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Alice in Hell Annihilator. Type: Full-length Release date: 1998 Catalog ID: RR 8723-2 Version desc.: Remastered, Gold disc Label: Roadrunner Records Format: CD Reviews. Alice in Hell, an Album by Annihilator. Released 5 September 1989 on Roadrunner (catalog no. RR 9488-1; Vinyl LP). Genres: Thrash Metal, Technical Thrash Metal. Featured peformers: Wayne Darley (bass), Ray Hartmann (drums), Dan 'Dan The Engineer Man' Morrow (engineer), Frank D'Onofrio (engineer), Paul Blake (engineer), Monte Conner (executive producer), Anthony Greenham (guitar), Jeff Waters.

Alice in Hell
Studio album by
ReleasedApril 17, 1989
Recorded1988
Studio
  • Live West Productions
  • Fiasco Bros. Studios, New Westminster, Canada
GenreThrash metal, speed metal
Length37:27
LabelRoadrunner
ProducerJeff Waters
Annihilator chronology
Alice in Hell
(1989)
Never, Neverland
(1990)
Singles from Alice in Hell
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Alice in Hell is the debut studio album by Canadian thrash metal band Annihilator, released on April 17, 1989, by Roadrunner Records.

Annihilator's video for 'Alison Hell' from the album Alice In Hell - available now on Roadrunner Records. Annihilator's video for 'Alison Hell' from the album Alice In Hell - available now on. Alice in Hell is a thrash metal music album recording by ANNIHILATOR released in 1989 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. This page includes ANNIHILATOR Alice in Hell's: cover picture, songs / tracks list, members/musicians and line-up, different releases details, buy online: ebay and amazon, ratings and detailled reviews by some experts, collaborators and members.

Album information[edit]

Although the album's insert lists five members, Annihilator was a three-piece (Randy Rampage, Jeff Waters and Ray Hartmann) at the time of its recording in 1988. In addition to guitar, Waters provides bass and backing vocals on the album, produced it and wrote all the songs, with the exception of 'Crystal Ann'. Although Anthony Brian Greenham and Wayne Darley are noted on the album's insert as playing guitar and bass respectively, this was a mistake and they did not join Annihilator until after Alice in Hell was finished;[1] Darley does, however, provide backing vocals on the album. Waters has explained in interviews the reason Greenham and Darley were listed in the credits was at the behest of Roadrunner.[citation needed]

Alice in Hell was the first of six Annihilator albums to feature songwriting contributions from former singer John Bates, who was credited as the (co-)writer of the songs 'Alison Hell', 'W.T.Y.D.', 'Burns Like a Buzzsaw Blade' and 'Human Insecticide'. Bates also co-wrote some songs on Never, Neverland (1990), King of the Kill (1994), Refresh the Demon (1996), Remains (1997) and Criteria for a Black Widow (1999).

To promote Alice in Hell, Annihilator supported Onslaught internationally on their In Search of Sanity tour,[2] and Testament (along with Wrathchild America) in the United States on their Practice What You Preach tour. After the tour was over, the band began preparations for their next album Never, Neverland.

The title track 'Alison Hell' was released as part of a DLC package for Rocksmith on April 16, 2019.

Reissues[edit]

The album was re-released twice: 1998 with three demo tracks as bonus tracks and again on September 9, 2003, in a two-disc compilation set along with Never, Neverland, entitled Two from the Vault. One of the demo tracks, 'Powerdrain', serves as the base of the song 'Sonic Homicide' on Annihilator's 1999 album Criteria for a Black Widow.

Reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic[3]
Rock Hard9.0/10[4]

Alice in Hell has received mostly positive reviews. Allmusic's Eduardo Rivadavia gave it three stars out of five, and states that 'Annihilator's brand of technical, thinking man's thrash metal garnered many fans with this fine debut, arguably the best release of the band's career.'[3]

Alice in Hell was ranked number nine in Loudwire's top ten list of 'Thrash Albums NOT Released by the Big 4'.[5]

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Track listing[edit]

All music is composed by Jeff Waters.

No.TitleLyricsLength
1.'Crystal Ann'instrumental1:40
2.'Alison Hell'John Bates, Waters5:00
3.'W.T.Y.D.' (Welcome to Your Death)Bates, Waters3:56
4.'Wicked Mystic'Waters, Jody Weil3:38
5.'Burns Like a Buzzsaw Blade'Waters, Bates, Weil3:33
6.'Word Salad'Waters5:49
7.'Schizos (Are Never Alone) Parts I & II'Waters4:32
8.'Ligeia'Waters4:47
9.'Human Insecticide'Bates, Waters4:50
Total length:37:27
Bonus tracks - 1998 re-release
No.TitleLyricsLength
10.'Powerdrain' (Demo)Waters2:49
11.'Schizos (Are Never Alone), Parts I & II' (Demo)Waters4:18
12.'Ligeia' (Demo)Waters4:56
Total length:49:53

Credits[edit]

Annihilator

Annihilator

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  • Jeff Waters – lead guitar, rhythm guitar, classical guitar, bass guitar, backing vocals, producer, mixing, lead vocals on bonus demo tracks
  • Randy Rampage – lead vocals, backing vocals
  • Ray Hartmann – drums
  • Anthony Brian Greenham – rhythm guitar (credited, but does not perform)
  • Wayne Darley – bass guitar (credited, but does not perform), backing vocals

Additional personnel

  • Dennis Dubeau – lead vocals (bridge on 'Alison Hell'), backing vocals ('Alison Hell')
  • Paul Blake – engineer
  • Frank Donofrio – engineer
  • Victor Dezso – photography
  • Chris Gehringer – remastering
  • Satoshi Kobayashi – reissue design
  • Len Rooney – logo, cover art
  • Recorded and mixed at Live West Productions, Fiasco Bros. Studios, New Westminster, Canada

Cover versions[edit]

  • Cradle of Filth covered the song on their 2017 album Cryptoriana – The Seductiveness of Decay.

References[edit]

  1. ^'Archived copy'. Archived from the original on 2016-07-09. Retrieved 2016-06-13.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^'Archived copy'. Archived from the original on 2013-01-28. Retrieved 2012-10-13.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ abRivadavia, Eduardo. 'Review of Alice in Hell'. AllMusic. All Media Network. Retrieved February 23, 2018.
  4. ^Stratmann, Holger (1989). 'Review Album: Annihilator — Alice in Hell'. Rock Hard (in German) (31). Retrieved February 23, 2018.
  5. ^'Top 10 Thrash Albums NOT Released by the Big 4'. Loudwire.com. October 8, 2015. Retrieved October 9, 2015.

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