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*** THE THRASH METAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR! ***

"Exhibit B: The Human Condition". It's really, really sick. It's really different from the last one and it's really different from the two before. But it's 100 percent EXODUS. Out of the last three, this one is faster, but it's also a little more melodic, and it's also a little bit more old school. Some of ... Read more in Amazon's Exodus Store

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  • Audio CD (22 Oct. 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Nuclear Blast
  • ASIN: B000VT2O8G
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 71,291 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Call to Arms
2. Riot Act
3. Funeral Hymn
4. Children Of A Worthless God
5. As It Was, As It Soon Shall Be
6. The Atrocity Exhibition
7. Iconoclasm
8. The Garden Of Bleeding
9. Bedlam 1- 2- 3
10. (Untitled Track)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Johnny Buc on 18 May 2008
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Exodus have returned yet again with their third killer album in a row! Following on from the classic reunion album Tempo Of The Damned and hot on the heels of the pulverising Shovel Headed Kill Machine comes The Atrocity Exhibition : Exhibit A...

The album kicks off with 'Call to Arms' an intro which is merely the calm before the storm. Then the sonic blast of 'Riot Act' takes the listener through a rampant rollercoaster ride of pure classic new wave 'crunchy' Thrash metal right up to the pummelling finale of Bedlam 1-2-3!!! Lyrically the album is mainly about religion and war and the impact it has on the human race and very thought provoking for the listener.

Exodus have delivered quality metal for over 20 years now and Gary Holt (guitarist, lyricist, songwriter & co-producer) is the most underrated artist in Metal. The Atrocity Exhibition : Exhibit A is an album for any metal fan. I personally think that anyone who likes Heavy Metal would love this album.

Dont be put off thinking this band is 'too old' for your record collection as they are pulling out material that wipes the floor with any of the current young pretenders!!!

Standout track...'Children Of A Worthless God'

Now bring on Exhibit B!!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kingcrimsonprog TOP 500 REVIEWER on 10 Sept. 2010
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When I heard Exodus's Atrocity Exhibition Exhibit A for the first time I was taken aback by the sheer quality; I felt at once surprised, delighted and genuinely excited. I was one of the fools who noticed that there was a new singer, that there was a new bassist and a new drummer when Shovel Headed Kill Machine came out and never got around to giving the album a listen. Then in early 2010 I saw the bands phenomenal DVD Shovel Headed Tour Machine and had my opinion changed, my appreciation for the band broadened and it was time to get their new studio albums.

If like me you are unsure about how much of the original Exodus remains in the band, about what the new singer is like and about how modern or classic the music is my advice is to throw away all your preconceptions and just listen to the album with fresh ears, because taken on its own merits, Exhibit A is nothing short of excellent.

Exhibit A is quite literally one of the best metal albums of the decade, it may even be the finest thing the band have ever written and any concerns outside of the music itself soon become irrelevant upon listening.
What you get is essentially what you got from any Exodus record in the past; quick-fire raspy vocals over chunky deep riffs with plenty of very impressive guitar solos and on top of that, one of the genre's most distinctive drummers. Rob Dukes is now one of my favourite singers, he does a fantastic job and suits the new music so perfectly that I now have no complaints that neither Baloff or Souza are singing.
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By tammywolf on 14 Dec. 2010
Format: Audio CD
This album is a must for any 'proper' metalhead. This is the first exodus album I have ever purchased and certainly won't be the last. I particularly like the vocals as they seem to just slot in perfectly with their level of aggression, which by the way is very high. For me 'Funeral Hymn' (track 3), a real old school tune with doomy lyrics has to be my favourite. 'Children of a worthless god' (track 4 and the reason I bought the album) has some very strong, controversial lyrics that I tend to find myself passionately singing along to is also pretty damn good. Great tune although if I could offer one tiny piece of criticism, it would be that it could maybe have been cut a little shorter. 'As it was, as it soon shall be' (track 5) for me is genius. How they harness such a simple riff and make it so bone-crunchingly heavy is beyond me.
Anyway, I don't normally write reviews (as u can probably tell), but this album is pretty bad ass so thought I'd give my two cents. Will defo be buying exhibit B soon.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By James VINE VOICE on 5 Nov. 2007
Format: Audio CD
'The Atrocity Exhibition... Exhibit A' is the new album from Bay Area thrash legends EXODUS. This marks studio album number eight for the band and amazingly for EXODUS, there is only one line-up change from the previous album, with long time drummer Tom Hunting returning to his stool replacing Paul Bostaph.

After a short instrumental intro, it is the ferocious 'Riot Act' which kicks off the action. With a simple, yet effective riff - and a fist-pumping chorus - 'Riot Act' keeps up EXODUS' recent tradition of opening their album's with absolute crackers, ala 'Raze' and 'Scar Spangled Banner'.

As you'd expect from EXODUS, the album is a riff-fest, and mainman Gary Holt's guitar performance is outstanding, rounded off by an awesome wammy bar bending solo on 'Bedlam 1-2-3'. This song could certainly have a minute or two shaved off the start and end, but it still serves as a great EXODUS thrash anthem in the vein of classics 'Brain Dead' and 'Bonded by Blood' - and is a fine way to wrap up the album.

In between 'Riot Act' and 'Bedlam...', there are 4 strong album tracks, and two more stand-out gems. Title track 'Atrocity Exhibition' is 10 minutes long, but keeps the listener interested with a varied structure and plenty of intricate guitar work. The best song on the album though has to be 'Children of a Worthless God' - and it's arguably the best song EXODUS have ever written. This is an instant classic, with an awesome headbanging riff, a great chorus and a pre-chorus that features Rob Dukes' first attempt at straight voice singing.
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