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Ample Destruction Metalcore version question

Discussion in 'Jag Panzer' started by Zdan, Jul 1, 2008.

  1. Zdan

    Zdan Member

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    Hi Panzerheads!

    I'll get right down to meat of my question - I have the option of buying the Metalcore version of Ample Destruction - and I have heard this one is one of the few "non-bootleg" versions of the album. I am going to pay a hefty price for it though if I decide on buying...

    So I was wondering - do any of you (and input from bandmembers would be GREAT!) own that particular version? If so - how does it sound - especially compared to the Metal Blade edition?

    BTW My first post here! Greetings from Poland!
     
  2. elTob

    elTob A magic man, mama!

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    I have the Metalcore version with the samurai on the cover. I guess this is the best version as it features Black Sunday and Eyes of the Night. :worship:
    And I really like the cover.
    The CD sounds very good, but I can't compare it to other releases.

    I did not pay that much money for it. About 15€ + shipping for the CD in near mint condition. Check ebay instead of paying too much!
     
  3. Zdan

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    Thanks for the quick response!

    The only thing I am bothered with is the production/sound values - I do not want my CD to be obsolete when the reissue (fingers crossed) comes.
     
  4. Jasonic

    Jasonic Doom On!

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    I have the NO POSEURS one.
    Kind of cheap packaging.

    When I read your thread title, I was like, "Wow, did LAMB OF GOD record some Jag Panzer covers???" :lol:
     
  5. Aias

    Aias Fantasy Football Genius

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    I own all but the Metalcore version. I was outbid by another forum member for it on eBay!

    The Metal Blade copy has great sound, btw.
     
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    tsorl Borne on Wings of Steel

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    I've got the No Poser version (including the Tyrants EP) as well, cheap packaging for sure but it is a bootleg after all so... Does anyone know if this one is bootlegged from the Metal Blade cd or some other pressing? Because the sound here is quite good IMO and if the Metal Blade version is even better I want to have it.

    Although what I'd really want to have is Joey Tafolla's head on a spike...:heh:
     
  7. Michael von Rabensblut

    Michael von Rabensblut The mighty STRYGON

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    I have also the No Poser one. Anyway I am very happy to own it finally on CD. I did not know about this other version (release) from Metalcore.
     
  8. elTob

    elTob A magic man, mama!

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    As I said, in my opinion the Metalcore releases sounds great. Go get it!

    For if you're hoping for a re-release and therefore not getting an older one you won't own a copy of Ample Destruction until your very end. ;)
     
  9. Zdan

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    Okay - small additional question. This would be to elTob. Does your booklet of the CD contain only a picture of the band and the logo? I am talking about the inner sleeve of the artwork.
     
  10. elTob

    elTob A magic man, mama!

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    Yes, the booklet only contains a picture of the band.
     

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