Death - Leprosy 30th Anniversary Deluxe Reissue - 2LP

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DEATH's immensely influential second album Leprosy originally released in 1988 was a pioneering album, building upon the thrash sounds of Metallica and Slayer but adding a previously unheard level of raw extremity. These songs are the roots of an entire genre: death metal. While this was only the second record DEATH release, it immediately cemented them as heavy metal icons.

Deluxe limited edition one time pressing of DEATH’s legendary second album, featuring expanded packaging and a bonus LP featuring 10 Leprosy rehearsal recordings!

PRESSING INFO:

30th Anniversary 2LP Edition (One Time Pressing)

Pearl (Milky Clear) Standard Gram LP

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Genre
Death Metal
Format
Vinyl
Vinyl size
12" LP

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