Recorded and filmed in the German town of Oberhausen, Germany, Overkill pulled out two of their classic records! The first half of the release contains the band performing their entire 1991 classic, “Horrorscope”. The second half contains the band performing their 1985 debut, “Feel the Fire”.

Recorded and filmed in the German town of Oberhausen, Germany, Overkill pulled out two of their classic records! The first half of the release contains the band performing their entire 1991 classic, “Horrorscope”. The second half contains the band performing their 1985 debut, “Feel the Fire”.

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Live In Overhausen [2CD/Blu-ray]
Artist: Overkill
Format: CD
New: in stock 25.98
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Coma (Live)
2. Infectious (Live)
3. Blood Money (Live)
4. Thanx for Nothin' (Live)
5. Bare Bones (Live)
6. Horrorscope (Live)
7. New Machine (Live)
8. Frankenstein (Live)
9. Live Young, Die Free (Live) 1
10. Nice Day... for a Funeral (Live) 1
11. Soulitude (Live) 1
12. Raise the Dead (Live) 1
13. Rotten to the Core (Live) 1
14. There's No Tomorrow (Live) 1
15. Second Son (Live) 1
16. Hammerhead (Live) 1
17. Feel the Fire (Live) 1
18. Blood and Iron (Live) 1
19. Kill at Command (Live) 2
20. Overkill (Live) 2
21. FNCK You (Live) 2
22. Coma (Live) 2
23. Infectious (Live) 2
24. Blood Money (Live) 2
25. Thanx for Nothin' (Live) 2
26. Bare Bones (Live) 2
27. Horrorscope (Live) 2
28. New Machine (Live) 2
29. Frankenstein (Live) 3
30. Live Young, Die Free (Live) 3
31. Nice Day... for a Funeral (Live) 3
32. Soulitude (Live) 3
33. Raise the Dead (Live) 3
34. Rotten to the Core (Live) 3
35. There's No Tomorrow (Live) 3
36. Second Son (Live) 3
37. Hammerhead (Live) 3
38. Feel the Fire (Live) 3
39. Blood and Iron (Live) 4
40. Kill at Command (Live) 4
41. Overkill (Live) 4
42. FNCK You (Live)

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Recorded and filmed in the German town of Oberhausen, Germany, Overkill pulled out two of their classic records! The first half of the release contains the band performing their entire 1991 classic, “Horrorscope”. The second half contains the band performing their 1985 debut, “Feel the Fire”.