The Almighty – Soul Destruction (Deluxe edition)


Spinefarm records are reissuing four albums by The Almighty under the ‘RE-F**KIN’-ISSUES banner. Two albums are to be reissued on 9th February with the other two following later in the year. As part of the Universal group, Spinefarm are re-issuing them as Deluxe editions and as with other Universal deluxe editions, they are packed fullSpinefarm records are reissuing four albums by The Almighty under the ‘RE-F**KIN’-ISSUES banner. Two albums are to be reissued on 9th February with the other two following later in the year. As part of the Universal group, Spinefarm are re-issuing them as Deluxe editions and as with other Universal deluxe editions, they are packed full of extra material rather than just being the original album. The re-issues have been put together in conjunction with the band So, for “Soul Destruction” it’s coming out as a two disc release. The first contains the album itself which was first released in 1991. The second disc contains Bonus material – liver songs, 7 inch single versions and alternative versions.This means that in total you get the 22 tracks for your money – pretty good value. Additionally there’s a CD booklet with notes from Malcolm Dome and Ricky Warwick as well as photos, pictures of magazine coverage and the usual bits like track listings and thanks. The album was more successful than the band’s debut (Blood, Fire & Love), reaching number 22 in the album charts and having three singles released from it, and listening to it all these years later, it’s as good […]

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