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Sepultura - The Roadrunner Albums: 1985-1996 album mp3
The Roadrunner Albums: 1985-1996
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The Roadrunner Albums: 1985-1996.

Each disc comes in a vinyl replica cardboard sleeve, no lyrics or other extras. If you simply want listening copies of these albums that are easy to carry around, this will do. Definitely not worth the full price, as you can get the remasters pretty cheap. Reply Notify me Helpful.

Contains the classic SEPULTURA albums "Bestial devastation", "Morbid visions", "Schizophrenia", "Beneath The Remains", "Arise", "Chaos AD" and "Roots" on six CDs! Disc 1. Track list. 2LP - 1. 9 eur 1. 9 eur. SEPULTURA Chaos .

1985 - Morbid Visions/Bestial Devastation. 01. Morbid Visions 02. Mayhem 03.

THE ROADRUNNER ALBUMS 1985-1996 retraces the band's evolution over 11 years with a potent mix of aggression and groove. It begins with the 1985 EP Bestial Devastation. Those five songs would later be reissued as bonus tracks on Sepultura's full-length debut, Morbid Visions. That album featured the hit "Troops of Doom," a song that would become a mainstay in the band's live shows for years to come.

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THE ROADRUNNER ALBUMS 1985-1996 will be released on January 27, 2017 as a six-CD set. The collection will also be released on vinyl as a six-LP set with each album pressed in a different color. The collection combines Sepultura's debut EP Bestial Devastation with the group's first six studio albums: Morbid Visions (1986), Schizophrenia (1987), Beneath The Remains (1989), Arise (1991), Chaos . 1993), and Roots (1996). THE ROADRUNNER ALBUMS 1985-1996 retraces the band's evolution over 11 years with a potent mix of aggression and groove.


Morbid Visions / Bestial Devastation
A1 Morbid Visions 3:23
A2 Mayhem 3:15
A3 Troops Of Doom 3:21
A4 War 5:32
A5 Crucifixion 5:02
A6 Show Me The Wrath 3:52
B1 Funeral Rites 4:23
B2 Empire Of The Damned 4:24
B3 The Curse 0:39
B4 Bestial Devastation 3:06
B5 Antichrist 3:46
B6 Necromancer 3:52
B7 Warriors Of Death 4:07
C1 Intro 0:31
C2 From The Past Comes the Storms 4:55
C3 To The Wall 5:36
C4 Escape To The Void 4:38
C5 Inquisition Symphony 7:13
D1 Screams Behind The Shadows 4:48
D2 Septic Schizo 4:31
D3 The Abyss 1:01
D4 R.I.P (Rest In Pain) 4:36
D5 Troops Of Doom (Bonus) 3:17
Beneath The Remains
E1 Beneath The Remains 5:11
E2 Inner Self 5:07
E3 Strong Than Hate 5:50
E4 Mass Hypnosis 4:22
E5 Sarcastic Existence 4:43
F1 Slave Of Pain 4:00
F2 Lobotomy 4:55
F3 Hungry 4:28
F4 Primitive Future 3:08
G1 Arise 3:20
G2 Dead Embryonic Cells 4:50
G3 Desperate Cry 6:40
G4 Murder 3:25
G5 Subtraction 4:46
H1 Altered State 6:32
H2 Under Siege (Regnum Irae) 4:53
H3 Meaningless Movements 4:39
H4 Infected Voice 3:16
Chaos A.D.
I1 Refuse/Resist 3:19
I2 Territory 4:45
I3 Slave New World 2:54
I4 Amen 4:24
I5 Kaiowas 3:32
I6 Propaganda 3:31
J1 Biotech Is Godzilla 1:52
J2 Nomad 4:58
J3 We Who Are Not As Others 3:43
J4 Manifest 4:55
J5 The Hunt 3:58
J6 Clenched Fist 4:57
K1 Roots Bloody Roots
K2 Attitude
K3 Cut-Throat
K4 Ratamahatta
K5 Breed Apart
K6 Straighthate
K7 Spit
L1 Lookaway
L2 Dusted
L3 Born Stubborn
L4 Jasco
L5 Itsari
L6 Ambush
L7 Endangered Species
L8 Dictatorshit

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Rhino Entertainment Company
  • Marketed By – Rhino Entertainment Company
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Roadrunner Records
  • Copyright (c) – Roadrunner Records


Morbid Visions / Bestial Devastation - Red with black splatter
Schizophrenia - Marbled light blue opaque
Beneath The Remains - Transparent orange
Arise - Gold
Chaos A.D. - Navy blue with green splatters
Roots - Red opaque vinyl

