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Category: Melodic Metal
Label: Metal Blade Records
Catalog Number: MBR 1019
|3.||Victim of the Insane|
|4.||Revelation (Life or Death)|
|5.||Bastards Will Pay|
|6.||The Fall of Lucifer|
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|From: Kim||Date: June 9, 2002 at 16:41|
|This album really rocked my bedroom for a while (The girls hated it) Great music, and If I were to make a compilation of Fast hardhitting metal tracks, The track Assasin would be on that cd. They are one of my favorite bands.|
|From: e.t. amuleaghee||Date: January 30, 2003 at 10:37|
|heck yeah. my favorite one of theirs. for a Jr. high school kid into Metallica and Sabbath in 86, 87. these guys were a God-send, literally. I first heard of them at a Christian summer camp. so I could always ask relatives for copies of their albums. White Metal is what I think they called it. metal with a positive message. I didn't really care though, they just rocked. Heavy Metal with some great unique sounding vocals. my copy has a cover of "Tales of Brave Ulysses".|
|From: Blue Tequila||Date: May 29, 2003 at 1:31|
|I just picked up the retitled version of this cd called Psalm 9. The cover is different and it contains an extra track "Tales of Brave Ulysses" (done originally by Cream). Very cool sound, like a Christian Black Sabbath with a Jon Oliva (Savatage) sounding lead singer.|
|From: Impaler||Date: February 28, 2004 at 13:13|
|This band was soooo heavy and kicked soooo much ass! This album is titled "Psalm 9" and NOT "Trouble" and NEVER was released as "Trouble", even the cover above says "Psalm 9" in the lower right corner, if your gonna submit stuff then get it right. This and their other album (not listed on the site) from 1984 are 2 all time classics. Pantera meets Black Sabbath.|
|From: MIKE S||Date: June 11, 2004 at 1:37|
|One of my fave all time bands - to list this as prog rock is laughable - TROUBLE has elements of doom, power & thrash(& on later efforts psychadelic)and make no mistake this is as METAL as metal gets. Never seemed to raise above cult status even after releasing 6 stellar LPs(The Skull & Plastic Green Head missing here). They also released a 5 track demo cd entitled "One For The Road" that was a 1500 copy print only distributed in Europe. New release(working title "7")is long overdue for release.|
|From: Fat Freddy||Date: December 22, 2006 at 10:58|
|Attention Trouble fans... the PSALM 9 and THE SKULL albums have just been re-issued by Escapi Records and each have bonus DVDs included full of vintage live material. I just got the PSALM 9 reissue and the DVD is SWEET!|
|From: hair metal again||Date: September 23, 2011 at 8:45|
|excellent debut by TROUBLE with their unique heavy-hard rockin sound,amazing guitar work and scary vocs.they created a special atmosphere and vibe and the result is quite impressivw!highlight of course the "assassin" and "the tempter".great start from a great band|
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