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First I'll say that the packaging is great. Each CD looks and even sorta feels like a mini-hardbound book. The booklets contain plenty of notes by Mille Petroza about the making of the albums and the meanings of each song. (Disclaimer, I haven't read the book written about Kreator, so I don't know if the liner notes are repeating any of that book's contents.)
Overall sound quality-very good. And LOUD, as seems to be the norm these days. I would have turned the volume down just a hair, but they're still very listenable. For comparision, they're nowhere near the headache-inducing sound levels of the Death "Leprosy" reissue.
As for the content, let's go album by album.
ENDLESS PAIN-I seem to remember reading years ago that the masters for this album disappeared sometime in the 80's and have still never been relocated. So is this reissue being remastered from old vinyl copies? It's hard to say-if it is, it's been de-clicked very well. Some of the songs still sound as if their intros are partially cut off, which is how it sounded on the 1989 Noise reissue I had years ago. In any event, this album has never sounded great to begin with (both because of the level of playing and the recording itself), but this is probably the best it will ever sound. As an extra bonus, you get two demos from the days when they were still calling themselves Tormentor (in better quality than what has circulated before.)
PLEASURE TO KILL/FLAG OF HATE-Back in the 80's, Combat put out a CD that contained this same pairing, except that it also included 3 songs from Endless Pain. Those 3 tracks had appeared on the cassette version of Flag Of Hate, and at the time of release it was the only way to get anything from Endless Pain in the U.S. without buying an import copy of the album. Sometime around 1995-1996 this disc was reissued minus the Pain tracks....and this is the same format all CD versions of these two releases have followed since then, including this CD. In other words, Kill and Hate, and nothing extra. Noise couldn't dig up a demo or two for any of these songs? Or at least throw on the song After The Attack? NOTHING extra?
TERRIBLE CERTAINTY/OUT OF THE DARK....INTO THE LIGHT-This is a two-cd set, and I have to ask, WHY? The version of Dark....included here is the later CD reissue, which includes 3 live tracks that did not appear on the original release. Which was nice at the time the reissue came out, but those tracks are redundant as they are included on the next double disc set. What could/should have been done was return Dark...to its original track list (including the cover of Gangland). Then both releases would have fit onto one CD. OR, they could have (again) tracked down some demos or alternate takes to add to each disc.
EXTREME AGGRESSION/LIVE IN EAST BERLIN-Again....no bonus tracks. And the live album (while great) repeats 3 of the tracks from Dark...
So overall, these reissues get 5 stars for the packaging, and 3 stars for the content, or rather, for the fact that other than the Pain reissue, there's nothing else new here. It's great to have these albums on CD again, and if you've never heard these albums before, then by all means pick these up now. But after seeing (and hearing) the great job Noise did with the Voivod reissues, they really dropped the ball on this one.
The next day I went to the record store and went straight to K and grabbed Kreator's most recent release, which was Terrible Certainty. I put it on and thought "Oh yeah, this is exactly what I heard last night." Soon after that I bought all of their previous releases, and I grabbed Extreme Aggression as soon as it was out, and I loved it all. But Certainty was always my favorite. Their previous album Pleasure to Kill is a very close second place, I know a lot of Kreator fans consider it superior. They're wrong and they can all S my D. I forget the name of the album they put out after Extreme Aggression, but it must have really stank because I never went back after that one. I'm a fickle SOB.
Off the top of my head as I sit here writing this, there are only two thrash metal albums I would rate higher:
Slayer- Reign In Blood
Dark Angel- Darkness Descends