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Suspended sentence / Into the Future [Explicit]
 
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Suspended sentence / Into the Future [Explicit]

1 Jun. 2007 | Format: MP3

£6.29 (VAT included if applicable)
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x965fc594) out of 5 stars 4 reviews
HASH(0x965e2414) out of 5 stars Brilliant 80s underground metal 5 Sept. 2014
By Matthew Schwarz - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Although Satan have only put out 3 CDs and an EP, the band changed their name a few times (maybe because their lyrics aren't at all Satanic?) and if you include their incarnations as Pariah and Blind Fury have put out 7 albums (I think with mostly the same members, except vocalists). The guitarist and bassist went on to form folk-metal pioneers Skyclad in the 90s, but Satan is back in business with a new album last year and a tour.
While other reviewers have implied this is a weaker album for the band (admittedly, their 1983 debut and recent comeback are pretty brilliant), this is still a pretty kick-a$$ metal album! The band's style falls in between NWOBHM/Iron Maiden and thrash - with lots of ripping guitar, driving energy, and strong metal vocals. (Although this album has a different vocalist than the other two Satan albums, he's a pretty solid metal vocalist.) The '86 EP is put after the '87 album, but they flow together OK in style - interestingly enough they use the EP artwork on the cover.
It's kind of a rare album, so prices can be a bit high, but it's worth the $25 I paid for it - certainly worth the $9 download price! I've only given it two listens, so far, so I could lean either 4 or 5 stars over time, but I thought I'd bring the average up since I feel the other reviewers under-rated it!
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HASH(0x966ea714) out of 5 stars 2nd effort (an EP) + 2nd full-length album 15 Mar. 2001
By eveoflove - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Made in GER in 199?, Serial# SPV-85-1819, Playing Time 62:09
This CD consists of their 1986 EP "Into The Future", along with their second (and swan-song) album, 1987's "Suspended Sentence".
Both feature new singer Michael J. Jackson, and the music included here has less polish and, in my opinion, is fairly inferior to their first album, "Court In The Act".
The blazing guitars are still present, but their "personal" sound has disappeared to make room for a more "ordinary" approach. Though still full of energy and enthusiasm, the band seems to be less creative and original. Strangely enough, this CD has put the content of the EP after the album, when in fact the EP preceeded the album, making the transition a bit more drastic than needed.
The coda to the last track on "Suspended Sentence" has been appended to the last track of the CD, instead of its normal running order.
Not particularly original, but it still has some great moments, with some interplay between the guitarists somewhat similar to JUDAS PRIEST and IRON MAIDEN, even if the band's style is completely different, and surely not as outstanding.
HASH(0x966dcdd4) out of 5 stars 3.5 stars - a solid NWOBHM 2-on-1 31 Mar. 2011
By Justin G. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
After a brief stint under the name Blind Fury (a failed bid for commercial success that still resulted in the very solid OUT OF REACH), New Wave of British Heavy Metal (NWOBHM) underdogs Satan returned in 1987, this time with former Pariah vocalist Michael Jackson.

Satan released the full-length Suspended Sentence and the Into the Future EP in 1987, both of which are collected on this CD release. The band sounds rawer and more aggressive than they did as Blind Fury, but fails to capture the energy and spirit that made their debut Court in the Act so memorable. It's still a solid collection of hard-hitting British heavy metal, but by 1987 most of the early NWOBHM mainstays had developed their sound to a greater degree. There are still some good tracks here, like the epics "Suicidal Justice," "Avalanche of a Million" and the crushing "Hear Evil, See Evil, Speak Evil."

It's not essential by any means, but the Into the Future/Suspended Sentence 2-on-1 is still well worth picking up if you're a serious NWOBHM collector. If you're new to the band, you'd be much better off with the recent reissue of Court In The Act.
HASH(0x96bcd1c0) out of 5 stars Satan - 'Into The Future / Suspended Sentence' (Steamhammer) 6 July 2009
By Mike Reed - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Here, you get the short-lived NWOBHM band's 1986's EP - 'Into The Future' and their second {and final) 1987 effort 'Suspended Sentence'. Not as good as their 'Court In The Act' album (see my review) but okay. Couple of the tracks that had me sort of sit up and take notice were "Who Dies Wins", "Suicidal Justice" and "F**k You". Saw that their previous vocalist Brian Ross had apparently left to rejoin up with his other outfit - Blitzkrieg only to be replaced by Pariah's crooner Michael Jackson (swear, that's what it reads). Enjoy.
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