Exodus Thrash Classics "Impact Is Imminent" and "Force Of Habit" Back In Print
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Caroline Records has announced the March 11th release of two classic remastered Exodus albums, "Impact Is Imminent" and "Force Of Habit," as limited edition Japanese-style mini-vinyl CDs, offering a scaled down replica of the original vinyl release in CD format, complete with inner sleeves. Both albums will be available digitally as well.
Arguably the first American Thrash band (Metallica’s Kirk Hammet was a founding member), Exodus came from the Bay Area scene that created Metallica, Megadeth, Death Angel, Testament and Vio-lence. Exodus jumped from Combat Records to Capitol in the early 90’s, supporting these releases on tours with Pantera, Suicidal Tendencies, Anthrax, Motörhead, Black Sabbath, Metallica, and Megadeth. Both "Impact Is Imminent" and "Force Of Habit" have been out of print for over ten years and command high prices on the secondary market.
Exodus has just completed a US tour and will start European dates in London on April 8th.
Here are the album reissue track listings:
Impact Is Imminent (originally released in 1990):
1. Impact Is Imminent
3. The Lunatic Parade
4. Within The Walls Of Chaos
5. Objection Overruled
6. Only Death Decides
7. Heads They Win (Tails You Lose)
8. Changing Of The Guard
9. Thrash Under Pressure
Force Of Habit (originally released in 1992) - includes two bonus tracks:
1. Thorn in My Side
2. Me, Myself & I
3. Force of Habit
5. Fuel for the Fire
6. One Foot in the Grave
7. Count Your Blessings
8. Climb Before the Fall
9. Architect of Pain
10. When It Rains It Pours
11. Good Day to Die
12. Pump It Up
13. Feeding Time at the Zoo
14. Crawl Before You Walk
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