Sepultura ‎– Arise

Roadrunner Records ‎– RR 9328-2
CD, Album



Recorded at Morrisound Recording, Tampa, FL.
Mixed at Quantum Sound Studios, Jersey City, NJ.
Mastered by Howie Weinberg at Masterdisk, New York, NY.
Sound effects created at Soundsmith Productions.

This is the typical release from times when photoshot didn't exist, what allows you to see how inserts have been patched to transform the inserts from Roadracer versions into the Roadrunner ones, but they forgot to change two things:
- in spines still can be read Roadracer intead of Roadrunner, however the catalog number begins with RR instead of RO
- in the booklet remains the cat # of roadracer version (RO 9328 2)

All other refferences are to Roadrunner Records:

-Printed in CD:
Roadrunner Records logo
Made in U.S.A. by DMI
-Printed in back cover:
Roadrunner Records logo
(p)1991 Roadrunner Records And Music Publishing CO., Inc./ Roadrunner Productions B.V.
(c)1991 Roadrunner Records And Music Publishing CO., Inc.

Other Versions (5 of 125) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ELD. CD. 7086, ELD-CD 7.086 Sepultura Arise(CD, Album) Estúdio Eldorado, Estúdio Eldorado, Roadracer Records, Roadracer Records ELD. CD. 7086, ELD-CD 7.086 Brazil 1991 Sell This Version
RCD 9328 Sepultura Arise(CD, Album, Club) R/C Records RCD 9328 Canada Unknown Sell This Version
JRCD-1033, RO 9328-2 Sepultura Arise(CD, Album) Jigu Records, Roadracer Records JRCD-1033, RO 9328-2 South Korea 1994 Sell This Version
704 Sepultura Arise(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Vivo (4) 704 Europe Unknown Sell This Version
RR 8763-2 Sepultura Arise(CD, Album, Club, RE, RM) Roadrunner Records RR 8763-2 US Unknown Sell This Version


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July 15, 2015
I just won a Japanese cd from a company called Apollon, does anyone else have this?


April 14, 2015
A must have for any thrash metal fan on this planet. Away from their previous or later albums, which are respectable. Also, this is one of the best Scott Burns' works in the studio.


March 23, 2015
edited over 3 years ago
One of the greatest trash metal albums out there. This is Seputtura at their best. Desperate Cry and Dead Embryonic Cells will have you turning the volume up and Arise will blow you away. My Favourite Sepultura album by far.