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Digitally remastered edition of this Death/thrash metal classic from 2002. Let's Start A War is Master's fifth album has turned out to be a solid and good-class disc containing guitar-heavy Death Metal that has a little more to offer besides aggressiveness. If you can't imagine what that is, let me tell you that Master can best be described as a mixture between Crowbar and Bold Thrower. And the bottom line from the whole story? Death Metal isn't reinvented here, but it still sounds good. And above all, the whole thing is memorable, even if you don't make friends the first time you hear it.
Digitally remastered edition of this Death/thrash metal classic from 2002. Let's Start A War is Master's fifth album has turned out to be a solid and good-class disc containing guitar-heavy Death Metal that has a little more to offer besides aggressiveness. If you can't imagine what that is, let me tell you that Master can best be described as a mixture between Crowbar and Bold Thrower. And the bottom line from the whole story? Death Metal isn't reinvented here, but it still sounds good. And above all, the whole thing is memorable, even if you don't make friends the first time you hear it.
8715392223020

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Format: CD
Label: NAPALM
Rel. Date: 06/10/2022
UPC: 8715392223020

Let's Start A War
Artist: Master
Format: CD
New: Available $14.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Cast One Vote
2. American Freedom
3. Miss Misery
4. Dictators
5. Let's Start a War
6. Protege
7. Every Dog Has It's Day
8. Command Your Fate
9. Purchase a New Handgun
10. Watch What You Wish for
11. Disturbed

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Digitally remastered edition of this Death/thrash metal classic from 2002. Let's Start A War is Master's fifth album has turned out to be a solid and good-class disc containing guitar-heavy Death Metal that has a little more to offer besides aggressiveness. If you can't imagine what that is, let me tell you that Master can best be described as a mixture between Crowbar and Bold Thrower. And the bottom line from the whole story? Death Metal isn't reinvented here, but it still sounds good. And above all, the whole thing is memorable, even if you don't make friends the first time you hear it.
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