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For Whose Advantage

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Category: Speed/Thrash

Year: 1990

Label: Roadrunner

Catalog Number: RCD 9366

Average Rating: 85 / 100 (2 ratings)

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Xentrix For Whose Advantage Album Cover

Chris Astley Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar
Kristain Havard Lead Guitar
Paul Mackenzie Bass
Dennis Gasser Drums
1.  Questions  5:09
2.  For Whose Advantage?  6:21
3.  The Human Condition  3:37
4.  False Ideals  5:49
5.  The Bitter End  5:18
6.  New Beginnings  1:16
7.  Desperate Remedies  4:50
8.  Kept In The Dark  4:13
9.  Black Embrace  3:51
10.  Running White Faced City Boy  2:47
Total Running Time:  43:11

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From: Scott Date: October 29, 2004 at 13:28
The overall sound and especially the vocals remind me of another European thrash band called Detritus. Fast thrash metal riffing, slightly gravely, yet understandable vocals, and plenty of fast and furious guitar solos. Despite being from the UK, it is quite obvious that Xentrix were highly influenced by the American Bay Area thrash scene of the mid-80's, as well as the rising German scene and bands like Kreator.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: November 17, 2006 at 1:44
Very Good Heavy/Speed/Thrash Metal album, el estilo de Xentrix es muy parecido a los Sacred Reich pero estos son mejores tanto este como el anterior que es el mejor son de buenisimo nivel para amantes del buen Rock(Heavy/Thrash) 8.5/10.

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