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  • The Vinyl Conflict (Box Set) The Vinyl Conflict (Box Set) Quick View

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    The Vinyl Conflict (Box Set)

    Included Are Reproductions Of The Original Lp Artwork, Including Inner Sleeve Art, All In Heavyweight, Litho-wrapped Chip Jackets


    The Vinyl Conflict collects all 10 original Slayer albums from American Recordings and puts them together in this limited edition box set. Each album has been remastered from the original flat master tapes and is pressed on the highest quality 180-gram audiophile vinyl.


    Slayer is an American thrash metal band from Huntington Park, California, formed in 1981 by guitarists Jeff Hanneman and Kerry King. Slayer rose to fame with its 1986 release Reign in Blood, and is credited as one of the big four thrash metal bands, along with Metallica, Megadeth, and Anthrax. Between 1991 and 2013, the band sold 4.9 million albums in the United States.


    Slayer's musical style involves fast tremolo picking, double bass drumming, riffs in irregular scales and shouted vocals. In the original line-up, King, Hanneman, and lead vocalist/bassist Tom Araya contributed to the band's lyrics, and most of the band's music was written by King and Hanneman, with additional help from Araya and drummer Dave Lombardo. The band's lyrics and album art, which cover topics such as serial killers, necrophilia, Satanism, religion, anti-religion, Nazism, and warfare, have generated album bans, delays, lawsuits, and criticism from religious groups and the public. However, its music has been highly influential, often being cited by many bands as an influence musically, visually, and lyrically.

    LP1 - Reign In Blood
    1. Reign In Blood
    2. Angel Of Death

    3. Piece By Piece

    4. Necrophobic
    5. Altar Of Sacrifice
    6. Jesus Saves
    7. Criminally Insane
    8. Reborn
    9. Epidemic

    10. Postmortem

    11. Raining Blood


    LP2 - South Of Heaven
    1. South Of Heaven
    2. Silent Scream

    3. Live Undead
    4. Behind The Crooked Cross
    5. Mandatory Suicide
    6. Ghosts Of War

    7. Read Between The Lies
    8. Cleanse The Soul
    9. Dissident Aggressor

    10. Spill The Blood


    LP3 - Seasons In The Abyss
    1. War Ensemble
    2. Blood Red

    3. Spirit In Black

    4. Expendable Youth
    5. Dead Skin Mask

    6. Hallowed Point

    7. Skeletons Of Society

    8. Temptation

    9. Born Of Fire
    10. Seasons In The Abyss


    LP4 - Live: Decade Of Aggression
    1. Hell Awaits
    2. The Anti-Christ

    3. War Ensemble
    4. South Of Heaven
    5. Raining Blood

    6. Altar Of Sacrifice
    7. Jesus Saves
    8. Dead Skin Mask
    9. Seasons In The Abyss

    10. Mandatory Suicide

    11. Angel Of Death


    LP5 - Live: Decade Of Aggression
    1. Hallowed Point
    2. Blood Red
    3. Die By The Sword
    4. Black Magic
    5. Captor Of Sin
    6. Born Of Fire
    7. Postmortem
    8. Spirit In Black
    9. Expendable Youth
    10. Chemical Warfare


    LP6 - Divine Intervention
    1. Killing Fields
    2. Sex. Murder, Art.
    3. Fictional Reality
    4. Dittohead
    5. Divine Intervention

    6. Circle Of Beliefs

    7. SS-3
    8. Serenity In Murder

    9. 213
    10. Mind Control


    LP7 - Undisputed Attitude
    1. Disintegration / Free Money
    2. Verbal Abuse / Leeches
    3. Abolish Government / Superficial Love
    4. Can't Stand You
    5. Ddamm
    6. Guilty Of Being White

    7. I Hate You
    8. Filler / I Don't Want To Hear It

    9. Spiritual Law
    10. Sick Boy
    11. Mr. Freeze
    12. Violent Pacification
    13. Richard Hung Himself
    14. I'm Gonna Be Your God
    15. Gemini


    LP8 - Diabolus In Musica
    1. Bitter Peace
    2. Death's Hand
    3. Stain Of Mind
    4. Overt Enemy
    5. Perversions Of Pain

    6. Love To Hate
    7. Desire
    8. In The Name Of God
    9. Scrum
    10. Screaming From The Sky

    11. Point


    LP9 - God Hates Us All
    1. Darkness Of Christ
    2. Disciple
    3. God Send Death
    4. New Faith
    5. Cast Down
    6. Threshold
    7. Exile
    8. Seven Faces
    9. Bloodline
    10. Deviance
    11. War Zone
    12. Here Comes The Pain
    13. Payback


    LP10 - Christ Illusion
    1. Flesh Storm
    2. Catalyst
    3. Skeleton Christ
    4. Eyes Of The Insane
    5. Jihad
    6. Consfearacy
    7. Catatonic
    8. Black Serenade
    9. Cult
    10. Supremist
    11. Final Six


