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  • Audio CD (April 4, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Nuclear Blast Americ
  • ASIN: B000ERU5MC
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #639,045 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Five Star Prison
2. Metal Mosh Massacre
3. Cheap Thrills
4. King Kong Song
5. Wrath Of the Cookie Monster
6. Satans Barbecue
7. Flesh Fever Fiesta
8. Liquor Saved Me From Sports
9. Fed Up Anthem
10. Mummy Metal For the Masses
11. Stattena T(h)rash
12. Bloody Blues Blaster

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By tK on September 30, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I remember hearing the first Terror 2000 album and having great hopes for a technical death metal masterpiece to follow. The third album, Terror For Sale is pretty much a 80's retrogression while having the worst lyrics possible. Also, Speed's voice is very low now instead of the "speed" he had to his voice in the previous albums. One more thing, the production is very different which gives you the feeling that this was really an 80's garage band. Plus they attempt to do high power metal shrieking, which I don't really like.

Some good things about this is that the musicianship is pretty good although their sound change is very dissapointing. Also, they manage to pull of some Swedish guitar riffs and solos AND 80's american metal at the same time.

I think you should get this album if you are into this kind of stuff. But death metal is for me.
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By A. Stutheit on November 13, 2013
Format: MP3 Music
Do not let the misleadingly trendy-sounding moniker fool you, Sweden's Terror 2000 are not metalcore. Nor are they hardcore. In fact, there is actually very little about them that is anything "'core." And do not start to think that just because they are a supergroup formed out of members of Soilwork, Darkane, and Disarmonia Mundi, that this is a melodeath band, either. No, they are actually a full-on, no-holds-barred thrash/speed metal through and through.

And, unfortunately, there is also very little that could be described as at all groundbreaking on Terror 2000's third release, Ought-five's "Terror For Sale." But with that behind us, it is imperative to note that this record IS a little refreshing to hear, as few bands have ever been able to terrorize the neighborhood as dangerously, and hearken the thrash/speed metal genre's golden age as effortlessly as this one. And furthermore, the energy levels that they generate (both of the live and other style) are positively palpable.

The album opens with a potent one-two punch in the form of the white-hot "Five Star Prison" and the bullying "Metal Mosh Massacre," both of which are tracks that are backed by thrashing guitars and barreling drums, thus evoking The Haunted. Then, following the mostly unremarkable "Cheap Thrills," the listener undergoes another compact and concise bludgeon, this one in the form of "King Kong Song," which boasts a propulsive drum intro, blistering, razorwire riffage, and Anthrax-inspired choruses. But "Wrath Of The Cookie Monster" is even more brutal, as it is a monster of a song that overflows with death metal-inflected Cookie Monster vocals that augment the tune's smoking, buzzsaw-fast guitar leads, blasting drum beats, and screaming guitar soloing.
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By Pablosa on April 12, 2008
Format: Audio CD
I enjoy listening to every single song of this album, 'cause TERROR 2000 is just a matter of having a good time. It seems they had a lot of fun making this record, something which was translated to the music. What can you expect from song names such as "Wrath of the cookie monster", "Satans Barbecue", "King Kong Song" or "Liquor saved me from sports" ?...Nothing too serious...ja ja!

TERROR 2000 features singer "Speed" Strid (also in Soilwork, Disarmonia Munid, Coldseed), Klas Ideberg (Darkane, The Defaced) and Erik Thyselius (Construcdead) among others. TERROR 2000 can be consider as a true side-project, 'cause it's musically different from what any of the members are actually doing in their own bands...They play some kind of crazy-full throttle-thrash, expect 10+ songs at a 100 miles per hour...Not too many solos nor subtleties...Nothing too complex, just thrash as hard and fast as they can...

Back to the album...
TERROR FOR SALE is the "least serious" of their three records. You can tell that by the song titles. Also, "Speed" Strid takes some licenses with the vocals doing funny choruses and arrangements...And if you read the lyrics...well...that's funny...
Harsh vocals, blazin guitar riffs, and pounding drums make "Terror For Sale" a very decent thrash album...It takes many listens to tell the difference between songs...

But that's TERROR 2000, take it or leave it.
I personally love this kind of albums, with no strings attached, in which the music seems to flow naturally, and the musicians play really loose, expanding their minds to even try the most ridiculous arrangements, something that most bands won't. And what is more important, you can tell they had a lot of fun doing it!
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