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Forbidden's first two albums stand as two of the all-time great thrash albums, but after their label problems and lengthy layoff they never seemed quite the same band. As with previous album Distortion, Green is an album that initially seems to be devoid of any decent songs, but give it a few spins and it will start to grow on you. This final release is probably the least essential Forbidden album, but with a great production, some searing guitar tones, and some subtle but catchy tracks (particularly the slower numbers), Green is still a good solid album of un-clichéd thrash - the only real rankle is you know the band used to be capable of so much more. One for the Forbidden completists - new listeners should track down Twisted Into Form or Forbidden Evil first.
(NB: If you can track it down there is also a Japanese import with the bonus track Dissident Aggressor)