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Télécharger Slayer - God Hates Us All
Interprète: Slayer
Titre: God Hates Us All
Publié sur: 2010
Label: American Recordings
Pays: Europe
Style: Thrash
N° de catalogue: 88697796391
Genre: Musique Rock
Classement: 4.8
Votes: 464
Formats: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue
taille FLAC: 1961 mb
taille MP3: 2086 mb

Tracklist

1Cast Down3:28
2Payback3:05
3Threshold2:28
4Deviance3:09
5God Send Death3:46
6Bloodline
Mixed By – Matt Hyde
3:36
7War Zone2:46
8Seven Faces3:42
9Disciple3:37
10Exile3:57
11New Faith3:05
12Darkness Of Christ
Mixed By – Matt Hyde
1:30
13Here Comes The Pain4:31

Crédits

  • A&RDino Paredes
  • Creative DirectorRick Patrick
  • DrumsPaul Bostaph
  • EngineerDean Maher
  • Engineer [Assistant]Paul Forgues
  • Engineer, ProducerMatt Hyde
  • Executive-ProducerRick Rubin
  • GuitarJeff Hanneman, Kerry King
  • Illustration, Art Direction, DesignLouis Marino
  • Lacquer Cut ByKR
  • LegalScott D. Harrington
  • ManagementNick John , Rick Sales
  • Mastered ByEddy Schreyer
  • Mixed BySean Beavan (tracks: A2 to B1, B3 to B6)
  • Vocals, BassTom Araya

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
586 394-1Slayer God Hates Us All ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Red)American Recordings586 394-1Europe2001
none Slayer God Hates Us All ‎(CD, Unofficial)Not On Labelnone Russia2001
UICL-1012Slayer = スレイヤー Slayer = スレイヤー - God Hates Us All = ゴッド・ヘイツ・アス・オール ‎(CD, Album)Island Records, American RecordingsUICL-1012Japan2001
586 386-2Slayer God Hates Us All ‎(CD, Album, Sli)American Recordings586 386-2Australia2001
586 331-2Slayer God Hates Us All ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)American Recordings 586 331-2Russia2001

Remarques

Gatefold sleeve.

Codes-barres

  • Barcode: 0 886977 963919

Entreprises

  • Manufactured By – Music On Vinyl
  • Distributed By – Music On Vinyl
  • Copyright (c) – American Recordings, LLC
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – American Recordings, LLC
  • Recorded At – The Warehouse Studio
  • Mixed At – Larrabee East
  • Mastered At – Oasis Mastering

Vidéo

Album

God Hates Us All - Slayer. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. God Hates Us All is the ninth studio album by American thrash metal band Slayer, released on September 11, 2001 by American Recordings. It was recorded over three months at The Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, and includes the Grammy Award-nominated Disciple. Guitarist Kerry King wrote the majority of its lyrics, taking a different approach from earlier recordings by exploring topics such as religion, murder, revenge, and self-control. The band experimented, recording most of the album in C tuning. Slayer - God Hates Us All. God Send Death. Slayer - God Hates Us All 2001. Hates Us All is the ninth studio album by American thrash metal band Slayer. It was recorded in three months at The Warehouse Studio in Canada, and includes the Grammy Award-nominated Disciple. The album is the band's last to feature drummer Paul Bostaph until their 2015 Repentless. Guitarist Kerry King wrote the majority of the lyrics, taking a different approach from earlier recordings by exploring topics such as religion, murder, revenge and self-cont. Slayer hates their fans. May 17th, 2004. Mallcore you say 58. God hates the people who. March 12th, 2003. Slayer hates the trends. February 12th, 2003. God Hates Us All. Metal 2001. Name Slayer USA. Album Name God Hates Us All. Type Album. Released date 11 September 2001. I consider Slayer to be similar to Motorhead. Not musically, but because both bands, throughout their careers, have played the exact same sounding music without making any major alterations to their sound AT ALL. But because that sound is so fucking AWESOME and since it was crafted to make room for a lot of creativity, its never gotten old and neither of them have worn out their welcome. Incredibly brutal, God Hates Us All is Slayer's most effective album since Seasons in the Abyss 1990, thanks in large part to Matt Hyde's raw production and a handful of killer songs. The previous few Slayer albums - Divine Intervention 1994, Undisputed Attitude 1996, and Diabolus in Musica 1998 - were relatively disappointing, at least for anyone familiar with the band's defining triptych of Reign in Blood 1986, South of Heaven 1988, and Seasons in the Abyss 1990. While God Hates Us All isn't on a par with those classics, without much argument one could cal. What made God Hates Us All Slayer's last truly great album is that it was an attempt to move forward while still retaining their signature sound. They refined the work they controversially started on Diabolus. Subsequent albums were good records with some essential songs, but they felt more like product that would give Slayer a reason to go on tour God Hates Us All feels like a real artistic statement and, at the time, a reinstatement of the band's merciless thrash supremacy. Of course, the die has been cast and the end is in sight for Slayer, one of extreme music's

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