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PostSubject: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Tue Dec 23, 2008 8:58 pm

LETS START WITH SOME SLAYER MUSIC !
SLAYER ~ DDAMM http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MZs_Vpbusjw
SLAYER ~ HAND OF DOOM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BpCkxjpjEwM
SLAYER ~ BLOODLINE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RONF2T1ClVk
SLAYER ~ STAIN OF MIND http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EIfryRPSQF0
SLAYER ~ GEMINI
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZMMzRp3_Cs
I will post kool SLAYER stuff you may not know here !
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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Tue Dec 23, 2008 9:01 pm

Pantera feat. Kerry King
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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Tue Dec 23, 2008 9:03 pm

Slayer -- did you know?


That In Flames, on their shows in Tokyo (and in their live album "The Tokyo Showdown") have played the intro of "Raining Blood" in the middle of one In Flames song ("Scorn"), receiving a great amount of cheers from the crowd.

That in the song "Bullet Ride", In Flames has the following lyrics: "Fragments of what you used to be", referring to the Slayer song "Skeletons of society" with the lyrics "Fragments of what used to be"

That In Flames guitarist Björn Gelotte once said "It's inhuman, it's impossible" about the Slayer album "Reign in Blood" .

That Live Undead is no real live Album, it was just a session for Show no Mercy, with a studio audience. (Unconfirmed fact!)

That the producers of the early Slayer Albums Bill Metoyer and Brian Slagel had the word Slayer in their names.

That ESP at one time offered a Kerry King Signature Series guitar.

That although endorsed by ESP, Jeff Hannemann's main stage guitar is a Jackson.

That Chris Poland, ex-Megadeth guitarist, used to do guitar repair for Slayer.

That on the Reign in Blood CD, the song Reign in Blood "begins" toward the end of Postmortem, a mastering foul-up that was corrected on the 1998 re-release.

That if you play "Hell Awaits" backwards the beginning part turns into "Join Us, Join Us, Join Us, Join Us...Welcome Back".

That if you hear the song "SS-3" with headphones you can hear Jeff Hanneman burping! After he completes his first solo pan your stereo control to the right side, and you should hear it!

That Kerry King helped out in Megadeth in 1984, he played guitar sometimes, because Megadeth didn't have a guitarist in that time.

That when Slayer started in the early 80's there was another band whose name was also Slayer, they released two albums and disbanded then. They became known as S.A Slayer because they were from San Antonio, TX.

That after the '86 Reign in Blood Tour with Tony Scaglione, they searched for a full time drummer, and they came across Nick Menza who was the drummer for Megadeth till 1999. Just before he was recognized as a member of Slayer, Dave Lombardo asked if he could join again.

That the Tablature book for Undisputed Attidude lists Gemini being tuned to D, while the song is actually played in C.

That "Diabolus in Musica" is a medieval term for a tritone.

That Jeff almost always stands to the left to Tom Araya and Kerry to the right when they play live.

That in the Beastie Boys Video for Fight for your Right there's Rick Rubin wearing a Slayer shirt. And that Kerry plays a solo on the Beastie Boys Song No sleep till Brooklyn, he also appears in the Video Clip for this song.

That there was an instrumental song that was left off of "South Of Heaven" called "Stress" that later turned up on "Seasons In The Abyss" as "Born Of Fire". The original title was "Stress" because at the time Kerry couldn't come up with any lyrics for it.

That there was an experimental version of the song "Seasons in the Abyss" with a flute added to the music!

That the Song "Dissident Aggressor" on South of Heaven is an old Judas Priest Song, that Slayer covered.

That "Diabolus in Musica" is latin and means "The Devil in Music"!

That on the Live Decade of Aggression Album Jeff Hanneman's Guitars come out of the left speaker only and Kerry King's Guitars come out of the right side only. Cool trick for learning solo's.

That "Show no Mercy" was recorded without any cymbals on Dave's Drumkit, it was the idea of their Producer Brian Slagel, but that idea sucked.

That "Live Undead" was released from Brian Slagel/Metal Blade without asking Slayer, they knew nothing about it!

That "Araia" with "i" is a Basque surname and also the name of a town.

That the guys in Slayer bring a portable satellite-system when they go on tour. So they can watch sports 24 hours a day.

That the marching sounds on "War Ensemble" is a drum machine.

That whenever Slayer practices, they prefer to do it at night because of the dark atmosphere. They feel that the daylight gets rid of the dark mood.

That even though Slayer is a thrash/death metal band, they don't even like death metal in general because they think the music is too noisy.

That since alot of lead singers in death bands growl, Slayer calls those types of bands "Cookie Monster Bands".

That on the movie Gremlins 2, at the scene where one of the gremlins becomes the big spider-dude you can hear "Angel of Death" for about 5 seconds in the background.

That definition of SLAYER in numerological terms is: 15...THE MAGICIAN. The gift of music - Strong personal magentism - Rules the lower level of occultism.

That the first pressing of Show No Mercy was labeled side 6 and side 66.

That there's a CD copy of "Hell Awaits" where the inside of the cover is mis-printed with the "Show No Mercy" lyrics.

That on the 1995 and 1998 re-released version of Reign in Blood the tracklisting on the surface of the CD says "3. Necrophophic" instead of "3. Necrophobic".

That Dave McClain, Machine Head's drummer, was the drummer in S.A. Slayer, the other band called Slayer from San Antonio in the early 80s.

That Chris Kontos (ex-Machine Head) was asked to drum for Slayer after Paul left the band after Undisputed Attitude, but refused.

That Kerry King and Dave Lombardo were both asked by Max Cavalera to join Soulfly, but refused. However, Kerry told Max he would like to work with him on a side project or a song for an album soundtrack in the future.

That Gene Hoglan, the legendary drummer who has played in bands such as Death, Dark Angel, Testament, and now Stapping Young Lad, used to be a Slayer lights man and roadie on the Show No Mercy tour, and was asked to be Dave Lombardo's drum tech on the Haunting North America tour ('84), but knocked it back to pursue his own music career. Hoglan also does the backing vocals on "Evil Has No Boundaries", and is credited on Show No Mercy.

That during the Middle East Gulf conflict ('90-91), over 40% of Slayer's fan mail came from soldiers stationed in that area.

That the band filmed a live video, War Ensemble, at Wembley Arena, London, England (Oct. 10th 1990), they came out and told the crowd that Tom Araya was going to lip-synch the song for the video. The crowd's response was so negative, with much booing and jeering, that Slayer played it toatlly live for the video.

That on Megadeth's first album, "Killing Is My Business...And Business Is Good", Slayer is thanked on the albums credits by Dave Mustaine.

That if you read only the last letter from the Diabolus in Musica Tracklisting it says: EDDY NEED MY T (US Version), EDDY NEED MY DT (Europe Version), EDDY NEED MY DTT (Japan Version), strange isn't it?

That when Tom came to Chile, he went to a beach thinking he was like a common person, but he couldn't believe it when a lot of people recognized him and he had to leave as over 200 people were trying to get to him.

That all the Slayer drummers (past and present) use Tama drums and are endorsed by them. Dave used them, John used them, and Paul uses Tama drums.

That Tom Araya has a cameo in the Suicidal Tendencies Video "Institutionalized". He walks past Mike Muir as Mike begins the second "talking part" of the song.
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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Tue Dec 23, 2008 9:04 pm

That besides the other Slayer, "S.A. Slayer", there was another band called Slayer in the 80s. They were from Minnesota and their drummer Mark Wanner is now in a band called "Howfarnorth".

That the song "Angel of Death" is talking about the SS officer Dr. Josef Mengele.

That Slayer apeared on an episode of 20/20 in October 1998 for an interview about music being affective towards kids . They also were used on a christian music show as an example of evil music.

That Kerry King drives a white Ford F-150 pick up.

That Kerry King makes an appearance in a, seriously drunken jam-session together with Rob Halford on Pantera's Vulgar Video.

That Public Enemy have a song called She watches Channel Zero in which a Angel of Death riff is often sampled in the background. So do Atari Teenage Riot on their 1995 Album in the song Into the Death.

That Herbert M. Clayton who is in the thank you list on several Slayer album liner notes is the name on a tombstone that Jeff and their manager Steve Craig stole from a graveyard.

That on their first trip to San Francisco (Supporting groups Savage Grace, Exodus, Laaz Rocket) the band was sued for the complete destruction of their hotel room (with the help of Exodus). Savage Grace who was doing an interview on a local station was asked what Slayer was doing at the time. They commented that they were back at their hotel room nailing pizza to the ceiling. Later Exodus credited Slayer in their first CD Bonded by Blood saying "Thanks for letting us thrash the hotel room". Slayer also credited Exodus in the Haunting the Chapel EP saying "Thanks for helping trash our hotel room! You guys are the fuckin' best".

That at one time Slayer tried to recruit John Bush from Armored Saint to replace Tom Araya on vocals.

That Randy Piper from WASP originally wanted to leave the band to become a member of Slayer.

That KMFDM uses that same Angel of Death riff throughout their song Godlike.

That the melody played towards the end of Ministry's Just One Fix bears a remarkable resemblance to the opening riff on South of Heaven.

That in Atari Teenage Riot's Album Burn! Berlin! Burn! there are 2 more Slayer samples. The Solo part of Captor of Sin is sampled in the Song Deutschland has gotta die and the 2nd intro riff of Dead Skin Mask is sampled in Destroy 2000 years of culture.

That Divine Intervention made a higher chart entry when it was released in 1994 than the Barbara Streisand Album that was released the same week!

That the Dead Kennedys also have a song called Chemical Warfare.

That on Pearl Jam's 1993 christmas single they talk about not being able to tour with Slayer, Alice in Chains did that instead of them.

That the primary vocals on Reign in Blood were written by Jeff and Kerry in Kerry's van on the way to the recording studio. In the van there were some other people like George (who roadied for Slayer in the 80s), Rocky from Suicidal Tendencies and the Drummer of D.R.I.

That Tom Araya's Jeep license plate reads ss810.

That John Araya (Tom's younger brother) and his buddies started a band called Bloodcum and made a record called Death by a Clotheshanger?. All the equipment they used on that record was Jeff and Kerry's Guitar stuff and Tom's Bass equipment. And the lead singers name was Joey Hanneman, Jeff's Brother which wasn't really Jeff's brother (?), he looked so much like Jeff that fans mistaked him for Jeff, even while he was 10 feet away. They used to practice before Slayer and partied after that at Tom's house, they called their practice garage The Club Horizon. Thanks to George for the info!

That after Live Undead was released, the punk band The Undead (ex-Misfits guitarist Bobby Steele's band) released an live album called Live Slayer.

That Undisputed Attitude was originally intended to be a metal covers album, covering bands like Judas Priest and Black Sabbath. But they didn't, because they were afraid it would still sound too 70's, and not their style. So they went for punk.

That on the Utah Saints self-titled 1992 CD, the opening riff of War Ensemble is sampled in the track I Want You.

That Gene Hoglan held Dave Lombardo's bass drums in place in the studio while Dave recorded Chemical Warfare for the Haunting the Chapel EP.

That Kerry King makes a short guest appearance on Pantera's Cowboys from Hell video. The appearance was subtitled Dr. Evil, Kerry King Reigns in Blood.

That in the mid 1980's, Kerry King was part of an MTV bumper promo. It was shown at the beginning of any given hour where you see a wide shot of a large gong and as the camera pushes in, Kerry walks up to it and hits it with his Red B.C.Rich.

That on the Type O Negative video, Tom makes a cameo. He is asked by one of Type O Negative if he has seen Kenny from Type O Negative, and Tom just starts laughing. he is also thanked in the credits of the video.

That on some of the first vinyl versions of Show no Mercy there was Aggressive Perfector as a bonus track, but on the cover it was misprinted and said "Includes Bonustrack: Aggressive Protector".

That Kerry King took guitar lessons before the recording of Seasons in the Abyss.

That on the beginning of Ghosts of War Slayer played the ending part of Chemical Warfare.

That in 1994 Kerry King used to be a neighbor of Rob Halford in Arizona.

That on the Hell Awaits album you can hear what sounds to be a kid yell during the intro to Necrophiliac.

