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  • Gok says:
    Testament discography and songs: Music profile for Testament, formed Genres: Thrash Metal, Heavy Metal. Albums include The Legacy, The New Order, and The Gathering.
  • Akizshura says:
    Jan 16,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - TESTAMENT - The Legacy () Full Album Vinyl (Completo) YouTube Pantera - Vulgar Display of Power (Full Album) - .
  • Tak says:
    Live at the Fillmore Testament. Released The Legacy Lyrics. Trail “Live at the Fillmore” Q&A. Album Credits. Producers Alex Perialas, Garth Richardson, Michael Rosen & 1 more.
  • Mimi says:
    One of the best live disks I've heard in awhile: 15 awesome tracks showcasing the best of Testament. Thrash guitars and good strong vocals make this a stand out collection: the only moan I have is the last two tracks of the album "The legacy" and "Trail of Tears" which are far more mellow and stripped down and while I would not criticize them individually I would question their inclusion on Reviews:
  • Muzuru says:
    Live at the Fillmore was the first proper live album from Testament, disregarding the two previous EPs which had about 9 tracks and 45 minutes of material between them, and though it has a few flaws stunting it from a position of 'mandatory' in their catalog, it's nonetheless a fairly substantial release with 14 live cuts and 3 'unplugged' studio tracks as an added bonus.
  • Golabar says:
    Jun 09,  · Prosthetic Records recently re-released TESTAMENT's out-of-print hometown-show album "Live At The Fillmore" on CD. The LP was reissued digitally last .
  • Mikagis says:
    Live at the Fillmore, an Album by Testament. Released 18 July on Spitfire (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Thrash Metal. Featured peformers: Eric Peterson (backing vocals, rhythm guitar, lead guitar, acoustic guitar, producer), Greg Christian (bass), Chuck Billy (vocals, producer), Jon Dette (drums), James Murphy (lead guitar, rhythm guitar, acoustic guitar).
  • Moll says:
    The Legacy, Testament's epic thrash metal debut, might as well have come out yesterday, because every time I listen to it I feel like I'm hearing something fresh. Saying it has aged well is an understatement of criminal proportions. The Legacy hasn't merely aged well; it's still as relevant to the thrash genre as it was when it came out in /5().

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