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Catalog Number: 7 82283-2
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Bobby Blitz Ellsworth vocals|
Merrit Gant guitars, backing vocals
Rob Cannavino guitars, acoustic guitars, backing vocals
D.D. Verni 4 and 8-string bass, backing vocals
Sid Falck drums
|1. ||Coma ||5:21|
|2. ||Infectious ||4:04|
|3. ||Blood Money ||4:07|
|4. ||Thanx for Nothin' ||4:03|
|5. ||Bare Bones ||4:51|
|6. ||Horrorscope ||5:49|
|7. ||New Machine ||5:20|
|8. ||Frankenstein ||3:27|| ||Cover: Edgar Winter|
|9. ||Live Young, Die Free ||4:09|
|10. ||Nice Day... For a Funeral ||6:15|
|11. ||Solitude ||5:24|
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|Total Running Time:|| 52:50|
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Erich Heintzel
||Date: March 16, 2001 at 18:56|
|Overkill added a two guitar punch on this album which is probably their most versatile effort. Fans generally consider this and Decay their best work. A blistering cover of Edgar Winter's "Frankenstein" is included along with a nice complement of melodic tunes and heavy riff-driven thrash. "Solitude" is a melodic gem mixing traditional metal techniques of slow appregiated verses with crunching guitar driven choruses. Personally, I love this album but it does not usurp Decay IMHO. A must have.
||Date: October 16, 2003 at 22:39|
|This is Overkills faster and heaviest one. I like it altought i prefer some other ones over this
||Date: August 13, 2004 at 8:09|
|I've only heard about 2 mins of this, but i can say that the drummer is awesome!!
|From: Rafo Phoenix
||Date: October 14, 2006 at 0:43|
|one of the worst Thrash Metal albums, felizmente lo tengo en cassete y por alli se esta pudriendo una porqueria de album 1/10.
||Date: April 18, 2012 at 6:40|
|my word this is top shelf up there with metallica's lightning,megadeth's peace sells and slayer's reign in blood coma,infectous,horrorscope and soulitude are as good as it gets
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: August 12, 2013 at 20:59|
|This wasn't my cup of tea at all...ok it has some good riffs and the "Overkill label" everywhere but the songs lack one way or another of originality and that made the album sound quite repetitive IMO...tracks 1,3,4,8(good instrumental),9 & 11 are fine pieces of Thrash Metal but shamely nothing more than that...a matter of personal tastes and respecting the comments above(good and bad ones ) .65/100
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: August 12, 2013 at 21:49|
|Rick, you are a rock 'n' roll Renaissance man. From obscure Westcoast AOR to Overkill and beyond. Regarding this disc, personally, I dig it. Repetition is something that comes with the territory with Overkill, I grant you that. But to me, Horrorscope is the disc where this band really toook off. The playing is tight, the songs are compact, the production doesn't sound like the '80's (because it wasn't). The transformationn begins here from a cool also-ran thrash band, to the models of consistency and quality and groove and riff they've become. Favorite tracks: "Infectious," "BareBones," "Horrorscope," "New Machine," the cool Edgar Winter cover "Frankenstein," and the moody closer "Soulitude."
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: August 13, 2013 at 22:54|
|Hey Doghouse Reilly you are quite spot on in your comment about me,i like all types of music genres,even pop and new wave ...about this album,ironically i even own a t-shirt of it :0 but the album itself seemed quite dull for my personal tastes(if u compare it with,let's say,"Feel The Fire",an 80's release of course,this "horror" is nothing)...probably you are right in the development of the songs(tight,compact and so on)...but still it didn't convince me at all...cheers mate
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