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  • Audio CD (25 Oct. 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Earache Records
  • ASIN: B003JSPVJ0
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 240,224 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Refresh the Demon
  2. Syn. Kill 1
  3. Awaken
  4. The Pastor of Disaster
  5. A Man Called Nothing
  6. Ultraparanoia
  7. City of Ice
  8. Anything for Money
  9. Hunger
  10. Voices and Victims
  11. Innocent Eyes
  12. The Box (Bonus Track)
  13. Riff Raff (Bonus Track)

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Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is the fifth Annihilator album released in 1996 and is their second album released on Music For Nations Records. Once again Jeff Waters handles vocals and most of the instrumentation except for a few guest lead breaks by Dave "Gloverson" Davis. Randy Black is on the drum kit again and even has some writing credits on the album. The speed and heaviness are back and Annihilator sound like a well oiled machine of Pure Metal Mayhem!! In my humble opinion this album is better than its predecessor "King of the Kill" and the art work is amazing with its sinister demonic face unflinchingly staring out at you. There are very few Annihilator releases that I don't have and its not because I don't want them, its because they are as rare as rocking horse droppings. Be assured that should I come across these missing gems I will definitely snap them up! If you love Thrash Metal then you need everything that has the Annihilator logo on it!!!
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Format: Audio CD
This was the first Annihilator album i got... and wasnt dissapointed. Theriffage of the title track and 'Pastor of Disastor' is just brutal, andthe over-all delverance brilliant. The first 6 songs are just pure thrashmetal indulgence... but the remaining songs trail off a bit. The remainingsongs are a bit more punk-edged. The last song is a melody, and im up fora melody, but this one is a bit to lovey-dovey sounding for my liking.
Still these songs are good, and the album is a definate 'buy'.
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Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Annihilator's remastered Refresh the Demon is absolutely worth buying if you lost the album back in the 90ies. Supreme album.
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Format: Vinyl
ANNIHILATOR / ACCEPT Vinyl Reissues

Another batch in the SPV / Steamhammer 25th birthday celebrations, and it's more metal manna all round with this set. First up, some classic Jeff Waters.

ANNIHILATOR - King Of The Kill

This is quite an odd one in Annihilator history, as it's to all intents and purposes a Jeff Waters solo album, as he stepped up to the microphone for the first time, with only drummer Randy Black for company. So there was no room for anyone called Randy Rampage, Freddy Fury or Andy Aggrieved this time around.

I'm not a huge fan of Waters vocals, so this isn't an album I've played a lot over the years, although, to be fair, there is some muscular metal on offer, as Waters takes out his frustrations on the world, and his ex record company. Listening again, after all this while, I am impressed with `The Box', the title track and `In The Blood', so I reckon it will get a few more spins this time around.

Released as a lovely double album in gatefold sleeve, it also comes with two bonus tracks in the shape of `Only Be Lonely' and `Slates' as well as some spoken comments from Jeff Waters, filling out Side 4 of the album, as it makes its debut on vinyl.

ACCEPT - Breaker

Album number three from the German metallers, this originally came out back in 1981, and was an album chock full of anger, if vocalist Udo Dirkschneider is to be believed. Well, breaking three microphones and writing a song about your record company called `Son Of A Bitch' isn't exactly indicative of a fluffy bunny record.

This was the record that really started to break Accept internationally, as they toughened up their sound into what became an instantly recognisable style.
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Very fast delivery, item exactly as described A++
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