That on "Corpus Christi" a Slayer live bootleg recorded in Texas City 1986; Tom Araya, had this to say about "Necophiliac":
"This next song is about a little lady that I love so well. She lives six feet underground, any cemetary will do!" (pause and crowd cheers) Araya continues, "The one thing I like about these little ladies is that everytime you stroke thier flesh...it just sorta...peeeeeels OFF! But the hilight of the eveing with one of these little bitches is...is evertime I ****ing eat her out I can hear the maggots crunching in my teeth!!!" (more crowd cheers) "So you guys a bunch of sickos???" (crowd replys yes) "This ones for you assholes, its called, NECRO-PHILIAC!".

That Dave Mustaine, didn't want Slayer on the 98 OzzFest tour because Dave thought that Slayer was too heavy and would the crowd would be even more bored with Megadeth's set than they all ready were.

That Kerry King shaved his head because he was going bald.

That Kerry King's ESP guitar was the most expensive production guitar in the ESP line.

That Kerry King has 5 of every stone cold Steve Austin T-Shirt made.

That before every gig Slayer has there roadies go to a nearby gas station to buy soda and munchies.

That King and Hanneman bring 12 marshall cabinets a piece to a gig.

That on "South of Heaven" Kerry King didn't write ANY songs by himself. Jeff Hanneman wrote all of them with the the exception of Kerry helping out on tracks: 2,5 and 6.

That on the cover of "Reign in Blood" that the dude with the pointy hat carrying the throne thing looks a hell of a lot like Prince Charles. And he's pulling off some cheesey grin.
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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Tue Dec 23, 2008 9:04 pm

That S.L.A.Y.E.R. stands for Satan Laughs As You Eternally Rot, look at the original pressing of Show No Mercy from Metal Blade Records - the one with the 6 and 66 sides. Anyway, look VERY CAREFULLY on the surface of the album, on the "blank space" between where the tracks end and the label at the center begins. Usually there's just some record company junk in there. But on Show No Mercy, it is incribed right on the album S.L.A.Y.E.R. on one side and, yes, Satan Laughs As You Eternally Rot on the other. Look careful at a good original album. (Thanks to Gentleman Greg).

That on the movie KILLER: Journal of a Murder appear some photos from Divine Intervention.

That Jeff Hanneman has two dogs, one is named Prussia and the other is Rommel. He also collects model tanks.

That the first part of the solo of "The Antichrist" isn't even in the key of the song.

That, in the Gulf War, music from Slayer was used to frighten Irak troops. The US Army played some songs from the band in big speakers at very high volume, as the Vietcong did in Vietnam War. (Unconfirmed fact!)

That on the tribute album Straight to Hell: A Tribute to Slayer there's a track listed as "Peace by Peace" instead of "Piece by Piece". Thanks to Tom Fatsis

That when Slayer and Pantera played the same festivals in Finland'98, in the middle of their set, Pantera called Slayer guys on the stage, and Phil Anselmo sang the vocals of Hell Awaits to the end of the chorus.

That Dave Lombardo plays drums on the new Vivaldi album (a classical album, no metal here).

That a part of Altar of Sacrifice reminds a lot of one part of Evil has no Boundaries in the same way of singing and sounding:
"Blasting our way through the boundaries of Hell, no one can stop us tonight, we take on the world with hatred inside, mayhem the reason we fight..." and "Waiting the hour destined to die, here on the table of hell, a figure in white unknown by man, approaching the altar of death...".

That there's an album by Matthew Sweet entitled Girlfriend that features a song with the name Divine Intervention!

That Dave Mustaine said (in issue October 1999 of Guitar): "Slayer are nice guys" and in Guitar World December 1999: "Slayer is one of the best live bands that you can possibly see." Strange, I thought Dave hates Slayer.

That Slayer flew to Egypt/North Africa during the Gulf War to shoot the video for Seasons in the Abyss between the Pyramids. And while they were there they even played a concert there!

That a concert that was held in Puerto Rico seems to have been (co) sponsored by Domino's Pizzas!?

That on S.O.D.'s "Live At The Budokkan", in the middle of the song 'Speak English or Die", they guys played the intro of "Raining Blood".

That the vocals tracks on "Temptation" were unintentionally done that way (Tom sung the song the way he tought it fit, but then Kerry told him he wanted the song to be sung in another way and a second vocal track was recorded WITHOUT erasing the original. Then the producer played both tracks at the same time and he liked it and so both were used on the album - not sure which was the original) (taken from the 1990 issue of Metal Maniacs featuring Slayer and Megadeth talking about their then new LPs ('Seasons in The Abyss' and 'Rust In Peace').

That the only album with Jeff Hanneman's guitar coming out of the right speaker is Divine Intervention.

That ESP makes a Jeff Hanneman signituare guitar except it's all black with no Raiders stickers or skulls - what a ripoff.

That Kerry King lives in Anaheim Hills, California.

That in the Megadeth video for Peace sells...but who's buying?, there's a kid sitting in front of a TV wearing a Slayer shirt.

That the songs: "Piece by piece", "Postmortem", "Sex, Murder, Art" and "Can't stand you" are the only Slayer songs without guitar solo's/leads in them.

That on Decade of Aggression, when Tom sings War Ensemble, he sings the last verse in place of the first verse.

That Dave Mustaine and David Ellefson of Megadeth are thanked on the inner sleeve of the Haunting the Chapel EP.

That though not played in regualar rotation, the video for Serenity in Murder made it's way onto an episode of Beavis and Butt-Head. The title was edited and only said Serenity.
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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Tue Dec 23, 2008 9:04 pm

Damn I didn't know any of those
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Kerry King was in a Sum 41 song?

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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Tue Dec 23, 2008 9:05 pm

That the bootleg **** the Slayer was the very first Slayer bootleg ever made!

That Paul Bostaph's girlfriend was obviously the porno star Jasmine St. Clair.

That Paul Crook who has been performing with Anthrax on lead guitar since 1995 was a guitar tech for Kerry King early in his career. He is also the guy who holds a light to his ass and blows a fart in Slayer's Live Intrusion homevideo.

That a guy named Kerri Jones wrote the song Here comes the pain that can be found on the WCW Mayhem album.

That on the 1998 re-release of South of Heaven there's a printing mistake saying "Produced by Jack Rubin and Slayer". And I guess everybody knows that this name should be Rick Rubin!

That the TV Show WCW Thunder uses Slayer's Here comes the pain as the show's theme music.

That the song "Sex, Murder, Art" from Divine Intervention was originally entitled "Blood Cum", a title which was dropped for obvious reasons.

That Canadian pop star Bryan Adams is a Slayer fan, and heralds Reign In Blood as one of his favorite albums!

That Kerrang! magazine's review of Reign In Blood declared it to be "a better album than Master of Puppets".

That on Ebay, the online auction service, an original, unworn "Reign In Blood" tour shirt recently sold for over $140.00.

That at the Donington Festival in 1995, Metallica played a part of Slayer's Black Magic. They played a riff of every band who were on the bill.

That Tom Araya is left handed.

That in the early days of Slayer, Tom never used to eat anything for hours before a gig, as he got so nervous he'd puke up!

That Slayer opened their set with Chemical Warfare for the first time ever at the Donington Monsters of Rock Festival 1995 in the UK.

That at Slayer's UK debut gig at the London Marquee in June 1985, the fans in the front kept on spitting at Slayer. This annoyed the band so much they threatened to quit if they didn't stop spitting. What they didn't know back then was that this was the fans way of showing their appreciation! ..> That In Flames, on their shows in Tokyo (and in their live album "The Tokyo Showdown") have played the intro of "Raining Blood" in the middle of one In Flames song ("Scorn"), receiving a great amount of cheers from the crowd.

That in the song "Bullet Ride", In Flames has the following lyrics: "Fragments of what you used to be", referring to the Slayer song "Skeletons of society" with the lyrics "Fragments of what used to be"

That In Flames guitarist Björn Gelotte once said "It's inhuman, it's impossible" about the Slayer album "Reign in Blood" .

That Live Undead is no real live Album, it was just a session for Show no Mercy, with a studio audience. (Unconfirmed fact!)

That the producers of the early Slayer Albums Bill Metoyer and Brian Slagel had the word Slayer in their names.

That ESP at one time offered a Kerry King Signature Series guitar.

That although endorsed by ESP, Jeff Hannemann's main stage guitar is a Jackson.

That Chris Poland, ex-Megadeth guitarist, used to do guitar repair for Slayer.

That on the Reign in Blood CD, the song Reign in Blood "begins" toward the end of Postmortem, a mastering foul-up that was corrected on the 1998 re-release.

That if you play "Hell Awaits" backwards the beginning part turns into "Join Us, Join Us, Join Us, Join Us...Welcome Back".

That if you hear the song "SS-3" with headphones you can hear Jeff Hanneman burping! After he completes his first solo pan your stereo control to the right side, and you should hear it!

That Kerry King helped out in Megadeth in 1984, he played guitar sometimes, because Megadeth didn't have a guitarist in that time.

That when Slayer started in the early 80's there was another band whose name was also Slayer, they released two albums and disbanded then. They became known as S.A Slayer because they were from San Antonio, TX.
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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Tue Dec 23, 2008 9:05 pm

That after the '86 Reign in Blood Tour with Tony Scaglione, they searched for a full time drummer, and they came across Nick Menza who was the drummer for Megadeth till 1999. Just before he was recognized as a member of Slayer, Dave Lombardo asked if he could join again.

That the Tablature book for Undisputed Attidude lists Gemini being tuned to D, while the song is actually played in C.

That "Diabolus in Musica" is a medieval term for a tritone.

That Jeff almost always stands to the left to Tom Araya and Kerry to the right when they play live.

That in the Beastie Boys Video for Fight for your Right there's Rick Rubin wearing a Slayer shirt. And that Kerry plays a solo on the Beastie Boys Song No sleep till Brooklyn, he also appears in the Video Clip for this song.

That there was an instrumental song that was left off of "South Of Heaven" called "Stress" that later turned up on "Seasons In The Abyss" as "Born Of Fire". The original title was "Stress" because at the time Kerry couldn't come up with any lyrics for it.

That there was an experimental version of the song "Seasons in the Abyss" with a flute added to the music!

That the Song "Dissident Aggressor" on South of Heaven is an old Judas Priest Song, that Slayer covered.

That "Diabolus in Musica" is latin and means "The Devil in Music"!

That on the Live Decade of Aggression Album Jeff Hanneman's Guitars come out of the left speaker only and Kerry King's Guitars come out of the right side only. Cool trick for learning solo's.

That "Show no Mercy" was recorded without any cymbals on Dave's Drumkit, it was the idea of their Producer Brian Slagel, but that idea sucked.

That "Live Undead" was released from Brian Slagel/Metal Blade without asking Slayer, they knew nothing about it!

That "Araia" with "i" is a Basque surname and also the name of a town.

That the guys in Slayer bring a portable satellite-system when they go on tour. So they can watch sports 24 hours a day.

That the marching sounds on "War Ensemble" is a drum machine.

That whenever Slayer practices, they prefer to do it at night because of the dark atmosphere. They feel that the daylight gets rid of the dark mood.

That even though Slayer is a thrash/death metal band, they don't even like death metal in general because they think the music is too noisy.

That since alot of lead singers in death bands growl, Slayer calls those types of bands "Cookie Monster Bands".

That on the movie Gremlins 2, at the scene where one of the gremlins becomes the big spider-dude you can hear "Angel of Death" for about 5 seconds in the background.

That definition of SLAYER in numerological terms is: 15...THE MAGICIAN. The gift of music - Strong personal magentism - Rules the lower level of occultism.

That the first pressing of Show No Mercy was labeled side 6 and side 66.

That there's a CD copy of "Hell Awaits" where the inside of the cover is mis-printed with the "Show No Mercy" lyrics.

That on the 1995 and 1998 re-released version of Reign in Blood the tracklisting on the surface of the CD says "3. Necrophophic" instead of "3. Necrophobic".

That Dave McClain, Machine Head's drummer, was the drummer in S.A. Slayer, the other band called Slayer from San Antonio in the early 80s.

That Chris Kontos (ex-Machine Head) was asked to drum for Slayer after Paul left the band after Undisputed Attitude, but refused.

That Kerry King and Dave Lombardo were both asked by Max Cavalera to join Soulfly, but refused. However, Kerry told Max he would like to work with him on a side project or a song for an album soundtrack in the future.

