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Kreator 'Pleasure To Kill' Gatefold 2LP 180g Black Vinyl (Remastered)

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Pleasure to Kill is the second studio album by German thrash metal band Kreator, released in November 1986 by Noise Records. Pleasure to Kill is widely considered a thrash metal classic, as well as a landmark album in the history of thrash metal along with Master of Puppets by Metallica, Peace Sells... but Who's Buying? by Megadeth, Reign in Blood by Slayer, Eternal Devastation by Destruction and Darkness Descends by Dark Angel, all released in 1986.The lyrical themes follow those found on their first album Endless Pain, containing descriptions of macabre scenes of death and horror. Just like that album and Terrible Certainty, Kreator were mostly a three-piece band during the recording of Pleasure to Kill; on some early pressings, guitarist Michael Wulf, who was briefly a member of Kreator, was erroneously credited as a band member in the liner notes. 
Remastered in 2017, and reissued with 3 BONUS tracks off the "Flag Of Hate" EP. The vinyl includes sleevenotes from Mille Petozza

Track Listing

Side One

1. Choir Of The Damned
2. Ripping Corpse
3. Death Is Your Saviour
4. Pleasure To Kill
5. Riot Of Violence

Side Two

1. The Pestilence
2. Carrion
3. Command Of The Blade
4. Under The Guillotine

Flag Of Hate EP Bonus Tracks:

Side Three

1. Flag Of Hate
2. Take Their Lives

Side Four

1. Awakening Of The Gods




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