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Stomp 422

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  • Audio CD (20 Oct. 1995)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Warner
  • ASIN: B000002HKK
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
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Format: Audio CD
from the first chords of random acts, this is a classic metal cd, in my opinion one of anthrax's best, but sadly due to label issues it never got the promotion it deserved when first released in 1995. This version is well worth it, especially with the Celtic Frost cover thrown in!!!
Bush's voice is incredible throughout and if you are a fan of Anthrax with Bush in tow then definitely check this out, since he came onboard they have become an amazing metal band. If you like your metal hard and loud, do yourself a favour and buy this.
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This album will make you want to drive a big truck and just rock all the time, its easily the best of all their albums.
Trust me, i have and like all their albums and this is the only one im gonna bother reviewing.
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A few tracks apart, this is really not a great album. I love Anthrax, have all of their albums and will continue to collect them, even if I do not like them all but in all honesty this is an OK addition to their catalogue at best. 'Random Acts...' is a great opener and does rock quite well indeed. The few tracks that follow are not really worthy of an Anthrax album. 'In a Zone' tries to turn into an Among the living moshpit number but doesn't quite get there. 'Nothing' is great, catchy and everything you'd want in a song - almost perfect. 'American Pompeii' is catchy to an extent, but just seems to run out of steam and is not very interesting. Of the remainder, 'Tester''s not bad and 'Bare' is an interesting, if not wholly successful, way to end.

Love you Anthrax - but you didn't do well here. Slightly better was to come, however...
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If the sound of white noise blew you away, then this album will blow you away even further!! The fact that anthrax sacked dan spitz before this album was even written does not alter the fact that this is one the best anthrax albums ever, Opening track 'Random acts of senseless violence' sets the pace for a truly brutal heavy album! The standard is then maintained throughout the album up until the the ending track 'Bare' which has to be said is a beautiful acoustic song which reveals the other side of anthrax, fans of no nonsense hard rocking metal will not be dissapointed with this album or the others that anthrax brought out after it!!!
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This album was criminally underrated when it came out, it bombed commercially, it got some credit over time, but it went down again when everybody jumped on the thrash bandwagon.

John Bush is a great singer, i know everybody keeps going on about Belladonna, but give Bush some credit, his vocals on this album are really good, Scott Ian's guitars are great as always, one the most underrated guitarists of the past 25 - 30 years, nearly every song on Stomp 442 is good, hardly a dud on it, go out and buy it, you wont be disappointed!
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