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Volume 8 - The Threat Is Real

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Category: Thrash

Year: 1998

Label: Ignition

Catalog Number: IGN 740342

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Anthrax Volume 8 - The Threat Is Real Album Cover

John Bush vocals
Scott Ian guitar, vocals
Paul Crook guitar
Frank Bello bass, vocals
Charlie Benante guitars, drums
Dimebag Darrell guest guitars
Phil Anselmo guest vocals
1.  Crush  4:22
2.  Catharsis  4:53
3.  Inside Out  5:32
4.  Piss'n'Vinegar  3:12
5.  604  0:36
6.  Toast to the Extras  4:24
7.  Born Again Idiot  4:12
8.  Killing Box  3:43
9.  Harms Way  5:14
10.  Hog Tied  4:38
11.  Big Fat  5:59
12.  Cupajoe  0:46
13.  Alpha Male  3:06
14.  Stealing from a Thief  5:34
15.  Pieces  5:00
Total Running Time:  61:11

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Existing comments about this CD

From: NikkiRay$immon$ Date: May 8, 2002 at 23:54
The threat is real. There are at least 7 solid tracks on this disc. Which for Anthrax was a huge accomplishment! This one is a true find. It's has been out of print the last 3 years. Their label went belly up. John Bush & the band really clicked here. Yes, there are a couple "Shit" tracks on here that were better suited for Ugly Kid Joe Or S.O.D., but.... 8.0 for this One!

From: SIXXSWINE Date: February 18, 2003 at 5:20
Anthrax stray from their traditional "Thrash" sound. There is very little resemblance to Thrax from S.O.W.N. Though a good "Rock" record, much like Metallica's "Black" album. This record didn't help retain most of the fans of old. And unlike Metallica, didn't help earn them any new ones. Overall, a great disc that no one heard due to the label not doing proper promotion & the then eventually closing shop. Anthrax= The "Bad Finger" of heavy metal. 8.5-pick it up. \m/

From: MensRea Date: May 1, 2003 at 17:52
This album ranks just below Stomp 442 for the John Bush-era of Anthrax (although "We've Come for You All" has potential to nab teh top prize). Truly a disservice to Anthrax to allow this album to be swallowed in the label's folding. As with the others who have posted comments on this album, good luck fiding it, but well worth the effort.

From: Richierocker Date: May 28, 2004 at 19:00
A great release with some kick ass rockers on it. a step down from WCFYA but a solid album with a lot of ferociousness and animalistic energy that Anthrax never fails to deliver.

From: eddie Date: April 4, 2005 at 15:38
Joey Belladonna, Scott Ian, Dan Spitz, Charlie Benante, and Frank Bello are together again this year! Check www.anthraxtheband.com for details!

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