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Undisputed Attitude

Slayer

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
May 28th, 1996
Catalog ID:
74321 35759 2
Label:
American Recordings
Format:
CD
Reviews:
10 reviews (avg. 78%)
1. Disintegration / Free Money (Verbal Abuse cover) 01:41   Show lyrics
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2. Verbal Abuse / Leeches (Verbal Abuse cover) 01:57   Show lyrics
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3. Abolish Government / Superficial Love (T.S.O.L. cover) 01:47   Show lyrics
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4. Can't Stand You 01:27   Show lyrics
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5. Ddamm 01:01   Show lyrics
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6. Guilty of Being White (Minor Threat cover) 01:06   Show lyrics
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7. I Hate You (Verbal Abuse cover) 02:16   Show lyrics
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8. Filler / I Don't Want to Hear It (Minor Threat cover) 02:28   Show lyrics
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9. Spiritual Law (D.I. cover) 02:59   Show lyrics
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10. Mr. Freeze (Dr. Know cover) 02:23   Show lyrics
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11. Violent Pacification (D.R.I. cover) 02:37   Show lyrics
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12. Richard Hung Himself (D.I. cover) 03:21   Show lyrics
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13. I'm Gonna Be Your God (The Stooges cover) 02:58   Show lyrics
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14. Gemini 04:53   Show lyrics
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Band members
Kerry King Guitars
Jeff Hanneman (R.I.P. 2013) Guitars, Lyrics (tracks 4-5)
Tom Araya Vocals, Bass, Lyrics (track 14)
Paul Bostaph Drums
Miscellaneous staff
Dennis Keeley Artwork
Michael Lavine Photography (front & back booklet)
Wes Benscoter Illustration
Dirk Walter Art direction, Design
Ralph Cacciurri Engineering (assistant)
Jim Giddens Engineering (assistant)
Bryan Davis Engineering (assistant)
Bill Smith Engineering (assistant)
Greg Gordon Engineering
Stephen Marcussen Mastering
Dave Sardy Producer, Mixing
Rick Rubin Executive producer
Kerry King Guitars
Jeff Hanneman (R.I.P. 2013) Guitars, Lyrics (tracks 4-5)
Tom Araya Vocals, Bass, Lyrics (track 14)
Paul Bostaph Drums
Dennis Keeley Artwork
Michael Lavine Photography (front & back booklet)
Wes Benscoter Illustration
Dirk Walter Art direction, Design
Ralph Cacciurri Engineering (assistant)
Jim Giddens Engineering (assistant)
Bryan Davis Engineering (assistant)
Bill Smith Engineering (assistant)
Greg Gordon Engineering
Stephen Marcussen Mastering
Dave Sardy Producer, Mixing
Rick Rubin Executive producer
Read Punk As Fuck / Metal As Death 82% televiper11 May 16th, 2013
Read Not too shabby. 75% caspian May 29th, 2009
Read Lots of Fun! 90% corviderrant January 21st, 2009
Read "Can't Stand the Way You... 96% HanSathanas August 1st, 2007
Read Slayer Does Hardcore and... 90% DawnoftheShred January 6th, 2007
Read Angry and fun!!! 100% grindorr October 26th, 2004
Read Kinda fun, if ya like punk 50% UltraBoris May 17th, 2004
Read Oh man...STAY AWAY 32% langstondrive October 4th, 2003
Read old. school. hardcore. 85% ironasinmaiden February 7th, 2003
Read Slayer goes punk 75% skolnick February 7th, 2003

Back cover skulls by: Dennis Keeley.

Bonus track on non-US releases:
10. Sick Boy (GBH cover) (02:14)
Japanese bonus track:
13. Memories of Tomorrow (Suicidal Tendencies cover) (00:57)

Tracks 4-5 were previously unreleased recordings of Pap Smear, a shortlived punk side-project of Jeff Hanneman, Dave Lombardo and Rocky George (from Suicidal Tendencies). DDAMM means 'Drunk Drivers Against Mad Mothers').

The Stooges song "I'm Gonna Be Your Dog" was re-titled "I'm Gonna Be Your God" by the band.

Trivia: rumour has it that the picture in the foldout of a man with his brains blown out is of Kurt Cobain.

Recording information:

Recorded at Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, CA.
Additional recording and mixing at Hollywood Sound, Los Angeles, CA.
Mastered at Precision Mastering.
Co-produced by Slayer.

Identifiers:

Barcode: 0 9362-43072-2 8

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