Anthrax - We've Come For You All + The Greater Of Two Evils album flac
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|We'Ve Come For You All|
|1-02||What Doesn't Die||4:09|
Lead Guitar – Charlie*
|1-04||Refuse To Be Denied
Vocals [Screams] – Anthony Martini
Lead Guitar [First Lead] – Charlie*
|1-06||Any Place But Here
Guitar [Harmony] – Charlie*, Scott*
|1-07||Nobody Knows Anything||2:57|
|1-08||Strap It On
Lead Guitar – Dimebag*
|1-10||Cadillac Rock Box
Lead Guitar – Dimebag*Slide Guitar – Charlie*
|1-11||Taking The Music Back
Vocals – Roger Daltrey
Vocals – Frank*
|1-13||Think About An End
Lead Guitar – Charlie*, Scott*
|1-15||Safe Home (Acoustic)||5:55|
|1-16||We're A Happy Family||5:07|
|The Greater Of Two Evils|
|2-02||Metal Thrashing Mad||2:48|
|2-03||Caught In A Mosh||5:27|
|2-05||Among The Living||5:52|
|2-06||Keep It In The Family||7:24|
|2-10||I Am The Law||6:03|
|2-11||Belly Of The Beast||5:42|
|2-13||Be All End All||6:28|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Nuclear Blast Records
- Copyright (c) – Nuclear Blast Records
- Pressed By – Technicolor – CAP02335
- Pressed By – Technicolor – CAP01694
- Recorded At – BearTracks Recording Studio
- Recorded At – Wayne Manor
- Recorded At – Avatar Studios
- Recorded At – Red Clay Studios
- Mastered At – Sterling Sound
- Mixed At – Millbrook Sound Studios
- Art Direction – Brent Thompson (tracks: 1-01 to 1-16), Charlie Benante (tracks: 1-01 to 1-16)
- Artwork [Cover Art], Art Direction – Chris Peasley (tracks: 2-01 to 2-14), Shepard Fairey (tracks: 2-01 to 2-14)
- Bass Guitar, Vocals, Backing Vocals – Frank Bello
- Booking [Worldwide Representation] – Dave Kirby , Derek Kemp (tracks: 1-01 to 1-16), Mike Monterulo, Paul Ryan (tracks: 2-01 to 2-14), The Agency Group
- Design [Graphic Design] – Brent "The Procreator" Thompson* (tracks: 2-01 to 2-14)
- Design [Graphic Design], Illustration – Brent Thompson (tracks: 1-01 to 1-16)
- Design Concept [Cover Concept] – Alex Ross (tracks: 1-01 to 1-16), Charlie Benante (tracks: 1-01 to 1-16)
- Drums, Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Noises [Occasional] – Charlie Benante
- Engineer – Anthony Ruotolo (tracks: 2-01 to 2-14), Michael Rich (tracks: 2-01 to 2-14), Rob Caggiano (tracks: 2-01 to 2-14)
- Engineer [Additional] – Joey Vera (tracks: 2-01 to 2-14)
- Engineer [Assistant @ Avatar Studios] – Anthony Ruotolo (tracks: 1-01 to 1-16)
- Engineer [Assistant @ Bear Tracks] – J.P. Sheganoski (tracks: 1-01 to 1-16)
- Engineer [Assistant @ Wayne Manor] – Paul Crook (tracks: 1-01 to 1-16)
- Illustration [Safe Home] – Luke M. Wilson (tracks: 1-01 to 1-16)
- Lead Guitar, Noises [Occasional], Rhythm Guitar – Rob Caggiano
- Legal [Legal Representation] – Evan Freifeld (tracks: 2-01 to 2-14), Felcher & Freifeld, LLP, Scott A. Felcher* (tracks: 1-01 to 1-16)
- Management – Entertainment Services Unlimited (tracks: 1-01 to 1-16), Izvor Zivkovic (tracks: 2-01 to 2-14), John Eaton (tracks: 2-01 to 2-14), Jonathan Cohen (tracks: 2-01 to 2-14), Larry Mazer (tracks: 1-01 to 1-16), Zen Media Group (tracks: 2-01 to 2-14)
- Management [Business Management] – Berdon LLP, Michael Mitnick
- Management [Management Staff] – Tamra Feldman (tracks: 1-01 to 1-16)
- Mastered By – George Marino (tracks: 1-01 to 1-16), UE Nastasi (tracks: 2-01 to 2-14)
- Mixed By – Charlie Benante (tracks: 1-01 to 1-16), Rob Caggiano (tracks: 2-01 to 2-14), Scrap 60 (tracks: 1-01 to 1-16)
- Other [Merchandise] – Signatures Network
- Other [Webmaster] – Brent "Brentney Spears" Thompson (tracks: 1-01 to 1-16)
- Painting [Cover] – Alex Ross (tracks: 1-01 to 1-16)
- Photography By – Andy Buchanan (tracks: 1-01 to 1-16)
- Photography By [Back Booklet Photograph] – David Ungar (tracks: 2-01 to 2-14)
- Photography By [Tray Illustration] – Ylana Glickman (tracks: 1-01 to 1-16)
- Producer – Anthrax, Scrap 60 (tracks: 1-01 to 1-16)
- Rhythm Guitar, Vocals, Noises [Frequent], Lead Guitar – Scott Ian
- Vocals – John Bush
- Written-By, Arranged By – Anthrax
NotesClambox-type case containing both albums in printed paper sleeves and a 16-page booklet.
