And there are only 11 fucking songs on it.
If Scott Ian thought Worship Music sold like shit, he’s in for a real surprise when this thing drops.
Anthrax will be featured in a new series of albums “featuring the greatest hits, signature tunes and fan favorites of the most popular artists in music history,” which promise to offer “unprecedented value to consumers,” Blabbermouth reports.
The aptly named Icon series from Universal Music Enterprises (UMe) launched in August 31, 2010, with releases from 30 major artists spanning rock, pop, R&B and country.
Each album is available at a “great price,” includes roughly a dozen hit tracks. Define “great.” To me, “great” would be one dollar. But I’m sure I have a different definition of “great” than Universal Music.
The compilation hits stores on January 10, 2012 — just in time for…that week or so after Christmas where people return shit gifts for stuff they want.
The album will boast “Madhouse,” “A.I.R.” “I Am The Law,” “Indians,” “Antisocial,” “Belly of the Beast,” “I’m The Man 91,” and of course, “Bring The Noise.”
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