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Name:Nuclear Assault Survive [1988][FLAC] [WH]

Total Size: 219.61 MB

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Last Updated: 2010-01-26 11:22:09 (Update Now)

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 Tracked_by_UKB-KVCD.COM.txt

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 Torrent_downloaded_from_Demonoid.com.txt

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 Info.txt

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 Survive.cue

2.22 KB

 Nuclear Assault - Survive -

  Nuclear Assault - Survive.log

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  12 - Good Times Bad Times.flac

14.40 MB

  11 - Technology.flac

22.26 MB

  10 - PSA.flac

772.02 KB

  09 - Equal Rights.flac

19.70 MB

  08 - Wired.flac

20.71 MB

  06 - Got Another Quarter.flac

1.93 MB

  05 - Fight To Be Free.flac

29.41 MB

  04 - Survive.flac

19.71 MB

  03 - F#.flac

16.86 MB

  02 - Brainwashed.flac

18.14 MB

  01 - Rise From The Ashes.flac

20.69 MB

  00. Nuclear Assault - Survive.pls

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  00. Nuclear Assault - Survive.nfo

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  00. Nuclear Assault - Survive.m3u

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 Covers & Art

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  Get in Touch With Your Darkside.gif

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Nuclear Assault - Survive [1988][FLAC]-[WH]

219 MB EAC Lvl.8 Extremely Rare Out Of Print


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Nuclear Assault - Survive
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Artist...............: Nuclear Assault
Album................: Survive
Genre................: Thrash Metal
Source...............: CD
Year.................: 1988
Ripper...............: Exact Audio Copy (Secure mode) / Level 8 & TSSTcorp CDDVD SE-S204N
Codec................: Free Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC)
Version..............: reference libFLAC 1.2.1 20070917
Quality..............: Lossless, (avg. compression: 63 %)
Channels.............: Stereo / 44100 HZ / 16 Bit
Tags.................: VorbisComment

Ripped by............: Warlordhunter on 10/30/2008
Posted by............: Warlordhunter on 11/01/2008

Included.............: NFO, PLS, M3U, LOG, CUE
Covers...............: Front Back CD Leaflet

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Tracklisting
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1. (00:03:08) Nuclear Assault - Rise From The Ashes
2. (00:02:42) Nuclear Assault - Brainwashed
3. (00:02:29) Nuclear Assault - F#
4. (00:03:00) Nuclear Assault - Survive
5. (00:04:27) Nuclear Assault - Fight To Be Free
6. (00:00:21) Nuclear Assault - Got Another Quarter
7. (00:03:32) Nuclear Assault - Great Depression
8. (00:03:06) Nuclear Assault - Wired
9. (00:02:58) Nuclear Assault - Equal Rights
10. (00:00:10) Nuclear Assault - PSA
11. (00:03:14) Nuclear Assault - Technology
12. (00:02:15) Nuclear Assault - Good Times Bad Times

Playing Time.........: 00:31:22
Total Size...........: 207.98 MB

NFO generated on.....: 10/30/2008 11:17:48 AM


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Survive is an album by Nuclear Assault released in 1988 on vinyl, compact
disc and cassette. As of January 2007, it has yet to be reissued on CD, unlike
Nuclear Assault's other albums. It is very rare and "Out Of Print" making it a
collectors item. Fetching a handsome sum for private sellers.

Released June 13, 1988
Recorded Jan – Feb, 1988
The Music Grinder,
Los Angeles, California, USA
Genre Thrash metal
Crossover Thrash
Length 30:15
Label Relativity Records
Under One Flag
I.R.S. Records
Producer Randy Burns


Biography
Nuclear Assault were among thrash metal's most socially aware groups,
making room for serious subject matter (and occasional goofs) in their
careening speed metal riffing. They also remained closer to the world of
hardcore than most of their peers, and at their late-'80s peak released some
of the most uncompromising thrash metal offerings of the time. After
performing on Anthrax' 1984 debut Fistful of Metal, bass player Danny Lilker
decided to jump ship and search for a more aggressive outlet for his music.
Lilker formed Nuclear Assault with vocalist and guitarist John Connelly (also
briefly a member of Anthrax in its formative years) in 1985. Guitarist Mike
Bogush and drummer Scott Duboys only lasted a few months before being
replaced by guitarist Anthony Bramante and ex-T.T. Quick powerhouse
drummer Glenn Evans. One of the Big Apple's few challengers (along with
Anthrax and Overkill) to the Bay Area dominance of all things thrash metal,
Nuclear Assault became immediate contenders due to the cumulative sum of
its parts — not to mention, their extreme nature and their ability to back it up
with solid musicianship. Produced by metal stalwart Alex Perialas, their first
album, 1986's Game Over, was regarded as a breath of fresh air with its
potent speed metal tinged with hardcore overtones. In the process, fans and
critics alike instantly accepted it and the band was quickly off to the races.

The following year The Plague E.P. was an even more intense aural
experience, but also managed to introduce Nuclear Assault's dark sense of
humor with an ode to Mötley Crüe singer Vince Neil (fresh off his vehicular
manslaughter rap) on "Butt Fuck" (later retitled "You Figure It Out"). With
constant touring making up for their obvious commercial limitations, the band
continued to hone their craft in the studio, beginning with 1988's greatly
improved Survive and culminating in 1989 the outstanding Handle With Care.
The latter proved that the group could refine their political speed metal and
songwriting without compromising their anti-establishment stance, and was
supported by successful Euro tours with thrash titans Exodus, and later U.S.
jaunts with Testament and Savatage. 1990s Live
at Hammersmith Odeon video celebrated this great phase, and the band
came off the road having won a healthy dose of new believers. Shortly
afterwards the band released “Out Of Order” and in 1992 Dan Lilker left to
pursue Brutal Truth. The band released one more album (Something Wicked)
and broke up.

In early 2002 the band was approached by a mutual friend to reform for a
couple of shows. Their first reunion show was a the Metal Meltdown in April
and there they found out that their was a demand for the band to continue.
They played the classic NYC venue CBGB in May along with a show in
Massachusetts that was recorded for a live album to be released on
Screaming Ferret Wreckords in early 2003. After a triumphant performance
at the infamous Wacken Open Air festival in Germany in August, original
guitarist Anthony Bramante left the band due to commitments at home and
was replaced by Erik Burke. In September 2002 the band returned to Sao
Paolo, Brazil, where they had played back in 1989 with the then fledging
Sepultura opening.

Nuclear Assault is currently in the process of writing music for the first new
studio album in 10 years, and will be appearing at festivals thru Europe in
2003 and in the US on a mini tour thru the Southwest and West Coast in late
January and early February.

Official Home Page: h**p://www.nuclearassault.us/
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