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Spectrum of Death

Morbid Saint

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
1990
Catalog ID:
AM018
Label:
Avanzada Metálica
Format:
12" vinyl (33⅓ RPM)
Reviews:
19 reviews (avg. 95%)
Side A
1. Lock Up Your Children 03:30   Show lyrics
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2. Burned at the Stake 02:16   Show lyrics
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3. Assassin 07:03   Show lyrics
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4. Damien 02:46   Show lyrics
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Side B
5. Crying for Death 03:47   Show lyrics
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6. Spectrum of Death 00:42   instrumental
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7. Scars 07:09   Show lyrics
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8. Beyond the Gates of Hell 04:47   Show lyrics
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Band members
Pat Lind Vocals
Tony Paletti Bass
Lee Reynolds Drums
Jay Visser Guitars
Jim Fergades Guitars
Miscellaneous staff
Peter Lupini Producer (assistant)
Chris Michalek Engineering (assistant)
Mike Witte Engineering (assistant)
Al Pangeliron Engineering, Mixing
Eric "Griffy" Greif Producer, Mixing
Kyle Andre Photography
Pat Lind Vocals
Tony Paletti Bass
Lee Reynolds Drums
Jay Visser Guitars
Jim Fergades Guitars
Peter Lupini Producer (assistant)
Chris Michalek Engineering (assistant)
Mike Witte Engineering (assistant)
Al Pangeliron Engineering, Mixing
Eric "Griffy" Greif Producer, Mixing
Kyle Andre Photography
Read Greatest Thrash Album Ever? 100% RRMustaineRR March 5th, 2014
Read Follow The Saint 98% Metal_Thrasher90 November 30th, 2013
Read Morbid Saint - Spectrum of... 100% MetalThrasher07 June 28th, 2013
Read Grinds the rest to dust 100% Memnarch October 19th, 2012
Read Face = Gone 94% GuntherTheUndying July 2nd, 2012
Read Crying for Morbid Saint! 100% perishnflames March 29th, 2011
Read Vicious spectrum of thrash!!! 100% cravingforvenom August 26th, 2009
Read Gone Thrashin' Chapter 3:... 94% Empyreal January 28th, 2009
Read Pure "Teutonic" Thrash 91% Akerfeldt_Fanboi January 23rd, 2009
Read Fast and Brutal 99% shouvince December 23rd, 2008
Read Lock up YOUR children... 98% Wra1th1s June 1st, 2008
Read Sheer Thrash Brutality 90% CHRISTI_NS_ANITY8 February 26th, 2008
Read Crying for death, I feel no... 97% Sigillum_Dei_Ameth December 4th, 2007
Read Good One 76% Human666 June 11th, 2007
Read Spectrum Of Death - Better... 99% Mutant March 14th, 2007
Read Are you sure they're not... 90% Gutterscream August 18th, 2005
Read A long lost thrash classic... 95% Gio January 24th, 2005
Read stands the test of time! 100% GRIFF October 4th, 2003
Read Eddie lives! 89% UltraBoris July 17th, 2003

Recorded at Opus Recording (later known as Wave Digital once they removed the 2'' tape machines in favor of Akai Digital Audio Machines) in Gurnee, Illinois.

Originally released by the Mexican label Avanzada Metallica in 1990 on LP and tape.
Avanzada Metallica also released the album on CD in 1991 (cat # KCT 23) (confirmed by the band).

Reissues in chronological order:
• In 1989 by Edge Records as Lock Up Your Children.
• CD in 1992 by Grind Core International (89803-2).
• Tape in 1992 by Metal Mind Productions (MMP0031) licensed via Grind Core.
• CD in 2005 by Keltic Records with the Destruction System demo added as bonus tracks. This version was released without the band's consent and is considered a bootleg.
• LP in 2006 by No Colours Records. Limited to 300 copies. Also a bootleg.
• CD in 2008 by Power Play Records.
• LP in 2012 by Relapse Records.

The Grind Core Records version was bootlegged in Russia in 2013 and sold at online places like eBay.

In 2014, Gates of Hell Productions whose parent label is Avanzada Metálica, was planning a rerelease of this album in an A5 format, as part of Avanzada Metálica's series of rereleases of their back catalog, but ultimately the deal fell through and the rerelease didn't happen. Eighty copies of this rerelease were printed.

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