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Endless War

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Category: Thrash

Year: 1989

Label: Roadracer (UK)

Catalog Number: RO 9059

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Realm Endless War Album Cover

Mark Antoni Vocals
Paul Lagonowski Guitar
Takis Kinis Guitar
Steve Post Bass
Mike Olson Drums
1.  Endless War  3:25
2.  Slay The Oppressor  3:38
3.  Eminence  5:22
4.  Fate's Wind  3:40
5.  Root Of Evil  5:05
6.  Eleanor Rigby  1:58  Cover: The Beatles
7.  This House Is Burning  2:21
8.  Second Coming  4:31
9.  All Heads Will Turn To The Hunt  4:22
10.  Mang  0:46
11.  Poisoned Minds  4:15
Total Running Time:  39:23

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From: Scott Date: October 13, 2004 at 10:34
This disc is worth the price of admission for their awesome rendition of the Beatles "Eleanor Rigby" alone! If that's not enough, the entire disc is a speed metal feast with killer guitar work, high soaring vocals and good songwriting. Another classic that is relegated to the hard-to-find, out-of-print status. This one sports some good lyrics to boot. "Slay The Oppressor" is my favorite track behind the Beatles cover.

From: Fat Freddy Date: January 1, 2005 at 15:58
Right on Scott... the Beatles cover is one of those songs that you will never forget once you hear it. "WAAAAAAAAA! Look at all the lonely people! WAAAAAA! Look at all the lonely people!" Heh heh! I have this one on vinyl, haven't heard it in a LONG time but now that I'm thinking about it I may have to dust this one off and give it a spin!

From: Metalownzu Date: February 28, 2005 at 0:37
This cd almost never leaves my cd player. You cant go wrong with this band, another one of those bands that when you listen to it there is so much to hear in their music. Another truly and and sadly underrated album!!!! I saw one on ebay today go for $92.00. Is it worth it? To own this cd? Id say so. And yes Elenor Rigby is a stellar remake!!!!!!

From: Hanah Date: July 5, 2005 at 19:16
Yeap, my dad (Paul Laganowski)is the shit, and for anyone who cares he still plays ALOT of beatle songs..all by ear

From: Joe Date: August 6, 2005 at 22:59
Your Dad is Paul? Your kidding right?

From: ghettonation73 Date: November 9, 2022 at 23:28
Realm is from Milwaukee. My home city, two of the former members of Realm, Steve Post and Mike Olson, are in a cover band called Thrasher. Thrasher is a local cover band in Milwaukee that covers mainly the "Big Four" of Thrash, but also do some other thrash metal covers. They kick ass.

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