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SlayerShow No Mercy

Label:Roadrunner Records – RR 9868
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:Europe
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Thrash, Speed Metal

Tracklist

6
A1Evil Has No Boundaries
Lyrics ByHanneman*
Music By, Lyrics ByKing*
A2The Antichrist
Music ByKing*
Music By, Lyrics ByHanneman*
A3Die By The Sword
Music By, Lyrics ByHanneman*
A4Fight Till Death
Music By, Lyrics ByHanneman*
A5Metalstorm / Face The Slayer
Music ByHanneman*
Music By, Lyrics ByKing*
A6Aggressive Perfector
Music By, Lyrics By [Uncredited]Jeff Hanneman, Kerry King
66
B1Black Magic
Music ByHanneman*
Music By, Lyrics ByKing*
B2Tormentor
Music By, Lyrics ByHanneman*
B3The Final Command
Music ByHanneman*
Music By, Lyrics ByKing*
B4Crionics
Music By, Lyrics ByHanneman*, King*
B5Show No Mercy
Music By, Lyrics ByKing*
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Credits

Notes

Extra track A6 "Aggressive Perfector" previously released on the 1983 Metal Massacre Volume III LP compilation, misspelled on front cover as "Agressive Protector".

Printed lyric inner sleeve included.

Recorded and mixed in November 1983.
Mastered at MCA Whitney.

On sleeve:
℗ 1983 Roadrunner Productions B.V. Licensed from Metal Blade Records. Distributed in The Netherlands by CNR, Weesp, in Belgium by Indisc, Brussels, in Germany by Boots, Hannover, in Switzerland by Disctrade, Zürich. Manufactured in the Netherlands.

On center labels:
℗ 1984 Roadrunner Productions B.V.
Metal Blade Records
Made in Holland.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): RR 9868 - A // 53991-1- J
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): RR 9868 - B // 53992-1- J
  • Rights Society: STEMRA
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout: RR 9868 - A // 53991-1A
  • Matrix / Runout: RR 9868 - A // 53991-1B

Other Versions (5 of 173)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Show No Mercy (LP, Album, Tan Labels)Metal Blade RecordsMBR 1013US1983
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Show No Mercy (Cassette, Album)Enigma (4), Metal Blade RecordsEC1034, MBR 1013US1983
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Show No Mercy (LP, Album, White Label)Metal Blade RecordsMBR 1013US1983
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Show No Mercy (LP, Album)Far East Metal SyndicateSP25-5108Japan1984
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Show No Mercy (LP, Album, Black Label)Banzai RecordsBRC 1906Canada1984

Reviews

  • Stoooge's avatar
    Stoooge
    I have this record without MATRIX CODE, anyone else? Can it be a BOOTLEG?
    • albee213's avatar
      albee213
      Great sounding pressing. Comes with "Aggressive Perfector" and sounds a little out of place. Other than that this is a good way to get an early copy of this album.
      • makisgroove's avatar
        makisgroove
        Edited 9 years ago
        Historic & essential album. This album was the cause to start listening thrash/speed metal on 1988, when i listen to them first time.

        Anyway, the reason that i m here is that i would like to mark to anyone that this ALBUM, this SLAYER ALBUM is unique, is very different from the others which followed. We all know that (95%) many many debuts from many many bands (especially in thrash / speed / death metal)are 'primitive', raw without specific technical music elements & without good sound engineering (listen debuts from Megadeth, Exodus, Sepultura, Death, even Metallica's 'kill em all' which is a very good debut but it's not 'master of puppets') etc.etc..

        Show No Mercy is a different debut. For me this album is much more technical than the right next 3-4 (which i love them), with many turns & alternation in the rhythms on many songs. Also, i can listen clearly many NWOBHM influences in this album (sometimes reminds me the Iron Maiden's self titled & 'killers' album). Also, this is the most melodic album Slayer's album, many guitar riffs (not the one-way riffs as in the Mega Thrash Thing 'reign in blood').

        The most important is that is THE ONLY ALBUM THAT I CAN LISTEN MELODIC GUITAR SOLOS. Usually, King & Hanneman, have their own way to take their solos. Here, is the first time i listen nice build-up guitar solos.

        Anyway, i have to notice & make this review for this speed metal specific case debut.

        For me SLAYER is a band that i will always listen to my life. I love all their albums (except the 2-3 when Bostaph replaced Lombardo, huge drummer Bostaph but Lombardo is for Slayer, as Ringo was for Beatles).

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