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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Elektra / Wea
  • ASIN: B000002HKK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #63,377 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Either way, it's pretty good.
Ian S
I think the Joe Belladona years are the golden years from ANTHRAX, but SOUND OF WHITE NOISE and this one STOMP are masterpieces!!!!!
Rio Fluzão
If you liked liked Anthrax back when they were thrashy, definitely pick this one up.
A.J. Taylor

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By S. Martin on March 6, 2001
Format: Audio CD
When I think of great drummers, there are three in particular that come to mind. Herb the Ginseng drummer (Primus), Danny Carey of Tool, and most noteably, Charlie Benette of Anthrax. This guy is incredible. Over the years, I've listened to this band put out some incredible stuff (Among the Living, Sound of White Noise) and stuff that is pretty average (State of Euphoria, Persistance of Time). It leads one to wonder what will come next. Well, I got this sucker and there was no doubt in my mind that Stomp 442 was their most excellent effort. In all aspects, this album encompasses what Anthrax is all about. Intelligent, hard core lyrics, palm mutes, and the most amazing drumwork of all time. American Pompeii is my favorite song, an impassioned plea for musical talent in a barren industry of dribble and mindless heavy metal of the 90's. There is so much packed into this album, when I got it in '95 I was blown away and have since never grown tired of it.
I think it is a tragedy what has happened to the music industry and an even greater trajedy that the youth of today will probably dismiss material like this, and opt to learn the guitar listening to Korn or Limp Bizkit. In such a scenario, we all lose. Buy Stomp 442 and support one of the greatest bands of all time.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Good loser on November 19, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I have no doubt: After listening the entire Anthrax catalog, my conclusion was instantaneous: Stomp 442 is the best Anthrax effort. I guess why many people (religious metalheads) overlooks this album: it's not thrash (like Anthrax 80's model) but heavy hard rock (really hard)... ready to smash your head. This album was the best moment of Anthrax, the most original... there is no similar album on the genre (except "We have come for you all"). And John Bush... he is a true hard rock singer.
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Hab Anagharek on August 28, 2001
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Anthrax originally released STOMP 442 in 1995, and it couldn't have been at a worse time (this is a re-release); 1995 was a hard time for metal, if one wasn't Metallica: old school metal was passe and New Metal was in Kindergarten. All of the other established bands were finding it hard to find a place in the era of post-grunge inbred clones (or, rather, the record company marketing execs were looking for the next inbred offspring of Nirvana and ignored the metal bands in their roster). Corporate upheavals severed the relationships that led to the signings of metal bands to big labels in the early nineties. Hence the mid-90s abandonment of so many great bands, like Prong, Biohazard, and C.O.C., all of whom came up from the underground scene to the majors in the early 90s to be subsequently dropped by mid-decade.
Anthrax, of course, is on the very short list of ground-breaking and influential metal bands of the 1980s. In addition to being one of the fathers of "speed-metal", their tongue-in-cheek renditions of the Beastie Boys way back in 1987 and their collaboration with Public Enemy certainly planted the seed for the "rap-metal" style of young metallurgists a decade their junior. When these kids mockingly throw around the term "Addidas Rock", do they know what they're referencing (credit must also be given to RUN D.M.C.)?
By 1992 Anthrax had evolved to a such a point creatively that they parted ways with long-time vocalist Joey Belladonna. In Armored Saint singer John Bush they found a jolt of creative and energy and began, or so they had hoped, a new era for the band. They signed a lucrative three-record deal with Elektra, home of Metallica. 1993's SOUND OF WHITE NOISE was a creative, critical, and chart success.
Unfortunately, Anthrax was no exception to the above scenario.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 27, 2002
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Anthrax is my favorite band, so my opinion may be biased, but this is an underrated classic, probably because it goes in a much more aggressive direction than SOWN does. "In a Zone" and Drop the Ball" are two of the heaviest songs they have ever done. They alone are worth the price. "Nothing" is a melodic song in the vein of "Only". "Bare" is a nice ballad, but not up there with "Black Lodge". This album expands upon the sound they created with "Persistance of Time" by mixing churning, crunching riffs with melody lines that are much darker than those found on State of Euphoria.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By MRT on December 10, 2009
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With the departure of lead singer Joey Belladonna from the 80s metal group Anthrax in the early nineties, fans might have been forgiven for thinking that the writing was on the wall for the highly regarded speed / thrash metal outfit. Imagine the surprise then when, with new recruit John Bush in the frontman position - recruited from fellow US metallers Armored Saint - Anthrax burst back onto the scene with The Sound Of White Noise in 1993.Two years later, they were back again, this time with Stomp 442. Although well recieved by pundits and listeners alike, it disappointingly undersold, a fact you can't help but find unbelievable on listening.Opening with the brutal "Random Acts Of Senseless Violence", Anthrax state their intent through the commercially-edged "Fueled" to "American Pompeii" and the metallic anthems of "In A Zone" and "Riding Shotgun".A criminally underrated album, deserving better than it got, from a truly underrated band who, with a legion of adoring fans, may one day recieve the true plaudits they deserve
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