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Slayer 'Show No Mercy' Limited Cassette

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Show No Mercy is the debut studio album by American thrash metal band Slayer, released on December 3, 1983, by Metal Blade Records. Brian Slagel signed the band to the label after watching them perform the song "Phantom of the Opera" by Iron Maiden. The band self-financed their full-length debut, combining the savings of vocalist Tom Araya, who was employed as a respiratory therapist, and money borrowed from guitarist Kerry King's father. Touring extensively promoting the album, the band brought close friends and family members along the trip, who helped backstage with lighting and sound.

Although the album was criticized for its poor production quality, it became Metal Blade's highest-selling release, producing the songs "The Antichrist," "Die by the Sword" and "Black Magic", which were played at Slayer's live shows regularly.

Track Listing...

A1. Evil Has No Boundaries
A2. The Antichrist
A3. Die By The Sword
A4. Fight Till Death
A5. Metalstorm / Face The Slayer

B1. Black Magic
B2. Tormentor
B3. The Final Command
B4. Crionics
B5. Show No Mercy

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