught Somewhere in Time
7:22 Wasted Years
12:36 Sea of Madness
18:20 Heaven Can Wait
25:45 The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner
32:17 Stranger in a Strange Land
38:05 Deja-Vu
43:07 Alexander the Greatο»Ώ
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30 years ago!!!
KREATOR
TERRIBLE CERTAINTY is the third studio album by thrash metal band Kreator released in 22 September /1987 under Noise Records.
Track List:
00:01 Blind Faith
04:07 Storming With Menace
08:33 Terrible Certainty
13:07 As the World Burns
16:58 Toxic Trace
22:31 No Escape
27:32 One of Us
31:33 Behind the Mirrorο»Ώ
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32 Years ago!
SLAYER
HELL AWAITS is the second studio album by American thrash metal band Slayer, released through Metal Blade Records in September 16/1985. Lyrical themes on Hell Awaits include hell and Satan, as their debut. The intro of the first track "Hell Awaits" played backwards reveals the repeated phrase "join us". Musically, the album features the band's most progressive and diverse work compared to their previous releases, and according to Kerry King, he and Jeff Hanneman were very into Mercyful Fate at the time, which then led to the longer and more progressive songs. Defined as "influential to future extreme metal acts," the most popular songs from Hell Awaits were re-recorded by various underground metal bands and have appeared on several tribute albums.
Track List:
1. "Hell Awaits"
2. "Kill Again"
3. "At Dawn They Sleep"
4. "Praise of Death"
5. "Necrophiliac"
6. "Crypts of Eternity"
7. "Hardening of the Arteries"
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SPEAK ENGLISH OR DIE is the debut studio album by the crossover thrash band Stormtroopers of Death (S.O.D.), released in August 1985.
Parts of the songs, "March of the S.O.D.", "Milano Mosh", "Chromatic Death," and "Sargent D and the S.O.D.", were used for commercial breaks of MTV's Headbanger's Ball in the early 1990s.
After Anthrax finished recording Spreading the Disease, there was still some studio time left, so members Scott Ian and Charlie Benante called some friends, practiced some songs, and recorded it all within a week.
The album had some controversy due to the politically incorrect lyrics. Dan Lilker stated, "The lyrics were never intended to be serious, just to piss people off."
Track List:
1. March of the S.O.D - 0:00
2. Sargent D & the S.O.D - 1:28
3. Kill Yourself - 3:51
4. Milano Mosh - 6:03
5. Speak English or Die - 7:35
6. United Forces - 10:01
7. Chromatic Death - 11:55
8. Pi Alpha Nu - 12:38
9. Anti-Procrastination Song - 13:48
10. What's that Noise? - 13:54
11. Freddy Krueger - 14:55
12. Milk (Live) - 17:27
13. Pre-Menstrual Princess Blues - 19:21
14. Pussy Whipped - 20:41
15. Fist Banging Mania - 22:57
16. No Turning Back - 25:01
17. Fuck the Middle East - 25:54
18. Douche Crew - 26:21
19. Hey Gordy! - 27:57
20. The Ballad of Jimi Hendrix - 28:05
21. Diamonds and Rust - 28:11
22. Ram It Up (Inferno Cover) - 28:21
Line up:
Billy Milano - Vocals
Scott Ian - Guitars
Dan Lilker - Bass, Vocals (backing)
Charlie Benante - Drums, Vocals (backing), Guitars (lead) (track 6)
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