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Speak English or Die


Download links and information about Speak English or Die by S. O. D.: Stormtroopers Of Death. This album was released in 1985 and it belongs to Rock, Punk, Metal, Alternative genres. It contains 33 tracks with total duration of 01:01:23 minutes.

Artist: S. O. D.: Stormtroopers Of Death
Release date: 1985
Genre: Rock, Punk, Metal, Alternative
Tracks: 33
Duration: 01:01:23
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No. Title Length
1. March of the S.O.D. 1:27
2. Sargent "D" and the S.O.D. 2:23
3. Kill Yourself 2:11
4. Milano Mosh 1:32
5. Speak English or Die 2:24
6. United Forces 1:53
7. Chromatic Death 0:43
8. Pi Alpha Nu 1:09
9. Anti-Procrastination Song 0:06
10. What's That Noise? 1:00
11. Freddy Kreuger 2:32
12. Milk 1:54
13. Pre-Menstrual Princess Blues 1:20
14. Pussy Whipped 2:14
15. Fist Banging Mania 2:04
16. No Turning Back 0:52
17. F**k the Middle East 0:27
18. Douche Crew 1:35
19. Hey Gordy! 0:07
20. The Ballad of Jimi Hendrix 0:05
21. Diamonds and Rust (extended Version) 0:05
22. Identity 2:50
23. GO 1:07
24. March of the S.O.D.:Sargent "D" (live In Tokyo) 4:25
25. Kill Yourself (live In Tokyo) 4:08
26. Milano Mosh (live In Tokyo) 2:09
27. Speak English or Die (live In Tokyo) 4:31
28. F**k the Middle East:Douche Crew (live In Tokyo) 3:11
29. Not:Momo:Taint:The Camel Boy:Diamonds and Rust:Anti-Procrastination Song (live In Tokyo) 1:24
30. Milk (live In Tokyo) 4:08
31. United Forces (live In Tokyo) 2:01
32. United Forces: Outro (live In Tokyo) 2:05
33. Ram It Up (hidden Track) 1:21



S.O.D.'s Speak English or Die was an important record in the fusion of hardcore punk with thrash and speed metal, making even more explicit the connections that Anthrax's music implied. The tone of the music is crushingly loud, fast, and aggressive, but not at all serious — the record is filled with goofy, macho humor, some of which holds up well (i.e., the three-second "Anti-Procrastination Song," an ode to "Milk") and some of which is quite racist and sexist. However, the music blasts by at such a frenetic pace (22 tracks in under half an hour) that the more offensive lyrics are often incomprehensible, so some may find them easier to ignore. Still, it's the loud-fast-rules music that made an impact, and mosh fans will quickly understand why.