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Artist: Slaughter

Title: Mass Slaughter

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1995

Label: EMI/Chrysalis

Catalog Number: CDP 532696

Personnel

Mark Slaughter lead vocals, guitar, keyboards
Dana Strum bass, guitar, backing vocals
Tim Kelly lead guitar, backing vocals
Blas Elias drums, percussion, backing vocals

Tracks

1.  Up All Night  
2.  Fly to the Angels  
3.  Spend My Life  
4.  Days Gone By  
5.  Eye to Eye  
6.  Real Love  
7.  Loaded Gun  
8.  Burnin' Bridges  
9.  Reach for the Sky  
10.  Streets of Broken Hearts  
11.  You Are the One  
12.  Shake This Place  
13.  She Wants More  
14.  Mad About You  
15.  The Wild Life  
16.  Hold On  
17.  Fly To the Angels live  
18.  Up All Night live  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: dokken6008 Date: April 8, 2002 at 11:51
A lousy introduction for those of who have YET to be introduced to one of the early nineties' most ignored and under-rated bands. Almost all of the tracks were yanked off of Slaughter's first and second records ('Stick It To Ya' & 'The Wild Life'). This "greatest hits" album is not that informative so if you are new to Slaughter, pick up 'Stick It To Ya', which is a much better intro to this band. 7.0/10

From: SPOTLIGHT Date: May 27, 2003 at 5:27
Haven't heard this album. But, I heard it was a record label release that the band was not happy with. Didn't they ask their fans not to support this release? Labels suck. No wonder people burn their own CD's anymore.

From: gammaRAYMAN Date: January 6, 2004 at 7:40
THE WORST OF THE WORST! ONE OF THE FEW I TOSSED. IT WAS A INSULT TO MY COLLECTION!

From: Rycheage Date: July 20, 2004 at 22:32
Not a bad collection if you don't own any Slaughter CD's. It does rely a tad much on the first 2 CD's. They should've waited till '98/'99 and they would've had more to choose from.

From: CC Date: March 4, 2005 at 10:18
There is a reason it only contains songs from the first two CDs,thats because thats all they had released prior to this! Fear no evil,released the same year,was on a different label & was possibly released at the same time or after this compilation!

From: brianrr600 Date: November 2, 2010 at 11:23
mark slaughter has the best sleazy hair vioce , love it !!!

From: 123charpenay Date: November 10, 2011 at 4:20
i recommand this cd s.cause at my taste in all slaughter s records there is some excellent songs,very average songs and very bad songs.so here you have a good selection of their best songs.this best of have his moments but there is more best songs (super hard u s)than average or bad songs.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: October 18, 2014 at 21:30
This band basically broke through because some certain hits here and there like for example "Real Love" which a good mid tempo song,"Eye To Eye" & "Burnin' Bridges" among other cuts that are more or less under the same pattern...even though the band was not that huge still got the attention of the media back then...a decent collectin that contains what we can call the resume of the,quite unbalanced,career...88/100

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: October 19, 2014 at 11:11
I disagree, Rick. Slaughter broke through for two reasons, and they are the first (and last) two songs on this compilation. "Up All Night" and "Fly To The Angels" were far and away the band's biggest hits. For about six months in 1990, you couldn't turn on MTV without seeing one of those two videos. If you need a third reason, there's "Spend My Life." Take those two songs out of the equation, and Slaughter were a marginal band. Beyond that, it seems like this compilation is really sketchy, and just seems to throw together randomly selected album tracks from the first two discs. Two of their less-played, but better, singles, "Desperately" and "Times They Change" are missing, in favor of deep cuts, including the two absolute WORST songs on Stick It To Ya, "She Wants More" and "Loaded Gun." I get that whoever put this out didn't have rights to the CMC albums, which is why only songs from the first two discs appear here. But even many of them don't seem to be chosen with any kind of attent

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: October 19, 2014 at 11:12
... attention to which songs were actually GOOD.


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