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Here's a Remastered Version of the Classic DEATH Track "Pull The Plug"

Don't pull the plug on this pre-order!

Don't pull the plug on this pre-order!

The Death reissue machine keeps rolling, this time with one of my favorite all-time Death records, Leprosy. The album will be getting a fresh coat of paint, so to speak, as it's being remastered by Alan Douches. It will be available from Relapse on April 29th. Here's the track:

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The album will be released in a few different iterations:

  1. 2xCD/Limited Edition
  2. 3xCD/LP/Picture Disc LP/Limited Edition
  3. 2xLP Boxset/Digtal.

And here are the tracklistings:

Disc 1

1. Leprosy
2. Born Dead
3. Forgotten Past
4. Left To Die
5. Pull The Plug
6. Open Casket
7. Primitive Ways
8. Choke On It

Disc 2

Leprosy – 9/23/87 Rehearsals

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1. Open Casket
2. Choke On It
3. Left To Die
4. Left To Die – Take 2

Leprosy – 12/05/87 Rehearsals

5. Left To Die
6. Open Casket
7. Pull The Plug
8. Choke On It
9. Born Dead
10. Forgotten Past

Disc 3

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Live at Backstreets, Rochester, NY – December 13th, 1988

1. Leprosy
2. Open Casket
3. Zombie Ritual
4. Pull The Plug
5. Left To Die
6. Mutilation
7. Forgotten Past
8. Born Dead
9. Denial Of Life
10. Primitive Ways
11. Infernal Death

Live at The Dirt Club, Bloomfield, NJ – December 11th, 1988

12. Leprosy
13. Pull The Plug
14. Forgotten Past
15. Primitive Ways

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Digital Deluxe ONLY Bonus Tracks – Live at The Dirt Club, Bloomfield, NJ – December 11th, 1988

16. Open Casket
17. Mutilation
18. Infernal Death

You can get more info and ordering info over at the Relapse website.

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