That Gene Hoglan, the legendary drummer who has played in bands such as Death, Dark Angel, Testament, and now Stapping Young Lad, used to be a Slayer lights man and roadie on the Show No Mercy tour, and was asked to be Dave Lombardo's drum tech on the Haunting North America tour ('84), but knocked it back to pursue his own music career. Hoglan also does the backing vocals on "Evil Has No Boundaries", and is credited on Show No Mercy.

That during the Middle East Gulf conflict ('90-91), over 40% of Slayer's fan mail came from soldiers stationed in that area.

That the band filmed a live video, War Ensemble, at Wembley Arena, London, England (Oct. 10th 1990), they came out and told the crowd that Tom Araya was going to lip-synch the song for the video. The crowd's response was so negative, with much booing and jeering, that Slayer played it toatlly live for the video.

That on Megadeth's first album, "Killing Is My Business...And Business Is Good", Slayer is thanked on the albums credits by Dave Mustaine.

That if you read only the last letter from the Diabolus in Musica Tracklisting it says: EDDY NEED MY T (US Version), EDDY NEED MY DT (Europe Version), EDDY NEED MY DTT (Japan Version), strange isn't it?

That when Tom came to Chile, he went to a beach thinking he was like a common person, but he couldn't believe it when a lot of people recognized him and he had to leave as over 200 people were trying to get to him.

That all the Slayer drummers (past and present) use Tama drums and are endorsed by them. Dave used them, John used them, and Paul uses Tama drums.

That Tom Araya has a cameo in the Suicidal Tendencies Video "Institutionalized". He walks past Mike Muir as Mike begins the second "talking part" of the song.

That besides the other Slayer, "S.A. Slayer", there was another band called Slayer in the 80s. They were from Minnesota and their drummer Mark Wanner is now in a band called "Howfarnorth".

That the song "Angel of Death" is talking about the SS officer Dr. Josef Mengele.

That Slayer apeared on an episode of 20/20 in October 1998 for an interview about music being affective towards kids . They also were used on a christian music show as an example of evil music.

That Kerry King drives a white Ford F-150 pick up.

That Kerry King makes an appearance in a, seriously drunken jam-session together with Rob Halford on Pantera's Vulgar Video.
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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Tue Dec 23, 2008 9:05 pm

That Public Enemy have a song called She watches Channel Zero in which a Angel of Death riff is often sampled in the background. So do Atari Teenage Riot on their 1995 Album in the song Into the Death.

That Herbert M. Clayton who is in the thank you list on several Slayer album liner notes is the name on a tombstone that Jeff and their manager Steve Craig stole from a graveyard.

That on their first trip to San Francisco (Supporting groups Savage Grace, Exodus, Laaz Rocket) the band was sued for the complete destruction of their hotel room (with the help of Exodus). Savage Grace who was doing an interview on a local station was asked what Slayer was doing at the time. They commented that they were back at their hotel room nailing pizza to the ceiling. Later Exodus credited Slayer in their first CD Bonded by Blood saying "Thanks for letting us thrash the hotel room". Slayer also credited Exodus in the Haunting the Chapel EP saying "Thanks for helping trash our hotel room! You guys are the fuckin' best".

That at one time Slayer tried to recruit John Bush from Armored Saint to replace Tom Araya on vocals.

That Randy Piper from WASP originally wanted to leave the band to become a member of Slayer.

That KMFDM uses that same Angel of Death riff throughout their song Godlike.

That the melody played towards the end of Ministry's Just One Fix bears a remarkable resemblance to the opening riff on South of Heaven.

That in Atari Teenage Riot's Album Burn! Berlin! Burn! there are 2 more Slayer samples. The Solo part of Captor of Sin is sampled in the Song Deutschland has gotta die and the 2nd intro riff of Dead Skin Mask is sampled in Destroy 2000 years of culture.

That Divine Intervention made a higher chart entry when it was released in 1994 than the Barbara Streisand Album that was released the same week!

That the Dead Kennedys also have a song called Chemical Warfare.

That on Pearl Jam's 1993 christmas single they talk about not being able to tour with Slayer, Alice in Chains did that instead of them.

That the primary vocals on Reign in Blood were written by Jeff and Kerry in Kerry's van on the way to the recording studio. In the van there were some other people like George (who roadied for Slayer in the 80s), Rocky from Suicidal Tendencies and the Drummer of D.R.I.

That Tom Araya's Jeep license plate reads ss810.

That John Araya (Tom's younger brother) and his buddies started a band called Bloodcum and made a record called Death by a Clotheshanger?. All the equipment they used on that record was Jeff and Kerry's Guitar stuff and Tom's Bass equipment. And the lead singers name was Joey Hanneman, Jeff's Brother which wasn't really Jeff's brother (?), he looked so much like Jeff that fans mistaked him for Jeff, even while he was 10 feet away. They used to practice before Slayer and partied after that at Tom's house, they called their practice garage The Club Horizon. Thanks to George for the info!

That after Live Undead was released, the punk band The Undead (ex-Misfits guitarist Bobby Steele's band) released an live album called Live Slayer.

That Undisputed Attitude was originally intended to be a metal covers album, covering bands like Judas Priest and Black Sabbath. But they didn't, because they were afraid it would still sound too 70's, and not their style. So they went for punk.

That on the Utah Saints self-titled 1992 CD, the opening riff of War Ensemble is sampled in the track I Want You.

That Gene Hoglan held Dave Lombardo's bass drums in place in the studio while Dave recorded Chemical Warfare for the Haunting the Chapel EP.

That Kerry King makes a short guest appearance on Pantera's Cowboys from Hell video. The appearance was subtitled Dr. Evil, Kerry King Reigns in Blood.

That in the mid 1980's, Kerry King was part of an MTV bumper promo. It was shown at the beginning of any given hour where you see a wide shot of a large gong and as the camera pushes in, Kerry walks up to it and hits it with his Red B.C.Rich.

That on the Type O Negative video, Tom makes a cameo. He is asked by one of Type O Negative if he has seen Kenny from Type O Negative, and Tom just starts laughing. he is also thanked in the credits of the video.

That on some of the first vinyl versions of Show no Mercy there was Aggressive Perfector as a bonus track, but on the cover it was misprinted and said "Includes Bonustrack: Aggressive Protector".

That Kerry King took guitar lessons before the recording of Seasons in the Abyss.

That on the beginning of Ghosts of War Slayer played the ending part of Chemical Warfare
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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Tue Dec 23, 2008 9:06 pm

That in 1994 Kerry King used to be a neighbor of Rob Halford in Arizona.

That on the Hell Awaits album you can hear what sounds to be a kid yell during the intro to Necrophiliac.

That on "Corpus Christi" a Slayer live bootleg recorded in Texas City 1986; Tom Araya, had this to say about "Necophiliac":
"This next song is about a little lady that I love so well. She lives six feet underground, any cemetary will do!" (pause and crowd cheers) Araya continues, "The one thing I like about these little ladies is that everytime you stroke thier flesh...it just sorta...peeeeeels OFF! But the hilight of the eveing with one of these little bitches is...is evertime I ****ing eat her out I can hear the maggots crunching in my teeth!!!" (more crowd cheers) "So you guys a bunch of sickos???" (crowd replys yes) "This ones for you assholes, its called, NECRO-PHILIAC!".

That Dave Mustaine, didn't want Slayer on the 98 OzzFest tour because Dave thought that Slayer was too heavy and would the crowd would be even more bored with Megadeth's set than they all ready were.

That Kerry King shaved his head because he was going bald.

That Kerry King's ESP guitar was the most expensive production guitar in the ESP line.

That Kerry King has 5 of every stone cold Steve Austin T-Shirt made.

That before every gig Slayer has there roadies go to a nearby gas station to buy soda and munchies.

That King and Hanneman bring 12 marshall cabinets a piece to a gig.

That on "South of Heaven" Kerry King didn't write ANY songs by himself. Jeff Hanneman wrote all of them with the the exception of Kerry helping out on tracks: 2,5 and 6.

That on the cover of "Reign in Blood" that the dude with the pointy hat carrying the throne thing looks a hell of a lot like Prince Charles. And he's pulling off some cheesey grin.

That S.L.A.Y.E.R. stands for Satan Laughs As You Eternally Rot, look at the original pressing of Show No Mercy from Metal Blade Records - the one with the 6 and 66 sides. Anyway, look VERY CAREFULLY on the surface of the album, on the "blank space" between where the tracks end and the label at the center begins. Usually there's just some record company junk in there. But on Show No Mercy, it is incribed right on the album S.L.A.Y.E.R. on one side and, yes, Satan Laughs As You Eternally Rot on the other. Look careful at a good original album. (Thanks to Gentleman Greg).

That on the movie KILLER: Journal of a Murder appear some photos from Divine Intervention.

That Jeff Hanneman has two dogs, one is named Prussia and the other is Rommel. He also collects model tanks.

That the first part of the solo of "The Antichrist" isn't even in the key of the song.

That, in the Gulf War, music from Slayer was used to frighten Irak troops. The US Army played some songs from the band in big speakers at very high volume, as the Vietcong did in Vietnam War. (Unconfirmed fact!)

That on the tribute album Straight to Hell: A Tribute to Slayer there's a track listed as "Peace by Peace" instead of "Piece by Piece". Thanks to Tom Fatsis

That when Slayer and Pantera played the same festivals in Finland'98, in the middle of their set, Pantera called Slayer guys on the stage, and Phil Anselmo sang the vocals of Hell Awaits to the end of the chorus.

That Dave Lombardo plays drums on the new Vivaldi album (a classical album, no metal here).

That a part of Altar of Sacrifice reminds a lot of one part of Evil has no Boundaries in the same way of singing and sounding:
"Blasting our way through the boundaries of Hell, no one can stop us tonight, we take on the world with hatred inside, mayhem the reason we fight..." and "Waiting the hour destined to die, here on the table of hell, a figure in white unknown by man, approaching the altar of death...".

That there's an album by Matthew Sweet entitled Girlfriend that features a song with the name Divine Intervention!

That Dave Mustaine said (in issue October 1999 of Guitar): "Slayer are nice guys" and in Guitar World December 1999: "Slayer is one of the best live bands that you can possibly see." Strange, I thought Dave hates Slayer.

That Slayer flew to Egypt/North Africa during the Gulf War to shoot the video for Seasons in the Abyss between the Pyramids. And while they were there they even played a concert there!

That a concert that was held in Puerto Rico seems to have been (co) sponsored by Domino's Pizzas!?

That on S.O.D.'s "Live At The Budokkan", in the middle of the song 'Speak English or Die", they guys played the intro of "Raining Blood".

That the vocals tracks on "Temptation" were unintentionally done that way (Tom sung the song the way he tought it fit, but then Kerry told him he wanted the song to be sung in another way and a second vocal track was recorded WITHOUT erasing the original. Then the producer played both tracks at the same time and he liked it and so both were used on the album - not sure which was the original) (taken from the 1990 issue of Metal Maniacs featuring Slayer and Megadeth talking about their then new LPs ('Seasons in The Abyss' and 'Rust In Peace').

That the only album with Jeff Hanneman's guitar coming out of the right speaker is Divine Intervention.

That ESP makes a Jeff Hanneman signituare guitar except it's all black with no Raiders stickers or skulls - what a ripoff.

That Kerry King lives in Anaheim Hills, California.

That in the Megadeth video for Peace sells...but who's buying?, there's a kid sitting in front of a TV wearing a Slayer shirt.

That the songs: "Piece by piece", "Postmortem", "Sex, Murder, Art" and "Can't stand you" are the only Slayer songs without guitar solo's/leads in them.

That on Decade of Aggression, when Tom sings War Ensemble, he sings the last verse in place of the first verse.

That Dave Mustaine and David Ellefson of Megadeth are thanked on the inner sleeve of the Haunting the Chapel EP.

That though not played in regualar rotation, the video for Serenity in Murder made it's way onto an episode of Beavis and Butt-Head. The title was edited and only said Serenity.

That the bootleg **** the Slayer was the very first Slayer bootleg ever made!

That Paul Bostaph's girlfriend was obviously the porno star Jasmine St. Clair.

That Paul Crook who has been performing with Anthrax on lead guitar since 1995 was a guitar tech for Kerry King early in his career. He is also the guy who holds a light to his ass and blows a fart in Slayer's Live Intrusion homevideo.

That a guy named Kerri Jones wrote the song Here comes the pain that can be found on the WCW Mayhem album.

