Player (2) ‎– Angel Of Theft

Jef Am Recordings ‎– BLOOD 001
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Single Sided, Etched, Limited Edition, Red


A Angel Of Theft 6:26


The backside is etched with a pentagram. Packaged in a clear plastic sleeve.

The track itself is a drill'n'bass remix of Slayer's "Raining Blood", "Angel Of Death" and other thrash metal and created by Amon Tobin and by the owner of Ninja Tune North America.

Limited edition of 400 copies.

In 2012, track was released and featured officially in Amon Tobin box-set.


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May 27, 2008

One of my prized possessions, this record. The red vinyl with the etched pentagram really makes it a one of a kind and I can see why it's such a collector's item. That being said, I don't know if I'd say it's worth the extreme prices it sometimes fetches. After all, 400 copies isn't exactly the rarest of the rare. But I guess, if you want it bad enough.

It really is a killer tune though, perfect for the peak of your set. Play it loud and the drop is simply amazing. The classic Slayer riff sounds like it was made to go with the crisp, pressurized breakbeats. It's well produced with very high energy and maybe enough crossover appeal to bring those drum & bass heads over to the dark side. It'll definitely perk your ears up the first time you hear it snuck into a set.

If you like this, I'd highly recommend that you check out a certain track on the Barn Compilation. The two go together like lamb and tunafish. Or Sonny and Cher. Or... something.


April 21, 2004

This is an awesome track, if anyone went to 2003's Leeds or Reading festival's and saw Amon Tobin, you will remember this as his finale track. A drill 'n' bass remix of Slayer's "Angel of Death" this a mental song, I suggest you grab a copy if you can find one, (limited to 400).