    LP11 - World Painted Blood
    1. World Painted Blood
    2. Unit 731
    3. Snuff
    4. Beauty Through Order
    5. Hate Worldwide
    6. Public Display Of Dismemberment
    7. Human Strain

    8. Americon
    9. Psychopathy Red
    10. Playing With Dolls
    11. Not Of This God

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    Seasons In The Abyss

    After staking out new territory with the underrated South of Heaven, Slayer brought back some of the pounding speed of Reign in Blood for their third major-label album, Seasons in the Abyss. Essentially, Seasons fuses its two predecessors, periodically kicking up the mid-tempo grooves of South of Heaven with manic bursts of aggression. War Ensemble and the title track each represented opposite sides of the coin, and they both earned Slayer their heaviest MTV airplay to date. In fact, Seasons in the Abyss is probably their most accessible album, displaying the full range of their abilities all in one place, with sharp, clean production. Since the band is refining rather than progressing or experimenting, Seasons doesn't have quite the freshness of its predecessors, but aside from that drawback, it's strong almost all the way from top to bottom (with perhaps one or two exceptions). Lyrically, the band rarely turns to demonic visions of the afterlife anymore, preferring instead to find tangible horror in real life -- war, murder, human weakness. There's even full-fledged social criticism, which should convince any doubters that Slayer aren't trying to promote the subjects they sing about. Like Metallica's Master of Puppets or Megadeth's Peace Sells...but Who's Buying, Seasons in the Abyss paints Reagan-era America as a cesspool of corruption and cruelty, and the music is as devilishly effective as ever.


    - Steve Huey (All Music Guide)

    1. War Ensemble
    2. Blood Red
    3. Spirit In Black
    4. Expendable Youth
    5. Dead Skin Mask
    6. Hallowed Point
    7. Skeletons Of Society
    8. Temptation
    9. Born Of Fire
    10. Seasons In The Abyss
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    Reign In Blood

    No one has bettered the ferocity, pace, and brutal power of this 28-minute 10-song set. Guitarists Jeff Hanneman and Kerry King fire out of the gate with the infamous Angel of Death and don't take a respite until the fifth cut, Jesus Saves. And that breather lasts all of 30 seconds. Winding like a mutant Paganini piece, Postmortem's hook is so inescapable that even metal neophytes will find it irresistible. Superbly sequenced and wonderfully executed, this favorite of producer Rick Rubin stands as the most extreme album in thrash-metal history.
    --Steffan Chirazi
    1. Angel Of Death
    2. Piece By Piece
    3. Necrophobic
    4. Altar Of Sacrifice
    5. Jesus Saves
    6. Criminally Insane
    7. Reborn
    8. Epidemic
    9. Postmortem
    10. Raining Blood
    11. Aggressive Perfector
    12. Criminally Insane
    Slayer
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  • Fistful Of Metal / Armed & Dangerous (On Sale) Fistful Of Metal / Armed & Dangerous (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    Fistful Of Metal / Armed & Dangerous (On Sale)

    Red and Clear Swirl Colored Vinyl


    Anthrax is a band that must be named in the same breath as Slayer and Metallica as pioneers of the American metal movement. This 25th Anniversary re-issue combines the first two Anthrax records, Fistful of Metal and Armed & Dangerous in one great package on three 10 vinyl LPs. Includes classics like Metal Thrashing Mad, Howling Furies and Armed & Dangerous. Die cut, triple 10 gatefold sleeve.


    This title is not eligible for further discount.

    Side 1

    1. Deathrider
    2. Metal Thrashing Mad
    3. I'm Eighteen


    Side 2

    1. Panic
    2. Subjugator
    3. Soldiers Of Metal


    Side 3

    1. Death From Above
    2. Anthrax
    3. Across The River


    Side 4

    1. Howling Furies
    2. Armed & Dangerous


    Side 5

    1. Raise Hell
    2. God Save The Queen
    3. Metal Thrashing Mad (Live)


    Side 6

    1. Panic (Live)
    2. Soldiers Of Metal (Rare Version)
    3. Howling Furies (Rare Version)

    Anthrax
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    Show No Mercy

    1983's Show No Mercy was the album that started it all for the thrash mercanaries and the album ultimately helped inaugerate in the speed and thrash metal movement of the '80s and the extreme metal underground of the '90s. Slayer incorporated the faster, darker elements of Judas Priest and melded it with the punk brutality of Motorhead and its apparent from the the all out assault of the opener Evil Has No Boundaries to the last note of the title track closer that they were a band to be reckoned with. Available here on Limited Edition Splattered Red Colored Vinyl!
    1. Evil Has No Boundaries
    2. The Antichrist
    3. Die by the Sword
    4. Fight till Death
    5. Metal Storm / Face The Slayer
    6. Black Magic
    7. Tormentor
    8. The Final Command
    9. Crionics
    10. Show No Mercy
    Slayer
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  • South Of Heaven South Of Heaven Quick View

