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Slice of Doom 1999-2002

Reverend Bizarre

Type:
Compilation
Release date:
April 6th, 2004
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
PsycheDOOMelic Records
Format:
CD
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1. Pyramids of Mars 02:18  
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2. Intro 01:15   Show lyrics
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3. In the Rectory of the Bizarre Reverend 10:30   Show lyrics
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4. Strange Horizon 08:50   Show lyrics
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5. Fucking Wizard 10:35   Show lyrics
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6. Outro 01:31  
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7. First edition hidden track 04:42   Show lyrics
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8. Second edition hidden track 02:03  
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9. Excerpt from the "Lohja-era" rehearsal tape 04:32  
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10. Funeral Summer 09:36   Show lyrics
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11. Doomsower 04:52   Show lyrics
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12. Dark World (Saint Vitus cover) 06:38   Show lyrics
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13. Doom over the World 06:55   Show lyrics
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Miscellaneous staff
Petri Rinne Mastering
Albert Cover art and booklet design, mastering
John Gallo Cover art and booklet design
Petri Rinne Mastering
Albert Cover art and booklet design, mastering
John Gallo Cover art and booklet design
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Lineup:
Albert Witchfinder - Bass, vocals
Peter Vicar - Guitars
Earl of Void - Drums

Drums in track 9 played by Juippi.

Additional guitar solo in track 5 played by Anton "Satan's Claw" Q-Pias.

Backing vocals and noises on track 13 by The Choir of Rotten Souls: Albert, Peter, Void, and Toni.

Includes all the sonic and visual material that appeared on the different editions of the "Slice of Doom" demo.

All songs written by Albert Witchfinder, except tracks 1 and 12.
All tracks produced by Reverend Bizarre.
Mastered for this definitive edition by Petri Rinne and Albert Witchfinder, August 2003.
Cover art and booklet design by Albert with John Gallo. The cover is an imitation of Blue Cheer's debut album "Vincebus Eruptum."

  • Track 1: From first edition. Based on the Doctor Who theme by Ron Grainer. Recorded in August, 1999.
  • Track 2: From second edition.
  • Tracks 3-5: Recorded in August, 1999.
  • Track 6: From second edition.
  • Track 7: From first edition. Recorded by the band with a c-cassette player some days before the first gig, 1999.
  • Track 8: From second edition. Recorded live in DownTown, 21.7.2000.
  • Track 9: Excerpt from the "Lohja-era" rehearsal tape featuring the original line-up. Previously unreleased. Recorded by the band with a c-cassette player in AVA, Lohja around the year 1995.
  • Track 10: Previously featured on Out of Focus I compilation. Recorded in February, 2000.
  • Track 11: Recorded for At the Mountains of Madness II compilation; previously unreleased. Recorded in February, 2000.
  • Track 12: Recorded for Saint Vitus tribute A Timeless Tale; previously unreleased. Recorded in January, 2001.
  • Track 13: Recorded for and featured on Doom... or be Doomed compilation. Recorded Feb-March 2001. A music video was made for the song, directed by Ville Tikkanen.

    The samples in tracks 2 & 6 are from the American film The Brotherhood of Satan (1971), directed by Bernard McEveety.
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