Warfare

Metal Anarchy: The Best of Warfare

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Warfare wishes to declare metal anarchy with Metal Anarchy: The Best of Warfare, a double-disc overview of the proto-thrash band's stint on the Neat label. This extensive digitally remastered set takes in four albums (one produced by Motörhead's Lemmy, a fan of the band) and an EP released between 1984 and 1988. Highlights from those records, such as "Total Armageddon (Full Scale Attack)," "Burn Down the King's Road," "Machine Gun Breath," "Rejoice the Feats of Quarantaine," "Blown to Bits," "Rabid Metal," and a fierce cover of Robert Palmer's "Addicted to Love" are included. As a bonus, a radio session is tacked on at the end of the second disc. One burning question: If the bandmembers received their wish of anarchy, who would deliver their fan mail?

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