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MTV2 Headbangers Ball

  • 0. DISC 1:
    1. Straight Out of Line - Godsmack
    2. This Is Now - Hatebreed
    3. Price to Play - Staind
    4. Stupid Girl - Cold
    5. Hexagram - Deftones
    6. This Is the New S**t - Marilyn Manson
    7. Separate - Sevendust
    8. When It Cuts - Ill Nio
    9. World's So Cold - Mudvayne
    10. Smothered - Spineshank
    11. Destroy All - Static-X
    12. Fixation on the Darkness - Killswitch Engage (previously unreleased)
    13. Inhale - Stone Sour
    14. Pride - SOiL
    15. Safe Home - Anthrax
    16. Raining Blood - Slayer (live)
    17. Dead in Hollywood - Murderdolls
    18. Destroyer of Senses - Shadows Fall
    19. Sun Doesn't Rise - Mushroomhead
    20. House of 1000 Corpses - Rob Zombie
    0. DISC 2:
    1. Ruin - Lamb of God
    2. We Will Rise - Arch Enemy
    3. Clouds Connected - In Flames
    4. Down Again - Chimaira
    5. You Broke Like Glass - Eighteen Visions
    6. Heaven's a Lie - Lacuna Coil
    7. I Could Care Less - DevilDriver
    8. Sworn Enemy - Sworn Enemy
    9. At the End of August - 36 Crazyfists
    10. Mannequin - Cradle of Filth
    11. Infected - Demon Hunter
    12. March of the Fire Ants - Mastodon
    13. Down - Motograter
    14. Mandibles - E-Town Concrete
    15. Botchla - Poison the Well
    16. Rejection Role - Soilwork
    17. Endless - Unearth
    18. Relentless - Strapping Young Lad
    19. Forever - As I Lay Dying
    20. Rational Gaze - Meshuggah
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 618327

  • Credits
    ProducerCradle Of Filth; Dan Certa; Daniel Bergstrand; Dave Chavarri; David Bottrill; Deftones; Demon Hunter; Devin Townsend; Christina Machado; Doug Cook; Mike Sarkisyan; Evan White; Steve Holt; Zuess; Tom Decker; GGGarth; Greg Koller; Howard Benson; James Barton; James Paul Wisner; Jamey Jasta; Aaron Sprinkle; Jeremy Staska; Adam Dutkiewicz; Joey Jordison; Josh Abraham; Lamb Of God; Marilyn Manson; Mark Hunter; Mastodon; Matt Bayles; Matt Sepanic; Meshuggah; Mudvayne; Mushroomhead; Nick Raskulinecz; Andy Sneap; Poison The Well; Anthrax; Rob Zombie; Ross Hogarth; Scott Humphrey; Sevendust; Slayer; Soilwork; Stone Sour; Strapping Young Lad; Sully Erna; Terry Date; Tim Skold; Tom Tatman; Waldemar Sorychta; Ben Grosse; Ben Schigel; Johnny K; Tim Lambesis; Rob Arnold; Butch Walker
    EngineerBen Schigel

    Personnel: Howard Jones (vocals).
    Audio Mixers: Chris Lord-Alge; Colin Richardson; Cradle of Filth; Daniel Bergstrand; David Bottrill; Zeuss; Frank Gryner; Fredrik Nordstrm ; Greg Koller; Greg Reely; Orjan Ornkloo; J.R. McNeely; James Barton ; Jay Baumgardner; Jeremy Staska; Adam Dutkiewicz; Joey Jordison; Lamb of God; Matt Bayles; Matt Hyde ; Matt Sepanic; Matt Wallace ; Meshuggah; Michael Barbiero; Mike Fraser; Anders Fridn; Andy Sneap; Andy Wallace; Poison the Well; Randy Staub ; Scott Humphrey; Shaun Thingvold; Soilwork; Steve Russell; Terry Date; Toby Wright; Ulrich Wild; Waldemar Sorychta ; Ben Grosse; Rob Caggiano; Charlie Benante.
    Illustrator: Derek Hess .
    In ye olde days of the 1980s, true metalheads hoping to catch videos of their favorite bands had to stay up late for the original HEADBANGERS BALL, MTV's bastion of all things long-haired, leather-clad, and too heavy for the network's regular rotation. In the new millennium, when extreme metal of every sort reached the mainstream on a weekly basis, the faithful ironically still turned to HEADBANGERS BALL, this time on MTV's music-intensive--and, oddly enough, less popular--sister network MTV2.
    As the title suggests, MTV2 HEADBANGERS BALL collects the program's best moments, which range from the chart topping alt-rock metal of Staind (here represented by "Price to Play," the first single from 12 SHADES OF GREY) to lesser known, far more demanding fare such as Unearth's pile-driving "Endless." The two-disc set even gives a nod to a few of metal's most influential pioneers, Anthrax and Slayer (the latter contributes an absolutely ferocious live version of the classic speed metal anthem "Raining Blood"), acknowledging both the roots of the genre and the artists that made the original HEADBANGERS BALL so compelling.

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