Practice What You Preach - Testament Reviews
Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Hard Rock / Artist: Testament / Import / Audio CD released 1989-08-09 at Rhino / Disc #1 ... more
Practice What You Preach - Testament ... Tracklisting
1 Practice What You Preach (Lp Version)
2 Perilous Nation (Lp Version)
3 Envy Life (Lp Version)
4 Time Is Coming (Lp Version)
5 Blessed In Comtempt (Lp Version)
6 Greenhouse Effect (Lp Version)
7 Sins Of Omission (Lp Version)
8 The Ballad (Lp Version)
9 Nightmare (Coming Back To You) (Lp Version)
10 Confusion Fusion (Lp Version)
Newest Review: ... the main riff that I like the most with its 1-2-3-4 chord combo down the fret board. Chuck Billy's vocals sound really good ... more
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by - written on 01/01/12, updated on 28/11/12 (Very useful, 13 readings)
"Practice What You Preach" is the 3rd studio album by American thrash metal band, Testament. It was released in 1989 on Megaforce Records and produced by Alex Perialas. The line-up for the album was Chuck Billy (vocals), Alex Skolnick (guitar), Eric Peterson (guitar), Greg Christian (bass) and Louie Clemente (drums). As one of thrash metal's premier bands, Testament had delivered on their previous albums, 1987's "The Legacy" and 1988's "The New Order", and now it was the turn of "Practice What You Preach", which eclipses the previous two offerings in quality song writing and production. I remember watching a video ... Read the complete review
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