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Pleasure To Kill Remastered
Released: 2017, Noise / BMG
Reviewer: Robert Williams
BMG who recently acquired Noise Records is currently unveiling a massive reissue campaign from the seminal acts that put Noise Records on the map in the mid eighties. Remastered and Deluxe Expanded Editions of classic albums by such heavyweights as Kreator, Helloween, Running Wild, Grave Digger and Voivod are hitting store shelves or awaiting release as we speak. Kreator's first four full lengths all have undergone remastering with added bonus content on each disc.
Housed in a hard cover book digipack, this special REMASTERED edition of Kreator's second full-length "Pleasure To Kill" features a 24 page booklet with liner notes from Kreator mastermind Mille Petrozza who recalls in detail everything that was going on in the band at the time of the album's inception. The booklet is nicely done with lots of archival photos and of course lyrics, credits and original liner notes.
Each reissued and REMASTERED album features some form of bonus content. "Pleasure To Kill" has the added bonus of the since out of print "Flag of Hate" EP.
Kreator's second album "Pleasure To Kill" was the album that really helped define Kreator as one of Germany's most revered and respected teutonic thrash metal giants. It's very much appreciated to see an album of such monumental proportions being treated to such a fine remastering job and housed in such deluxe packaging. This is the one you have waited for Kreator fans! Do yourself a favor and pick this up!
1. Choir of the Damned
2. Ripping Corpse
3. Death Is Your Saviour
4. Pleasure to Kill
5. Riot of Violence
6. The Pestilence
8. Command of the Blade
9. Under the Guillotine
10. Flag of Hate (Flag Of Hate EP)
11. Take Their Lives (Flag Of Hate EP)
12. Awakening of the Gods (Flag Of Hate EP)
Mille Petrozza - Guitar, Vocals
Roberto Fioretti - Bass
Ventor - Drums, Vocals
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