I owned “The Crucified” self-titled album on cassette, which I purchased back in ‘89 and was thrilled to see that their entire collection is now available. I recently purchased the MP3 download of this collection. I only wish that I had looked closer and realized that this is available as a two CD and one DVD set before purchasing the MP3s. If you are looking at the MP3s, consider buying the hard copies of the music instead because, at the time of writing this review, you’ll get a DVD included.
If you look their albums up on their website, you find that you’re getting the songs from: “KGB” (1985); “Take Up Your Cross” (1986); “Nailed” (1987); “The Crucified” (1989); “LIVE at the New Order” (1989); “The Pillars of Humanity” (1991); “Light from the Underground Vol. I” (1994) – Power Of God & “Songs You’ve Never Heard: Light from the Underground Vol. II” (1995) – Straining Life
As I said in my review of their self-titled album, the thing that I like the most about The Crucified is that their lyrical content doesn’t pull punches. Their songs convey godly messages and they challenge the listener in many ways.