That on the 1998 re-release of South of Heaven there's a printing mistake saying "Produced by Jack Rubin and Slayer". And I guess everybody knows that this name should be Rick Rubin!

That the TV Show WCW Thunder uses Slayer's Here comes the pain as the show's theme music.

That the song "Sex, Murder, Art" from Divine Intervention was originally entitled "Blood Cum", a title which was dropped for obvious reasons.

That Canadian pop star Bryan Adams is a Slayer fan, and heralds Reign In Blood as one of his favorite albums!

That Kerrang! magazine's review of Reign In Blood declared it to be "a better album than Master of Puppets".

That on Ebay, the online auction service, an original, unworn "Reign In Blood" tour shirt recently sold for over $140.00.

That at the Donington Festival in 1995, Metallica played a part of Slayer's Black Magic. They played a riff of every band who were on the bill.

That Tom Araya is left handed.

That in the early days of Slayer, Tom never used to eat anything for hours before a gig, as he got so nervous he'd puke up!

That Slayer opened their set with Chemical Warfare for the first time ever at the Donington Monsters of Rock Festival 1995 in the UK.

That at Slayer's UK debut gig at the London Marquee in June 1985, the fans in the front kept on spitting at Slayer. This annoyed the band so much they threatened to quit if they didn't stop spitting. What they didn't know back then was that this was the fans way of showing their appreciation!

That Dave Lombardo had short hair when he rejoined the band in 1987.

That Kerry King's lyrics, that he writes himself, perfectly rhyme (unlike Jeff and Tom's lyrics).

That on the Live Intrusion video, Tom is singing Squeeze me Macaroni by Mr. Bungle while he was on his way to an in-store signing at Tower Records.

That at some point a year or two back, Kerry King was negotiating in some way with the WWF. Although it's never been said exactly what was going on, it's believed that he either wanted Slayer to appear on a WWF show, that he wanted to accompany Steve Austin to the ring at an event, or possibly become a wrestler himself
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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Tue Dec 23, 2008 9:07 pm

That former ECW tag team the Eliminators (Perry Saturn and John Kronus) used a logo with the same text as some Slayer merchandise (such as the War Ensemble poster) because they were huge fans of the band.

That Blood Red was written about the Tinnamen Square incident (1990), just as One man stands by Anthrax also was.

That the video game Doom featured a Slayer song on Episode 3, Map 3 which was entitled Pandemonium but was actually Behind the crooked cross from South of Heaven.

That on War Ensemble, if you listen with headphones at around 46 - 55 seconds into the track, you can hear a sound which sounds like Jeff saying "Is that good?".

That the word "Hanneman" is old dutch for "Sweet Apples".

That there is a true crime book called In The Name Of Satan about a group of 4 young boys who sacrificed a young girl, and the author is continously mentioning Slayer as being their favorite band and influencing them in the murder.

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That there's Satan Laughs As You Eternally Rot written down in the calendar inside the booklet of Divine Intervention pointing to December 25th.

That Paul Bostaph's ex-girlfriend Jasmine St. Claire (the pornstar) is now in ECW Wrestling with the Blue Boy.

That the finnish cello quartet Apocalyptica play a version of South of Heaven using only cellos!

That the Final Command picture disc bootleg was one of the highest-sought vinyls ever, sometimes fetching over $200?

That in 1992, US troops preparing to hit Bosnia would fly Jolly Roger (pirate) flags from their vehicles and blare Seasons in the Abyss as an audible warning to anybody considering a fire-fight?

That Kerry King did an appearance in a wrestling video called XPW: Baptized in Blood. He does the ring announcing for "Supreme & John Kronus". The guy introducing Kerry introduces him as "the lead singer of Slayer". But Kerry quickly corrected him.

That there was a cassette and a 12" picture disc version of Live Undead that only contained 3 live songs and 3 studio songs, namely "The Final Command", "Captor of Sin" and "Haunting the Chapel".

That on the computer game Doom 2: Hell on Earth, Map 19 has the same drum parts as the Slayer song - South of Heaven. If you listen to the drums on that map and the drumming from 39-54 seconds on "South of Heaven", you will find that they are identical.

That on the PlayStation 2 snowboarding commercial the song No Remorse (I wanna die) is played which Slayer did together with the band Atari Teenage Riot.

That in a commercial on Cartoon Network in Denmark the solo of Angel of Death is played while the "Action Cartoons" are being advertised.

That in the very rare <B>Testament Video Seen Between The Lines, Kerry King makes a very brief cameo during a montage where various Testament members give the middle finger to the camera. Kerry is standing there while Greg Christian (bassist for Testament at the time) says: "Look there's Kerry King and then flicks off the camera."

That along the lines of scaring Iraqi troops and playing loud music to scare people, back in '94, when the Branch Davidians were assaulted by the FBI, during the siege beforehand they played loud music, including "Behind the Crooked Cross."

That the lyrics inside the booklet of Reign in Blood for Piece by Piece are incomplete.
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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Tue Dec 23, 2008 9:07 pm

That in the original version of the Hell Awaits album, as well as in the 1988 CD version by Music For Nations, there is a printing mistake in the lyrics for "Necrophiliac". It says "Souls of te dead" instead of "Souls of THE dead".

That there's a polish edition of Show no Mercy released by Metal Mind Records with a mis-printed title on the surface of the cassette. It says "Slayer - Show the mercy".

That on the 1998 world tour when Slayer played in Katowice (Poland), Tom was given a national soccer team shirt with his name on the back and number 666.

That in the Seasons in the Abyss booklet, the verses 2 and 3 for the song Seasons in the Abyss are reversed. So after the "Razors Edge..." verse it goes right into the last verse "Intert flesh...".

That Rick Rubin (Slayer's producer) is jewish.

That in the late 80's/early 90's Slayer was banned from performing in New York, so when they wanted to play in the city that never sleeps they played under the name Angel of Death.

That besides you hear "Join us" (which you already know) when you play the beginning of Hell Awaits backwards, you also hear the word "andersom" which is the Dutch word for "the other way around" or just "backwards".

That there's a section of lyrics missing in the second holf of the song "Payback" in the CD booklet of God hates us all.

That in the game "Grand Theft Auto 4 - Vice City" when you're driving you can hear the song Raining Blood in one of the radio stations.

That 'Divine Intervention' is the only song that is written by all the band (Hanneman/King/Araya/Bostaph)

That Tom Araya's wife is jewish and he gave 10,000$ to an american organization against the holocaust deniers.
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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Tue Dec 23, 2008 9:08 pm

ahahaha that's awesome
That Kerry King has 5 of every stone cold Steve Austin T-Shirt made.

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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Tue Dec 23, 2008 9:08 pm

Slayer - band members

Kerry King Guitar , Jeff Hanneman Guitar , Dave Lombardo Drums . Tom Araya Vocals, Bass ex members ... Paul Bostaph - Drums (1992 - 2002)
Paul Bostaph replaced Dave Lombardo in 1992. Before that he played drums for Forbidden and Testament. Paul left the band in 2002 and was being replaced by Dave Lombardo again. John Dette - Drums (1996 - 1997)
John was in Slayer for the time Paul Bostaph quit, which was only a few months. John lives in San Francisco and is left handed. He left Slayer when Paul Bostaph asked to rejoin the band. Tony Scaglione - Drums (1986 - 1986)
Tony replaced Dave Lombardo on the 1986 Reign in Blood Tour when Dave quit the band for a few months. Before that he played drums for Whiplash which he now does again
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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Tue Dec 23, 2008 9:10 pm

Smile That on War Ensemble, if you listen with headphones at around 46 - 55 seconds into the track, you can hear a sound which sounds like Jeff saying "Is that good?".

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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Tue Dec 23, 2008 9:11 pm

ABOUT SLAYER ~ The band was originally known as Dragonslayer before shortening its name to Slayer. Contrary to what some believe, the name was not chosen as an acronym for Satan Laughs As You Eternally Rot; rather, this wording, found on the liner notes to Divine Intervention, was added as a backronym after the name was shortened. Araya has jokingly stated that they chose Slayer because "it was cool, easy to chant". [3] The backronym might orginate from the line "Laughing as you eternally rot" from the song "Live Undead" (South of Heaven, 1988)

Slayer's first album, Show No Mercy, was released in 1983 on Metal Blade Records. It contains fan favorites such as "Die By the Sword", "The Antichrist" and "Black Magic." It was essential in gaining the band a cult following and respect in the metal community.

The band's second release, the Haunting the Chapel EP, was considerably darker and more thrash-oriented than its predecessor, and is considered to have laid the groundwork for what the band's classic sound would become. It opens with the now classic "Chemical Warfare," which is typically one of two songs the band plays as a live closer.

The band's second full-length release, Hell Awaits, expanded on the darkness of Haunting the Chapel, as hell and Satan were common song subjects. Musically it is the band's most progressive offering, containing only seven tracks, three of which clocked in at over six minutes. The intro to the album is a demonic-sounding voice repeating "Join us," reversed on tape to play backward, and ending with an ironic "Welcome back" before the title track proper begins.

After being offered a recording deal by Rick Rubin's Def Jam Recordings, the band signed and quickly began working on its third album with Rubin as co-producer. The result, 1986's Reign in Blood, has been called a "thrash metal masterpiece" and even credited with almost single-handedly inspiring the entire death metal genre, at least in North America. Kerrang! called Reign in Blood as "the heaviest album of all time". In 2003 Slayer played the album in its entirety throughout their fall tour (something they never did on the original album tour). A DVD of one of these performances was released with the title Still Reigning. Closer "Raining Blood" culminated with the band being drenched in a rain of fake blood. In 2006 Metal Hammer named Reign In Blood their number one of their top two hundred albums in Metal Hammer's lifetime. It also came in at number one in their top twenty thrash albums.South of Heaven, released in 1988, marked a significant musical departure. To contrast the aggressive assault put forth on Reign in Blood, Slayer consciously slowed down the tempo of the album as a whole. They also added elements like undistorted guitars and toned-down vocal styles not heard on previous albums. Some critics praised the album as demonstrating Slayer's desire to grow musically and avoid repeating themselves. But the new sounds disappointed some of the band's fans who were more accustomed to the style of earlier releases. Even though fans remain divided on the subject, two songs from the album ("Mandatory Suicide" and "South of Heaven") have become almost permanent additions to the band's live setlist. Following the release of South of Heaven, the band recorded a thrash-metal cover of Iron Butterfly's signature song, In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida. This song was included on the soundtrack to the movie Less Than Zero
The follow-up album, Seasons in the Abyss, was more of a return to the sound of Reign in Blood and was greeted warmly by fans. A video clip for the title track had the band playing in the Middle East, shortly before the start of the Gulf War. Vocal overdubs on "Temptation" and a child's voice pleading underneath the track "Dead Skin Mask" (about necrophile Ed Gein)?as well as the title track, which originally made use of a flute?were the most obvious signs of the band's growth.

A double live album, Decade of Aggression, was released in 1991, and aside from a brief tour the next year (including an appearance at the 1992 Monsters of Rock festival at Castle Donington, nothing new would be heard from Slayer until 1994's Divine Intervention. The new record boasted songs about Jeffrey Dahmer ("213," his apartment number) and Reinhard Heydrich ("SS-3") amongst other themes of murder and the evils of church and government. Live Intrusion, a video of concert footage, was released the next year and features a joint cover of Venom's "Witching Hour" with Machine Head, who were Slayer's support on the spring 1995 tour. (Relations between Kerry King and Robb Flynn have since badly deteriorated.)

Undisputed Attitude (1996) found Slayer reaffirming their love for hardcore punk. The band covered songs by Minor Threat, T.S.O.L., D.R.I., D.I., Dr. Know, Verbal Abuse, and even Iggy and the Stooges. Song's "Can't Stand You" and "Ddamm" were previously unreleased punk songs written by Hanneman in 1984-1985 while in an unnamed side project. The album's ending track was an original song entitled "Gemini".
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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Tue Dec 23, 2008 9:11 pm

Diabolus in Musica (Latin for "The Devil in Music") was released in 1998 and marked, along with an altered logo, a change in compositional style for the band. This style incorporated a new groove into some song structures and fan reaction was divided. Nevertheless, a successful world tour followed.

God Hates Us All, Slayer's most recent studio album, was released on September 11, 2001. Some promotional material announcing the album title and release date drew an unintended connection with the 9/11 terrorist attacks. They have also released a live DVD (War at the Warfield) and box set (Soundtrack to the Apocalypse) featuring rarities, live CD and DVD performances and various Slayer paraphernalia.

