Many ECW fans in the United States were aware of the 1998 release of “ECW: Extreme Music”, the CD album with Sandman on the front cover (click here to see more about that album). A thank you needs to go out to ECW fan Mike Juliano of Horror Pain Gore Death Productions for reminding us that there was a 1999 European version of this album, but it had differences with the US release.
Here is more information about this album from Discogs.com:
|1||Harry Slash & The Slashtones–||This Is Extreme|
|2||White Zombie–||El Phantasmo And The Chicken Run Blast-O-Rama (Wine, Women & Song Mix)|
|4||Megadeth–||Trust (ECW Instrumental Mix)|
|5||Bruce Dickinson–||The Zoo|
|9||Tres Diablos–||Heard It On The X|
|10||Monster Magnet–||Kick Out The Jams|
|11||Morbid Angel–||Prayer Of Hatred|
|12||Iron Monkey (3)–||Supagorgonizer|
- Phonographic Copyright ℗ – Earache Records Ltd.
- Copyright © – Earache Records Ltd.
- Made By – PMDC, UK
- Pressed By – Impress (2)
Differences between the US and European version include:
- Grinspoon’s “Snap Your Fingers, Snap Your Neck” (for Justin Credible) was not on the European version
- Cathedral’s “Freedom” was on the European version, but not the American version
- Muscadine’s “Big Balls” (for Balls Mahoney) was not on the European version
- Harry Slash‘s (and the Slashtones) “Huka Blues” (for Sabu) was not on the European version
- Morbid Angel’s “Prayer of Hatred” was on the European version, but not the American version
- Iron Monkey’s “Supagorgonizer” was on the European version, but not the American version
There is more information about this album and its derivatives (cassettes, club edition and more) at this page: https://www.discogs.com/release/3640624-Various-ECW-Extreme-Music
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