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Category: Thrash

Year: 1999

Label: CMC International Records

Catalog Number: CMC 06076 86279-2

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Personnel
Bobby Blitz Ellsworth vocals
Dave Linsk guitar
Joe Comeau guitar, backing vocals
D.D. Verni bass, backing vocals
Tim Mallare drums

Album consists entirely of cover songs; a very eclectic mix.
Tracks
1.  Overkill  4:16  Cover: Motorhead
2.  No Feelings  2:36  Cover: Sex Pistols
3.  Hymn 43  2:59  Cover: Jethro Tull
4.  Changes  4:58  Cover: Black Sabbath
5.  Space Truckin'  4:00  Cover: Deep Purple
6.  Deuce  3:05  Cover: KISS
7.  Never Say Die  3:25  Cover: Black Sabbath
8.  Death Tone  4:25  Cover: Manowar
9.  Cornucopia  4:47  Cover: Black Sabbath
10.  Tyrant  4:00  Cover: Judas Priest
11.  Ain't Nothin' to Do  2:14  Cover: Dead Boys
12.  I'm Against It  2:44  Cover: The Ramones
  
Total Running Time:  43:29

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Fat Freddy Date: December 17, 2002 at 22:20
Back around the "Years of Decay" album, I read an interview with Blitz Ellsworth about how they'd recorded a Ramones cover that they were going to use later on. As a Ramones fan AND an Overkill fan, I waited..and waited..and waited... and over a decade later it finally gets released on this decent covers collection. Gotta love the Deep Purple and Manowar covers too! Overkill have good taste in influences, although three Sabbath tunes is a BIT much...

From: MIGUEL Date: May 25, 2003 at 21:48
Ain't Nothin' to Do is a cover of DEAD BOYS, not DEAD KENNEDYS. A good album, mixes the rock, punk & heavy influences.

From: JonnyD Date: November 1, 2003 at 20:12
ok first of all I'm fucking sick of cover albums they are being done to death! with that said this is a very fine album for what it is The covers of Tyrant and Space truckin are Incredible I just really hope that this cover album thing passes I'm sick to death of it


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