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After debuting on Century Media Records in 2006 with the critically acclaimed 'Death To Tyrants' album and celebrating their 20th anniversary in the same year, SICK OF IT ALL certainly deserve being labelled a “living legend”, and still prove that classic New York hardcore is alive and kicking! With a career spanning 20 years and hundreds of thousands of albums sold ... Read more in Amazon's Sick Of It All Store

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  • Audio CD (1 May 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B000EXZF4O
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 68,987 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Take the Night Off
2. Machete
3. Preamble
4. Uprising Nation
5. Always War
6. Die Alone
7. Evil Schemer
8. Leader
9. Make A Mark
10. Forked Tongue
11. The Reason
12. Faithless
13. Fred Army
14. Thin Skin
15. Maria White Trash
16. Don't Join The Crowd (European Bonus Track)

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As one of the longest standing bands still proudly waving the flag of New York Hardcore, Sick Of It All have made their mark as one of the cornerstones of NYHC, proving that heart, hard work and dedication to hardcore is about more than just the music and an image, it's a way of life. The four-piece celebrate their 20th anniversary in 2006 and coinciding with that monumental event is the release of the bands 9th full-length record entitled Death To Tyrants.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By JUAN MARTIN GABASTOU VINE VOICE on 7 Nov 2006
Format: Audio CD
I've never been a fan of this band, till now that is. I'm familiar with their catalogue and even went to a gig once, in `97. Not impressed at all. Till this record fell into my hands. Few NYHC records have impressed me as much as this one did (though The Wives come to mind ). Brutal, fast, relentless hardcore riffing hybridated with a healthy dose of thrash metal that changes their sound into sheer sonic terrorism. This is a nice and welcome evolution that will surely please a vaster crowd without detracting from their former style. The singer is at the top of his technique without resorting to mixing his voice higher in the mix. He sounds like he always have but with a throat-shredding shouting now that supplies the final result with even more aggro. Lyrics are politically turbocharged and very current, but not to the extent of naming anyone, just hints and generalizations. On the not so bright side is production : Little upper treble (had to eq the s..t outta the cd ) makes for a somewhat murky sound, not unlike Slayer's and Venom's latest but this ¨dirty ¨sound seems to be the result of a current production trend so I won't comment on it any further. Anyway, the terrific energy of the music more than makes up for this drawback so the 5th star is staying this time.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Reviewer D on 25 July 2007
Format: Audio CD
The reviewer below obviously has taste and knows what he is on about as this album is extremely brutal but is so heavy and enjoyable to listen to and i makes you smile as to how brutal it is.

It makes you want to jump around when you listen to it and is so enjoyable to listen to, Lou Koller has one of them hevy voices which is just so hardcore and brutal that its good and it doesnt sound like rubbish like Bring Me The Horizon.

Standout Tracks - Take The Night Off, Make A Mark, Maria White Trash, Don't Join The Crowd.

Negatives - None unless you dont like heavy music then you definitly shouldnt buy this.

What a cd and what a classic album of tracks.

BUY IT
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Adam Jackson on 7 Mar 2009
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
An enjoyable album that falls in between the shout-a long anthems of Agnostic Front and the harder, metalcore sound of Hatebreed.
Good, clear production with some very good, heavy riffs with slower sections and fast 100mph assaults. Bass is excellent too, loud & clear with the occasional intro to get the pulse racing. Drums aren't overly technical but keep to the pace, and the vocals are brutal with lyrics that are decipherable. Usual stuff; politics, stick it to the man, personal relationships, street justice etc.
Decent length at 36 minutes (some HC albums clock in at much less and don't exactly constitute vfm!). Where this album scores is that it has groove & melody while still being very aggressive. There are some really catchy sections and definite anthems here! But still very heavy & fast...
Bought a few HC albums in the past weeks, and this slightly edges it over Agnostic Front for me, mainly because I think that Lou Koller has a stronger voice than Roger Miret.
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