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    “No Place For Disgrace”
    Album Details
    • Long out of print on wax
    • Would be expanded to a 2LP and properly sequenced for improved fidelity
    • Side D would feature live bonus tracks debuting on vinyl
    • Would be pressed on colored vinyl for the first time.
    • Would be limited and individually foil-stamp numbered

    Biography

    Flotsam and Jetsam is an American thrash metal band that was formed in Phoenix in 1981. Before settling on its current name in 1984, the band existed under three different names: Paradox, Dredlox and Dogz. Their current lineup includes vocalist Eric “A.K.” Knutson, guitarists Michael Gilbert and Steve Conley, bassist Bill Bodily, and drummer Ken Mary. The band went through several lineup changes over the years, leaving Knutson as the only constant member. They are also notable for featuring bassist Jason Newsted, who left the band shortly after the release of their debut to join Metallica as Cliff Burton’s successor. Flotsam and Jetsam recorded their debut album Doomsday For The Deceiver in Los Angeles with producer Brian Slagel. The album was released on July 4 1986, and was the first in Kerrang Magazine’s history to achieve the 6k rating. On Halloween night of 1986, Newsted played his last gig with the band. They inked a deal with Metallica’s then-label Elektra Records before opening for Megadeth in 1987 on the Peace Sells Tour in Europe and America. After touring with Megadeth, the band played shows in America with Slayer, Dark Angel, Celtic Frost, Sacred Reich and Excel. Their second studio album and only one on Roadrunner Records, No Place For Disgrace, was released in May 1988 and includes a cover of Elton John’s hit, “Saturday Night’s Alright For Fighting,” for which a music video was shot. The band toured heavily behind the album through out 1988 and 1989. They opened for King Diamond in America and supported Megadeth, Testament and Sanctuary in Europe on the So Far, So Good…So What! Tour. The band also toured or played shows with Testament, The Crumbsuckers, Fates Warning, Destruction, Metal Church, Death Angel, and Kreator. Flotsam and Jetsam have released fourteen studio albums in their career after signing with MCA in 1989. Despite not achieving similar levels of commercial success as some of their thrash metal contemporaries, the band emerged as part of the second wave of the genre in the mid-to-late 1980s, and has enjoyed moderate success in the United States, with two of their albums (1988’s No Place For Disgrace and 1990’s When The Storm Comes Down) entering the Billboard 200 chart, and their fourth album, Cuatro cracking the top 30 on the Heatseekers chart. 

    Track Listing
    Track Sides: 
    Side A
    List of tracks: 
    Track Title: 
    1 No Place For Disgrace
    Track Duration: 
    6:13
    Track Title: 
    2 Dreams Of Death
    Track Duration: 
    5:40
    Track Title: 
    3 N.E. Terror
    Track Duration: 
    5:57
    Track Sides: 
    Side B
    List of tracks: 
    Track Title: 
    1 Escape From Within
    Track Duration: 
    6:47
    Track Title: 
    2 Saturday Night’s Alright For Fighting
    Track Duration: 
    4:03
    Track Title: 
    3 Hard On You
    Track Duration: 
    4:51
    Track Sides: 
    Side C
    List of tracks: 
    Track Title: 
    1 I Live You Die
    Track Duration: 
    5:49
    Track Title: 
    2 Misguided Fortune
    Track Duration: 
    5:41
    Track Title: 
    3 P.A.A.B.
    Track Duration: 
    5:32
    Track Title: 
    4 The Jones
    Track Duration: 
    4:05
    Track Sides: 
    Side D
    List of tracks: 
    Track Title: 
    1 No Place For Disgrace (live)
    Track Duration: 
    8:34
    Track Title: 
    2 Hard On You (live)
    Track Duration: 
    4:51
    Track Title: 
    3 Misguided Fortune (live)
    Track Duration: 
    5:29
    Track Title: 
    4 Dreams Of Death
    Track Duration: 
    5:40
Release date: 
June 7, 2021
Audio Player Embed: 

