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Overkill

From the Underground and Below

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Category: Speed/Thrash

Year: 1997

Label: CMC International Records

Catalog Number: CMC 08076 86219-2

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Personnel
Bobby Blitz Ellsworth vocals
Sebastian Marino guitar
Joe Comeau guitar, backing vocals
D.D. Verni bass, backing vocals
Tim Mallare drums
Tracks
1.  It Lives  4:31
2.  Save Me  4:56
3.  Long Time Dyin'  4;53:
4.  Genocya  4:46
5.  Half Past Dead  5:29
6.  F.U.C.T.  4:56
7.  I'm Alright  4:20
8.  The Rip N' Tear  4:18
9.  Promises  4:49
10.  Little Bit O' Murder  4:09
  
Total Running Time:  46:14

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Fat Freddy Date: December 17, 2002 at 22:18
My favorite of Overkill's late-90's stuff (altho NECROSHINE comes close), except for the rather silly sounding, out of place ballad "Promises"... what the heck is that goofy thing doing stuck in the middle of all out destroyers like "Rip-N-Tear" and "F.U.C.T.?"

From: Scott Date: February 28, 2003 at 14:35
Some modern grooves are creeping into Overkill s sound. However, songs like "It Lives," "Rip n' Tear" and "Little Bit O' Murder" are all speed metal tunes but with a bit more groove in the riffs. This is actually a nice change as compared to the play it as fast as you can attitude of the past. "Promises" is a ballad!? Yes, an Overkill ballad. It isn't bad; I actually enjoyed hearing the more melodic nature of this track. Probably my favorite post "Horrorscope" album. www.nolifetilmetal.com

From: Date: May 8, 2003 at 4:01
PURE POWER, pure brutal unique style provided by the best band in the world: OVERKILL. "It lives" means destruction, and you can take a tap dance with the "rip'n'tear", you can cry with "promises" and if you don't like this cd you are f.u.c.t.

From: Annihilator Date: September 17, 2005 at 8:04
This album's consistent heavy groovin' makes it not only my favorite OverKill album, but it's always in the top 3 of ALL my thousands of CDs. To me that's saying a lot!


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