sacred reich has allways stood for great thrash this cd was an instant classic in 90 with funk inspiration from faith no more/chilli peppers.but mainly heavy crunchy thrash guitars and could easliy stand in the same league as metallica at the time in 1990 after all the drummer tried out to fill dave lombardo of slayers drumm kit 87 with kerry king approval but the band felt he didn’t fit in so well?I have not heard this remastered version of the cd but the original is still vital in my cd collection today!
2009 digitally remastered edition of this album from the Phoenix-based Metal band, originally released in 1990. Often referred to as the band’s finest album, The American Way brought their Thrash roots to the fore while also adding some other less predictable musical styles into the mix. Eight tracks. Displeased.
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I have loved this band since the release of this CD. I once had it and sold it but now was my chance to get it and I finally have it back after well over 17yrs. Thanks Amazon for importing this CD and the chance to get it back again.
This album was out of print for the past 10 years. There was a time when I was hunting on ebay for a copy. The ebay price was usually more than $35.
Finally Amazon has this import version which sounds great and has almost double the songs of the original album. They included the album version and also pre-release versions of the songs. Also included with the CD is a Sacred Reich patch.
My only complaint is that this is a Digipack style case and I preffer jewel cases but although is twice the price of a regular CD (since it is an import) you will not go wrong with this….
Johnny can you hear me ?
Turn that music down……