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Attack Of The Killer B's ~ Anthrax
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Killer Album, 17 Mar 2001
A collection of B sides. Rerecordings of old S.O.D. material. What more could an Anthrax fan want?! Theres a lot of humour on this CD with songs like Milk, and the ballad about a woman who gets hit by a truck, N.F.B (Dallabinikufesin). Theres a new version of Anthrax's biggest selling single I'm The Man called I'm The Man'91. It's heaver thatn the origional and sounds more polished. Scott Ian the guitarist sings alot on this album too. He shows he has what it takes in the heavy as Hell song Protest And Survive. The biggest attention grabber on this CD is probably the song Bring The Noise with Anthrax teamed up with Public Enemy. This song is an excellent example of how rap/metal should… Read more
Volume 8-Threat Is ~ Anthrax
Volume 8-Threat Is ~ Anthrax
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Mega!, 17 Mar 2001
As a massive Anthrax fan, I was totally excited when this album was released. After the last albums, Stomp 442 and Sound of White Noise, I was eager to see what Anthrax could come up with. They came up with a monster. The album is heavy and melodic at the same time. Check out Inside Out if you dont believe me. The band are still experimenting (after all these years of creating metal trends without getting credit) with different sounds too. In between all the heaviness theres songs like the Country sounding, but still listenable, Toast To The Extras. Theres humour with the songs 604 and Scott singing Cupajoe, and theres the awesome accoustic, but heavy song Harms Way. Check out the secret… Read more
Fistful of Metal/Armed and Dangerous ~ Anthrax
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Anthrax Rule!, 17 Mar 2001
I only got this double CD to finnish off my massive Anthrax collection. I prefare the new Anthrax material myself so I was'nt really expecting much when I bought this. I'll start with the Fistfull of Metal CD. I expected it to sound like a poor quality, slapped together in five minutes demo tape, but I was wrong. The album contained all the talent, speed and skill that many bands of today could only dream of. I was amased at the speed of Panic, and the heaviness of Metal Thrashing Mad. Fistfull of Metal was a great foundation for Anthrax to build on. The second CD in the package is the Armed and Dangerous EP. With Joey Belladonna taking over on vocals from Neil Turbin, this allready sounds… Read more