I love this 7″. This is my third copy. I wore the two first out back then… Now they cost around € 20. Then about £ 1,5.
Read it all here: http://www.discogs.com/SOB-Napalm-Death-SOB-Napalm-Death/release/2195277
“Bell, book and candle, candle, book, bell,
Forwards and backwards to damn me to Hell.”
I still remember my scepticism when I was told that there was an English thrash band called Sabbat. I decided to give their lp a chance, and was rewarded with this beast of a thrash lp.
The lp here, is bought on Discogs, as my original lp was sold to my brother in one of our many trades.
And yeah, this record is recorded in West Germany.
At the time, there were three legendary bands that I really wanted to hear, Siege, Master and Repulsion. When this baby was released by Mr. Steer in 1989 on the Earache sub-label Necrosis, I was ecstatic.
And what a blast beat/distorted bass/gory lyric party I had. Still have for that matter…
Tonight I’m going to see Repulsion live here in Copenhagen, and frankly – I can’t wait!
Here is the Discogs info on the release I own: http://www.discogs.com/Extra-Hot-Sauce-Taco-Of-Death/release/383244
And here is the info on the us version on Arena Records (run by Glenn Evans of Nuclear Assault): http://www.discogs.com/Extra-Hot-Sauce-Taco-Of-Death/release/993682
I honestly can’t remember much about how I got this record, what I do recall is that I always have liked it a lot.
I can’t say I remember why I bought this… Me and Kenneth (my friend and fellow musicfreak through 30 years) had a thing for this lp heap many years ago… I recall something about a cool guitar solo or somesuch. Listening to it right now doesn’t make the famous bell ring.