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Cascaded darkness Walls close in on me. Nailed shut but my eyes still see. Severe anguish as my body evolves. The pain of life after death it resolves.
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Live Undead (CD, Album). Live Undead - Full Live Album 23:17. kikki48, blackplastik.
Best Live Album ever recorded WHOA ! 9 months ago. Still the best LIVE album ever! 2 weeks ago. Keith Stultz im sure you no this wasn't recorded from a live gig, it was actually recorded in a studio somewhere in Upstate New York in front of 15+ people. 8 months ago. Lol!!! At the guy who shouts MOTHER FUCKER at 4:13.
Live Undead is the first live album by Slayer. It was released through Metal Blade Records and recorded in New York City in front of a room of people. It has been questioned by both critics and authors that the audience sound may or may not be faked. However, in 1984, WBAB Fingers Metal Shop, a radio station, held a contest to meet and hang out with Slayer during a live recording. The album was recorded at Tiki Recording Studios in Glen Cove, NY in front of around a dozen people.
Live Undead (1984) by Slayer. Labels: Metal Blade Records. Genres: Thrash Metal Members: Tom Araya, Jeff Hanneman, Kerry King, Dave Lombardo.
Album · 1984 · 11 Songs. Two years before their thrash-metal watermark Reign in Blood, Southern California’s Slayer got together to rip through this no-nonsense live set for a handful of lucky fans. Jeff Hanneman and Kerry King sound liberated as they squeal maniacally through their guitar solos on Die By the Sword, while bassist/singer Tom Araya shrieks with evil glee over Dave Lombardo’s double-kick stomp on The Antichrist. The Haunting the Chapel EP is included as a bonus, showing the thrash kings in their primordial stage. Live Undead, Haunting the Chapel Slayer.
Hell Awaits eventually brought all the newer changes out in fuller force, even with subpar production, so Live Undead isn't really necessary except for the hardest of hardcore fans in the end, especially in comparison to Decade of Aggression. Still, it does have its "it could only be Slayer" moments - including Araya's almost casual way of rudely introducing "Captor of Si. Track Listing.
|2||Die By The Sword|
|3||Captor Of Sin|
|5||Evil Has No Boundaries|
|6||Show No Mercy|
|8||Chemical Warfare (Studio Version)|
- Manufactured By – Nippon Phonogram Co., Ltd.
- Distributed By – Nippon Phonogram Co., Ltd.
- Marketed By – Restless Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Metal Blade Records
- Copyright (c) – Metal Blade Records
- Mixed At – Track Record
- Bass – Tom Araya
- Cover – Albert Cuellar
- Drum – Dave Lombardo
- Engineer – Bill Metoyer
- Guitar – Jeff Hanneman, Kerry King
- Producer – Bill Metoyer, Slayer
- Vocals – Tom Araya
Notes1st Japanese press.
Track 8 is bonus track.
The CD was recorded with a small number of fans in the studio.
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- Barcode (Text): 4988011338229
- Barcode (String): 4 988011 338229
- Matrix / Runout: PHCR-4109 1F V
- Rights Society: JASRAC
|MBR 1037||Slayer||Live Undead (12", EP, Pic)||Metal Blade Records||MBR 1037||US||1985|
|72015-4, MBR 1037||Slayer||Live Undead (Cass, EP)||Enigma Records , Metal Blade Records||72015-4, MBR 1037||US||1985|
|SP18-5249||Slayer||Live Undead (12", EP)||Far East Metal Syndicate||SP18-5249||Japan||1986|
|3984-14033-1||Slayer||Live Undead (12", EP, Ltd, RE, RM, Vio)||Metal Blade Records||3984-14033-1||Germany||2016|
|RC 1701||Slayer||Live Undead (Cass, Album, Unofficial)||RC Company||RC 1701||Poland||1988|