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    South Of Heaven

    When it comes to death metal, no band is more convincing than Slayer. For other bands, focusing on death, Satanism, the supernatural, and the occult became a clichÉ; but Slayer's controversial reflections on evil always came across as honest and heartfelt. The group's sincerity is the thing that makes South of Heaven so disturbing and powerful -- when the influential thrashers rip into such morbid fare as Spill the Blood, Mandatory Suicide, and Ghosts of War, they are frighteningly convincing. With their fourth album, Slayer began to slow their tempos without sacrificing an iota of heaviness or incorporating any pop elements. South of Heaven would be Slayer's last album for Def Jam. When Rick Rubin and Russell Simmons (brother of Joseph Run Simmons of Run-D.M.C.) parted company, Slayer went to Rubin's new company Def American, while LL Cool J, Slick Rick, and other rappers recorded for Simmons at Def Jam.


    - Alex Henderson (All Music Guide)

    1. South of Heaven
    2. Silent Scream
    3. Live Undead
    4. Behind the Crooked Cross
    5. Mandatory Suicide
    6. Ghosts of War
    7. Read Between the Lies
    8. Cleanse the Soul
    9. Dissident Aggressor
    10. Spill the Blood
    Slayer
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    Electric Peace

    Electric is the pivotal third album by The Cult. Released in 1987, the album marked a deliberate stylistic change in the band from a Gothic rock to a hard rock band. Rick Rubin, the producer on Electric, had been specifically hired to remake the band's sound in an effort to capitalize on the popularity of hard rock and heavy metal in the 1980s. The album was featured in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.


    After the breakthrough success of their second album, Love, the Cult began working on a follow-up with producer Steve Brown. In the summer of 1986, they recorded twelve tracks at the Manor Studio in Oxfordshire. These recordings, which came to be known as the Manor Sessions, were to make up a new album, tentatively entitled Peace. However, upon completion of the recording sessions, the band decided that they were unhappy with the sound, and began to look for a new producer.


    The band went on to choose Rick Rubin, who was known for producing albums for hip hop artists and thrash metal band Slayer. These new recordings, with a slightly different track-list and running order, became the album that was released.
    Although all twelve of the Manor Sessions tracks were initially scrapped, four of them would turn up as B-sides to singles from Electric. A further five of them appeared on a limited edition EP, and with the release of Rare Cult in 2000, the rest of the unreleased Steve Brown-produced tracks were made available.

    Wild Flower
    Peace Dog
    Lil' Devil
    Aphrodisiac Jacket
    Electric Ocean
    Bad Fun
    King Contrary Man
    Love Removal Machine
    Born to Be Wild (Mars Bonfire)
    Outlaw
    Memphis Hip Shake
    The Cult
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  • Live Undead Live Undead Quick View

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    Live Undead

    This seven-song live release features five tracks from Slayer's debut, Show No Mercy which was released a year prior, one cut from the three-song Haunting The Chapel EP and an additional non-album track entitled Aggressive Perfector. The songs on Live Undead fundamentally follow the heavy handed arrangements of their studio counterparts, but are enhanced with an added energy and menace that was vital to Slayer's exciting early period. Available here on Limited Edition Splattered Silver Colored Vinyl!
    1. Black Magic
    2. Die By The Sword
    3. Captor Of Sin
    4. The Anitchrist
    5. Evil Has No Boundaries
    6. Show No Mercy
    7. Aggressive Perfector
    Slayer
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    Judgement Night

    The 1993 film Judgment Night was basically suburbia's paranoid view of inner-city life, where the slightest misstep (such as trying to take a shortcut to a boxing match) has fateful, if not fatal, consequences. And what better music to accompany this middle-class nightmare than a hybrid of the music suburbanites seemed most afraid of; Rap and Rock. It turned out to be quite a fruitful collaboration; while the film bombed, the soundtrack went gold.



    Judgment Night spawned four singles: Biohazard & Onyx's 'Judgment Night', Helmet & House Of Pain's 'Just Another Victim', Teenage Fanclub & De La Soul's 'Fallin'' and Faith No More & Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E.'s 'Another Body Murdered', and it also features highly sought after collaboration between Pearl Jam & Cypress Hill. Ice-T and Slayer manage to thrash it out on an unsurpassed level, while Sonic Youth & Cypress Hill have that slightly paranoid sound you get from loving Mary Jane a little too much.



    Available on vinyl for the first time since its original release!

