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Laaz Rockit

City's Gonna Burn

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Category: Thrash

Year: 1984

Label: Target Entertainment Group

Catalog Number: TE 1344

Average Rating: 84 / 100 (2 ratings)

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Laaz Rockit City's Gonna Burn Album Cover

Phil Kettner guitar
Willie Lange bass
Michael Coons vocals
Aaron Jellum guitar
Victor Agnello drums
1.  City's Gonna Burn  4:18
2.  Caught in the Act  3:18
3.  Take No Prisoners  3:45
4.  Dead Man's Eyes  3:35
5.  Forced to Fight  3:55
6.  Silent Scream  3:51
7.  Prelude  3:58
8.  Something More  2:52
Total Running Time:  29:32

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Fat Freddy Date: December 17, 2002 at 21:56
Underground classic here. Even King Fowley of the mighty Deceased saw fit to re-issue this one on his Old Metal Records label a few years ago (too bad I never got a copy...) Along with Anvil's "Metal On Metal", the title track to this album has one of the most killer, instantly recognizable opening riffs you'll ever hear. And "Forced To Fight" ain't too shabby either. Too bad none of their other stuff came close to this one.

From: Scott Date: February 13, 2003 at 18:31
After hearing the incredible "Annihillation Principle," this disc was sort of a let down. Solid & heavy power metal but with very poor production. Sort of reminds me of Helstar's first disc "Burning Star." My LAAZ ROCKIT page: http://www.nolifetilmetal.com/laazrockit.htm

From: Richierocker Date: May 28, 2004 at 19:02
Who do these guys sound like?? Who does they vocalists voice sound like?? Im interested in knowing more about this band! Thanks guys!

From: Metal T Date: May 28, 2004 at 21:50
Re.Laaz Rockit--Richierocker, If you like any of the "Bay Area" thrash metal bands ( Forbidden,Vio-lence,Exodus, old Metallica,etc.You should enjoy Laaz Rockit'.They might not be as brutal as say Exodus,but they kick ass.A good place to start would be 87's "Know Your Enemy".That one is killer.Singer Michael Coons' kind of reminds me of Joey Belladonna (old Anthrax days)but,in my opinion alot better.He has some range and sounds good at the lower register as well .Great band.

From: Richierocker Date: May 29, 2004 at 0:06
Thanks Metal T! Yes I love absloutly love old early Metallica, and I love old Anthrax with Joey so Im looking forward to listening to these guys. And I if you say he's better than Belladonna than I definatly want to hear him.

From: juan carlos Date: May 31, 2007 at 22:21
Gran debut de estos Power metaleros, rozando el Thrash. Buen inicio con el tema-título o las bombásticas "Take No Prisoners" y "Force to Fight" trallazos de temas que te dejaran con sabor a mas. Un grupo que merece todos mis respetos. 8.8/10

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