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Barcode :. But the real issue here, is that the other tracks don't make up for it. Thus, any value to the release falls solely on the shoulders of "Interrogate", which is again, a mediocre piece that would've only scraped the bottom of the band's first two albums. The vocals and riffing dynamics are easily superior to the other tracks here, and it picks up into acceptable levels of thrust, but it's too little and too late and there are simply better options available in the remainder of the band's catalog.
In short, there is absolutely no reason to hunt this down. The three tracks have since been included with the Metal Mind re-issue of the band's debut, but otherwise I would not spend even a dime Ghost Busters - Xentrix (2) - Ghost Busters (Vinyl) adding this to my collection. A cute gimmick, Ghost Busters - Xentrix (2) - Ghost Busters (Vinyl), perhaps, but cute wasn't going to cut it, and I'd accept even the dorkiest phoning in of ironic, unfunny retro thrashing over this plebeian attempt at a pop culture gag.
Xentrix go goofy on this single, covering the infamous Ghostbusters theme song making it a thrash song with some awesome leads and hilariously awesome vocals, while at the same time showing off previously unheard material in preparation towards to their sophomore album release.
Xentrix never was known for being a really aggressive or a death thrash outfit, more of a straight up melodic thrash band more welcome amongst the ranks of Megadeth, Toxik and even Realm on the more technical side. The bass is prominent in this song as well, as it should be in a thrash band, allowing for heavier rhythms and packing more of a punch.
Interrogate is the heavier song, focusing more on intense drumming and showcasing a better bassline, especially almost exactly halfway in with the insane bass solo; this is what thrash is all about! Hyperactive drums mixed with wicked bass solos and lines to compromise the neverending riffs and melody brought in with the guitar solos.
Xentrix has nailed this down, and with this Ghostbusters single given me the first taste of what Xentrix is all Ghost Busters - Xentrix (2) - Ghost Busters (Vinyl) Horns to these thrashers for turning a goofy ass song like Ghostbusters and making it thrash, speeding it up towards the end faster and fasters until it reaches its peak and cumulates with a great thrash ending.
After having an great debut album with "Shattered Existence" The UK Thrasher wanted to give fans a little preview on what the next album was going to be, and they gave the fans the single called Ghostbusters. The single kicks off with an Excellent cover of Ray Parker Jr. Hit "Ghostbusters" this is great track and it shows that you can take a hit pop song to a classic Thrash cover.
Xentrix change the song a bit with taking some parts off and shorten it to a almost full three minutes song. The second track off this is "Nobody's Perfect" which a great track, fast, strong and powerful. Nice little drum solo from -has a good guitar solo towards to end of the track. And the final track on this is "Interrogate" The drum intro is good, Chuck Billy style vocals are good. Awesome guitar solos that starts around - just a good fast in your face thrash song.
Overall this single is good, great production, band working well together and just a kick ass cover of a pop tune. Xentrix is a good thrash that got lost in the start of the death metal era that hit the Late 80's through the early 90's. The bands style hadn't change with this ep maybe because they were recorded during "Shattered Existence" sessions and never made it into album until re-release version did.
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