    Side 1



    1.Sonic Youth & Cypress Hill - I Love You Mary Jane
    2.Biohazard & Onyx - Judgement Night
    3.Helmet & House Of Pain - Just Another Victim
    4.Living Colour & Run DMC - Me, Myself & My Microphone
    5.Slayer & Ice-T - Disorder
    6.Dinosaur Jr. & Del Tha Funky Homosapiens - Missing Link



    Side 2



    1.Teenage Fanclub & De La Soul - Fallin'
    2.Mudhoney & Sir Mix-A-Lot - Freak Momma
    3.Faith No More & Boo-Yaa TRIBE - Another Body Murdered
    4.Therapy & Fatal - Come And Die
    5. Cypress Hill & Pearl Jam - Real Thing

    Various Artists
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  • God Hates Us All God Hates Us All Quick View

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    God Hates Us All

    While thrash-metal peers Metallica and Megadeth have mellowed both musically and lyrically, Slayer's music and message remains unrelentingly anti-nearly-everything and almost unspeakably brutal. Without significant radio airplay, the hard-core California-bred quartet has amassed a loyal fan base that will not be disappointed by the 42 minutes of sheer aggression found on God Hates Us All. The twin-guitar onslaught of Kerry King and Jeff Hanneman, coupled with the rapid heartbeat double bass drums of Paul Bostaph, match the often sacrilegious and abhorrent-to-many lyrics, made even more disturbing by the fact that the album's release coincided with the World Trade Center tragedy.


    This is metal for atheists, as King writes terrifyingly prophetically: Pessimist, terrorist, targeting the next mark/ Global chaos feeding on hysteria. In keeping with the album's doomsday outlook, New Faith offers: Welcome to the horror of the Revelation. A terrifyingly vitriolic and too-real album, God Hates Us All more than earns the parental advisory sticker it carries.


    --Katherine Turman

    1. Darkness of Christ
    2. Disciple
    3. God Send Death
    4. New Faith
    5. Cast Down
    6. Threshold
    7. Exile
    8. Seven Faces
    9. Bloodline
    10. Deviance
    11. War Zone
    12. Here Comes The Pain
    13. Payback
    Slayer
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  • Live: Decade Of Aggression Live: Decade Of Aggression Quick View

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    Live: Decade Of Aggression

    A double live album, Decade of Aggression, was released in 1991, and aside from a brief tour the next year (including an appearance at the 1992 Monsters of Rock festival at Castle Donington), nothing new would be heard from Slayer until 1994's Divine Intervention.

    1. Hell Awaits
    2. Antichrist
    3. War Ensemble
    4. South Of Heaven
    5. Raining Blood
    6. Altar Of Sacrifice
    7. Jesus Saves
    8. Dead Skin Mask
    9. Seasons In The Abyss
    10. Mandatory Suicide
    11. Angel Of Death
    12. Hallowed Point
    13. Blood Red
    14. Die By The Sword
    15. Black Magic
    16. Captor Of Sin
    17. Born Of Fire
    18. Postmortem
    19. Spirit In Black
    20. Expendable Youth
    21. Chemical Warfare
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    Christ Illusion

    Christ Illusion is the tenth studio album from Slayer. The album entered the Billboard 200 at number 5-the, band's highest U.S. chart position to date.
    Christ Illusion includes the Grammy Award-winning songs Eyes of the Insane and Final Six, and is the band's first studio album to feature original
    drummer Dave Lombardo since 1990's Seasons in the Abyss.
    1. Flesh Storm
    2. Catalyst
    3. Eyes Of The Insane
    4. Jihad
    5. Skeleton Christ
    6. Consfearacy
    7. Catatonic
    8. Black Serenade
    9. Cult
    10. Supremist
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  • The Sinister Urge The Sinister Urge Quick View

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    The Sinister Urge

    Picture Disc


    Hard rock's brightest shock rocker avoids the sophomore slump on the fun and energetic The Sinister Urge. Zombie's trademark growl is still in fine form, roaring over the 11 tracks with his unique blend of acid-throated venom. But most interesting are the directions he tries to bring to his familiar sound, which he has been cultivating since the hardcore punk days of White Zombie. Never Gonna Stop (The Red, Red Kroovy) is the most apparent example of this, a song that borders on pop with its groovy handclaps and acoustic guitars. But not to be worried, the chorus kicks back into classic Zombie, complete with sampled crowd chants and his trademark yeah. Going to California has a similar vibe, albeit darker and with a Welcome to My Nightmare-era Alice Cooper showbiz quality to it. But when it comes time to rock out, Zombie is more than ready. Dead Girl Superstar is probably the best of the bunch, raging along at lightning speed and featuring an awesome guest appearance by Slayer guitarist Kerry King. Iron Head is also quite good, matching Zombie's bark with guest singer Ozzy Osbourne's trademark banshee wail over a swaggering beat and chugging riff. And finally there is House of 1000 Corpses, the theme from the film Zombie directed that apparently offended Universal Studios so much that they refused to release it. The song is a nice departure for him, like a Leonard Cohen song filtered through Violator-era Depeche Mode. It is the slow burn of this last track that shows the most promise; after years of making good heavy metal, he finally expands the boundaries of his own sound. Few metal musicians kept their sound fresh for as long as Zombie, and this album is no exception. This may not win any new fans, but anyone who enjoyed his old material will probably find this to be a welcome addition to their collection.

