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Slayer - Reign In Blood + Bonus Tracks Album

Slayer - Reign In Blood + Bonus Tracks Album
Performer: Slayer
Title: Reign In Blood + Bonus Tracks
Country: Russia
Genre: Rock Music
Style:Thrash
Released: 2000
Label: Metal Blade Records
MP3 album szie: 2921 mb
FLAC album size: 1534 mb

Tracklist

1The Antichrist
2Epidemic
3Jesus Saves
4Angel Of Death
5Dead Skin Mask
6Killing Fields
7Criminally Insane
8Serenity In Murder
9 Bonus Tracks
10Show No Mercy
11Postmortem
12Piece By Piece
13Necrophobic
14Born Of Fire
15Reborn
16Crionics
17Raining Blood
18War Ensemble
19Black Magic
20Dittohead
21Seasons In The Abyss
22Altar Of Sacrifice
23Mind Control

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
GHS 24131Slayer Reign In Blood ‎(LP, Album, All)Def Jam RecordingsGHS 24131US1986
ES 166Slayer Reign In Blood ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial)Euro StarES 166PolandUnknown
9 24131 2Slayer Reign In Blood ‎(CD, Album)Def Jam Recordings9 24131 2GermanyUnknown
88697128822Slayer Reign In Blood ‎(CD, Album, RE, Exp)American Recordings, Sony Music88697128822Europe2009
733Slayer Reign In Blood ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial)A'Vista733RomaniaUnknown

Notes

Digitally Remastered

Barcodes

  • Other: D 110449
  • Matrix / Runout: Halahup Rec. ZK07078

Companies

  • Manufactured By – Halahup

Short intro

The album is actually more precise than it sounds, and not without a sense of groove, but even in the brief slowdowns, the intensity never lets up. There may not be much variation, but it's a unified vision, and a horrific one at that. The riffs are built on atonal chromaticism that sounds as sickening as the graphic violence depicted in many of the lyrics, and Kerry King and Jeff Hanneman's demented soloing often mimics the screams of the songs' victims. 10 tracks 29:32. Reign in Blood is the third studio album and major label debut by the American thrash metal band Slayer. Released on October 7, 1986, the album was the band's first collaboration with record producer Rick Rubin, whose input helped the band's sound evolve. Reign in Blood was very well received by both critics and fans, and was responsible for bringing Slayer to the attention of a mainstream metal audience. VG 1986 1st Press RARE Error Slayer Reign in Blood CD Def Jam 24131-2 Tested Re1. Трендовая цена. This album is, and always will be, the one CD that's synonamous with Thrash Metal. Наиболее популярные в Компакт-диски. Показать все. Slayer - Reign In Blood 1986. item:Reign In Blood by Slayer Audio CD . Only 1 left in stock - order soon. Ships from and sold by Pahla's Emporium. Reign in Blood, released in 1986, is simply a classic album from the American thrash metallers Slayer - it is in the same league with its 1985 predecessor Hell Awaits. The album also contains two bonus tracks, a re-recording of Aggressive Perfector the original recording of this song is on their 1984 EP Haunting the Chapel and a remix of Criminally Insane. 6613: Happy Slayer Day An 8bit version of a classic album as a tribute to Hanneman's death. Songs in album Slayer - Reign In Blood Vinyl-Rip 1986. Slayer - Angel Of Death. Slayer - Piece By Piece. Slayer - Raining Blood. Before Slayer began recording Reign in Blood, Metal Blade owner Brian Slagel, who realized he didnt possess the resources or distribution to enable Slayer to blow up, started negotiating with other labels to release the album. The one that seemed the most promising was Def Jam Recordings, which was founded by hip-hop pioneers Russell Simmons and Rick Rubin. Reign in Blood was certified gold by the RIAA on Nov. In 1998 the album was re-released with two bonus tracks, Aggressive Perfector and a remix of Criminally Insane. In 2004 Slayer played Reign in Blood front-to-back on its Still Reigning tour. Reign in Blood is the third studio album and the major-label debut by Slayer. It was released on October 7, 1986, by Def Jam Recordings. The album was the bands first collaboration with record producer Rick Rubin, whose input helped the bands sound evolve. Reign in Blood was well received by both critics and fans, and was responsible for bringing Slayer to the attention of a mainstream metal audience. Kerrang magazine described the record as the heaviest album of all