In 1996, a lawsuit was brought against the band by the parents of Elyse Pahler, who accused the band of encouraging their daughter's murderers through their lyrics. The lawsuit was thrown out in 2001, for multiple reasons including "principles of free speech, [lack of a] duty and [lack of] foreseeability" - California Superior Court of San Luis Obispo County.

The band received their first Grammy nomination for "Best Metal Performance" on January 8, 2002.

Slayer's new album, Christ Illusion
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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Tue Dec 23, 2008 9:15 pm

I can post any lyrics you need also .. THIS IS MY FAV SONG ...... GEMINI

Endure the pain
You know my name
I am your soul insane

I am no one
no one who cares
I am your soul despair

Your fear deceives
vulnerability
leaving an easy prey

Consume your mind
a power so divine
will take you and rape you blind

Gemini master of demise
your death is my salvation
to a kingdom mine
my lord is my light
the master of darkness
your death is my salvation
to a kingdom mine

You look at me with eyes of fate
and see the graphic truth

Your ignorance cannot shield you
from your naked abuse
numbing of your moral sense
facing reality
That life is unconditional
and death is only the beginning

The pain will never end...

Walking slow, breathing heavy
you could see death sweat
how it shined
an argument out of control in my mind

I am here for the sole purpose of your death
walking slow breathing heavy
you can see death sweat.

I am here for the sole purpose of death
look into my eyes and see the revelation of your demise
feel the pain that stares at the center of your heart
reflections of my soul
reflections of the dark
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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Tue Dec 23, 2008 9:19 pm

tooooo much. brain. hurts. ow.

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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Tue Dec 23, 2008 9:20 pm

Die by the sword is my favourite

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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Tue Dec 23, 2008 9:20 pm

brutality,thynameismetal wrote:
tooooo much. brain. hurts. ow.
Its FUCKIN' SLAYER !
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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Tue Dec 23, 2008 9:22 pm

Imagine arm wrestling Kerry

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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Tue Dec 23, 2008 9:23 pm

DIE BY THE SWORD

Live By The Sword And Help To Contain
The Helpless Minds Of You All
Die By My Hand In Pools Of Blood
Clutch Yourself As You Fall
Mindless Tyranie, Forgotten Victims
Children Slaughtered In Vain
Raping The Maids, In Which They Serve
Only The Words Of The Lord

Die By The Sword
Die By The Sword

Satan Watches All Of Us
Smiles As Some Do His Bidding
Try To Escape The Grasp Of My Hand
And Your Life Will No Longer Exist
Hear Our Cry, Save Us From
The Hell In Which We Live
We Turn Our Heads Toward The Sky
And Listen For The Steel

Die By The Sword
Die By The Sword

Watch As Flowers Decay
On Cryptic Life That Died
The Wisdom Of The Wizards
Is Only A Neurtured Lie
Black Knights Of Hells Domain
Walk Upon The Dead
Satanas Sips Upon
The Blood In Which He Feeds

Die By The Sword
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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Tue Dec 23, 2008 9:27 pm

SLAYER ( compilations , soundtracks , singles, bootlegs )
compilations ( SLAYER )

..> ..> ..> Metal Massacre 3
Released: 1983
Label: Metal Blade
Buy it: amazon.com.. Tracks
1. Slayer - Aggressive Perfector
2. ***** - Riding in Thunder
3. Tyrant - Armageddon
4. Medusa - Piranahs
5. Test Pattern - Bite the Knife
6. Black Widow - Blitzkrieg
7. Warlord - Mrs. Victoria
8. Virgin Steele - Let's go all the Way
9. Sexist - Fire and Wind
10. Snowhite - Hellbent
11. Marauder - The Kid
12. La Mort - Fist and Chain

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Kerrang! The Album
Released: 1994
Label: The Hit Label
Tracks
Disc one
1. Jesus Christ Pose - Soundgarden
2. Another Worldly Device - Prong
3. Punishment - Biohazard
4. Auto Surgery - Therapy?
5. Territory - Sepultura
6. Sweating Bullets - Megadeth
7. Shedding Skin - Pantera
8. Caffeine Bomb - The Wildhearts
9. My House - Terrorvision
10. Give It Away (Edit) - Red Hot Chili Peppers
11. Warfare (Cybersank Mix Edit) - Clawfinger
12. Believe In Me - Duff McKagan
13. Ten Miles High - Little Angels
14. Over The Edge - The Almighty
15. Down In A Hole - Alice In Chains

Disc two
1. Ace Of Spades (live) - Motorhead
2. Paranoid - Black Sabbath
3. Smoke On The Water - Deep Purple
4. Victim Of Changes (live) - Judas Priest
5. Stargazer - Rainbow
6. Bat Out Of Hell - Meat Loaf
7. Cats In The Cradle - Ugly Kid Joe
8. In My Darkest Hour - Megadeth
9. Doctor Doctor (live) - UFO
10. Spirit Of Radio - Rush
11. Epic - Faith No More
12. Angel Of Death - Slayer
13. Youth Gone Wild - Skid Row
14. Born To Be Wild - Steppenwolf
15. Free Bird - Lynyrd Skynyr

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Ozzfest Vol.1
Released: April 29th 1997
Label: Red a.N.T
Buy it: amazon.com.. Tracks
1. Loco - Coal Chamber
2. Ride Thy Neighbor - Cellophane
3. Broken Foundation - Earth Crisis
4. Organizized - Powerman 5000
5. Locust Star - Neurosis
6. Replica - Fear Factory
7. These Eyes - Biohazard
8. Attitude - Sepultura
9. Angel Of Death - Slayer
10. Perry Mason - Ozzy Osbourne
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American Sampler
Released: August 11th 1998
Label: American Recordings
Buy it: amazon.com.. Tracks
1. The One Rose - Johnny Cash
2. Raining Blood - Slayer
3. Ya Can't Be Nice To Them - Andrew Dice Clay
4. Remedy - The Black Crowes
5. I'd Run Away - The Jayhawks
6. Put That Hump (In Your Back) - DJ Kool
7. Backwards - Andrew Dice Clay
8. Goin' To Church - Red Devils
9. Temple Of Dreams - Messiah
10. Please Don't Bend - Donovan
11. Dice Buys A Suit - Andrew Dice Clay
12. I Got Game - Sir Mix-A-Lot
13. I Love You Period - Dan Baird
14. Take A Hold - Raging Slab
15. If I Only Had A Brain - MC 900 Ft. Jesus
16. Memory's Garden - Trouble
17. No More Love - God Lives Under Water
18. Gas (Feminine) - Andrew Dice Clay

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Duke Nukem: Music to score by
Released: August 24th 1999
Label: Red a.N.T / Red Ink
Buy it: amazon.com.. Tracks
1. Megadeth - Duke Nukem Theme
2. Type O Negative - Cinnamon Girl
3. Xzbit - What u see is what u get
4. Coal Chamber - Blisters
5. Sevendust - *****
6. Zebrahead - Song 10
7. Stabbing Westward - The thing I hate
8. Wu-Tang Clan - It's yourz
9. Slayer - Screaming from the Sky
10. Megadeth - New World Order
11. The Beatnuts - Stone Crazy
12. Corrosion of Conformity - Land of the free disease

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> WCW Mayhem: The Music
Released: November 16th 1999
Label: Tommy Boy Records
Buy it: amazon.com.. Tracks
1. Make Some Noise - DJ Ran Mayhem Mega Mix
2. Purity (Adrenaline V.1) - WCW Monday Nitro Theme
3. Take It - Insane Clown Posse
4. Here Comes The Pain - Slayer
5. Invasion - Goldberg Theme
6. Crush 'Em - Megadeth
7. What Up Mach - Macho Man Randy Savage Theme
8. Blast - Kid Rock
9. Self High Five - Diamond Dallas Page Theme
10. Loose - Primer 55
11. Sting Theme
12. Seek And Destroy - Metallica
13. Buff Daddy - Buff Bagwell Theme
14. Faith remix - Limp Bizkit feat. Everlast
15. American Made - Hulk Hogan
16. Bone Crusher - Lyrical Giants
17. Got Him In A Corner
18. Pay Per View - Ruff Riders feat. Drag-On, Jadakiss, Eve & Styles
19. Make The Crowd Roar - Big Punisher & Fat Joe
20. Kevin Nash/Wolfpac Theme
21. Fist Full - Cypress Hill and Defari
22. Count That Man Out
23. Give It Up - Screwball
24. Bow, Wow, Wow - Konnan Theme feat. Madd One
25. Rap Is Crap - Curt Hennig & The West Texas Rednecks
26. Bailando - The Nitro Girls

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Nativity in Black 2: Tribute to Black Sabbath
Released: June 6th 2000
Label: Divine/Priority Records
Buy it: amazon.com.. Tracks
1. Godsmack - Sweet Leaf
2. Machine Head - Hole In The Sky
3. Static X - Behind The Wall Of Sleep
4. Megadeth - Never Say Die
5. System Of A Down - Snowblind
6. Pantera - Electric Funeral
7. Primus & Ozzy - N.I.B.
8. Slayer - Hand Of Doom
9. Soulfly - Under The Sun
10. Hed(Pe) - Sabbra Cadabra
11. Monster Magnet - Into The Void
12. Busta Rhymes & Ozzy - Iron Man (This Means War)
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Tattoo the earth: First crusade
Released: October 24th 2000
Label: 1500 Records
Buy it: amazon.com.. Tracks
1. Slipknot - Liberate
2. Slayer - Stain Of Mind
3. Sevendust - Waffle
4. Sepultura - Choke
5. Hatebreed - I Will Be Heard
6. Slipknot - Surfacing
7. Mudvayne - Dig
8. Slayer - Chemical Warfare
9. (hed)pe - Waiting To Die
10. Sevendust - Too Close To Hate
11. Nothingface - Violent
12. Workhorse Movement - Keep The Sabbath Dream Alive
13. U.P.O. - Dust
14. Nashville Pussy - Go To Hell

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> The Ozzfest: Second stage live
Released: March 27th 2001
Label: Priority Records
Buy it: amazon.com.. Tracks
Disc one
1. Eye for an Eye
2. Voices - Disturbed
3. Pushing Me - Slaves on Dope
4. Suck - Kittie
5. Big F*** You
6. Ode to Clarissa - Queens of the Stone Age
7. Keep It Clean - Pitchshifter
8. Mirror's Reflection - Taproot
9. Pain - Soulfly
10. I Don't Know - Ozzy Osbourne
Disc two
1. Loco - Coal Chamber
2. Broken Foundation - Earth Crisis
3. Organized - Powerman 5000
4. Locust Star - Neurosis
5. Replica - Fear Factory
6. These Eyes (Have Seen) - Biohazard
7. Attitude - Biohazard
8. Angel of Death - Slayer
9. Perry Mason - Ozzy Osbourne


..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Nascar: Crank it up
Released: May 21st 2002
Label: MCA Records
Buy it: amazon.com.. Tracks
1. NASCAR on Fox Theme
2. Crosstown Traffic - (Hed)P.E.
3. On the road again - Buckcherry
4. Circles - Nonpoint
5. Cross the Line - Tantric
6. Drivin' Rain - Gov't Mule
7. Get ouf of my dreams (get into my car) - Fenix*TX
8. Cars (MPH Mix) - Fear Factory
9. Heaven & Hot Rods - Dry Cell
10. Speedway - Static-X
11. Fast Car - Darwin's Waiting Room
12. (Sic) (Molt Injected Mix) - Slipknot
13. Born to be wild - Slayer
14. Highway Star - Type O Negative
15. Demon Speeding (Dirty Black River Mix) - Rob Zombie
16. Supercharger (Let Freedom Ring Mix) - Machine Head
17. See Through - Staind
18. Hot Rod Lincoln - Les Claypool

..>..> ( SLAYER )

..> ..> ..> Metal Massacre 3
Released: 1983
Label: Metal Blade
Buy it: amazon.com.. Tracks
1. Slayer - Aggressive Perfector
2. ***** - Riding in Thunder
3. Tyrant - Armageddon
4. Medusa - Piranahs
5. Test Pattern - Bite the Knife
6. Black Widow - Blitzkrieg
7. Warlord - Mrs. Victoria
8. Virgin Steele - Let's go all the Way
9. Sexist - Fire and Wind
10. Snowhite - Hellbent
11. Marauder - The Kid
12. La Mort - Fist and Chain