    - Bradley Torreano (All Music)

    1. Sinner's, Inc
    2. Demon Speeding
    3. Dead Girl Superstar
    4. Never Gonna Stop (The Red, Red Kroovy)
    5. Iron Head
    6. (Go To) California
    7. Feel So Numb
    8. Transylvanian Transmissions Pt. 1
    9. Bring Her Down (To Crippletown)
    10. Scum Of The Earth
    11. House Of 1000 Corpses/Unholy 3
    Rob Zombie
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  • Get Back Get Back Quick View

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    Get Back

    It's doubtful that Stephen McBean set out to make The Great Rock 'N' Roll Primer when he started conjuring the
    songs that would come to be Pink Mountaintops' Get Back.


    The record's beginnings were reasonably straightforward: McBean had moved to Los Angeles, taken a long hiatus
    from Black Mountain and an even longer one from Pink Mountaintops when he met producer Joe Cardamone, lead
    singer of Icarus Line at Valley Recording Company in Burbank,CA.The two bonded quickly over Flying Nun bands,
    Television Personalities, Roxy Music, Johnny Thunders, and Born Against. Joe was excited to meet someone he
    actually liked. Stephen was excited to work with someone who said Sing it like you would've sung it when you were
    21. Simple enough,right?


    But ask him to set the scene and you'll hear about a motorcycle shop owned by Michael Barragan, former member
    of Los Angeles noise rock band Plexi. You'll hear about an endless supply of rock 'n' roll video documentation for
    last minute inspiration or de-evolution in the living room.Ask who's on the record and you'll get a constellation of
    greats:J Mascis(DinosaurJr &Witch),Rob Barbato (Darker My Love,The Fall & Cass McCombs), Steve Kille (Dead
    Meadow), Daniel Allaire (Brian Jonestown Massacre, Cass McCombs & Darker My Love), Annie Hardy (Giant
    Drag), Jon Wahl(Clawhammer), and Gregg Foreman (Cat Power & Delta 72).Randal Dunn (Sunn O))),Earth, Sun
    City Girls, Boris) mixed Get Back at Avast! Studios (Bikini Kill, Mudhoney, Christ On A Crutch, Soundgarden) in
    Seattle. Howie Weinburg (Nirvana, Beastie Boys, Danzig, Ramones, Slayer) mastered it in Laurel Canyon.


    Ask about the record itself and McBean will tell you about Alleys, curbs, walls, and cigarette stained gig flyers.An
    island on the Pacific coast. Fake British towns. Slayer posters.The beauty of youth.It's about listening to Driver's Seat
    and 'Guns of Brixton' and hotboxing The Duster. And suddenly it becomes clear: when the aliens do touch down
    and they don't know rock 'n'roll, you can play them Get Back start to finish, and that'll be all they need.


    Get Back comes out swinging with Ambulance City, a head-trip of a song with a chugging, insistent, oddly timeless
    guitar riff sitting front and center.The Second Summer of Love needs almost no explanation; it dives into 80s VHS
    saturation and never comes up for air. Sell Your Soul is a deep sigh and a motorcycle ride, a roll in the grass
    lamenting summertime blues with a little grit and a little harmony. And North Hollywood Microwaves is
    downright obscene. But what better way to start Side B than this? You can listen at hushed volumes so your parents
    don't hear, you can crank it in a dorm room, you can smirk to yourself from the safety of rock 'n'roll's old age.You
    start to wonder- why don't all Side Bs start with a song like this one


    The number of platitudes in music hit critical mass years ago, and among those tropes is that annoying, inescapable
    mantra:rock 'n'roll is undefinable.And yeah,sure, that's true. It's different things to different people. It starts with
    guitars, maybe, and ends with a stage-dive, or spit, or feedback. Rock 'n'roll is drugs, is rebellion, is youth, is sex, is
    cosmic. It's wanting more than you have.Rock 'n'roll is butts and cigarette butts.And Pink Mountaintops might not
    be the best-known band ever to make rock 'n' roll, but in Get Back they just might have written its scripture -- an
    exploration and celebration of what, exactly,rock 'n'roll can be.

    1. Ambulance City
    2. The Second Summer of Love
    3. Through All The Worry
    4. Wheels
    5. Sell Your Soul
    6. North Hollywood Microwaves
    7. Sixteen
    8. New Teenage Mutilation
    9. Shakedown
    10. The Last Dance
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  • Undisputed Attitude Undisputed Attitude Quick View

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    Undisputed Attitude

    Undisputed Attitude is a cover album featuring a collection of punk covers of bands including Minor Threat, T.S.O.L., D.R.I. and The Stooges.


