Leave Me In Hell - Venom (8) - Live Official Bootleg (Vinyl, LP)

The remakes are stronger, due to the renewed enthusiasm of the band and the savage voice of Tony Dolan. Simply evil brilliance. Will definitely make any Venom fan turn over every gravestone looking for more CD's with the D-man on 'em. All tracks are ferociously fast, loud and crazy, venturing into punk territory at times, but with very little satanic foolishness.

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ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. While many fans and musicians see Venom as an important band, their music has nonetheless been the subject of debate. The biggest criticism is Satanism , which is the main driving force behind the band's music and album covers. Cronos explained in that the reasoning behind it is for entertainment purposes. I've always been interested in Satanism, but we're entertainers, and we used subjects like Satanism and paganism to entertain people, like horror movies do.

Listening to a Venom album is the same thing as watching an Evil Dead movie. I don't go around murdering virgins in my spare time. It's frustrating when people can't make that distinction; I mean, David Bowie 's not actually from Mars, is he? But we were always being misquoted in the press. Venom admit to dancing around a campfire with virgins? Critic Eduardo Rivadavia of AllMusic writes that though Welcome to Hell influenced "literally thousands" of bands, Venom were "critically reviled".

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Top reviews from the United States. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. This eleven track hour's worth of skull-crushing thrash mayhem was recorded sometime in at London's own Hammersmith Odeon. Sound is pretty heavy, yet well balanced. I believe this may actually be a soundboard recording.

Either way, it kicks ass! Nice import from this trio that hails from Newcastle, UK. Turn this puppy UP! You have been warned. This is the concert that originally appeared on The 7th Date of Hell video live at the Hammersmith Odeon It's also one of two albums I've ever encountered that were actually painful to listen to through headphones.

However, seeing as these two factors actually add to the enjoyment of the album, no points are deducted for this. I am a little disappointed with the previously mentioned omission of tracks, especially since there was room on the disk for more music, and there was no real reason for their cut they honestly weren't that much worse than the stuff on here already.

I was also disappointed with the lack of a proper booklet, and the all around lack of thought put into the packaging. So, if you're looking for a top notch live performance Why are you listening to Venom?

Recommended for fans and people with a good sense of humor, people who already own the video should probably just skip this. In the words of Abbadon I'm not a very good drummer, and he's not a very good singer Any reasonable Venom fan must accept the unfortunate fact that this band stopped caring about their fans a long time ago.

Having failed in their mission to become as big as Kiss, Venom were forced to face the fact they musically speaking, they just weren't all that hot. They couldn't fall back on their performing skills, so instead they started flooding the market with re-packages of the same material and a blitzkrieg of live albums, or "assaults" as they assured us. Some are good, some are bad, and then there's Official Bootleg, which is abysmal.

Let me be clear on this: I love Venom, or rather I love what Venom were quite a long time ago. In a brief period of time ''84, they rewrote the rules on what extremity metal was capable of. But that time is over and has been over for some time. My point in bringing it up is that while I am a fan, I'm not such a sycophant that I'm blind to the torrent of crap this band have dumped upon us over the years. This is perhaps the worst of the lot.

Venom, in the live setting, have rarely delivered musically, often relying on their pyrotechnics to carry the day.

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8 Replies to “Leave Me In Hell - Venom (8) - Live Official Bootleg (Vinyl, LP)”

  1. Jan 22,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Live: Official Bootleg on Discogs/5(60).
  2. This unofficial version can be told apart from the official version in the following ways: 1. This version has a white colored spine with only the words "Official Bootleg" (official version has a red spine with "American Phonograph APK"). dowsoundcullaterni.meabsyluderbochanhillchrisamictrichul.co print quality is not as good on this version as the original on either the sleeve or the label.4/5(1).
  3. Label: American Phonograph - APKPD 12 • Format: Vinyl LP, Picture Disc • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Thrash, Heavy Metal Venom - Live Official Bootleg (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(9).
  4. Live release from British Black Metal band Venom recorded in the band’s hey day of the ’s this CD was released by Magnum Music. Track listing is 1. Leave Me in Hell 2. Countess Bathory 3. Die Hard 4. Seven Gates of Hell 5. Buried Alive 6. Don't Burn the Witch /5(3).
  5. Jan 22,  · Discogs: Vinyl, Live: Official Bootleg. リリースのクレジット、レビュー、トラックを確認し、購入。/5(57).
  6. Released: Format: Vinyl, LP, Picture DiscSleeve condition: GenericMedia condition: Very Good PlusTracklist:[A1] Leave Me In Hell[A2] Countess Bathory[A3] Die Hard[A4] Seven Gates Of Hell[A5] Buried Alive[A6] Don't Burn The Witch[B1] In Nomine Satanas[B2] Welcome To Hell[B3] War Head[B4] Stand Up And Be Counted[B5].
  7. Official Bootleg () [Live] by Venom. Labels: Cleopatra Records. Genres: Heavy Metal, Speed Metal. Songs: Leave Me in Hell, Countess Bathory, Die Hard, Seven Gates.
  8. This review is for Venom - Live [aka Official Bootleg], the one with the cyclops wolf on the cover. This is the soundtrack to the long out-of-print '7th Date of Hell' video recorded at the Hammersmith Odeon in Great show, but the performances aren't as tight as on the 'Alive in '85' [aka Live in London] video/5(7).

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