Uncle Sam's Debut Album, "Say Uncle," To Be Reissued
80's crossover thrash band Uncle Slam's debut album, "Say Uncle" (1988), is being worked on and slated for reissue in January 2010. "Say Uncle" was originally released on LP and cassette and featured ex-Suicidal Tendencies drummer, Amery Smith.
The album was produced by metal veteran Randy Burns who is known for his work on metal classics such as "Peace Sells…Who’s Buying?" (Megadeth), "Extreme Aggression" (Kreator), "Darkness Descends" (Dark Angel), "Survive" (Nuclear Assault) and "Seven Churches" (Possessed).
"Say Uncle" also features the timeless illustrations by Michael Seiff (Suicidal Tendencies, No Mercy, Excel and Wasted Youth). Before disbanding in the mid 90's UNCLE SLAM eventually released three albums ("Say Uncle," "Will Work For Food" and "When God Dies").
Divebomb Records will be releasing this long lost classic on CD for the first time outside Japan. It has been remastered by none other than Jamie King at The Basement Studios.
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