    Listening to this album is like peering behind the veil of what made Reign In Blood so iconic a decade earlier. That album took the ferocious anger and purity of intention that was hardcore and embalmed it in evil, taking an already speedy genre and amping it up to eleven. Hearing Slayer blaze through such classics as Minor Threat's 'Filler' and 'I Don't Wanna Hear It' is literally breathtaking, in that they retain the essence of Minor Threat's self-righteous anger while still retaining their own signature thrash aggression. Slayer can only sound like Slayer in the end, even when performing a near-Xerox caliber cover.

    - televiper11 (The Metal Archives)

    1. Disintegration / Free Money
    2. Verbal Abuse / Leeches
    3. Abolish Government / Superficial Love
    4. Can't Stand You
    5. Ddamm
    6. Guilty of Being White
    7. I Hate You 2:18
    8. Filler / I Don't Want to Hear It
    9. Spiritual Law
    10. Sick Boy
    11. Mr. Freeze
    12. Violent Pacification
    13. Memories of Tomorrow
    14. Richard Hung Himself
    15. I'm Gonna Be Your God
    16. Gemini
    Slayer
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    Feed Me Violence

    Let down your hair and rip off your shirt, Speed Metal is back! With lustful joy, the Belgians of EVIL INVADERS wallow in those mad days of early Metallica and Slayer, when Thrash Metal was marked with speed and metal's madness was bigger than the Beatlemania. Their second monstrosity of an album is called Feed The Violence and delivers true Thrash Metal in its rawest strength: wasted and wild, lightning-swift and erratic! Full-throated Heavy Metal-screams that would make Rob Halford proud shoot over electrifying whirlwinds of solo guitars. Prepare yourself for massive divebombs and a grim beating snare drum! A must-have for every guitar-freak that hails Dimebag Darrell and Randy Rhoads.
    1. Mental Penitentiary
    2. As Life Slowly Fades
    3. Suspended Reanimation
    4. Broken Dreams In Isolation
    5. Feed Me Violence
    6. Oblivion
    7. Shades Of Solitude
    8. Anger Within
    9. Among The Depths Of Sanity
    Evil Invaders
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    Divine Intervention

    The rock & roll landscape changed dramatically between Seasons in the Abyss in 1990 and Divine Intervention in 1994. With the rise of alternative rock, many metal and hard rock bands that had been enormously successful at the dawn of the '90s were struggling by the middle of the decade. Instead of doing something calculated like emulating Nirvana or Pearl Jam -- or for that matter, Nine Inch Nails or Ministry -- Slayer wisely refused to sound like anyone but Slayer. Tom Araya and co. responded to the new environment simply by striving to be the heaviest metal band they possibly could. Less accessible than Seasons but equally riveting, Divine Intervention marked drummer Paul Bostaph's studio debut with the band. Bostaph proved to be a positive, energizing influence on Slayer, which sounds better than ever on such dark triumphs as Killing Fields, Serenity in Murder, and Circle of Beliefs. Characteristically grim and morbid, Slayer focus on the violently repressive nature of governments and the lengths to which they will go to wield power. And true to form, Slayer's music is as disturbing as their lyrics.


    - Alex Henderson (All Music Guide)

    1. Killing Fields
    2. Sex, Murder, Art
    3. Fictional Reality
    4. Dittohead
    5. Divine Intervention
    6. Circle of Beliefs
    7. SS-3
    8. Serenity in Murder
    9. 213
    10. Mind Control
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    The Mediator Between Head And Hands Must Be The Heart

    It was the city of Belo Horizonte, Brazil that launched the ascent of their native sons in SEPULTURA (Portuguese for "grave") in 1983 with a trajectory unsuspectingly aimed at the worldwide metal music scene. A band with humble economic beginnings whose musical identity was forged in the context of living through Brazil's authoritarian military dictatorship, SEPULTURA would go on to become Brazilian ambassadors to the metal world, revered master architects of the death/thrash genre, and the most successful heavy metal band from the Federal Republic of Brazil.


    When SEPULTURA experienced a line-up change in the mid-1990s that was widely covered by the metal press around the world, remaining members recruited American Derrick Green in 1997 to front the band, a position the Cleveland, Ohio native has held for the past fifteen years and counting. This past June, long-time guitarist Andreas Kisser (who joined in1987), original bassist Paulo Jr., and drum prodigy Eloy Casagrande, SEPULTURA entered the studio in Venice, California with renowned producer Ross Robinson (KORN, MACHINE HEAD, FEAR FACTORY) - who also worked on the band's landmark 1996 release, »Roots« - and co-producer Steve Evetts (THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, SYMPHONY X, INCANTATION) - who previously worked on SEPULTURA's »Roorback« (2003), the »Revolusongs« EP (2002), and »Nation« (2001) - to record the band's seventh studio album with Green (and their second album for Nuclear Blast): »The Mediator Between The Head And Hands Must Be The Heart«, scheduled for release this October.


