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Armed and Dangerous

Anthrax

Type:
EP
Release date:
February 1985
Catalog ID:
MRS-05
Label:
Megaforce Records
Format:
12" vinyl (33⅓ RPM)
Reviews:
9 reviews (avg. 62%)
Side A
1. Armed and Dangerous 06:07   Show lyrics
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2. Raise Hell 04:03   Show lyrics
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Side B
3. God Save the Queen (Sex Pistols cover) 03:02   Show lyrics
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4. Metal Thrashing Mad (Live) 02:51   Show lyrics
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5. Panic (Live) 03:45   Show lyrics
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Band members
Joey Belladonna Vocals (Tracks 1 - 5)
Dan Lilker Bass (Tracks 6, 7)
Neil Turbin Vocals (Tracks 6, 7)
Charlie Benante Drums (Tracks 1 - 6)
Frank Bello Bass (Tracks 1 - 5)
Dan Spitz Guitars (lead)
Scott Ian Guitars (rhythm)
Greg D'Angelo Drums (Track 7)
Miscellaneous staff
George Marino (R.I.P. 2012) Mastering
Norman Dunn Engineering
Alex Perialas Engineering
Jon Zazula Executive producer
Carl Canedy Producer
Joey Belladonna Vocals (Tracks 1 - 5)
Dan Lilker Bass (Tracks 6, 7)
Neil Turbin Vocals (Tracks 6, 7)
Charlie Benante Drums (Tracks 1 - 6)
Frank Bello Bass (Tracks 1 - 5)
Dan Spitz Guitars (lead)
Scott Ian Guitars (rhythm)
Greg D'Angelo Drums (Track 7)
George Marino (R.I.P. 2012) Mastering
Norman Dunn Engineering
Alex Perialas Engineering
Jon Zazula Executive producer
Carl Canedy Producer
Read Armed and Dangerous 50% Noctir November 11th, 2011
Read Not so dangerous. 58% Ibanezmancons August 13th, 2011
Read Two reasons to complete... 85% morbert August 18th, 2009
Read They're getting better... 70% TableofHELL May 8th, 2007
Read A mixed bag 69% Mungo January 20th, 2007
Read You guys are being a touch... 75% brocashelm June 13th, 2006
Read A Useful Tool In 1985, Only... 50% TadGhostal June 13th, 2006
Read Interesting back then,... 55% gasolinedream August 12th, 2003
Read An odd little EP 46% UltraBoris August 13th, 2002

The first two tracks are special pre-released version.
The last two tracks are actually from the first Anthrax 7" "Soldiers of Metal". They were unavailable since 1983.

Released on CD by Music For Nations in 1991.

Re-released by SPV in 1998 with the "Fistful of Metal" album as a 2xCD set.

Recording information:

Produced by Anthrax as well.
Recorded at: Pyramid Studios, N.Y.
Mastered at Sterling Sound, N.Y.C.
Album Coordination: Music Connection, N.Y.C.

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