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Kerrang! The Album
Released: 1994
Label: The Hit Label
Tracks
Disc one
1. Jesus Christ Pose - Soundgarden
2. Another Worldly Device - Prong
3. Punishment - Biohazard
4. Auto Surgery - Therapy?
5. Territory - Sepultura
6. Sweating Bullets - Megadeth
7. Shedding Skin - Pantera
8. Caffeine Bomb - The Wildhearts
9. My House - Terrorvision
10. Give It Away (Edit) - Red Hot Chili Peppers
11. Warfare (Cybersank Mix Edit) - Clawfinger
12. Believe In Me - Duff McKagan
13. Ten Miles High - Little Angels
14. Over The Edge - The Almighty
15. Down In A Hole - Alice In Chains

Disc two
1. Ace Of Spades (live) - Motorhead
2. Paranoid - Black Sabbath
3. Smoke On The Water - Deep Purple
4. Victim Of Changes (live) - Judas Priest
5. Stargazer - Rainbow
6. Bat Out Of Hell - Meat Loaf
7. Cats In The Cradle - Ugly Kid Joe
8. In My Darkest Hour - Megadeth
9. Doctor Doctor (live) - UFO
10. Spirit Of Radio - Rush
11. Epic - Faith No More
12. Angel Of Death - Slayer
13. Youth Gone Wild - Skid Row
14. Born To Be Wild - Steppenwolf
15. Free Bird - Lynyrd Skynyr

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Ozzfest Vol.1
Released: April 29th 1997
Label: Red a.N.T
Buy it: amazon.com.. Tracks
1. Loco - Coal Chamber
2. Ride Thy Neighbor - Cellophane
3. Broken Foundation - Earth Crisis
4. Organizized - Powerman 5000
5. Locust Star - Neurosis
6. Replica - Fear Factory
7. These Eyes - Biohazard
8. Attitude - Sepultura
9. Angel Of Death - Slayer
10. Perry Mason - Ozzy Osbourne
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American Sampler
Released: August 11th 1998
Label: American Recordings
Buy it: amazon.com.. Tracks
1. The One Rose - Johnny Cash
2. Raining Blood - Slayer
3. Ya Can't Be Nice To Them - Andrew Dice Clay
4. Remedy - The Black Crowes
5. I'd Run Away - The Jayhawks
6. Put That Hump (In Your Back) - DJ Kool
7. Backwards - Andrew Dice Clay
8. Goin' To Church - Red Devils
9. Temple Of Dreams - Messiah
10. Please Don't Bend - Donovan
11. Dice Buys A Suit - Andrew Dice Clay
12. I Got Game - Sir Mix-A-Lot
13. I Love You Period - Dan Baird
14. Take A Hold - Raging Slab
15. If I Only Had A Brain - MC 900 Ft. Jesus
16. Memory's Garden - Trouble
17. No More Love - God Lives Under Water
18. Gas (Feminine) - Andrew Dice Clay

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Duke Nukem: Music to score by
Released: August 24th 1999
Label: Red a.N.T / Red Ink
Buy it: amazon.com.. Tracks
1. Megadeth - Duke Nukem Theme
2. Type O Negative - Cinnamon Girl
3. Xzbit - What u see is what u get
4. Coal Chamber - Blisters
5. Sevendust - *****
6. Zebrahead - Song 10
7. Stabbing Westward - The thing I hate
8. Wu-Tang Clan - It's yourz
9. Slayer - Screaming from the Sky
10. Megadeth - New World Order
11. The Beatnuts - Stone Crazy
12. Corrosion of Conformity - Land of the free disease

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> WCW Mayhem: The Music
Released: November 16th 1999
Label: Tommy Boy Records
Buy it: amazon.com.. Tracks
1. Make Some Noise - DJ Ran Mayhem Mega Mix
2. Purity (Adrenaline V.1) - WCW Monday Nitro Theme
3. Take It - Insane Clown Posse
4. Here Comes The Pain - Slayer
5. Invasion - Goldberg Theme
6. Crush 'Em - Megadeth
7. What Up Mach - Macho Man Randy Savage Theme
8. Blast - Kid Rock
9. Self High Five - Diamond Dallas Page Theme
10. Loose - Primer 55
11. Sting Theme
12. Seek And Destroy - Metallica
13. Buff Daddy - Buff Bagwell Theme
14. Faith remix - Limp Bizkit feat. Everlast
15. American Made - Hulk Hogan
16. Bone Crusher - Lyrical Giants
17. Got Him In A Corner
18. Pay Per View - Ruff Riders feat. Drag-On, Jadakiss, Eve & Styles
19. Make The Crowd Roar - Big Punisher & Fat Joe
20. Kevin Nash/Wolfpac Theme
21. Fist Full - Cypress Hill and Defari
22. Count That Man Out
23. Give It Up - Screwball
24. Bow, Wow, Wow - Konnan Theme feat. Madd One
25. Rap Is Crap - Curt Hennig & The West Texas Rednecks
26. Bailando - The Nitro Girls

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Nativity in Black 2: Tribute to Black Sabbath
Released: June 6th 2000
Label: Divine/Priority Records
Buy it: amazon.com.. Tracks
1. Godsmack - Sweet Leaf
2. Machine Head - Hole In The Sky
3. Static X - Behind The Wall Of Sleep
4. Megadeth - Never Say Die
5. System Of A Down - Snowblind
6. Pantera - Electric Funeral
7. Primus & Ozzy - N.I.B.
8. Slayer - Hand Of Doom
9. Soulfly - Under The Sun
10. Hed(Pe) - Sabbra Cadabra
11. Monster Magnet - Into The Void
12. Busta Rhymes & Ozzy - Iron Man (This Means War)

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Tattoo the earth: First crusade
Released: October 24th 2000
Label: 1500 Records
Buy it: amazon.com.. Tracks
1. Slipknot - Liberate
2. Slayer - Stain Of Mind
3. Sevendust - Waffle
4. Sepultura - Choke
5. Hatebreed - I Will Be Heard
6. Slipknot - Surfacing
7. Mudvayne - Dig
8. Slayer - Chemical Warfare
9. (hed)pe - Waiting To Die
10. Sevendust - Too Close To Hate
11. Nothingface - Violent
12. Workhorse Movement - Keep The Sabbath Dream Alive
13. U.P.O. - Dust
14. Nashville Pussy - Go To Hell

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> The Ozzfest: Second stage live
Released: March 27th 2001
Label: Priority Records
Buy it: amazon.com.. Tracks
Disc one
1. Eye for an Eye
2. Voices - Disturbed
3. Pushing Me - Slaves on Dope
4. Suck - Kittie
5. Big F*** You
6. Ode to Clarissa - Queens of the Stone Age
7. Keep It Clean - Pitchshifter
8. Mirror's Reflection - Taproot
9. Pain - Soulfly
10. I Don't Know - Ozzy Osbourne
Disc two
1. Loco - Coal Chamber
2. Broken Foundation - Earth Crisis
3. Organized - Powerman 5000
4. Locust Star - Neurosis
5. Replica - Fear Factory
6. These Eyes (Have Seen) - Biohazard
7. Attitude - Biohazard
8. Angel of Death - Slayer
9. Perry Mason - Ozzy Osbourne
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Nascar: Crank it up
Released: May 21st 2002
Label: MCA Records
Buy it: amazon.com.. Tracks
1. NASCAR on Fox Theme
2. Crosstown Traffic - (Hed)P.E.
3. On the road again - Buckcherry
4. Circles - Nonpoint
5. Cross the Line - Tantric
6. Drivin' Rain - Gov't Mule
7. Get ouf of my dreams (get into my car) - Fenix*TX
8. Cars (MPH Mix) - Fear Factory
9. Heaven & Hot Rods - Dry Cell
10. Speedway - Static-X
11. Fast Car - Darwin's Waiting Room
12. (Sic) (Molt Injected Mix) - Slipknot
13. Born to be wild - Slayer
14. Highway Star - Type O Negative
15. Demon Speeding (Dirty Black River Mix) - Rob Zombie
16. Supercharger (Let Freedom Ring Mix) - Machine Head
17. See Through - Staind
18. Hot Rod Lincoln - Les Claypool

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SOUNDTRACKS ( SLAYER )


..> ..> ..> Less than zero
Released: 1987
Label: Polygram/DefJam
Buy it: amazon.com.. Tracks
1. Rockin' Pneumonia - Aerosmith
2. Life Fades Away - Roy Orbison
3. Rock 'N' Roll All Night - Poison
4. Going Back To Cali - L.L. Cool J
5. You & Me (Less Than Zero) - Glenn Danzig
6. In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida - Slayer
7. Bring The Noise - Public Enemy
8. Are You My Women? - The Black Flames
9. She's Lost You - Joan Jett & The Blackhearts
10. How To Love Again - Oran & Juice Jones
11. Hazy Shade Of Winter - Bangles

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..> ..> ..> River's edge
Released: 1987
Label: N/A
Tracks
Die by the sword
Captor of sin
Evil has no boundaries
Tormentor

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Judgment Night
Released: 1993
Label: Sony Music
Buy it: amazon.com.. Tracks
1. Just another Victim - Helmet & House of Pain
2. Fallin' - Teenage Fanclub & De La Soul
3. Me, Myself & My Mike - Living Colour & Run DMC
4. Judgment Night - Biohazard & Onyx
5. Disorder - Slayer & Ice-T
6. Another Body Murdered - Faith No More & Boo Yaa Tribe
7. I love you Mary Jane - Sonic Youth & Cypress Hill
8. Freak Momma - Mudhoney & Sir Mix A Lot
9. Missing Link - Dinosaur Jr. & Del The Funky Homosapien
10. Come and Die - Therapy? & Fatal
11. Real thing - Pearl Jam & Cypress Hill

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Spawn
Released: 1997
Label: Sony Music
Buy it: amazon.com.. Tracks
1. Filter/The Crystal Method - (Can't You) Trip Like I Do
2. Marilyn Manson/Sneaker Pimps - It's A Long Hard Road
3. Orbital/Kirk Hammett - Satan
4. Korn/The Dust Brothers - Kick The P.A.
5. Butthole Surfers/Moby - Tiny Rubberband
6. Metallica/D.J. Spooky - For Whom The Bell Tolls (remix)
7. Stabbing Westward/Wink - Torn Apart
8. Mansun/808 State - Skin Up, Pin Up
9. Prodigy/Tom Morello - One Man Army
10. Silverchair/Vitro - Spawn
11. Henry Rollins/Goldie - T-4 Strain
12. Incubus/Greyboy - Familiar
13. Slayer/ATR - No Remorse (I Wanna Die)
14. Soul Coughing/Roni Size - A Plane Scraped Its Belly On A Sooty
..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> The Bride of Chucky
Released: Oct 6th 1998
Label: CMC Records
Buy it: amazon.com.. Tracks
1. Boogie King - The Screamin' Cheetah Wheelies
2. Thunder Kiss'65 - White Zombie
3. Busters - Coal Chamber
4. See you in Hell - Monster Magnet
5. Blood Stained - Judas Priest
6. Love you to Death - Type O Negative
7. Human Disease - Slayer
8. So Wrong - Stabbing Westward
9. Son of X51 - Powerman 5000
10. Trumpets of Jericho - Bruce Dickinson
11. Bled for days - Static-X
12. Love for Sale - Motorhead
13. Crazy - Kidneythieves
14. We belong dead - Graeme Revell
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Dracula 2000
Released: Dec 5th 2000
Label: Sony Music
Buy it: amazon.com.. Tracks
1. Powerman 5000, "Ultra Mega"
2. Disturbed, "A Welcome Burdern"
3. Slayer, "Bloodline"
4. System of a Down, "Metro"
5. Monster Magnet, "Heads Explode"
6. Godhead feat. Marilyn Manson, "Break You Down"
7. Linkin Park, "One Step Closer"
8. Pantera, "Avoid the Light"
9. Static-X, "Ostego Undead"
10. (Hed)P.E., "Swan Dive"
11. Taproot, "Day by Day"
12. Endo, "Malice"
13. Flybanger, "Blind World"
14. Half Cocked, "Sober"
15. Saliva, "Your Disease"