Artist Name: 
Flotsam And Jetsam
Album Detail: 
  • Long out of print on wax
  • Would be expanded to a 2LP and properly sequenced for improved fidelity
  • Side D would feature live bonus tracks debuting on vinyl
  • Would be pressed on colored vinyl for the first time.
  • Would be limited and individually foil-stamp numbered

Biography

Flotsam and Jetsam is an American thrash metal band that was formed in Phoenix in 1981. Before settling on its current name in 1984, the band existed under three different names: Paradox, Dredlox and Dogz. Their current lineup includes vocalist Eric “A.K.” Knutson, guitarists Michael Gilbert and Steve Conley, bassist Bill Bodily, and drummer Ken Mary. The band went through several lineup changes over the years, leaving Knutson as the only constant member. They are also notable for featuring bassist Jason Newsted, who left the band shortly after the release of their debut to join Metallica as Cliff Burton’s successor. Flotsam and Jetsam recorded their debut album Doomsday For The Deceiver in Los Angeles with producer Brian Slagel. The album was released on July 4 1986, and was the first in Kerrang Magazine’s history to achieve the 6k rating. On Halloween night of 1986, Newsted played his last gig with the band. They inked a deal with Metallica’s then-label Elektra Records before opening for Megadeth in 1987 on the Peace Sells Tour in Europe and America. After touring with Megadeth, the band played shows in America with Slayer, Dark Angel, Celtic Frost, Sacred Reich and Excel. Their second studio album and only one on Roadrunner Records, No Place For Disgrace, was released in May 1988 and includes a cover of Elton John’s hit, “Saturday Night’s Alright For Fighting,” for which a music video was shot. The band toured heavily behind the album through out 1988 and 1989. They opened for King Diamond in America and supported Megadeth, Testament and Sanctuary in Europe on the So Far, So Good…So What! Tour. The band also toured or played shows with Testament, The Crumbsuckers, Fates Warning, Destruction, Metal Church, Death Angel, and Kreator. Flotsam and Jetsam have released fourteen studio albums in their career after signing with MCA in 1989. Despite not achieving similar levels of commercial success as some of their thrash metal contemporaries, the band emerged as part of the second wave of the genre in the mid-to-late 1980s, and has enjoyed moderate success in the United States, with two of their albums (1988’s No Place For Disgrace and 1990’s When The Storm Comes Down) entering the Billboard 200 chart, and their fourth album, Cuatro cracking the top 30 on the Heatseekers chart. 

Is Voting For the Next Release?: 
yes
Is record of the month: 
No
Pre Order End Date: 
Monday, June 7, 2021 - 14:00
Track Listings: 
Track Sides: 
Side A
List of tracks: 
Track Title: 
1 No Place For Disgrace
Track Duration: 
6:13
Track Title: 
2 Dreams Of Death
Track Duration: 
5:40
Track Title: 
3 N.E. Terror
Track Duration: 
5:57
Track Sides: 
Side B
List of tracks: 
Track Title: 
1 Escape From Within
Track Duration: 
6:47
Track Title: 
2 Saturday Night’s Alright For Fighting
Track Duration: 
4:03
Track Title: 
3 Hard On You
Track Duration: 
4:51
Track Sides: 
Side C
List of tracks: 
Track Title: 
1 I Live You Die
Track Duration: 
5:49
Track Title: 
2 Misguided Fortune
Track Duration: 
5:41
Track Title: 
3 P.A.A.B.
Track Duration: 
5:32
Track Title: 
4 The Jones
Track Duration: 
4:05
Track Sides: 
Side D
List of tracks: 
Track Title: 
1 No Place For Disgrace (live)
Track Duration: 
8:34
Track Title: 
2 Hard On You (live)
Track Duration: 
4:51
Track Title: 
3 Misguided Fortune (live)
Track Duration: 
5:29
Track Title: 
4 Dreams Of Death
Track Duration: 
5:40
List of tracks: 
Is out of stock: 
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    • Long out of print on wax
    • Would be expanded to a 2LP and properly sequenced for improved fidelity
    • Side D would feature live bonus tracks debuting on vinyl
    • Would be pressed on colored vinyl for the first time.
    • Would be limited and individually foil-stamp numbered

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