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  • Vinyl (5 Dec. 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Limited Edition
  • Label: IMPORT
  • ASIN: B00BJDATZ8
  • 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: 359,456 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mateusz Kosturek on 2 Sept. 2013
Format: Audio CD
Great band and another amazing album. Classic trash metal with light, funny lyrics. If you not sure about their music just download their free album: [...]
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Washbag on 16 July 2013
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Nothing particularly new here but a solid album from the band. A good portion of '80s style thrash metal for those of you who like proper music!
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Another quality album from Gamma Bomb; great riffs & superb lyrics (always make me laugh!) Getting better with every album and awesome live. Proper no-holds thrash! Buy it!
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probably a conflict of interest... 11 May 2013
By Rusty Shackles - Published on Amazon.com
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for me to review this as I am pretty well known for constant, non-stop hyping of this band on twitter BUT I value my money like any other consumer would so I'm going to shoot from hip on this review. Just to get a few things out the way first, if you are looking for SRS metal, something genre-defining or other artificial requirements to conveniently dismiss or praise an album, this album may not be for you. It *IS* going to be for fans of old-school thrash and those of us who grew up in the era of gambling on VHS movies based off their packaging, or just like a lethal dose of humor in their music. It probably goes without saying, but fans of Municipal Waste, Anthrax, Nuclear Assault, early Megadeth and Havok are going to feel right at home here.

I've read a number of reviews online dismissing "Tales From The Grave In Space" since it followed in "Citizen Brain"'s footsteps (or stem-steps?) pretty closely. That's fairly reasonable criticism I think, it was in the same pattern of nostalgia for 86 thrash and pop culture which was an enjoyable experience either way, but those looking for an evolution were understandably disappointed. Come to think of it, it's IRONIC that this album was released in the states so close to Far Cry: Blood Dragon. Like that game, they borrow from the past to make something new, but instead of a surface-nostalgia it's more utilizing it to build a foundation this go-round. More of the same isn't bad if what you had is great to begin with, but eventually a band has to challenge their audience's expectations otherwise the formula grows stale.

"The Terror Tapes" fulfills both areas, fans of their previous works will get some of what they were expecting but this is NOT "Citizen Brain 2.1". Whereas they had done "OCP" which was direct quotes from Robocop, "Beverly Hills Robocop" reimagines these two properties as one successfully. "Terrorscope" is a fantastic theme to a lost Carpenter movie that is THIS close to actually existing (with a choice bit of "entrance of the gladiators" snuck in). "Smoke The Blow With Willem Dafoe" is a disturbing bit of fan-fiction that puts the actor on a pedestal while making you think he's behind you the entire time, leering perversely.

The personnel change at rhythm guitar slot didn't drastically alter much of their sound, but the surgery Philly Byrne went under did eliminate some tools from his range, but he added others. "The Wrong Stuff" showcases a lower registered voice and "The Backwards Bible" even features scat-singing towards the end so while the higher sustained notes may be gone the album isn't lacking for it. Lyrically, it's as sharp as ever, "S***ting yourself to live" and "Legend of Speed" specifically have bust out laughing moments. Domo Dixon is ON POINT the whole way through this album, the riffs and song structure have stayed similar with Roche on board. Caffrey's drumming gets a few more moments in the spotlight, though I would like to hear a bit more distinct bass parts (but this is really a genre complaint more than anything else).

SO to wrap up - Easy sell for 80s thrash guys who like humor in their music, and don't mind it served with clever references and tributes to sci-fi and horror heroes. Younger metal fans should take a listen too, the speed and ferocity of the music is an easy hook, and this album doesn't require the knowledge of pop culture to appreciate that their previous albums may have perceptually had.
... bomb is the only thrash band that is any good. This is 80's thrash 12 July 2014
By JWS - Published on Amazon.com
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If you want trash metal Gama bomb is the only thrash band that is any good. This is 80's thrash.
Great \m/ 17 April 2014
By Deimos - Published on Amazon.com
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Great release from these pure thrashers. Gama Bomb are one of the thrash revival bands that these days put hard rock bands like Metallica to shame with their pure, heavy, raw sound. Excellent tracks, great performances and worth every penny! \m/\m/
gama bomb thrash! 22 July 2013
By A Rock - Published on Amazon.com
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i love these guys. good music, funny lyrics what more can you ask from a thrash band. Excellent follow up album
This album is a grower... 2 July 2013
By Wayne Smith - Published on Amazon.com
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I've loved Gama Bomb ever since I saw them perform live a few years back. Citizen Brain and Tales from the Grave are two of my favorite releases in the recent years. This took me a few listens to get into and appreciate it. With Terror Tapes Gama Bomb shows growth and maturity, yet they retain the fun and excitement that I love about them. The songs here are more developed and a little bit longer in length than on their previous releases, excluding tack 9. Beverly Hills Robocop, Terrorscope and Wreckingball are all strong songs. My favorite track on here is We Started the Fire. Listening to this song the first few times I thought that Gama Bomb was making a social/political commentary about the London Riots of 2011, but I'm not sure about that after repeated listens. Buy this and support Gama Bomb if you liked their previous albums. If you are new to Gama Bomb I recommend Citizen Brain.
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