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2010 release from the band that spawned the Bay Area Thrash scene in the early '80s, Exodus are one of the longest-running and most influential American Metal bands of all time. Surviving decampment, death, untimely disaster, dejection, and drug abuse, Exodus have become an anomaly in the metal world. The past few years have been a steady climb for the band, and tours with Megadeth, Testament, Arch Enemy, Hatebreed, and Kreator have proven to the newer thrashers that there's nothing dated about their approach. Exhibit B is a more than worthy successor to the Atrocity Exhibition, and will blow minds and redefine thrash for fans old and new!
2010 release from the band that spawned the Bay Area Thrash scene in the early '80s, Exodus are one of the longest-running and most influential American Metal bands of all time. Surviving decampment, death, untimely disaster, dejection, and drug abuse, Exodus have become an anomaly in the metal world. The past few years have been a steady climb for the band, and tours with Megadeth, Testament, Arch Enemy, Hatebreed, and Kreator have proven to the newer thrashers that there's nothing dated about their approach. Exhibit B is a more than worthy successor to the Atrocity Exhibition, and will blow minds and redefine thrash for fans old and new!
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Exibit B: Human Condition
Artist: Exodus
Format: CD
New: Currently Unavailable New
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Ballad of Leonard and Charles, The
2. Beyond the Pale
3. Hammer and Life
4. Class Dismissed (A Hate Primer)
5. Downfall
6. March of the Sycophants
7. Nanking
8. Burn, Hollywood, Burn
9. Democide
10. Sun Is My Destroyer, The
11. Perpetual State of Indifference, A
12. Good Riddance
13. Devil's Teeth (Bonus Track)

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2010 release from the band that spawned the Bay Area Thrash scene in the early '80s, Exodus are one of the longest-running and most influential American Metal bands of all time. Surviving decampment, death, untimely disaster, dejection, and drug abuse, Exodus have become an anomaly in the metal world. The past few years have been a steady climb for the band, and tours with Megadeth, Testament, Arch Enemy, Hatebreed, and Kreator have proven to the newer thrashers that there's nothing dated about their approach. Exhibit B is a more than worthy successor to the Atrocity Exhibition, and will blow minds and redefine thrash for fans old and new!
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