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Category: Speed/Thrash

Year: 2000

Label: CMC International

Catalog Number: 06076 86284-2

Average Rating: 84 / 100 (4 ratings)

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Personnel
Jeff Waters Guitars, Vocals
Dave Scott Davis Guitars
Randy Rampage Vocals
Russel Bergquist Bass
Ray Hartmann Drums

This album is produced, mixed and engineered by Jeff Waters.

This album also marks the first official return of vocalist Randy Rampage since their debut album Alice In Hell.
Tracks
1.  Bloodbath  5:22
2.  Back To The Palace  5:32
3.  Punctured  5:46
4.  Criteria For A Black Widow  5:54
5.  Schizos (Are never alone) Part III  5:50
6.  Nothing Left  4:49
7.  Loving The Sinner  4:36
8.  Double Dare  5:24
9.  Sonic Homicide  4:26
10.  Mending  4:48
11.  Loving The Sinner (Jeff Waters Vocal Version)  4:32
12.  Jeff Waters Speaks  10:22
  
Total Running Time:  67:21

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Gihish Date: June 15, 2002 at 11:12
GODLY GUITARS! this album is fucking heavy! awesome music

From: Phineas Freak Date: October 14, 2002 at 9:17
Good old fashioned THRASH the way it used to be! This was a great "comeback" record (altho it was really only a "comeback" for the US, Annihilator's been active in Europe and Asia for years), and they would only get better from here with the new singer!

From: Final Fantasy X Date: May 18, 2004 at 23:17
Great CD. I like the track "Back To The Palace"; so friggin' fast!!! Great heavy sounding guitars.

From: Metal T Date: September 14, 2004 at 4:49
Great return to form with "Rampage" back on vocals.Not quite "Alice In Hell"--but d*mn good none the less.Too bad Jeff' and Randy' couldn't work together for any extended period of time,i would've liked to have heard RR on "King Of The Kill" . ---- Also should've brought "Darley" back on bass.

From: Jesse Date: February 7, 2005 at 15:11
A good comeback album for 'ol Jeff Waters and Company. Biting guitars, good riffs, plenty of distinction between cuts, and Rampage's signature vocals make for one damn fine metal album. (Does anyone know, is Jeff Waters and relation to Scott Waters of Ultimatum?)

From: rick kerch vzla Date: August 8, 2013 at 18:21
Enjoyed this album pretty much ...obviously Randy Rampage brought a "nostalgic" feel to the band and the songs went all the way smoothly with him..."Bloodbath","Back To The Palace","Nothing Left","Loving The Sinner"(both versions)& "Double Dare" are good pieces of classic yet modern Annihilator sound...85/100


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