    Inspired by Austrian filmmaker Fritz Lang's classic 1927 movie "Metropolis," SEPULTURA leans heavily on the strength of their thrash metal influences to make a statement against the dehumanizing effects of technology. Guitarist Andreas Kisser delves a little deeper:


    "In the movie, a crazy millionaire wants to transform a robot into a real person. That's kind of the opposite of what we live today. More than ever, we are robotized through the worldwide web, Google glasses, chips under our skins and globalized slavery our society suffers nowadays. Being that the novel was written in the early 1920s, it's almost prophetical. The phrase that inspired me - the main message of the story - points to the heart as being the human factor that keeps a man a man - not a robot. The heart beats with freedom of choice. We have to think for ourselves to create a real world, not a matrix."


    Exploring the miseries and privileges associated with technological power, »The Mediator Between The Head And Hands Must Be The Heart« - SEPULTURA's angry dystopian documentary in sonic form - also addresses the chaotic aftermath of natural disasters, the unfulfilled promises of religion, and the still-widening divide & unbridgeable gap between pampered citizens who live in decadent luxury and the working poor who withstand unbearable living & working conditions to simply survive.


    The album's opening track, 'Trauma Of War', begins as a cacophony of noise that gives rise to an urgent panic that spins into a paranoiac distress about others making decisions that will lead to our demise in war. In 'The Vatican', we listen as yearning souls pray to their god to alleviate their suffering as the furious vocals, guitars, and drums document the moment when the faithful come face-to-face with the reality of their absent god too self-absorbed with being adored to notice humanity's cries for help. 'The Bliss Of Ignorants' is an indictment by those who intimately know the depths of human suffering against those who don't wish to know. 'Grief' weeps with its gnosis of such a feared emotion. With so many recent natural disasters throughout the world, who could deny the truth behind human greed & corruption sung about in 'Manipulation Of Tragedy'?


    With both the 2014 FIFA World Cup championship and the 2016 Olympic Games headed to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, a worldwide audience will surely be mesmerized by the glamour surrounding these world-broadcasted events. But there are those who bear witness to what won't be televised; there are those who have seen the decades of daily strife of Brazilian citizens with wide-open eyes.


    »The Mediator Between Head And Hands Must Be The Heart« never lacks confidence in what SEPULTURA knows: "I live in São Paulo, one of the big metropolises in the world with more than 20 million people living and working in it," asserts Kisser. "I know how it is to live in daily chaos. Our music reflects a lot of that feeling."


    Featuring a guest appearance by former SLAYER drummer Dave Lombardo, »The Mediator Between Head And Hands Must Be The Heart« does what many great albums do: it captures a moment in time and carves out a place to have a dialogue with listeners with an honesty that rings so true, it becomes a part of our arsenal with which to defend ourselves against the wrongdoings of the world.

    1. Trauma Of War
    2. The Vatican
    3. Impending Doom

    4. Manipulation of Tragedy
    5. Tsunami
    6. The Bliss Of Ignorants
    7. Grief
    8. The Age Of The Atheist
    9. Obsessed
    10. Da Lama Ao Caos (Chico Science & Nação Zumbi cover)
    Sepultura
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    World Gone Mad

    Pressed On Limited Edition Opaque Blue Vinyl


    Twelfth studio album from Venice Beach legendary metal / hardcore punk band, Suicidal Tendencies, featuring Dave Lombardo (Slayer) on drums.

    1. Clap Like Ozzy
    2. The New Degeneration
    3. Living For Life
    4. Get Your Fight On!
    5. World Gone Mad!
    6. Happy Never After
    7. One Finger Salute
    8. Damage Control
    9. The Struggle Is Real
    10. Still Dying To Live
    11. This World
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    Souls Of Black

    Souls Of Black is the fourth studio album by American Thrash Metal band Testament. The album was released in 1990. It preceded several changes in style to rather diverse styles of Metal, including the traditional Heavy Metal sound heard in its succeeding album, The Ritual. In order to promote Souls of Black, Testament supported Megadeth, Slayer and Suicidal Tendencies in Europe on the Clash of the Titans tour.


    Souls of Black is also seen as an influential guitar album, being ranked number nine on Guitar World magazine's top ten list of guitar albums of 1990.

    1. Beginning Of The End
    2. Fate In The Sky
    3. Falling Fast
    4. Souls Of Black
    5. Absence Of Light
    6. Love To Hate
    7. Malpractice
    8. One Man's Fate
    9. The Legacy
    10. Seven Days Of May
    Testament
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    World Painted Blood

    2009 release from one of the veteran Metal band. Nine studio albums, thousands of live shows and nearly three decades into a career that's made them one of the biggest and most important Metal bands in the world, the members of Slayer know exactly what kind of music they make: brutal but beautiful, punishing yet precise. A fresh Slayer record is a thing of terror but also one of trust: You can depend on what you're getting even if you're unprepared for it. As guitarist Jeff Hanneman says, ''At this point, I think a Slayer album pretty much speaks for itself.''
    1. World Painted Blood
    2. Unit 731
    3. Snuff
    4. Beauty Through Order
    5. Hate Worldwide
    6. Public Display Of Dismemberment
    7. Human Strain
    8. Americon
    9. Psychopathy Red
    10. Playing With Dolls
    11. Not Of This God
    Slayer
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    Pleasure To Kill

