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01 various artists demon knight vinyl lp
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various artists demon knight vinyl lp
01 various artists demon knight vinyl lp
02 various artists demon knight vinyl lp

Demon Knight

New Condition

$41.87

Tales from the Crypt: Demon Knight Was a 1995 Horror Film Starring William Sadler, Billy Zane, and Jada Pinkett Smith
While the Film Did Not Do Well at the Box Office and Was Critically Panned, the Soundtrack Ranks as One of the Best of Its Era and of Its Kind
Features an All-Star Line-Up of Metal and Thrash Bands Including Pantera, Megadeth, Melvins, Ministry, Biohazard, Machine Head, Sepultura, Rollins Band, and Filter
Also Features a Quintessential “Horrorcore” Rap Tune from Gravediggaz
Only the Pantera Song Was Issued Previous to the Soundtrack, and Most of the Tracks Are Otherwise Unavailable
The Filter Song “Hey Man Nice Shot” Was the Band’s First Release Ever, and Went On to Become a Hit
Previously Released on Vinyl Only in Europe
Limited Edition Opaque Green Vinyl Edition Limited to 1,100 Copies
The Soundtrack to the Apocalypse

ONLY 3 LEFT

Wanna hear the soundtrack to Armageddon? This 1995 film starred William Sadler as the Demon Knight, who, along with his new recruit, Jada Pinkett Smith, is charged with fending off The Collector (Billy Zane) and his army of demons from acquiring an ancient relic that is the only thing preventing the complete destruction of the human race. While the flick did meh box office and was panned critically, the soundtrack was easily one of the best of its era and of its kind, an all-star line-up of thrash and heavy metal acts mostly doing otherwise unavailable material (only the track by Pantera appears to have been released prior to the movie). The Pantera, Megadeth, Melvins, and Biohazard entries are particulary good, and the one hip hop tune on the collection, Gravediggaz’ “1-800-Murder,” is an archetypal “horrorcore” rap song. But perhaps the best tune is “Hey Man Nice Shot” by Filter, an outfit that hadn’t released anything prior to this soundtrack. Since this movie came out in 1995, it only came out on LP in Europe; our Real Gone reissue brings it back on opaque green vinyl limited to 1,100 copies!