Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by Mystic, Jan 21, 2019.
... one of Europe's finest, thanks for bringing some Kreator into this thread!
You're welcome! Here's another favorite:
The Big Teutonic Four
Kreator / Sodom / Destruction / Tankard
(Nuclear Blast, 2013)
Welcome to AK Dino!
You are absolutely 100% correct. Been on my list of "To Do's" Consider it done.
I posted Endless Pain a couple of months ago in the Metal thread, so I'm spinnin' Pleasure to Kill at the moment.
Canadian Banzai pressing
There are very few records from 1986 that Thrashed harder than this one. Kreator have always been one of my fav. As @Mystic mentioned, one of Europe's finest. You had instant street cred in thrash circles back in the day if you were wearing a Kreator tour shirt.
They fall into both categories in my book.
Original US pressing
Here's a couple of stubs spanning approx. 25 years.....and 3X the price which ain't bad considering the crazy price of concert tixs now-a-days.
The best. Same pressing I have. Saw them a few times in the 90's
Instant street credit period ahah Coma of Souls shirts were the shit around these bands back in the day.
A terrific LP.
Good album there!
I knew you'd have this collection! I'm gonna try to get to the Terror Collection comp a bit later today, but for this morning maybe s.t. a bit less raucous.
(Roadrunner, Japan, 1987)
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Dino -- Don't forget that our Today's Thrash Metal thread can also use some Kreator!
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These Deutchen Thrash bands are growin' on me...
Sticking with the German theme...with a German pressing
Sodom's 1st release. Mini LP - In The Sign of Evil
This one has a couple of seam splits but otherwise in top condition.
Slayer - Live Undead Pic Disc
1985 Metal Blade US pressing
Don't think I've ever seen the picture disc posted before.
I've got the European Roadrunner Records RR 125500 black vinyl version.
(older pics of it here)
Greatest band photo of all time.
I've had this one since I was a teen. The US disc came in 7 different rim colors. Mine being the grey rim variety. Not sure if this defines scarcity but discog has various prices depending on the color.
Been on a German thrash band roll, so here's another one.
Deathrow's - Riders of Doom
1986 US Combat pressing
Production was the weak spot on this one. Had some great crunchy riffs. The follow up Raging Steel had much better production.
Also released in German as Satan's Gift
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