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Label: Music On Vinyl – MOVLP2133, Roadrunner Records – MOVLP2133
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered, Red Translucent
Country: Netherlands
Released: Sep 9, 2022
Genre: Rock
Style: Thrash, Speed Metal

Kunto: Uusi (Mint)

Toimitusmaksu 8€ (1-20 levyä) 
Toimitus: 1-2 viikkoa 

Kappaleet 

A1 Crystal Ann
A2 Alison Hell
A3 W.T.Y.D.
A4 Wicked Mystic
A5 Burns Like A Buzzsaw Blade
B1 Word Salad
B2 Schizos (Are Never Alone) Parts I & II
B3 Ligeia
B4 Human Insecticide

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alice_in_Hell

Alice in Hell is the debut studio album by Canadian thrash metal band Annihilator, released on April 17, 1989 through Roadrunner Records. This was the only Annihilator album for ten years to feature Randy Rampage on vocals, until he returned for their seventh studio album Criteria for a Black Widow (1999).

Alice in Hell is the debut studio album by Canadian thrash metal band Annihilator, released on April 17, 1989 through Roadrunner Records. This was the only Annihilator album for ten years to feature Randy Rampage on vocals, until he returned for their seventh studio album Criteria for a Black Widow (1999).

Reception and legacy

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic [3]
Rock Hard 9.0/10[4]

Alice in Hell has received mostly positive reviews. Allmusic's Eduardo Rivadavia gave it three stars out of five, and states that "Annihilator's brand of technical, thinking man's thrash metal garnered many fans with this fine debut, arguably the best release of the band's career."[3] Adam McCann of Metal Digest referred to Alice in Hell as "a real classic thrash metal album", and wrote, "For a debut album, Annihilator blasted it out of the park, the Canadian band hit the ground running with one of thrash metal's best albums, tracks such as 'Human Insecticide', 'W.T.Y.D. (Welcome to Your Death)' and 'Alison Hell' in particular still stand tall today as thrash metal anthems as Jeff Waters demonstrated his prowess on guitar backed up by the indomitable vocals of the late Randy Rampage which drove Alice in Hell into MTV's heavy rotation."[5]

Accolades

  • In 2014, Loudwire ranked the album the 9th best thrash album not released by the Big Four.[6]
  • In 2015, VH1 listed the album as one of the greatest thrash debuts.[7]
  • In 2017, Loudwire also listed the album as the 30th best thrash metal album of all time.[8]
  • In 2020, Revolver placed it on their list of "10 Criminally Underrated 80s Thrash Albums."[9]
  • The same year, Loudwire included the album on their list of the best debut thrash albums of all time.[10]

Reception and legacy

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic [3]
Rock Hard 9.0/10[4]

Alice in Hell has received mostly positive reviews. Allmusic's Eduardo Rivadavia gave it three stars out of five, and states that "Annihilator's brand of technical, thinking man's thrash metal garnered many fans with this fine debut, arguably the best release of the band's career."[3] Adam McCann of Metal Digest referred to Alice in Hell as "a real classic thrash metal album", and wrote, "For a debut album, Annihilator blasted it out of the park, the Canadian band hit the ground running with one of thrash metal's best albums, tracks such as 'Human Insecticide', 'W.T.Y.D. (Welcome to Your Death)' and 'Alison Hell' in particular still stand tall today as thrash metal anthems as Jeff Waters demonstrated his prowess on guitar backed up by the indomitable vocals of the late Randy Rampage which drove Alice in Hell into MTV's heavy rotation."[5]

Accolades

  • In 2014, Loudwire ranked the album the 9th best thrash album not released by the Big Four.[6]
  • In 2015, VH1 listed the album as one of the greatest thrash debuts.[7]
  • In 2017, Loudwire also listed the album as the 30th best thrash metal album of all time.[8]
  • In 2020, Revolver placed it on their list of "10 Criminally Underrated 80s Thrash Albums."[9]
  • The same year, Loudwire included the album on their list of the best debut thrash albums of all time.[10]

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