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Slammer - The Work Of Idle Hands... FLAC album


Performer: Slammer
Genre: Rock
Title: The Work Of Idle Hands...
Released: 1989
Style: Thrash
FLAC version ZIP size: 1561 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1863 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1654 mb
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Album Name The Work of Idle Hands. Wydawcy WEA. Styl muzycznyThrash Heavy. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album18. Musisz być użytkownikiem tej strony aby dodać komentarz. Other productions from Slammer.

Album Name The Work of Idle Hands. Erscheinungsdatum 1989. Labels WEA. Musik GenreThrash Heavy. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen18. Reissue in 2013 by Divebomb Records/Tribunal Records. Du mußt eingeloggt sein um einen Kommentar zu schreiben. Anderen Alben von Slammer.

Out of print since the early 1990's. Includes new essay by Carlos Ramirez of AOL Music's Noisecreep. Produced by Mark Dodson (Judas Priest, Anthrax, Suicidal Tendencies and Metal Church).

Slammer Lyrics (10 songs).

Slammer discography (all). lt; Controlled Khaos (1987). Born For War" does not appear on the vinyl version. Reissued/remastered by Divebomb Records in 2013. Recording information: Recorded at Townhouse III and The Smokehouse studios, London. Mixed at Marcus Studios, London. Mastered at Sterling Sound, New York.

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SLAMMER were no exception and their 1989 debut album, The Work Of Idle Hands, delivered some of the highest caliber thrash the scene had heard from both sides of the Atlantic. Producer Mark Dodson (Judas Priest, Anthrax, Suicidal Tendencies) honed SLAMMER's razor sharp attack into this single shot of metallic brilliance and all who heard it thought SLAMMER had the best chance of any of the bands to break big. But, as heard far too regularly, piss poor promotion and other extenuating circumstances all proved fatal to the band's chances at glory. Recommend this Item to a Friend.