Razor (2)

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Speed / Thrash metal band from Guelph, Ontario, Canada.
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Razor (2) Discography Tracks

Albums

Razor (2) - Armed And Dangerous album art Razor (2) Armed And Dangerous (MiniAlbum) Voice Records (5) Canada 1984 Sell This Version
Razor (2) - Executioner's Song album art Razor (2) Executioner's Song (Album) Viper Records (5) Europe 1985 Sell This Version
Razor (2) - Evil Invaders album art Razor (2) Evil Invaders (Album) Viper Records (5) Canada 1985 Sell This Version
Razor (2) - Malicious Intent album art Razor (2) Malicious Intent (Album) Viper Records (5) Canada 1986 Sell This Version
Razor (2) - Custom Killing album art Razor (2) Custom Killing (Album) Fringe Product, Fist Fight Records (2) Canada 1987 Sell This Version
Razor (2) - Violent Restitution album art Razor (2) Violent Restitution (Album) Fringe Product, Fist Fight Records (2) US 1988 Sell This Version
Razor (2) - Shotgun Justice album art Razor (2) Shotgun Justice (Album) Fringe Product Canada 1990 Sell This Version
Razor (2) - Open Hostility album art Razor (2) Open Hostility (Album) Fringe Product Canada 1991 Sell This Version
Razor (2) - Decibels album art Razor (2) Decibels (Album) Hypnotic Records Canada 1997 Sell This Version
Razor (2) - Live! Osaka Saikou 大阪最高 album art Razor (2) Live! Osaka Saikou 大阪最高 (Album) Rock Stakk Records, Rock Stakk Records Japan 2016 Sell This Version
FPL 3041 Razor (2) - Custom Killing album art Razor (2) Custom Killing(CD, Album, RE) Fringe Product, Fist Fight Records (2) FPL 3041 Canada Unknown Sell This Version

Compilations

TECP-25595 Razor (2) - Hobbs Angel Of Death Vs Razor album art Hobbs Angel Of Death / Razor (2) Hobbs Angel Of Death / Razor (2) - Hobbs Angel Of Death Vs Razor(CD, Comp) Teichiku Records TECP-25595 Japan 1990 Sell This Version
FPD3133 Razor (2) - Exhumed album art Razor (2) Exhumed(2xCD, Comp) Fringe Product FPD3133 Canada 1994 Sell This Version

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hookaduck

hookaduck

April 14, 2017
Superb album as heavy as hell. Dave Carlo knows how to grind out tone, power and heaviness from his axe and this album is a perfect example. Don't worry about the remasters. I have the original Lp, steamhammer CD and the Relapse Remaster CD. The remaster sounds awesome bringing out all the power and intended tone and slam of the instruments. I don't care if its been compressed a little - i actually don't know if it has or not. IMO it sounds great, far better than the previous CD (which is in 3rd place) and also better than the LP which still sounds great.

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