Slayer - Undisputed Attitude


6.4 | 578 votes |
Release date: 28 May 1996
Style: Thrash metal

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01. Disintegration/Free Money [Verbal Abuse cover]
02. Verbal Abuse/Leeches [Verbal Abuse cover]
03. Abolish Government/Superficial Love [T.S.O.L. cover]
04. Can't Stand You [Pap Smear cover]
05. Ddamm [Pap Smear cover]
06. Guilty Of Being White [Minor Threat cover]
07. I Hate You [Verbal Abuse cover]
08. Filler/I Don't Want To Hear It [Minor Threat cover]
09. Spiritual Law [D.I. cover]
10. Sick Boy [Charged GBH cover] [Japanese bonus]
11. Mr. Freeze [Dr. Know cover]
12. Violent Pacification [D.R.I. cover]
13. Memories Of Tomorrow [Suicidal Tendencies cover] [Japanese bonus]
14. Richard Hung Himself [D.I. cover]
15. I'm Gonna Be Your God [The Stooges cover]
16. Gemini

Guest review by
Stuart
Rating:
9.0
There are a number of ways of approaching this album. If you are a die hard late 70's early 80's punk fan you probably already know most of these songs and will be interested in Slayer's take on these punk classics. If however, you are like me and only have a vague yet disinterested awareness of the major players in the punk scene at the time you will look at the album in an entirely different light. I had never consciously heard any of the original versions of these songs and this album introduced me to most of the bands covered here for the first time. So I will look at it from a very different point of view.

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published 16.04.2008 | Comments (11)

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20.03.2012 - 09:55
Rating: 8
raymond2349
Great old school street punk album actually! It would be a 9/10 if this band is not called "slayer".
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03.05.2013 - 02:27
Marcel Hubregtse
Grumpy Old Fuck
People hating this album and loving Slayer have no idea where Slayer came from and what they stood for and esepcially Jeff, just listen to the two songs by his punk band. Tonight when Jeff passed away this is probably the most appropriate album too spin in his honour.
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Yesterday is dead and gone, tomorrow is out of sight
Dawn Crosby (r.i.p.)
05.04.1963 - 15.12.1996

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03.05.2013 - 03:43
Rating: 8
Angelic Storm
Melodious
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 03.05.2013 at 02:27

People hating this album and loving Slayer have no idea where Slayer came from and what they stood for and esepcially Jeff, just listen to the two songs by his punk band. Tonight when Jeff passed away this is probably the most appropriate album too spin in his honour.


Those two songs ("Ddamn" and "Can't Stand You") are simply crushing. It's a shame he couldn't have done more with Pap Smear, as that stuff is as intense as anything he came up with for Slayer. It was Jeff who brought the punk influence to Slayer, and it's fair to say, that was one of the major reasons why Slayer were so chaotic sounding. I still can't believe it about Jeff.....
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26.05.2014 - 06:58
Lit.
Account deleted
The only interesting thing they released after Seasons In The Abyss.
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02.07.2018 - 10:33
Rating: 1
Rekko
This is worse than Duran Duran's Thank You. The worst cover album I have ever heard. I hope I never have to hear it again.
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04.01.2019 - 07:46
Rating: 9
Y'know, this aint half bad contrary to popular opinion. As a punk rock & metal dude myself, i do appreciate where they found their influence in early hardcore punk rock music. And the punk rock sound blended with the infamous sloppy and spaztic guitar playing we all know and love about slayer, combined with the slight lyrical alterations to remind you that THIS IS SLAYER COVERING GREAT HARDCORE SONGS; if you dont find interest in punk and hardcore music and sloppy fun and catchy cover songs, stay away from this i guess
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