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  1. The Greater of Two Evils, an Album by Anthrax. Released 23 November on Sanctuary (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Thrash Metal, Speed Metal. Featured peformers: Scott Ian (rhythm guitar, lead guitar, aka_text {background vocals} role_id aka_text), Charlie Benante (drums), Frank Bello (aka_text {bass guitar} role_id aka_text, aka_text {background vocals} role_id aka.
  2. My father rarely told the story, but he said he read The Bridge on the River Kwai during his stint in the Marine Corps, and upon reaching the climax of the book--which outraged him--he threw the novel overboard into the sea. And while I didn't throw it into the sea, Jack Henry Abbott's In the Belly of the Beast is the only book I've ever thrown away with deliberate intent--I simply wanted to /5(82).
  3. I Am The Law Belly Of The Beast N.F.L. Be All End All Gung-Ho Disc 2: 1. Anthrax 2. Lone Justice 3. In My World I might add a couple songs but over all very complete!good luck getting the 2 disc version,for the price you might not think it's worth it?but john delievers the goods!
  4. I Am the Law [Different Version] Additional Track Information Greater Of Two Evils buy CD music: Belly of the Beast [Different Version] NFL: Additional Track Information Greater Of Two Evils songs: This CD is incredible. Never before have I heard Anthrax sound so .
  5. Madhouse: The Very Best of Anthrax is the name of the sixteenth release, and second compilation album, by the band Anthrax. The album was released in by the Island Def Jam Music Group without the direct participation of any band member, unlike the release Return of the Killer A's. Such was the haphazard nature of the release that guitarist and founding member Scott Ian openly.
  6. She a wild lil' beast and I'ma let her ride on me Foreign outside, wide body ain't got no key And we touring out of town, bitch say she never see me Told bro we ain't take this route we was never gon' eat Glad I made it out the jungle I'ma feast with the belly of the beast Yeah, told you I'ma show you who I am Touchdown, came home from jail.
  7. So the album seemed much more weird and different to my ears than I expected. It was not the instant transportation into a realm of metal ecstasy that I assumed was in store for me. Hearing Bush shout out "I Am the Law" did not melt me face the first time I played it. It required a lot of listens for me to get into it/5().

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