Voivod War And Pain (Box Set) 3xCD
War And Pain (Box Set)

Voivod War And Pain (Box Set) 3xCD

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Release Date: June 11, 2004

CD 1
1. Voivod (Remastered)
2. Warriors Of Ice (Remastered)
3. Suck Your Bone (Remastered)
4. Iron Gang (Remastered)
5. War And Pain (Remastered)
6. Blower (Remastered)
7. Live For Violence (Remastered)
8. Black City (Remastered)
9. Nuclear War (Remastered)
10. Condemned To The Gallows (Anachronism - 1st Live Show - June 1983)
11. Blower (Anachronism - 1st Live Show - June 1983)
12. Voivod (Anachronism - 1st Live Show - June 1983)
13. Condemned To The Gallows (To The Death - Metal Massacre 5 Sessions)
14. Voivod (To The Death - Metal Massacre 5 Sessions)
15. Iron Gang (To The Death - Metal Massacre 5 Sessions)

CD 2
1. Build Your Weapons (Morgoth Invasion - Live Demo - December 1984)
2. War And Pain (Morgoth Invasion - Live Demo - December 1984)
3. Condemned To The Gallows (Morgoth Invasion - Live Demo - December 1984)
4. Warriors Of Ice (Morgoth Invasion - Live Demo - December 1984)
5. Helldriver (Morgoth Invasion - Live Demo - December 1984)
6. Horror (Morgoth Invasion - Live Demo - December 1984)
7. Black City (Morgoth Invasion - Live Demo - December 1984)
8. Nuclear War (Morgoth Invasion - Live Demo - December 1984)
9. Blower (Morgoth Invasion - Live Demo - December 1984)
10. Live For Violence (Morgoth Invasion - Live Demo - December 1984)
11. Ripping Headaches (Morgoth Invasion - Live Demo - December 1984)
12. Iron Gang (Morgoth Invasion - Live Demo - December 1984)
13. Korgull The Exterminator (Morgoth Invasion - Live Demo - December 1984)
14. Suck Your Bone (Morgoth Invasion - Live Demo - December 1984)
15. Witching Hour (Morgoth Invasion - Live Demo - December 1984)
16. Chemical Warfare (Morgoth Invasion - Live Demo - December 1984)

CD 3
Bonus Material (Pics, Wallpapers, Lyrics, and more)

Voivod was one of the first thrash bands out of Canada to gain popularity outside of their home country. From their beginning in the early '80s, their main goal was to be different from anyone else, and thus they incorporated odd musical tempos and futuristic story lines into their songs, often dealing with technology taking over the world. Voivod opened the way for other Canadian thrash bands and for metal bands with their unique styles of performing and writing. - John Book & Greg Prato (All Music Guide)

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