Armed and Dangerous (album)

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Armed and Dangerous is the first EP by American heavy metal band Anthrax. The album was released in February 1985 by Megaforce Records. The band produced the album alone, which was released as a double album (along with Fistful of Metal) in Germany in 2000. This was the first Anthrax release to feature Joey Belladonna on vocals.

The album also includes the songs "Soldiers of Metal" and "Howling Furies" as its last two tracks. The line-up for those two tracks is Neil Turbin, Scott Ian, Dan Spitz, Greg D'Angelo (except where Charlie Benante rerecorded the drums), and Dan Lilker[1].

The song "Armed and Dangerous" also appears on the Spreading the Disease album.

The song "God Save the Queen" was originally recorded by the Sex Pistols on the Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols album.

Contents

Reception

Track listing

Bonus tracks (CD issue)

Two tracks were added on the CD issue of the album. They were originally featured on a single before the release of Fistful of Metal and sound rawer than their equivalents on that album.

Personnel

References

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