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Box Set): 0 81227 94400 1
  • Barcode (Morbid Visions / Bestial Devastation): 0 81227 94167 3
  • Barcode (Schizophrenia): 0 81227 94166 6
  • Barcode (Beneath the Remains): 0 81227 94165 9
  • Barcode (Arise): 0 81227 94163 3
  • Barcode (Chaos A.D.): 0 81227 94161 1
  • Barcode (Roots): 0 81227 94253 3
  • Other (Morbid Visions / Bestial Devastation Catalog): R1 187650
  • Other (Schizophrenia Catalog): R1 187642
  • Other (Beneath the Remains Catalog): R1 195114
  • Other (Arise Catalog): R1 193284
  • Other (Chaos A.D. Catalog): R1 190002
  • Other (Roots Catalog): R1 189003
  • Matrix / Runout (Morbid Visions / Bestial Devastation, Side A): MPO R1-187650 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Morbid Visions / Bestial Devastation, Side B): MPO R1-187650 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Schizophrenia, Side A): MPO R1-187642 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Schizophrenia, Side B): MPO R1-187642 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Beneath the Remains, Side A): MPO R1-195114 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Beneath the Remains, Side B): MPO R1-195114 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Arise, Side A): MPO R1-193284 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Arise, Side B): MPO R1-193284 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Chaos A.D., Side A): MPO R1-190002 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Chaos A.D., Side B): MPO R1-190002 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Roots, Side 1): MPO R1-189003 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Roots, Side 2): MPO R1-189003 B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
R2 556159 Sepultura The Roadrunner Albums: 1985-1996 ‎(Box, Comp + CD, Album, RE + CD, Album, RE + CD, Al) Roadrunner Records R2 556159 US 2017
R2 556159, 081227944032 Sepultura The Roadrunner Albums: 1985-1996 ‎(Box, Comp + CD, Album, RE + CD, Album, RE + CD, Al) Roadrunner Records, Roadrunner Records R2 556159, 081227944032 Europe 2017
R1 556159 Sepultura The Roadrunner Albums: 1985-1996 ‎(Box, Comp + LP, Album, RE, Red + LP, Album, RE, Ma) Roadrunner Records R1 556159 US 2017

