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Stomp 442

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Category: Thrash

Year: 1995

Label: Elektra Records

Catalog Number: 7559 618562

Average Rating: 80 / 100 (1 rating)

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Anthrax Stomp 442 Album Cover

John Bush vocals
Scott Ian rhythm guitar, vocals
Paul Crook lead guitar
Frank Bello bass, vocals
Charlie Benante guitar, drums
Diamond Darrell guest guitar
1.  Random Acts of Senseless Violence  4:02
2.  Fueled  4:02
3.  King Size  3:58
4.  Riding Shotgun  4:25
5.  Perpetual Motion  4:18
6.  In a Zone  5:06
7.  Nothing  4:33
8.  American Pompeii  5:30
9.  Drop the Ball  4:59
10.  Tester  4:21
11.  Bare  5:29
Total Running Time:  50:43

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Rikker Mortis Date: April 29, 2001 at 12:01
Ladies and gentlemen, Anthrax has died. Rest in peace.

From: I'm Sorry Date: November 6, 2001 at 11:33
The only option that we have for the anthrax return is wait until Dan Spitz come back

From: Adew Date: December 9, 2001 at 17:06
¿Donde estas Dan Spitz? ¿Donde estas Joey Belladona? ¡¡Vuelvan por la mierda!! ¡¡Anthrax dejo de existir por su culpa!!

From: MensRea Date: March 11, 2002 at 18:35
This is the most underrated Anthrax album. Second only to Among the Living.

From: mdlmistro Date: July 18, 2002 at 14:34
This CD is heavy as hell and one of my favorites. I do like the older stuff but the "newer" Anthrax is just as good!!

From: Stomphead Date: November 13, 2002 at 2:02
John Bush simply CRUSHES Joey Belladonna lyrically & vocally, people. In fact, the entire band vastly improved itself ever since the replacement occurred. All 3 records with John Bush F'N rule, and everything with Belladonna sucked badly.

From: steve Date: May 9, 2003 at 12:42
heard fuel on the radio and was not impressed, it sucked ccompared to thier older stuff

From: Scott Date: May 20, 2003 at 1:28
I was unimpressed with this disc when it first came out, but over the years it has turned out to be one of my favorites. There are some really good songs on this disc that I somehow overlooked at first. "Random Act of Senseless Violence" is an excellent full fledged rocker and one of Anthrax's finest. "Nothing" and lead single "Fueled" are also fine Anthrax romps through their own unique brand of heavy metal. http://www.nolifetilmetal.com/anthrax.htm

From: Manzmetal73 Date: September 2, 2003 at 11:26
This is the best Anthrax cd ever!!!! Every song kicks so much ass you can't stop lisining to it. John Bush is the way beter then Joey B ever will be. 10 of 10 hear Anthrax role!!!

From: Scandinavia Date: September 6, 2003 at 12:18
Pay respect to the classix or die mortal!!! This one will never range nowhere near their trailblazin' 80s releases...

From: matto Date: August 30, 2004 at 21:43
the cd is fucking aswome.... its puer metal talent....intense and brutal... everything on tjs album sownd perfect...anthrax is a lot better since white noise.... fuck the old days...the bush era rules......this is realy anthrax...not rap or hardcore punk shit...trhash metal at its fineest

From: eddie Date: April 4, 2005 at 15:31
Joey Belladonna, Scott Ian, Dan Spitz, Charlie Benante, and Frank Bello are back together this year! Check www.anthraxtheband.com for details!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: March 29, 2014 at 23:14
Second album with John Bush on vocals(Armored Saint fame) and the man has that tone ala Joey Belladonna quite firmly..."Fueled" was the hit single in here and it is a good song indeed,other fine moments are tracks 1,6,8,9 & 10...a album to have but don't expect any old Anthrax type of noise...80/100

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: September 16, 2021 at 15:37
The oddly-named Stomp 442 ranks near the bottom of most people's rankings, usually just above Volume 8. Too bad, because it's actually a fairly strong disc. The first half in particular has several songs that can go toe to toe with anything on the much more well-regarded Sound Of White Noise. "Random Acts," Fueled," "King Size," "Riding Shotgun"—are you kidding? That's one hell of an opening run there! "Dropping the Ball" and "Bare" are pretty feavy too, and John Bush is really singing hard in places. Elsewhere, some of his vocals have a bit of a staccato, rap-like cadence elsewhere, although to say he's rapping is an exaggeration. Of course, Spitz is gone, leaving them with no lead guitarist. Dimebag fills in here and there, and his tone is unmistakable when it appears (check the intro to "Riding Shotgun"). "Tester" is a strange song for Anthrax, but not bad, and "American Pompeii" has some cool drumming that jumps out and grabs your earddX's a shame this album wasn't appreciated at t

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: September 16, 2021 at 15:39
... at the time, because it's actually quite good.

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