Deicide ‎– Legion

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Tracklist

A1 Satan Spawn, The Caco-Daemon
A2 Dead But Dreaming
A3 Repent To Die
A4 Trifixion
B5 Behead The Prophet (No Lord Shall Live)
B6 Holy Deception
B7 In Hell I Burn
B8 Revocate The Agitator

Notes

A1 is misspelled "Satan Spawn. The Caco-Daemon" inside j-card, and "Satan Spawn The Caco-Daemon" on j-card's flap.
B7 is misspelled "In Hell Burn", both inside j-card and on flap.
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Tracks are listed sequentially, regardless of sides.
Unofficial Bulgarian cassette version. Released on regular tape with simple full colour cover and tracklisting on back/flap. The actual track positioning can vary depending on the length of tape used for the dubbing process.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RCD 9192 Deicide Legion(CD, Album) R/C Records RCD 9192 US 1992 Sell This Version
RC 9192-2 Deicide Legion(CD, Album, RP) R/C Records RC 9192-2 Europe Unknown Sell This Version
3984-15303-1 Deicide Legion(LP, Album, RE, RP, BLA) Metal Blade Records 3984-15303-1 US 2015 Sell This Version
S9988 Deicide Legion(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Starling S9988 Poland Unknown Sell This Version
RC 9192-2, RC9192 Deicide Legion(CD, Album) R/C Records, The All Blacks B.V. RC 9192-2, RC9192 Australia 1992 Sell This Version

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bloodfeast07

bloodfeast07

August 24, 2015
amazing death metal release. still remains in my top 5 favorite death metal releases ever. a lot of deicide fans enjoy once upon the cross the most. that is a solid album as well, but to me as far as deicide goes, legion is where its at. creepy intro, blistering fast and technical riffs, on time blast beat drumming, laced with blasphemous lyrics. and in my opinion, glen's vocals are the most evil on this one. legion takes no prisoners and never lets up in its brutality. clocking in at under 30 minutes this classic reminds me of slayer's reign in blood release. not as in the music but as in just a very short, sweet, and to the point speed fest. the guitars and drums are so technically fast along with the ultra evil vocals makes it very dense and doesn't really seem to be that short of a release. legion comes off as an experience best absorbed by a front to back listen. a must own for deicide fans.