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Shellshock - Onslaught (2) - In Search Of Sanity (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Onslaught - In Search of Sanity Album Lyrics; 1. Blood Upon the Ice: 2. Blood Upon the Ice - Live at Bristol Hippodrome 3. Confused: 4. Fight with the Beast - Live at Bristol Hippodrome 5. In Search of Sanity: 6. In Search of Sanity - Live at Bristol Hippodrome 7. Let There Be Rock: 8. Let There Be Rock - Live at Bristol.
  2. In Search of Sanity is the third studio album by English thrash metal band Onslaught, released in This album was originally recorded with Sy Keeler, but London Records were not impressed with the final product from a commercial point of view and enforced a re-mix and a complete re-recording of the vocals by Grim Reaper frontman Steve Grimmett, being the only album featuring him.
  3. Onslaught - In Search Of Sanity Album. Artist: Onslaught. Album: In Search Of Sanity. 0. 1: In Search of Sanity - Live at Bristol Hippodrome 2: Confused: 3: Power Play: 4: Welcome to Dying: 5: Blood Upon the Ice: 6: Let There Be Rock: 7: Lightning War: 8: Shellshock: 9: In Search of Sanity: Let There Be Rock - Live at Bristol.
  4. 2. IN SEARCH OF SANITY Trapped by this madness In search of something lost to me Life has no meaning In a place that has no heart to bleed Through walls of glass i stare With a silence written in my eyes No love or laughter Strange is the passion of the wise Stand up and fight Won't someone listen to me now Stand up and fight.
  5. This album was originally recorded with Sy Keeler on vocals. London Records were not impressed with the final product from a commercial point of view and enforced a re-mix and a complete re-recording of the vocals by Steve Grimmett.. Recording information: Recorded at Westside, Eden & Smokehouse Studios (London) / Atlantic Studios (N.Y.) July-December
  6. Jan 04,  · Onslaught - In Search of Sanity () Album Photo by 꽁우. Format: Vinyl, CD, Cassette. 11 likes. 15 Onslaught Album Photos.
  7. They signed Onslaught, and then spent almost two years getting a new album recorded while they pumped out a half-dozen EPs and singles to keep their new act in the public eye. The end result was In Search Of Sanity – an album that got a lot of great press but was utterly reviled by the band's hardcore fans, because it sounded nothing like.

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