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In for the Kill Extra tracks, Import, Original recording remastered


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  • Audio CD (January 22, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks, Import, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Noteworthy Prod. UK
  • ASIN: B00078SBKG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #72,641 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. In For The Kill
2. Crash Course In Brain Surgery
3. Wondering What Everyone Knows
4. Zoomo Club
5. Hammer & Tongs
6. Running From My Soul
7. Living On Your Own
8. In For The Kill (Bonus Track)
9. Crash Course In Brain Surgery (Bonus Track)
10. Zoom Club (Bonus Track)
11. Zoom Club (2003 Version) (Bonus Track)

Editorial Reviews

2004 remastered reissue of 1974 album includes three bonus tracks, 'In For The Kill', 'Crash Course In Brain Surgery', & 'Zoom Club'. Noteworthy.

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This is yet another "complete" album from Budgie.
Timothy R. Neel
Running From My Soul is another blues style jammer, the highlight being some great Tony Bourge guitar work.
Bloodbath_and_Beyond
This is much darker album than "Never Turn..." but it is still good stuff.
Reijo Piippula

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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Dr. Of Style on December 29, 2004
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Greetings, All!
Thanks for taking the time to read my review.

This entire album rocks--and rocks hard, baby! In fact, IMHO, this is one of those rare albums where EVERY track is a gem (and we all know how few and far between those are, eh). This is definitely one of my island classics. I agree totally with one Mr. Sullivan's review, herein.

I have been a big fan of Budgie since the mid-70's. And really, you can't go wrong with selecting any Budgie title, as long as Tony Bourge is the guitar player; once Tony left the group, they just weren't the same!

I have always loved Burke Sheeley's rocking vocals. For a while, Budgie seemed like a revolving door for drummers. Pete Boot takes the honors on this wonderful album; and, he is very, very good here.

I own the entire Budgie catalogue, and, as mentioned above, any Budgie album with Tony is outstanding, but this one (if I were forced to pick) is probably my favorite.

The reason this album is at the top of my Budgie list can be summed up in one-word--LIVING ON YOUR OWN! This, folks, is a rock classic. I will go even further and call this a "rock epic." In a way, I'm glad commercial radio sucks so bad, because I feel these special Budgie treats are all ours (the fans), and no one elses. But, that is a bit selfish now, isn't it?

So, you should definitely go out and by this before they become unavailable. And, if you are new to this terrific group, and are just starting your collection, I would advise to start here; you can't go wrong, and you won't be disappointed.

As a side note, you followers of heavy metal--Metallica is on record as having credited Budgie as their major influence. That, right there, should say it all!

So, kids, you rockin' cats--go out right now and get yourself a course in brain surgery--get IN FOR THE KILL. Your neurons will never be the same!

Rock On, Kids,
Dr. Of Style
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey D. Prill on April 17, 2000
Format: Audio CD
If there was ever a Budgie Album that needed to be listened to; this is it. The title track was once covered on stage by Van Halen during their early years of touring--before they made it big.But again, you've gotta listen to the original song and the original album. If you want Heavy Metal at it's bona-fide best, you can't beat this album. Turn the volume up, and destroy your ears. It's worth it.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 9, 2001
Format: Audio CD
I always viewed Budgie as a Sabbath doppelganger and this album sounds the most like the mighty four.The title track unleashes at you with molten riff after riff.Guitarist Tony Bourge sounds like a Tony Iommi with all 5 fingers in place.Crash Course in Brain Surgery kinda sounds outta place(spawned in 1971 actually)but it still rocks mightly.I never really cared for Wondering what Everyone knows,Riding my nightmare would have been a better fit.Zoom Club is where the band really shines for all eternity,a 10 minute jam with some lyrics thrown in sparsly,Bourge really shines on this track with devestating riffing and soloing,the best song of their catalogue in my opinion,I never get sick of this stuff.Hammers and Tongs at first listen sounds like a rip-off of some zep tune i can't remember but to me it's just a logical progression and i love the mid-section of that tune,Burke Shelley is an awesome vocalist once you can get over that high baritone.Running From My Soul is a tidy and short speed rocker with tasty bourge fills.Living on your own is the second next crowning achievement on this great album.With awesome riffing from Bourge and witty vocals from Bourge this song is only second to Zoom Club as the best song of the budgie catalogue.the mid-section of the tune borrows from "beck's bolero",but it's cool to hear that kind of stuff.it melds well with the song.If you don't own this album and you want to go beyond the Sabs, zep and/or purple then do your self a favor and grab this CD,it's awesome.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 10, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Not literally, of course, but this IS the band (along with a few others) that the satirical movie "This is Spinal Tap" was modeled after. They have also been copied by many big "metal" bands such as Metallica. If you are a metal fan, and I assume you are if you are reading this, and haven't heard this cd yet, then RUN, don't walk, to get it. If you are a blues/rock fan you'll want to grab it also, because these guys really turn some blues inside out here.
This was the 1st Budgie album I ever heard, and I've heard almost all the rest since, but none are as good as this one. Every track is worthy of 5 stars except "Wondering What Everyone Knows" (what everyone actually was wondering is how this "early Beatles" sounding tune got on this album). But every Budgie album seems to have that one "La La" track anyway.
I won't elaborate on every track but I will mention that "Zoom Club" is my personal favorite, with a very innovative guitar part that includes what sounds like Tony Bourge either rapidly unplugging and plugging the guitar jack while getting great feedback or else he just had a short in his guitar cord that he knew just how to tweak. Either way it is some great stuff.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Vinny on March 12, 2001
Format: Audio CD
This is Budgie's second best effort (after "Bandolier"), great HEAVY music like "In For The Kill", "Crash Course", "Zoom Club", and "Running from My Soul". I had all of Budgie's stuff on old LP's, it wasn't until Metallica's "Garage Inc" rekindle my love for old 70's heavy music, great version's of Crash Course and Breadfan. I was always a great admirer of Tony Bourge guitar playing and Shelly's unique voice and bass playing that gave RAW HEAVY METAL a whole new meaning. Although 70's recording is not is not what it is today, I still find the music ground shaking, head banging and after all these years, unique as no HM band ever. Budgie was really, (in my humble opinion) the best Heavy band of it's time (Zep included, which I also love), guitarist Tony Bourge departure marked the end of the "real" Budgie, although I admired Burke Shelley's attempt to keep the Budgie going, it was never the same without Shelly/Bourge/Phillips.
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