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  • Audio CD (11 Nov. 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Music for Nations
  • ASIN: B000075A06
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 242,057 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Black breath
  2. Albino flogged in black
  3. March of the SOD
  4. Sergeant D and the SOD
  5. Some velvet morning
  6. One track mind
  7. Hollywood Babylon
  8. Night of the vampire
  9. God the thunder
  10. Something I learnt today
  11. 21st century schizoid man
  12. Black juju
  13. Amazing grace (punk version)

Disc: 2

  1. Satan
  2. Hellraiser
  3. Kick out the jams
  4. Yout' juice
  5. Bursting out
  6. State of emergency
  7. Under the sun
  8. Vandal X
  9. Tear it loose
  10. Scottish hell
  11. Ballad of Horace Brown
  12. Mesmerisation eclipse
  13. Lost
  14. Amazing grace (mellow drunk version)

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Format: Audio CD
According to what Alex Hellid says on the back cover of the CD insert, this contains all of the covers that Entombed has ever done. To say it's a bit eclectic is an understatement.
There are some good covers of metal tracks like Repulsion's 'Black Breath', and Venom's 'Bursting Out', along with 2 great SOD covers ('March of The SOD', and Sargeant D and The SOD'), and a Black Sabbath cover 'Under The Sun', along with the one from Uprising (Scottish Hell), and one by a Swedish metal band (Albino Flogged In Black).
Most of the other covers are from a wider span of music, like Bad Brains (Yout' Juice), Kiss (God Of Thunder), and MC5 (Kick Out The Jams). I can't remember who did the others, but it's more obscure people that you probably wouldn't expect Entombed to cover...
Overall though, it's quite good to listen to, apart from the wired versions of Amazing Grace!!!
Only buy it if you want to own all the covers by Entombed though. There's no new tracks or anything.
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With any band, the prospect of a covers album is often something that would trigger alarm bells. However, Entombed somehow manage to pull it off with a certain amount of aplomb.

The key to the success of this album is that, despite the excellent diversity of sources (from Dylan to Venom, Cooper to Stormtroopers of Death) this still feels like an entombed album. The trademark vocals of Lars Göran Petrov make even Twisted Sister lyrics sound right in a Scandinavian growl and Alex Hellid's trademark blazing guitar sears your ears, but in a good way.

Highlights of the album are the magical take on Bad Brains' "Yout' Juice", an excellent rendition of Twisted Sister's "Tear it Loose", which sounds as if it could have been an Entombed original, and the beefed up "God of Thunder" from KISS. The rather odd Amazing Grace track is also worth a listen, if only to laugh at.

Overall, a very good covers album, definitely worth a listen.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Sons of Satan Praise Entombed \m/ 15 Jan. 2005
By Mono-Grind - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This CD is a double-album that delivers every single Entombed cover they have done throughtout their career. I picked it up expecting something different, and i was right. It is different. Before this i'd never heard an Entombed cover song anywhere, but now that i've heard all of these songs, i'm impressed.

Entombed are extremely influential to all bands nowadays. They created their own unique sound, and have been imitated alot over the years. These cover songs are done in that very same unique Entombed sound, and they sound excellent. I found myself going "Is this really a cover song? It sounds so good, and so much like Entombed!" and that is because of their sound. This CD is great, and is a must have for fans of Entombed. Some of these songs are very rare, and you'd have to search high and low for them and probably never find them still. But they are all here, on this double-album.

I recommend this mainly for all Entombed fans who haven't already got this in their collection. It's a great buy. Some of my favourite songs would be..

Disc 1.

1. Black Breath (Repulsion)

2. Albino Flogged in Black (Stillborn)

3. March of the S.O.D (S.O.D)

4. One Track Mind (Motorhead)

5. God of Thunder (KISS)

6. 21st Century Schizoid Man (King Crimson)

7. Black Juju (Alice Cooper)

Disc 2.

1. Satan (Dwarves)

2. Kick Out The Jams (MC5)

3. Yout' Juice (Bad Brains)

4. Bursting Out (Venom)

5. Under The Sun (Black Sabbath)

6. Vandal X (Unsane)

7. Mesmerization Eclipse (Captain Beyond)

Also, in the booklet the band give their own comments about why they recorded that particular cover song. For example with "March Of The S.O.D (S.O.D)" they say..

"Billy Milano, the singer of S.O.D, asked us to cover a song for a compilation he was putting together. He had a long impressive list of bands paying tribute. Don't know if it ever came out. We did our part. We used to play this alot back in the days. This is the riff everybody should learn first!"

That's just for example, but they do their own little comment for every song. It's pretty cool, and on the back of the booklet it gives you insight into why they put this together. With band member and Guitarist Alex Hellid explaining "We were wondering just how many cover songs we'd actually recorded over the years for various tribute albums, split singles etc. Hence this collection of studio recorded covers."

This CD is a must for Entombed fans. I think it's very good, and the songs don't sound at all like the originals, as Entombed incorporate their own unique sound in all of them. I rate this 4/5
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great mix for a fan of Entombed 6 Sept. 2007
By J. Adams - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I think the coolest thing about this album is the jacket notes. All the comments from the individual members give you insight into what these guys are into and where they come from musically. Such great variety!

I personally got this album for the Bad Brains cover "Yout' Juice", which I heard while listening to internet radio one day. "Sergeant D." is a classic, as well as the "March of the S.O.D.". Other than that, most of it is new to me. That said, it makes for a nice album of "new" Entombed material.

Definitely worth buying.
4.0 out of 5 stars It's a fun listen if you like rock/metal and entombed 6 April 2015
By Red Wine Kline - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
A collection of covers as imagined by Entombed. It's a fun listen if you like rock/metal and entombed.
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