Some copies may have a sticker on front case: "The Original members of Killing Joke plus Dave Grohl on drums. Includes Loose Cannon - 5126022000". Some copies may have a sticker on front case "VISIONS empfiehlt THE ORIGINAL MEMBERS OF KILLING JOKE and DAVE GROHL ON DRUMS." Fold-out inlay contains lyrics and credits.
Recorded at the Beauchamp Building, London. Produced and mixed for Big Life Management. LA drum session recorded at Grand Master Studios. Master editor at The Edit Suite, mastered at Marcussen Mastering, LA.
Looks like the seriously expensive vinyl box set in flight case has been pulled / revised & is now a 4 album (8LP) set featuring this album but at £140 a set, needs to be released individually, far too pricey
On Steve Hoffman forums, someone mentioned that they were going to release it sometime by the end of this year, but it would be a remastered and expanded version. Work has already been done remastering the album and the new artwork by Mike Coles which is not the cover used on the CD version. It was also supposed to have been released in an expensive pledge box set with all the studio albums, but that did not seem to go through. The plan all along was to have this released as a stand alone vinyl. Perhaps it will get released eventually, but maybe it has been delayed.
Two things... First, I have to agree with the rest of the posts here. This is in desperate need of a vinyl pressing. Second, is there a version out there that is not censored in Total Invasion? Specifically "It's a f****** crusade". It seems that every version I have heard has it censored.
The English band Killing Joke was founded in 1978 and plays a mix of metal, punk and industrial as well as light disco-influences are audible. Especially in the 1980s, the band was good and were a lot of records. In 1988 loved Killing Joke officially to exist but with ' incidental ' releases in 1990, 1994, 1996 and 2003, the band never actually been away at all. Striking is that the plates in the 1990s come true all very hard and aggressive. This self-titled album put that line tirelessly. Singer and keyboardist Jaz Coleman has all his frustration and anger over the past few years in ten songs to know gags and the whole also by Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl and Nirvana drummer drums. The result? An explosive metal/industrial-album to the best work of Killing Joke.