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Terror Squad/ Fear Of Tomorrow
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Label: Roadrunner Records
Catalog Number: RCD 9389
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Flemming Ronsdorf vocals|
Michael Stutzer lead guitar
Jorgen Sandau rhythm guitar
Morten Stutzer bass
Carsten Nielsen drums
Due to time limitations King Thy Name Is Slayer & Fear Of Tomorrow from the Fear Of Tomorrow release were omitted
|1. ||Terror Squad The Challenge ||4:12|
|2. ||In The Trash ||4:47|
|3. ||Terror Squad ||5:50|
|4. ||Let There Be Sin ||3:52|
|5. ||Hunger And Greed ||5:05|
|6. ||Therapy ||4:06|
|7. ||At War With Science ||7:12|
|8. ||Decapitation Of Deviants ||4:38|
|9. ||Fear Of Tomorrow Time Has Come ||5:23|
|10. ||The Almighty ||4:17|
|11. ||Show Your Hate ||4:54|
|12. ||Out Of The Sky ||3:49|
|13. ||Into The Universe ||3:48|
|14. ||The Eternal War ||5:28|
|15. ||Deeds Of Darkness ||6:41|
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|Total Running Time:|| 74:02|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: October 29, 2004 at 13:27|
|This 1990 re-release is spectacular. "Terror Squad" has to be one of the finer speed metal/thrash discs I've heard. It's definitely Artillery's shining moment. I'm surprised the band didn't get more noetiety at the time. The band sports tons of mosh beats, great thrash riffs, plenty of speedy solos, and unique vocals that are an equal mix of growl and melody. It's also nice to have "Fear of Tomorrow" as a bonus. To bad two songs were eliminated because of time constraints of the single disc.
|From: eternia vzla
||Date: February 20, 2007 at 11:12|
|Underrated band shamely...the "Terror Squad" album was one of the finest European thrash moments of that decade and passed completely without any notice worldwide.All the songs with no exception were masterpieces and essential in any self-respected thrash lover.Nowadays they still perform with the original line up or at least the great vocalist that Mr Ronsdorf is.10/10
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