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Jackass: The Movie
Released: Oct 15th 2002
Label: American
Buy it: amazon.com.. Tracks
1. Hi, My Name Is Johnny Knoxville - Johnny Knoxville
2. Corona - Minutemen
3. We Want Fun - Andrew W.K.
4. Flesh Into Gear - CKY
5. Somebody's Gonna Get Their Head Kicked In - The Rezillos
6. California Sun - The Ramones
7. Alright, Alright (Here's My Fist Where's The Fight?) - Sahara Hotnights
8. Let's Get F***ed Up - Smut Peddlers
9. Hybrid Moments - The Misfits
10. Cha Cha Twist - Detroit Cobras
11. Angel Of Death - Slayer
12. Baby Got Back - Sir Mix-A-Lot
13. How Did That Get There? - Jackass The Movie: The Official Soundtrack
14. If You're Gonna Be Dumb - Roger Alan Wade

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Jackass 2 OST
Released: September 19th 2006
Label: Bulletproof
Buy it: amazon.com.. Tracks
1. I'm Going to the Moon
2. If You're Gonna Be Dumb
3. Gettin Fucked Up - Josey Scott, , Three 6 Mafia
4. Backass - Karen O,
5. I'm Ashamed of Myself
6. MF from Hell - The Datsuns
7. I'm Going to Die
8. All My Friends Are Dead - Turbonegro
9. Urban Struggle - The Vandals
10. Your Teeth Look Like - Brandon Dicamillo
11. Fly
12. Rectal Bleeding
13. **** the Pain Away
14. Are You Crying? - Bam Margera
15. Little Less Conversation - Elvis Presley
16. Cut Your Hair - Pavement
17. Karazy
18. I Need a Doctor - Steve-O
19. Spill the Blood - Slayer
20. My Ass Hurts So Bad
..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Saw 3 OST
Released: Oct 24th 2006
Label: American
Buy it: amazon.com.. Tracks
01. ALL THAT REMAINS - "This Calling"
02. STATIC-X - "No Submission"
03. SLAYER - "Eyes Of The Insane" (exclusive remix)
04. LAMB OF GOD - "Walk With Me In Hell"
05. HELMET - "Monochrome"
06. DISTURBED - "Guarded"
07. BLUE OCTOBER - "Drilled A Wire Through My Cheek"
08. DROWNING POOL - "No More"
09. AVENGED SEVENFOLD - "Burn It Down"
10. EIGHTEEN VISIONS - "Victim"
11. OPIATE FOR THE MASSES - "Naked" (unreleased track)
12. BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE - "Suffocating Under Words Of Sorrow (What Can I Do)"
13. MINISTRY – "Fear Is Big Business"
14. MASTODON - "The Wolf Is Loose"
15. HYDROVIBE - "Killer Inside"
16. HOURCAST – "Sakkara"
17. MESHUGGAH - "Shed"
18. THE SMASHUP - "Effigy"
19. GHOST MACHINE - "Siests Loca"
20. CHARLIE CLOUSER - "Score Suite" (exclusive)
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SLAYER SINGLES
Category: Music

..> ..> ..> Postmortem 12" EP
Released: 1986
Label: DefJam Records
Tracks
1. Postmortem
2. Criminally Insane (Remix)
3. Aggressive Perfector (Fast version)

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Postmortem 12" Promo
Released: 1986
Label: DefJam Records
Tracks
Side one
1. Postmortem
2. Criminally Insane (Remix)
Side two
1. Aggressive Perfector (Fast version)


..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Criminally Insane 7" / 12" Single
Released: 1987
Label: DefJam Records
Tracks
1. Criminally Insane (Remix)
2. Aggressive Perfector (Fast version)

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Reign in Blood 12" Promo
Released: 1988
Label: DefJam Records
Tracks
Side one
1. Raining Blood (Remix)
2. Angel of Death (Remix)
Side two
1. Silent Scream (Remix)
2. Ghosts of War (Remix)
3. In a gadda da Vida


..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> South of Heaven 7" + CD Promo
Released: 1988
Label: DefJam Records
Tracks
1. South of Heaven
..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Mandatory Suicide CD Promo
Released: 1988
Label: DefJam Records
Tracks
1. Mandatory Suicide

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Seasons in the Abyss Promo
Released: 1990
Label: DefAmerican Records
Tracks</B>
1. Seasons in the Abyss
2. Aggressive Perfector (Fast Version)
3. Seasons in the Abyss (Experimental Mix)
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Seasons in the Abyss Single (Bloodpack)
Released: 1990
Label: DefAmerican Records
Tracks
1. Seasons in the Abyss
2. Seasons in the Abyss (Edit)
3. Aggressive Perfector (Fast version

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Spirit in Black / Dead Skin Mask 12" Promo
Released: 1990
Label: DefAmerican Records
Tracks
1. Spirit in Black
2. Dead Skin Mask

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Seasons in the Abyss 12" Single
Released: 1990
Label: DefAmerican Records
Tracks
Side one
1. Seasons in the Abyss
Side two
1. Aggressive Perfector (Fast version

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Seasons in the Abyss 7" Single
Released: 1990
Label: DefAmerican Records
Tracks
Side one
1. Seasons in the Abyss
Side two
1. Aggressive Perfector (Fast version)


..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Decade of Aggression Ironbox
Released: 1992
Label: DefAmerican Records
Limited to 10.000 copies
Tracks
See normal tracklist plus:
Skeletons of Society
At dawn they sleep

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Judgment Night Promo CD
Released: 1993
Label: Sony Music
Tracks
1. Slayer / Ice-T: Disorder
2. Onyx: Slam
3. Cypress Hill: Hits from the bong
4. Prong: Snap your fingers
5. Fight: Nailed to the gun

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Dittohead Promo Vinyl
Released: 1994
Label: American Recordings
Tracks
Side A
1. Dittohead
2. Serenity and Murder (Typing Mistake)
Side B
1. Divine Intervention


..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> The Tour '95
Released: 1994
Label: N/A
Tracks
1. Serenity in Murder - Slayer
2. Dittohead - Slayer
3. Divine Intervention - Slayer
4. Killing Fields - Slayer
5. Lack There Of - Biohazard
6. Five Blocks To the Subway (live) - Biohazard
7. Scumbag (non-album track) - Biohazard
8. Old - Machine Head
9. Davidian - Machine Head

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Serenity in Murder Promo CD
Released: 1994
Label: American Recordings
Tracks
1. Serenity in Murder
..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Serenity in Murder CD Single
Released: 1995
Label: American Recordings
Buy it: amazon.com.. Tracks
1. Serenity in Murder
2. At dawn they Sleep (Live)
3. Divine Intervention (Live)
4. Dittohead (Live)

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Live Intrusion Promo CD
Released: 1996
Label: American Recordings
Tracks
1. Witching Hour (Venom Cover)
2. Divine Intervention (Live)
3. Dittohead (Live)

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> I hate you Promo CD
Released: 1996
Label: American Recordings
Tracks
1. I hate you
..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> TSOL Split 7" Single
Released: 1996
Label: Sub Pop
Tracks
Side one
Abolish Government/Superficial Love - Slayer
Side two
Abolish Government
Silent Majority
Superficial Love - T.S.O.L.


..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Violent by Design Promo
Released: 1998
Label: American Recordings
Promo with working title Tracks
1. Bitter Peace
2. Stain of Mind
3. Desire
4. Overt Enemy
5. Screaming from the Sky
6. Perversions of Pain
7. Love to Hate
8. Scrum
9. In the Name of God
10. Death's Head
11. Point
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Diabolus in Musica Tour Promo MC/CD
Released: May 1998
Label: American Recordings
Tracks
1. Slayer - Stain of Mind
2. Clutch - Ship of Gold
3. System of a Down - Suite Pee

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Stain of Mind Japan CD Single
Released: September 30th 1998
Label: American Recordings
Buy it: amazon.com.. Tracks
1. Stain of Mind
2. Raining Blood (Live)
3. Angel of Death (Live)
4. Mandatory Suicide (Live)
5. Chemical Warfare (Live)

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Stain of Mind CD Promo
Released: 1998
Label: American Recordings
Was sent out to radiostations
Tracks
1. Stain of Mind

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Uebernoise Promo
Released: December 1st 1998
Label: American Recordings
Tracks
1. Interview 1
2. Raining Blood (Live)
3. Interview 2
4. Stain of Mind
5. Interview 3
6. Bitter Peace
7. Interview 4
8. Angel of Death (Live)
9. Interview 5
10. Death's Head
11. Interview 6
12. Mandatory Suicide (Live)
13. Interview 7
14. Love to Hate
15. Interview 8
16. Chemical Warfare (Live
..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Cult
Released: June 6th 2006
Label: American Recordings
Tracks
1. Cult
..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Eternal Pyre
Released: June 25th 2006
Label: American Recordings
Tracks
1. Cult
2. War Ensemble (Video)
3. In the studio (Video)
..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Eyes of the insane
Released: November 3rd 2006
Label: American Recordings
Tracks
1. Eyes of the insane
2. Cult
3. Reborn (Video)
..>..>

..> ..> SLAYER BOOTLEGS

..> ..> ..> Aggressive Perfector
Place: Nuernberg / Germany
Venue: N/A
Date: June 14th 1985
Tracks
1. Hell Awaits
2. Aggressive Perfector
3. Captor of Sin
4. Praise of Death
5. Haunting the Chapel
6. Final Command
7. Crypts of Eternity
8. Necrophiliac
9. Black Magic/Die by the Sword
10. Hardening of the Arteries
11. Fight till Death
12. The Antichrist
13. At dawn they sleep/Show no Mercy

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Butcher Babies
Place: N/A
Venue: N/A
Date: 1985
Tracks
1. Hell Awaits
2. Aggressive Perfector
3. Captor of Sin
4. Praise of Death
5. Haunting the Chapel
6. Final Command
7. Crypts of Eternity
8. Necrophiliac
9. Black Magic
10. Die by the Sword
11. Hardening of the Arteries
12. Fight till Death
13. The Antichrist
14. At dawn they Sleep
15. Show no Mercy

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Captors of Sin
Place 1: Poperinge / Belgium
Place 2: Nuernberg / Germany
Venue 1: Heavy Sound
Venue 2: N/A
Date 1: May 26th 1985
Date 2: June 14th 1985
Tracks
1. Hell Awaits
2. Aggressive Perfector
3. Captor Of Sin
4. The Final Command
5. The Antichrist
6. Necrophiliac
7. Evil Has No Boundries
8. Kill Again
9. Crypts Of Eternity
10. Black Magic
11. Die By The Sword
12. Show No Mercy
13. The Antichrist
14. Chemical Warfare

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Killing for a living
Place: Germany
Venue: N/A
Date: 1985
Tracks
1. Hell Awaits
2. Aggressive Perfector
3. Captor of Sin
4. Final Command
5. Kill Again
6. Crypts of Eternity
7. Fight Till Death
8. Haunting the Chapel
9. Hardening of the Arteries
10. Black Magic
11. Die By The Sword
12. The Antichrist
13. At Dawn They Sleep
14. Show No Mercy
15. Chemical Warfare

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Obscure and obscene
Place: Luttenberg / Netherlands
Venue: Elkerlyck
Date: June 2nd 1985
Tracks
1. Hell Awaits
2. Aggressive Perfector
3. Captor Of Sin
4. Fight till Death
5. Kill Again
6. Haunting the Chapel
7. Necrophiliac
8. Black Magic
9. Die by the Sword
10. Praise of Death
11. The final Command
12. Hardening of the Arteries
13. At dawn they Sleep
14. Show no Mercy
15. Evil has no Boundaries
16. Chemical Warfare
17. The Antichrist
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Live in Nuernberg
Place: Nuernberg / Germany
Venue: N/A
Date: June 14th 1985
Tracks
1. Hell Awaits
2. Aggressive Perfector
3. Captor of Sin
4. Praise of Death
5. Haunting the Chapel
6. The Final Command
7. Crypts of Eternity
8. Necrophiliac
9. Black Magic
10. Hardening of the Arteries
11. Fight till Death
12. The Antichrist
13. At dawn they sleep

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Praise of death
Place 1: Poperinge / Belgium
Place 2: Berlin / Germany
Venue 1: Heavy Sound
Venue 2: Sound Board
Date 1: May 26th 1985
Date 2: April 27th 1987
Tracks
1. Evil has no Boundaries
2. Fight till Death
3. Show no Mercy
4. Hell Awaits
5. Altar of Sacrifice
6. At dawn they Sleep

