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                                                  Slayer -- My Opinion
                                                   By Boris DeVries



     As a long time fan of Slayer it is my pleasure to get to say a few good words about them. They
formed in 1982 in Huntington Beach, CA by Kerry King and Jeff Hanneman. Early on they sounded a
lot like Judas Priest, especially the album Show No Mercy, Haunting the Chapel, Hell Awaits. After
signing with Rick Rubin they released their land mark album Reign in Blood featuring the songs Angel
of Death and Raining Blood. The level of musicianship that Slayer has always shown surpasses any
band in their genre. Reigning Blood is one of the defining hardcore/slash metal along with Metallica’s
Master of Puppets and DRI’s Dirty Rotten Imbeciles.

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Because Slayer is one of my favorite bands it is hard to pick which songs I think you should listen to
first. One of my personal favorites is Angel of Death. The first track of the Reign in Blood album, gives
you a good idea of their overall style with other songs such as Ghosts of War from their next album
South of Heaven. Also from South of Heaven the song Behind the Crooked Cross and much later the
song Catalyst from Slayer’s new release Christ Illusion.

If you like Slayer and want to find bands of a similar style, I recommend Lamb of God and their album
As the Palaces Burn. If you like their earlier stuff better than their later stuff, I recommend Iron
Maiden’s album Power Slave. The Canadian Metal Band Voivod and their album Dimension Hatross is
another good album to pick if you enjoy Slayer.

Information: Slayer formed in 1982 with members Tom Araya (bass, vocals), Kerry King (guitar), Jeff
Hanneman (guitar) and Dave Lombardo (drums). Their albums include Show No Mercy Hell Awaits,
Reign in Blood, South of Heaven, Seasons in the Abyss, Divine Intervention, Undisputed Attitude,
Diabolus in Musica and God Hates Us All.

http://www.musicandsuch.com/slayer.html




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                                       Buffy The Vampire Slayer (DVD) Review
                                                     By Britt Gillette



 The brainchild of writer Joss Whedon, Buffy The Vampire Slayer originally entered American pop
culture as a full-length feature film, starring Kristy Swanson, in 1992. But creator Whedon felt that the
project never quite did justice to the full scope of his vision, so he managed turn the film into a
television series in 1997. The result of Whedon's increased artistic freedom is a series that has
enjoyed both critical acclaim and audience notoriety. Nominated for 14 Emmy's during its seven year
run, the show managed to win only two (both in 1998 for Outstanding Makeup and Outstanding Music
Composition in a television series). Yet, the true success for Buffy The Vampire Slayer is indicated by
the massive success of the show's long run, strong DVD sales, and the overwhelming success of the
series spin-off Angel…

Sarah Michelle Gellar plays the title role of Buffy Anne Summers, a teenage girl who stands alone
among her generation as the "chosen one" able to "stand against vampires, demons, and the forces of
darkness. She is the Slayer…" But Buffy is not alone in fulfilling her destiny as a slayer of vampires.
She also receives help from the high school librarian, Rupert Giles (Anthony Stewart Head), who is a
Watcher - the one chosen to train and guide slayers on their developmental path. In addition, new
friends Willow Rosenberg (Alyson Hannigan - of American Pie fame) and Xander Harris (Nicholas
Brendon) quickly uncover the truth of Buffy's destiny, and they often aid her in defending the world
against evil forces…

The Buffy the Vampire Slayer DVD offers a number of exciting episodes including the series premiere
"Welcome to the Hellmouth" in which Buffy and her mother arrive in Sunnydale, California, trying to
escape their past. But Buffy quickly learns from the school librarian that the small town sits atop a
"hellmouth" about to bring forth a master vampire. When her secret is revealed to new friends Willow
and Xander, the three must work together to keep the master vampire from using his vessel to enter
their reality… Other notable episodes from Season 1 include "The Harvest" in which Buffy prepares to
face down the master vampire's henchmen so she can stop the harvest (a ceremony which will free the
Master), and "I Robot, You Jane" in which Buffy and the Scooby gang discover a demon trapped in the
school's computer network…

Below is a list of episodes included on the Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Season 1) DVD:

Episode 1 (Welcome to the Hellmouth) Air Date: 03-10-1997 Episode 2 (The Harvest) Air Date:
03-10-1997 Episode 3 (The Witch) Air Date: 03-17-1997 Episode 4 (Teacher's Pet) Air Date:
03-25-1997 Episode 5 (Never Kill a Boy on the First Day) Air Date: 03-31-1997 Episode 6 (The Pack)
Air Date: 04-07-1997 Episode 7 (Angel) Air Date: 04-14-1997 Episode 8 (I Robot, You Jane) Air Date:
04-28-1997 Episode 9 (The Puppet Show) Air Date: 05-05-1997 Episode 10 (Nightmares) Air Date:
05-12-1997 Episode 11 (Out of Mind, Out of Sight) Air Date: 05-19-1997 Episode 12 (Prophecy Girl)
Air Date: 06-02-1997



Britt Gillette is author of The DVD Report (http://thedvdreport.blogspot.com), a blog where you can find
more reviews like this one.



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