But that's also partly because they gathered up a small group of people I'm guessing people , and jammed them into a large recording room and went to work. What came out was one awesome show that any fan of them drools over and wishes they could've been at. Now, " Live Undead " came out right after " Show No Mercy ", so it's kinda weird that they would pick a live album right after only one real album.
And since there are only 7 tracks, it's rather short. But the intensity and musicianship is still here, and that's all that counts. The set list, while short, contains some of their greatest songs.
They kick off with the twistingly dark " Black Magic " and roll through other greats such as the thrashing " Captor of Sin " and the speed infested " Evil Has No Boundaries ". All of the tracks here are played with great skill, there are no mistakes of any kind really, including in the tracks they selected. Very depressing to me. The only weak song on here would be " Aggressive Perfector ".
I've never been too big of a fan of that song, probably cause it feels a bit more 'Hardcore' oriented than the rest of their stuff. The sound level is absolutely great.
I'm still surprised they recorded this album this well for the time, since it was recorded in The guitars sound balanced out, as you can easily make out what songs they are playing. Whether it be the sliding, pounding riffs to " Captor of Sin " or that killing opening riff to " The Antichrist ", you know what they are playing, and where they are in the song.
And Tom's bass is quite audible as well, as you can clearly hear him actually doing his own thing GASP! And Dave sounds like the madman he is on the drums. Tom's voice as well sounds quite good here. Granted, he's younger, so he can keep that evil tone much longer than he normally does. But on tracks like " Show No Mercy " and " Captor of Sin ", he shows no sign of slowing down his vocal assault.
And check him out on " Evil Has No Boundaries ", as he unsheathes one of his famous "Blood-Curdling screams" that so many have mistaken to be a guitar since they are so high. Tom's all over the place, and he never messes up the lyrics either. He delivers them with a piercing shout, and never rests. And on the resting note, neither does the band.
There's hardly any talking between songs. It's just " Well, that's done. Ok, next! Sometimes he might do a quick little intro to the song, like before " Die by the Sword ", where he says one of the sweetest lines I've ever heard with " They say the pen is mightier than the sword Cause you can 'Die by the Sword! And the crowd. Ohhh, the crowd.
They're loud as Hell! Sometimes, it can be quite annoying, cause you can hear some moron constantly yelling "YEA! But it's also a good thing, because it shows how crazy the crowd is going and how much they love them some " Slayer ".
I've really only got two complaints with this album, and these two actually bring the rating down a lot. For starters, Kerry and Jeff's solos are off-the-wall here, and hardly resemble the actual solos that they had recorded. Haunting The Chapel 7. Fight Till Death 8. Black Magic 9. Die By The Sword Kill Again Captor Of Sin Listen to online Slayer - San Francisco The Stone Part I, or download mp3 tracks: download here mp3 release album free and without registration.
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