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Finally, the CD reissue of Darkness' debut, 'Death Squad'. Originally released in 1987, this album is a must for fans of Kreator, Destruction and Exumer. This excellent Battle Cry Records reissue adds 7 bonus tracks! The best thing about this album to me has always been the complex guitar solos, and the tight, rapid drumming. Lots of German high speed riffing here, that doesn't get boring! I bought this in around 1989 because I liked the cover art (sorta reminded me of the Slayer pic disc, plus members were baring MDC and DRI shirts on the back cover. The bands influence on me can be seen in a band I was in that named ourselves after the title of this album, DeathSquad. I love this one, always have.
Finally, the CD reissue of Darkness' debut, 'Death Squad'. Originally released in 1987, this album is a must for fans of Kreator, Destruction and Exumer. This excellent Battle Cry Records reissue adds 7 bonus tracks! The best thing about this album to me has always been the complex guitar solos, and the tight, rapid drumming. Lots of German high speed riffing here, that doesn't get boring! I bought this in around 1989 because I liked the cover art (sorta reminded me of the Slayer pic disc, plus members were baring MDC and DRI shirts on the back cover. The bands influence on me can be seen in a band I was in that named ourselves after the title of this album, DeathSquad. I love this one, always have.
4042133010484

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Format: CD
Label: BTCY
Catalog: 9
Rel. Date: 07/13/2010
UPC: 4042133010484

Death Squad
Artist: The Darkness
Format: CD
New: Available $10.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Invasion Sector 12
2. Critical Threshold
3. Death Squad
4. Staatsfeind
5. Tarsman of Chor
6. Faded Pictures
7. Iron Force
8. Burial At Sea
9. Phantasmagoria
10. Neues von Gestern
11. Intro
12. Victims
13. Infernal Declaration
14. Armageddon
15. Death Squad
16. Living After Midnight

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Finally, the CD reissue of Darkness' debut, 'Death Squad'. Originally released in 1987, this album is a must for fans of Kreator, Destruction and Exumer. This excellent Battle Cry Records reissue adds 7 bonus tracks! The best thing about this album to me has always been the complex guitar solos, and the tight, rapid drumming. Lots of German high speed riffing here, that doesn't get boring! I bought this in around 1989 because I liked the cover art (sorta reminded me of the Slayer pic disc, plus members were baring MDC and DRI shirts on the back cover. The bands influence on me can be seen in a band I was in that named ourselves after the title of this album, DeathSquad. I love this one, always have.
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