Sodom One Night in Bangkok

Hard to comprehend this is Sodom's third live album, but after so many years of drunken Germanic thrash, why not? Sure can't think of any reason while listening to this fun double-disc romp through Sodom's sordid history, as the production sounds good and the song selection is just fine (although it's probably a good idea if no one ever covers "Ace of Spades" again). So the standard live album caveats apply, but in the face of such solid and historic thrash it's hard to not just hoist a lager and bang your head into the wee, wee hours, tomorrow be damned. (SPV)