Lääz Rockit - Know Your Enemy

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Release date: 16 September 1987
Style: Bay Area thrash metal


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Disc I [CD]
01. Demolition
02. Last Breath
03. Euroshima
04. Most Dangerous Game
05. Shot To Hell
06. Say Goodbye M.F.
07. Self Destruct
08. Means To An End
09. I'm Electric
10. Mad Axe Attack
11. Shit's Ugly

Disc II [re-release DVD live at Aardschokdag, Eindhoven 1986]
01. Blackstabber
02. Prelude
03. Dreams Die Hard
04. Guitar Solo
05. Forced To Fight
06. Spared From The Fire
07. Wrecking Machine
08. Caught In The Act
09. City's Gonna Burn

Top 20 albums of 1987: 18

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Few bands skimmed genres as effortlessly as Lääz Rockit did. Starting with the obviously Judas Priest-influenced No Stranger to Danger the band would get heavier with each release until settling three albums later with a sound similar to Slayer. Know Your Enemy, the immediate follow-up and the album reviewed here, is a curiosity as it's fusion of traditional, non-speed metal sensibilities with thrash was something no other band attempted for more than a song or two.

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15.12.2015 - 19:35
Rating: 7
Good, but could be way better IMO. Needs more songs like "Most Dangerous Game".
The guitar is my sword, I'll fight 'til I die /../

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