CD+DVD Reviews

Slaughter, Then and Now


Published on May 10, 2005

Slaughter, Then and Now
Slaughter, Then and Now — Silverline Records — 284501-2 — Dual Disc, 58 minutes
DVD Side: Entire album in DVD-A 5.1 surround sound, Band Bio, Artist Photos and ROM Content **:

Then and Now, Silverline Records release of Slaughter’s greatest hits
on Dual Disc format has one thing going for it, the sound quality is
superb. Slaughter’s two MTV and radio hits Fly to the Angles, and Up
all Night are included with live versions of them both. As well as
other favorites from the band that rocked their socks off for over a
decade. There are artist photos, band bio, and ROM content on the DVD
side, as well as the whole thing in 5.1 Stereo Surround Sound. I don’t
see this being the catalyst for Slaughter’s comeback, but for any fan a
must have if they want the 5.1 Surround Sound quality that does not
disappoint.

Other songs included are: Get Used To It, Tongue and Groove, Searchin’,
Heaven it Cries, It’ll be all Right, Breakdown N’ Cry, Can We Find a
Way, American Pie, Let the Good Times Roll, and Unknown Destination. I
like this format of CD/DVD Dual Disc. There is a band bio, artist
photos and ROM content, but not enough that would warrant me spending
more money on it. And the added extras are readily available on their
website.

- Paul Pelon IV




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