Featuring 12 tracks, which chart the development of the band from the early grindcore recordings through to the more melodical death metal approach of the later albums, including classics such as 'Heartwork', 'Corporal Jigsore Quandary' and 'No Love Lost'. Liverpool's legendary Death Metal pioneers Carcass are often credited with shaping the entire death metal genre. Pushing boundaries with their shocking imagery whilst evolving and innovating with each new album.
The Best of Nat King Cole is part of EMI-Capitol Special Markets' Ten Best Series, where they selected ten hits from a popular artist on their roster. For the budget-minded, it's a nice collection of Nat King Cole's best-known hits, like "Unforgettable," "Ramblin' Rose," "Mona Lisa," "Walkin' My Baby Back Home" and "(I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons." It certainly won't please either jazz purists or Cole collectors, but the budget-conscious looking for an affordable (albeit skimpy) sampler of well-known Cole should turn here.
The founding band of grindcore, Napalm Death are THE most influential band in the genre. Having sold millions of record worldwide and toured the globe, they have forged the unlikeliest of careers. The classic ddebut album 'Scum' was only Earache Records 3rd ever release, and started the wave of grindcore and extreme bands that followed over the next 15 years.Featuring 25 blisterting tracks of raw grindcore, which ch art the devleopment of the band from the early recordings through to the later albums, including classics such as 'Scum', 'Suffer The Children' and 'From Enslavement To Obliteration'.
For those needing a reminder of Cole's very original and expert piano playing, this 18-track roundup of some of his best instrumentals should fit the bill. Part of Capitol's three-volume series of Cole's classic trio sides (the other two cover the vocals), The Best of the Nat King Cole Trio includes gem after gem from the group's 1943-1949 prime and features the classic lineup that included guitarist Oscar Moore and bassist Johnny Miller. With Cole and Moore seamlessly blending lines throughout, the group forged the standard for many a piano trio to follow by way of classics like "Jumpin' at Capitol," "Sweet Georgia Brown," and "These Foolish Things"…