Tracks 1-15 & 1-16 are bonus tracks.
"We've Come For You All":
Drums recorded at Bear Tracks, Suffern, NY.
Additional drums recorded at Wayne Manor, Neshanic Station, NJ.
Guitars recorded at Avatar Studios, New York, NY.
Everything else recorded at Red Clay Studios, Suffern, NY.
Mastered at Sterling Sound.
"The Greater Of Two Evils":
Recorded at Avatar Studios NYC January 24 & 25, 2004.
Mixed at Millbrook Sound Studios [...] for Scrap 60 Productions.
Mastered at Sterling Sound.
℗ + © 2013 Nuclear Blast Records
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 27361 20332 0
- Barcode (Scanned, UPC A): 727361203320
- Label Code: LC 07027
- Rights Society: GEMA
- Other (CD1 catalog number): NB 2033-2-1
- Matrix / Runout (CD1): CAP02335 NB0699-0DLT 01 Technicolor
- Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPILR79
- Mould SID Code (CD1): IFPI UGAB
- Other (CD2 catalog number): NB 2033-2-2
- Matrix / Runout (CD2): CAP01694 NB1274-2 06 Technicolor
- Mastering SID Code (CD2): IFPILR78
- Mould SID Code (CD2): IFPI UGAB
|NB 2033-0, 27361 20330||Anthrax||We've Come For You All / The Greater Of Two Evils (CD, Album + CD, Album + Comp, RE)||Nuclear Blast, Nuclear Blast||NB 2033-0, 27361 20330||Europe||2018|
Two albums from Anthrax‘s John Bush era will be reissued via Nuclear Blast on December 22nd. Vinyl and CD reissues are planned for We’ve Come For You All and The Greater Of Two Evils
I've got nothing against Belladona and actually like "Worship Music" a lot, but for my ears, We've Come For You All is the best. The song writing is fantastic, it's very heavy, the songs all stand apart as being different (unlike Stomp where they all sounded the same), and John Bush flat out has the growling voice to not only go along with the songs, but to make them better . This is a monster album, with heavy guitar licks and riffs, and the speed that we all have come to expect from Anthrax. The new five man line up featured on the album also places back the depth that was lost after the SOUND OF WHITE NOISE album.
Band name Music genre Lyrical themes Album title Song title Label Artist User profile Google. Anthrax discography (all). lt; The Collection (2002). We've Come for You All + The Greater of Two Evils. Disc 2 - The Greater of Two Evils.
Worship Music is the tenth studio album by American thrash metal band Anthrax. The album was released on September 12, 2011 internationally, and on September 13 in the United States. It was the band's first album of original material since 2003's We've Come for You All, the first full-length Anthrax album since the return of longtime vocalist Joey Belladonna, and the final album with guitarist Rob Caggiano prior to his departure in January 2013.
Album Name The Greater of Two Evils. Data de lançamento 23 Novembro 2004. Labels Nuclear Blast. Recorded at Avatar Studios (ex-Power Station). Estilo de MúsicaThrash Metal. Membros têm este álbum180.
Performer: Anthrax Album: We've Come For You All Label: Victor. К 2003-му году Скотт Йан и Компания наряду с коллегами по Большой четверке уже 10 лет как поставили крест на олдскульном трэше. Поэтому нет ничего удивительного в том, что альбом We' ve Come for You All стал образчиком стиля модерн-трэш, самим же Йаном и придуманного.
ANTHRAX - Belly Of The Beast - The Greater Of Two Evils (ALBUM QUALITY). ANTHRAX - Keep It In The Family - The Greater Of Two Evils (ALBUM QUALITY). ANTHRAX - Madhouse - The Greater Of Two Evils (ALBUM QUALITY).
We've Come For You All (2003)We've Come For You All2003. The Greater of Two Evils (2004). Worship Music (2011)Worship Music2011. The album was released in November 2004 (2004 in music) on the Sanctuary record label. The album is made up of fourteen songs from the band's early era that were first released between 1983 and 1990. These tracks have been re-recorded by Anthrax's 2004 lineup, with vocalist John Bush recording new version of songs originally sung by Neil Turbin and Joey Belladonna. The track list was then recorded by the band "live" in the studio over two days.
The cover art of Anthrax's We've Come for You All depicts the band gripping a circle of hands, as a beam of light shines on them from behind. It can be taken two ways. With new personnel, a new label (Sanctuary), and the survival of a PR firestorm in the wake of the anthrax scare, all the pieces were in place for a comeback. Instead, Anthrax seems to have designed the pile-driving thrash and carefree rock forays of We've Come for You All to say one thing: we never left. This misstep aside, We've Come for You All is a typical thrash metal album, in an age where such a thing no longer exists. The introspective acoustic guitar duet of "Anyplace But Here" gives way to a muscular Scott Ian riff that gives way to an effective nod to East Coast hardcore during the chorus. Though a bombastic overture slows things down ("There's ways to kill a giant"?