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Roots of Annihilator & Coal Chamber

Posted on February 12, 2008

Definitive ‘Best Of’ mid-price releases from the bands that have helped shape the label, with liner notes from musicians that have been heavily influenced by them. All CD’s are remastered and include many rare and unseen photos. Due out August 8th…. Nu-Metal innovators Coal Chamber specialised in raw, brutal, down-tuned sound a la Pantera and White Zombie that was tinged by influences like goth, hip-hop, and hardcore. They scored a U.S. Gold album and Kerrang! Award for í¢ä‰åñBest International Newcomerí¢ä‰åŒ with their classic 1997 debut. Coal Chamber – The Best Of 1. Loco 2. Oddity 3. Big Truck (Hand-On-Wheel Mix) 4. Sway 5. Clock 6. Not Living 7. El Cu Cuy 8. Tyler’s Song 9. My Mercy 10. Fiend 11. Watershed 12. Something Told Me 13. Dark Days 14. Beckoned 15. One Step (Chop Shop Mix) Canada’s answer to Metallica? The Eddie Van Halen of thrash metal? Both these terms could have easily applied to Annihilator and it’s mastermind, lead guitarist and songwriter Jeff Waters. Debut album ‘Alice In Hell’ remains a Thrash classic, while follow-up ‘Never, Neverland’ delivered Roadrunner’s first UK Top 40 album. Annihilator – The Best Of 1. Crystal Ann 2. Alison Hell 3. W.T.Y.D. 4. Wicked Mystic 5. Word Salad 6. Phantasmagoria 7. Human Insecticide (live) 8. The Fun Palace 9. Road To Ruin 10. Stonewall 11. Never, Neverland 12. Imperiled Eyes 13. I Am In Command (live) 14. Set The World On Fire 15. No Zone 16. Phoenix Rising 17. Brain Dance


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