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USPS Media Mail
This shipping method is a service provided by USPS that may take up to 14 postal days to deliver, although average delivery period is 2-8 days.
On any domestic order within the continental USA containing audio equipment, we will expedite your free shipping method to UPS Ground. This service will deliver within 1-6 business days; Monday through Friday only. No UPS delivery is available on Saturday or Sunday.
Faithful, Updated Rendering Of Original Art Printed At Stoughton Printing Co.
150 Gram Black Vinyl Record, Manufactured For Pristine Sound At Quality Record Pressings
The greatest skate-punk record ever is now available once again, this time as a standard issue run, for popular demand!
After two separate limited pressings, Drastic has assigned Agent Orange's Living in Darkness for a standard issue release. A standard issues release for us is a title, which we have released as a collectible run, but now offer as a less expensive 150-gram black, unnumbered title in conventional shrink-wrap.
1. Too Young To Die 2. Everything Turns Gret 3. Miserlou 4. The Last Goodbye 5. No Such Thing 6. A Cry For Help In World Gone Mad 7. Bloodstains 8. Living In Darkness
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Their origins date back to the year 1980. Be it the early demo tapes, their "In The Sign Of Evil-EP" (Steamhammer), or their 1996 debut album "Obsessed By Cruelty" - Sodom intimidated the world at large from the very beginning. Two years and one album later, the band toured Europe with the likes of Whiplash, recording the live cut "Mortal Way Of Life" at the legendary Tor 3 in DÜsseldorf in the process. With "Agent Orange", the band from Gelsenkirchen in the Ruhr area of Germany unleashed a milestone of the genre. Sodom toured all over the world, travelled Europe repeatedly and played a number of successful gigs in Japan and South America. Albums like Better Off Dead (1990) or "Tapping The Vein" (1992) solidified the success of the band, who - despite a number of personnel changes - managed to maintain their characteristic sound, mainly thanks to bassist and vocalist Tom Angelripper. Throughout the Nineties, Sodom lost none of their authenticity on albums like "Masquerade In Blood" or "'Til Death Do Us Unite", remaining firmly grounded and never losing touch with their roots. With their 1999 release "Code Red", a title that refers to the US Marines' infamous punishment code, the trio consisting of Angelripper/ Bernemann/Schottkowski proved as politically committed as ever. This tradition was continued in 2001 with a journey to the Far East, namely two shows in Bangkok and Saigon and the explosive subject matter of their album, "M16". Subsequently, Angelripper threw himself into the preparations for Sodom`s first DVD, "Lords Of Depravity Part I" (the band are already busy working on a successor), presenting their latest studio recording in 2009 - "Sodom".
LP1 1. Agent Orange 2. Tired And Red 3. Incest 4. Remember The Fallen 5. Magic Dragon 6. Exibition Bout
LP2 1. Ausgebombt 2. Baptism Of Fire 3. Don't Walk Away 4. Incest (live) 5. Agent Orange (live) 6. Ausgebombt (live)
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