  • Ka
The four first albums definitely sound better here than the cd's I have. "Schizophrenia" and "Beneath The Remains" has more power, guts, and punch and has a warmer, more dynamic sound than the horrible ultra-digital sounding Sepultura Remasters cd-series from 1997. "Arise" sounds warmer, fuller, more natural and punchier than the thin and flat sounding original 1991 cd. "Chaos A.D." sounds warm and dynamic, but maybe a bit duller than the original 1993 cd. The cd has a bit more air to it (typical pre-remaster 90's cd sound), while the vinyl just sounds more analog. This ends up being a matter of taste, for me, I would play the vinyl here, but keep the cd for the hidden bonus track which is not included on the vinyl. "Roots" is the worst sounding record here. Dull and muddy at a very low volume, it has no power, guts or dynamics, no fun. Definitely the 1996 cd is the pick here, which sounds like this record is supposed to sound: Raw, powerful and HUGE.
  • skriper
The quality of the sleeves and innersleeves is really poor. The sound quality acceptable.For the price it costs (120€) it's not a good deal in my oppinion.
  • Mot
My copy of roots has some low surface noise, apart from that it is a good one.
  • Ffel
About one minute of the song C2 "From The Past Comes the Storms" is missing. It's just blank! Anyone else has this faulty pressing?
  • Nea
I am very happy with the pressing. As a fan you need this set. Killer band laying down the road for generations to walk on.
  • Dusar
I am only happy with the packaging. The vinyl quality is poor as always when it comes to releases by RHINO. Background noise, cracks and pops & warped vinyl. If only MOV made this box set...The sound quality is o.k., but the cheap vinyl they use is full of background noise. Listening to the beginning of ''Under Siege'' is painful for my ears. Sounds like someone is digging in sand.Thank god I still have my old scratched first pressing of Arise that has 0 background noise and sound quality is heavenly.
  • Prince Persie
Does anyone have any info on the quality of the pressings in this set?I have had trouble with Rhino Records before, going through 2 copies of their awful pressing of Kyuss - Sky Valley before finding a different pressing that sounded much better (not Rhino).
  • Renthadral
Can you elaborate on the 'not like the Pantera Box Set' regarding completeness? I have this and it's about as complete as it can be imo.
  • JOIN
Kyuss - Sky Valley is only press and repress by Rhino
  • Gravelblade
I agree with you. I also like the Pantera boxset. The only problem is Southern Trendkill and its layout and length. I also own the rhino 2lp reissue but still is not 100%. That's why I keep the cd despite I gave up cd's and sold them all.
  • Nakora
Only listened 1 times, but the sound is good in my opinion. Covers are printed very well and the records are complete. (not like the Pantera Box Set) I think it`s a good deal!
  • Zan
Ok, here's very fast summary:Morbid Visions / Bestial Devastation - okSchizophrenia - okBeneath The Remains - failArise - okChaos A.D. - okRoots - okThe whole boxset - ok, I don't regret, I'm happy I own it.
  • HelloBoB:D
Does anyone have any further updates on the audio quality of this set?
  • Feri
The song itself is fine, no noise, just on the dead wax like the step.
  • Eayaroler
No LP120, its a vintage QueOn with AT95E. I tried Arise on two other turntables with different cartridges with even worst results. JiriSmahel, I believe your copy is fine, its the last 2 minutes of the song, very noticeable during high pitch solo. I'm getting a replacement and will update results.Update, new copy arrived same distortion on the Arise album... So disappointed. My copy is the US not the EU.
  • Usishele
You are right, when the song ends, there is a noise like someone steps on sand. Short but hearable.
  • Alien
Grim_Skunk I'm assuming you have an AT LP120? That's what I also have, so there is a chance I might get inner groove distortion? :(This seems like it could have been a really nice box set, but maybe I'll just track down original pressings.
  • Just_paw
Near the end of Infected Voice, there's lots of distortion with my AT95E cartridge... It's setup correctly, You didn't notice any distortion?
  • Bandiri
Listening to Roots on headphones right now, can't hear any noise even between songs.
  • Qumen
Continuing with Arise, it sounds quite decent, not disappointed at all. Compared with first US cd pressing and sounds very similar, vinyl is a bit darker, not so bright but I think it's a format issue. Definitely thumb up for Arise.
  • Agamaginn
They sound decent to me, especially for the price. The only thing is, I wish they were 2x LPs each album. The tracks are almost to the label... If you have issues with inner groove distortion with your cartridge this might be an issue.
  • Cashoutmaster
OK, received the set. I haven't completed listening but I did listen to all of Roots, Arise and Beneath the Remains.I feel it sounded good. Better than my CDs but I didn't AB test it.The box is nice and the jackets have nice sharp printing. Chaos AD jacket is a bit overblown and bright however.Hurry if you want a good deal at ccmusic.comI picked it up for $76 shipped.Preliminary score will be an 8/10
  • Sharpbinder
I kind of put up with the quality issues and didn't expect anything superb as I take this box as a collectable item. If anyone's looking for best mastering you can be happier with those original releases.
  • Yainai
JiriSmahel I was worried that they would sound compressed with each album being on a single disc. Was really surprised to see Bestial Devastation and Morbid Visions on the same disc. The intro to Morbid Visions seems to have been omitted and they've squeezed most of the album onto a single side! Both were pretty poor quality recordings to begin with but now I imagine they sound terrible.Such a shame if it is all very poor quality. I know the Rhino Records reissue of Arise was supposed to be bad and I'd imagine they just used the same pressing.I've always been very cautious of Rhino after my trouble with Kyuss - Sky Valley. The first copy I had was incredibly quiet, poorly mixed and had popping, crackles and other surface noise through the entire album. Sometimes the surface noise was louder than the music! I wrote a strongly worded email of complaint to them and they actually replied and said they would send me another copy directly (had to send a pic of my store receipt). A few weeks later it arrived... sounded exactly the same. The only difference was the sleeve was creased!
  • lucky kitten
Well, I have not to listened to entire box set yet but there are obvious quality issues. What I spun first, the Beneath classic, it is a disaster. Loud as hell, compressed as hell. I also own this ( vinyl and it is incomparable. Definitely thumb down. Second record from the boxset I listened to is Roots, which is completely different story. Quiet record, probably different mastering. Really improvement over cd. But there is a but .. the sound is soft and takes out the rawness of the original record. At least, my ears are not bleeding. I bought this boxset because I'm a huge Sepultura fan till Roots. I will keep listening and I'll put an update later.
  • Modifyn
Im curious too. Though, the quality up to Arise is pretty bad from what I remember on CD years ago. So dont expect anything sounding great until you hit Arise/Chaos/Roots albums.
  • Uscavel
imho quality is quite good... I like the sound... go for it...