    Remastered Versions By Andy Pearce And Overseen By Mille Petrozza


    Featuring New Art


    Packed With Rare Photos And Memorabilia And Notes By Mille And Malcolm Dome (Metal Hammer) Talking About The Creation Of The Albums


    Contains Kreator's Flag Of Hate EP


    Pleasure To Kill, the second studio album by Kreator, was released in November 1986 originally by Noise Records. The lyrical themes follow those found on their first album. Unleashed in 1986 and still considered the band's first classic album, Pleasure to Kill raised the bar with more diversity of tempos and greater attention to technical execution while losing nothing in terms of ferocity or speed. The band closed out the year with the Flag of Hate EP (named after a re-recorded version of their earliest hit) which is included on this version. Many death metal bands cite this album as an influence. Pleasure To Kill is widely considered a thrash classic. It is also considered a landmark album in the history of thrash metal along with Master of Puppets by Metallica, Reign In Blood by Slayer and Darkness Descends by Dark Angel, all released in 1986.


    Formed in Essen, Germany in 1982, Kreator is arguably the most influential and successful European thrash metal band ever, like many of their European speed metal brethren, Kreator fused Metallica's thrash innovations with Venom's proto-black metal imagery. Kreator has been referred to as one of the Big 4 of Teutonic thrash metal, and they are often credited with helping pioneer death metal and black metal by containing several elements of what was to become those genres. The band has achieved worldwide sales of over two million units for combined sales of all their albums, making them one of the best-selling German thrash metal bands of all time. Kreator's style has changed several times over the years, from a Venom-inspired speed metal sound, later moving into thrash metal, and including a period of transitioning from thrash to industrial metal and gothic metal throughout the 1990s. In the early 2000s, Kreator returned to their classic thrash sound, which has continued to the present.

    LP 1
    1. Intro (Choir Of The Damned)
    2. Ripping Corpse
    3. Death Is Your Saviour
    4. Pleasure To Kill
    5. Riot Of Violence
    6. The Pestilence
    7. Carrion
    8. Command Of The Blade
    9. Under The Guillotine


    LP 2
    1. Flag Of Hate
    2. Take Their Lives
    3. Awakening Of The Gods

    Kreator
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    Diabolus In Musica

    If, as some suspect, Beelzebub has a soft spot for hard metal, he'll be delighted with Slayer's raucous return to form on the group's eighth album. With producer Rick Rubin (Red Hot Chili Peppers, Johnny Cash, Run-DMC) back at the helm, the thrash-metal pioneers have trimmed the excess flab that weighed them down in the early '90s. Back in evidence is the clinical speed, power, and aggression that once made them metal's most revered extremists. But while their trademark breakneck riffing remains, Slayer reaches beyond the old routines to pack a greater punch. Love to Hate harbors a fat hip-hop groove, In the Name of God toys malevolently with grunge-rock flavors, and Point concludes the 11-song set at just under 110 miles per hour. Diabolus in Musica is an emphatic resurrection--and then some.

    --Steffan Chirazi

    1. Bitter Peace [Explicit]

    2. Death's Head
    3. Stain Of Mind
    4. Overt Enemy
    5. Perversions Of Pain

    6. Love To Hate
    7. Desire
    8. In The Name Of God
    9. Scrum
    10. Screaming From The Sky
    11. Point
    Slayer
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    Book Burner (Colored)


    White Colored Vinyl


    Limited To 1000 Copies


    The undisputed kings of grind, Pig Destroyer return with their long awaited fourth proper full length Book Burner. The release is a resounding statement of championship, as every element of Pig Destroyer towers above their closest peers, a 32 minute, 19-song knockout punch of cerebral viciousness. Scott Hull's guitar heroics sound like a mutant double speed hybrid of Slayer and the Melvins jacked up on amphetamines, new skinsman Adam Jarvis is the pinnacle of inhuman drumming, Blake Harrison delivers layer upon layer of suffocating atmosphere and JR Hayes remains the poet laureate of extreme metal. Book Burner is the finest work of extreme music's best band!

    1. Sis
    2. The American's Head
    3. The Underground Man
    4. Eve
    5. The Diplomat
    6. All Seeing Eye
    7. Valley Of The Geysers

    8. Book Burner
    9. Machiavellian
    10. Baltimore Strangler

    11. White Lady
    12. The Bug
    13. Iron Drunk
    14. Burning Palm
    15. Dirty Knife
    16. Totaled
    17. Kamikaze Heart

    18. King Of Clubs

    19. Permanent Funeral
    Pig Destroyer
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