• 1.
    Deranged
  • 2.
    'Till Death Do Us Part
  • 3.
    Parasite
  • 4.
  • 5.
    Faster Than You'll Ever Live to Be

Review

Despite their crucial involvement in the development of thrash metal, by 1987 San Francisco's Exodus were playing a game of catch-up. Upstarts Metallica had first stolen their thunder, then their guitarist, and after a yearlong delay that rendered their seminal debut, Bonded by Blood, rather archaic, the group experienced a tumultuous lineup change with the departure of founding vocalist Paul Baloff and the arrival of ex-Testament singer Steve Souza prior to the recording of Pleasures of the Flesh. By and large, the throat-shredding vocal styles of both frontmen proved to be pretty much interchangeable. ~ Eduardo Rivadavia, Rovi

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