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Live at the Fillmore

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Digitally remastered edition of this 1995 live album from the veteran Thrash Metal band.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (January 18, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Prosthetic Records
  • ASIN: B004EJUMPG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #32,297 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I just wanted to say this is by far the best live album I own. The sound quality is amazing and the choice of songs is perfect.

The acoustic tracks in the end are the perfect way to close the album (besides being exceptionally well done too!!)

I highly recommend this album!!
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This CD is the best live CD I have ever heard. Quality recording and great musicians and mostly old songs..what more is needed? Most of the songs on this album are from their first two releases, and then some from "Practice..." thru "Low." This also contains two instrumentals..."A Dirge" which is a great melodic guitar song, and "Urotsukidoji" which is a powerful song and Greg Christian proves he is one of the best bassists in metal. The last 3 songs on this CD are acoustic re-makes, but the originals are still much better. James Murphy does a good job at taking up Skolnick's guitar parts. This is a good compilation if you are looking for a starter album for Testament and a must have for fans.
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By A Customer on June 5, 1999
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This is one of the greatest CD's from one of the greatest metal bands ever. Testament is a highly underrated group that is very talented and very heavy. This album is one of their best because it is all there greatest songs played live and three awesome acoustic songs at the end. It proves Testament's talent and power and is one of the most explosive albums of all time!
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I have been a big thrash fan for a long time, Souls of Black was my intro to testament. I felt the ritual was a huge let down but my eyes were opened from low and their ability to thrash and bring forth a new energy. That energy was reborn and brought to all the tracks on this CD. Live At The Filmore has a life of its own, it is the first time I really enjoyed some of the old school great classics of testament that always felt under produced. this cd brings forth life and energy to some great works that needed just that added production. I have honestly never been a fan of live albums, but this was amazing and the unplugged stuff at the end just topped it. if your a testament fan this is a must.
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It was very hard for me not to give a perfect score to this hallowed album. Besides the effort to split hairs and trim tenths of points of a final review score, I don't believe as a matter of personality, that anything is perfect or perfected. In fact, since this album has been with me through almost 20 years of my existence, it is almost an effort requiring perfection just to find words to do this work its proper justice.

Like an assassin lurking through the shadows cast by contemporary giants of the time like Metallica, Slayer, Pantera, Ozzy, and Megadeth, it was very hard for these individuals to garner enough support to be a socially relevant force in the metal scene or at least to be recognized as one of the fathers of the modern metal revival. However, they were probably one of the most important groups that I grew up with as I explored my preferences with metal and rock. Such as with the earlier catalogs of these groups during the 80s when CD technology slowly started to slay the dominant formats of cassette tapes, LPs, and even 8-Tracks, their early original works, especially at the time, lacked the depth we are accustomed to in the modern age. After their first album when Chuck Billy took the microphoned reigns (alot of material for Live at the Fillmore is drawn from it), they slowly chugged out material CD by CD, tape by tape. Louis Clemente and Alex Skolnick, both veteran members, had departed after the very solid Ritual album and a relative obscure, yet known guitarist named James Murphy collaborated with the original members to change the entire complexion of their native sound into something more ominous and vicious for their Low session. It is at this point in their history that led to the culmination of this live opus of musical mastery.
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Testament is one of the best heavy metal bands i've ever heard. i've listened to heavy metal for about three years now and testament is definitely one of my favorite bands. there newer cd called demonic is even better than this one
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This CD is awesome, I've been a Testament fan for a long time, and it seems like they keep getting heavier and heavier. Chuck Billy does a good job of making old songs even heavier than ever. Buy this CD if you like metal.
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By A Customer on March 22, 2001
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This album was worth every penny. Having been a long time Testament fan and having seen them live, I was thoroughly impressed. James Murphy is far better guitarist than Alex Skolnick ever was. John Dette plays drums tighter and with more skill than Louie Clemente. This is one tight band that was rare to find consistantly with many of Testament's contemporaries. Check out A Dirge and the transition into Eerie Inhabitants. This band was on par with Metallica and Sepultura for musicianship and power.
Other great albums by this band include The New Order, Low, and The Gathering. Check out Trail of Tears to see the skill of James Murphy.
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