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Die by the sword
Place: Genk / Belgium
Venue: Limburghal
Date: September 22nd 1990
Tracks
1. Raining Blood
2. Black Magic
3. War Ensemble
4. Blood Red
5. Post Mortem
6. Skeletons of Society
7. Die By The Sword
8. Altar of Sacrifice
9. Jesus Saves
10. Dead Skin Mask
11. Bury The Evil
12. Mandatory Suicide
13. Live Undead
14. South of Heaven
15. Angel of Death

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Live in Genk
Place: Genk / Belgium
Venue: Limburghal
Date: September 22nd 1990
Tracks
1. Raining Blood
2. Black Magic
3. War Ensemble
4. Blood Red
5. Post Mortem
6. Skeletons of Society
7. Die By The Sword
8. Altar of Sacrifice
9. Jesus Saves
10. Dead Skin Mask
11. Bury The Evil
12. Mandatory Suicide
13. Live Undead
14. South of Heaven
15. Angel of Death

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Dance of the dead
Place: Paris / France
Venue: Le Zenith
Date: November 22nd 1991
Tracks
1. Hell Awaits / The Antichrist
2. War Ensemble
3. S.O.H / R.I.B / Altar / Jesus
4. Die By The Sword
5. Dead Skin Mask
6. Seasons In The Abyss
7. Born Of Fire
8. Chemical Warfare
9. Mandatory Suicide
10. Angel Of Death

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Wardance
Place: Mannheim / Germany
Venue: Maimarktgelaende
Date: February 15th 1992
Tracks
1. Hell Awaits / The Antichrist
2. Postmortem
3. R.I.B / Altar Of Sacrifice
4. Jesus Saves
5. South Of Heaven
6. Silent Scream
7. Dead Skin Mask
8. Seasons In The Abyss
9. War Ensemble
10. Mandatory Suicide
11. Angel Of Death

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Spirit in black
Place: London / UK
Venue: Brixton Academy
Date: November 9th 1994
Tracks
1. Spirit in Black
2. Divine Intervention
3. Dittohead
4. Captor of Sin
5. Mind Control
6. South of Heaven
7. Reign in Blood
8. Reborn
9. Dead Skin Mask
10. Mandatory Suicide
11. Angel of Death

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Slaytanic comeback
Place: Sao Paolo / Brasil
Venue: Monsters of Rock Festival
Date: November 9th 1994
Tracks
1. Hell Awaits
2. The Antichrist
3. Mind Control
4. Postmortem
5. Raining Blood
6. Altar of Sacrifice
7. Jesus Saves
8. Captor of Sin
9. Seasons in the Abyss
10. Mandatory Suicide
11. War Ensemble
12. Angel of Death / South Of Heaven

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Motor city metal
Place: Detroit / USA
Venue: State Theater
Date: February 10th 1995
Tracks
1. Raining Blood
2. Killing Fields
3. War Ensemble
4. At dawn they Sleep
5. Spirit in Black
6. Divine Intervention
7. Dittohead
8. 213
9. Captor of Sin
10. South of Heaven
11. Dead Skin Mask
12. Seasons in the Abyss
13. Mind Control
14. Mandatory Suicide..Angel of Death
15. Hell Awaits
16. Chemical Warfare

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Diabolus in San Francisco
Place: San Francisco / USA
Venue: The Warfield
Date: May 31st 1998
Tracks
1. Hell Awaits
2. Spirit in Black
3. War Ensemble
4. Death's Head
5. South of Heaven
6. Dittohead
7. Die by the Sword
8. Black Magic
9. Stain of Mind
10. Reign in Blood
11. Altar of Sacrifice
12. Jesus Saves
13. Dead Skin Mask
14, Sex, Murder, Art
15. Chemical Warfare
16. Mandatory Suicide
17. Angel of Death

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Captors of Columbus
Place: Columbus / USA
Venue: Newport Music Hall
Date: August 30th 1998
Tracks
1. Bitter Peace
2. Death's Head
3. Evil has no Boundaries
4. Hell Awaits
5. War Ensemble
6. Stain of Mind
7. South of Heaven
8. Reign in Blood
9. Dittohead
10. Gemini
11. Die by the Sword
12. Captor of Sin
13. In the name of God
14. Scrum
15. Seasons in the Abyss
16. Chemical Warfare
17. Angel of Death

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Buenos Aires 1998
Place: Buenos Aires / Argentina
Venue: Club Atletico Velez Sarsfield
Date: December 12th 1998
Tracks
1. Bitter Peace
2. Death's Head
3. Evil has no Boundaries
4. Hell Awaits
5. War Ensemble
6. South of Heaven
7. Raining Blood
8. Dittohead
9. Die by the Sword
10. Black Magic
11. Captor of Sin
12. Dead Skin Mask
13. Seasons in the Abyss
14. Mandatory Suicide
15. Angel of Death
16. Unguarded Instinct (Studio)
17. Wicked (Studio)

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Live at Roskilde '98
Place: Roskilde / Denmark
Venue: Roskilde Festival
Date: June 25th 1998
Tracks
1. Hell Awaits
2. Captor of Sin
3. War Ensemble
4. Dead Skin Mask
5. Dittohead
6. Die by the sword
7. Stain of mind
8. South of heaven
9. Raining Blood
10. Altar of Sacrifice / Jesus Saves
11. Chemical Warfare
12. Mandatory Suicide
13. Angel of Death

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Rare in Blood
Place: Los Angeles / USA
Venue: Palace Theater
Date: May 30th 1998
Tracks
Tracks 1-7 + 18-19 are studio tracks
1. In a gadda da vida
2. Disorder
3. Memories of tomorrow
4. Unguarded Instinct
5. Human disease
6. Aggressive perfector (fast)
7. Criminally Insane (remix)
8. Raining blood
9. Angel of death
10. Mandatory Suicide
11. Chemical Warfare
12. At dawn they sleep
13. Dead skin mask
14. Divine intervention
15. Dittohead
16. South of heave
17. Wichting hour
18. Here comes the pain
19. No remorse (I wanna die)
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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Tue Dec 23, 2008 9:32 pm

Buenos Aires Awaits
Place: Buenos Aires / Argentina
Venue: Estadio River Plate
Date: September 3rd 1994
Tracks
1. Hell Awaits
2. The Antichrist
3. Spirit in Black
4. Die by the Sword
5. Mind Control
6. Postmortem
7. Raining Blood
8. Jesus Saves
9. Captor of Sin
10. Dead Skin Mask
11. Seasons in the Abyss
12. Mandatory Suicide
13. War Ensemble
14. South of Heaven
15. Angel of Death

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Metal Overdose: Slayer Kills Monza
Place: Monza / Italy
Venue: Gods of Metal Festival
Date: June 11th 2000
Tracks
Disc one
1. War Ensemble
2. Evil has no boundaries
3. Hell Awaits
4. Bitter Peace
5. Death's Head
6. Postmortem
7. Raining Blood
8. Dittohead
9. Stain of Mind
10. Here comes the pain
11. Necrophiliac
12. Dead Skin Mask
13. Seasons in the Abyss
Disc two
1. Mandatory Suicide
2. Chemical Warfare
3. South of Heaven
4. Angel of Death
5. Witching Hour
6. Divine Intervention
7. Dittohead


..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Diabolus in Chile
Place: Santiago / Chile
Venue: Velodromo Estadio Nacional
Date: December 10th 1998
Tracks
1. War Ensemble
2. Evil has no boundaries
3. Hell Awaits
4. Spirit in Black
5. South of Heaven
6. Raining Blood
7. Dittohead
8. Die by the Sword
9. Black Magic
10. Captor of Sin
11. Scrum
12. Dead Skin Mask
13. Seasons in the Abyss
14. Chemical Warfare
15. Mandatory Suicide
16. Angel of Death

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Diabolus in Mesa
Place: Mesa / USA
Venue: Mesa Amphitheatre
Date: May 1st 1999
Tracks
Disc one
1. Bitter Peace
2. Death's Head
3. War Ensemble
4. Evil has no boundaries
5. Hell Awaits
6. Born of Fire
7. Stain of Mind
8. Postmortem
9. Raining Blood
10. Dittohead
Disc two
1. Die by the Sword
2. In the name of god
3. Criminally Insane
4. Scrum
5. Dead Skin Mask
6. Seasons in the Abyss
7. Mandatory Suicide
8. Angel of Death
9. South of Heaven
10. Chemical Warfare


..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Terrorizing Stockholm
Place: Stockholm / Sweden
Venue: Stockholm Stadium
Date: June 27th 2000
Tracks
1. Intro
2. Mandatory Suicide
3. War Ensemble
4. Bitter Peace
5. Stain of Mind
6. Here comes the pain
7. Dead Skin Mask
8. Raining Blood
9. South of Heaven
10. Angel of Death
..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> God hates Sydney
Place: Sydney / Australia
Venue: Hordern Pavillion
Date: August 29th 2001
Tracks
1. Darkess of Christ
2. Raining Blood
3. War Ensemble
4. Disciple
5. Stain of Mind
6. Bloodline
7. Mandatory Suicide
8. Hell Awaits
9. Captor of Sin
10. Here comes the pain
11. Dead Skin Mask
12. Seasons in the Abyss
13. Postmortem
14. Altar of Sacrifice
15. Chemical Warfare
16. South of Heaven
17. Angel of Death

..>..>..> ..> ..> ..> Darkness of Christ
Place: Boeblingen / Germany
Venue: Stadthalle
Date: September 22nd 2001
Tracks
1. Darkess of Christ
2. Raining Blood
3. War Ensemble
4. Disciple
5. Stain of Mind
6. Bloodline
7. Die by the Sword
8. Dittohead
9. Mandatory Suicide
10. Hell Awaits
11. Dead Skin Mask
12. Seasons in the Abyss
13. Postmortem
14. Altar of Sacrifice
15. Jesus Saves (Intro)
16. Chemical Warfare
17. South of Heaven
18. Angel of Death
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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Tue Dec 23, 2008 9:42 pm

i realize you love slayer, but was that necessary?

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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Tue Dec 23, 2008 9:54 pm

brutality,thynameismetal wrote:
i realize you love slayer, but was that necessary?
LMFAO , Yes brother , I had a slayer slip lol
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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Tue Dec 23, 2008 10:16 pm

slip....plunge.....same diff

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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Tue Dec 23, 2008 11:01 pm

This is a load of information lol
If I were to quiz you right here
Could you answer?

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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Wed Dec 24, 2008 12:12 am

no cheating. you have to answer from memory

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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Wed Dec 24, 2008 12:23 am

What is the fourth song on disc two of Diabolus in Mesa

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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Wed Dec 24, 2008 12:25 am

no cheating now.......be honest.

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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Wed Dec 24, 2008 1:23 am

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no cheating now.......be honest.
I think Scrum
,But its been a While but i thinks thats it .. ASK AWAY ,
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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Wed Dec 24, 2008 1:30 am

i is LOVING SLAYER
im going to a concert in feburary
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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Wed Dec 24, 2008 1:52 am

Scrum is right, did you check?
If not

Holy **** that was amazing

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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Wed Dec 24, 2008 2:52 am

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Scrum is right, did you check?
If not

Holy **** that was amazing
No i never checked , But i did get lucky lol I almost thought it was Criminally Insane but i think its before .. BTW i have had that disk for years lol
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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Wed Dec 24, 2008 1:12 pm

That was suave to say the least

Balling new avatar man

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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Wed Dec 24, 2008 2:42 pm

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That was suave to say the least

Balling new avatar man
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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Wed Dec 24, 2008 6:17 pm

put a christmas hat on it and it will be ballin to the extreme

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Byd, this is how it starts, you know. One day it's "I like Blink 182", the next it's "I think I like men".
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Where Bathory was an iron broadsword, this band is a big plastic one with "viking!" written on it in sparkly purple magic marker.
sarainadream wrote:
No fucking worries I guess you cunts, just wanted to bloody well plant the careful seed in your maggot infested brains.
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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Wed Dec 24, 2008 6:38 pm

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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Thu Dec 25, 2008 2:12 am

How bout " ROOT OF ALL EVIL "
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PostSubject: Re: THE SLAYER APPRECIATION TOPIC   Thu Dec 25, 2008 2:19 am

lol nice avvy again....
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