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|1.||Metal on Metal||03:56||Show lyrics|
|3.||Stop Me||05:26||Show lyrics|
|4.||March of the Crabs||02:33||instrumental|
|6.||Heat Sink||03:57||Show lyrics|
|7.||Tag Team||04:09||Show lyrics|
|9.||Tease Me, Please Me||04:53||Show lyrics|
|Lips||Vocals (lead), Guitars (lead)|
|Dave Allison||Guitars (rhythm), Vocals (Track 3)|
|The Anvilites||Vocals (backing)|
|Bess Ross||Vocals (backing)|
|Andrew Warwick||Engineering (assistant)|
|Joe Primeau||Engineering (assistant)|
|Dean Motter||Art direction, Design|
|Chris "Vibes" Tsangarides||Producer, Engineering|
|To hell with tomorrow||82%||autothrall||January 3rd, 2012|
|"Meh"tal on Metal||65%||enshinkarateman||January 26th, 2010|
|Overlooked, Underrated Classic||89%||Basilisk||October 16th, 2009|
|Old-school classic,...||82%||Sigillum_Dei_Ameth||October 4th, 2009|
|Vigor and drive stampeding...||87%||Gutterscream||April 21st, 2005|
Originally released on vinyl and tape.
Re-released on picture vinyl in 1983 by S.P.I. (PD 120 1130).
Re-released on CD in 1985 by Roadrunner Records.
Re-released as a 2-in-1 CD titled Molten Masterpieces by Attic Records in 1989, along with the band's debut, "Hard'n'Heavy". This version omits 2 tracks from the debut.
Re-released again in 2009 by Unidisc Music Inc. (but Attic logo is present too on the backcover) in digipak.
Re-released on CD in 2003 by Unidisc.