April 26, 2015 – 4:24 pm

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Eindhoven 1990 [no label, 1CD]

Live at the Dynamo Open Air, Eindhoven, The Netherlands; June 4, 1990. Fairly good soundboard.

Socially conscious, political speed metal anyone? Or as they say, real Old School.

It is probable that many got into Sacred Reich by way of the Surf Nicaragua EP (1988); and then picked up their first full-length album, The American Way (1990). In 1989, Sacred Reich played for the first time at Dynamo Open Air to over 20.000 metalheads. In an interview with, singer/songwriter/bassist Phil Rind said: “I can’t think of anything that tops it, but there have other shows that stick in my head for different reasons. The first time we played Dynamo was just a special moment for us. There was a level of acceptance on a much larger scale than we were used to. The day was perfect, from the beautiful weather, to the crowd reaction, to the other bands we played with who were very cool. I put on ‘Alive at the Dynamo’ the other day and started laughing. There is a part when I ask the crowd “what do you want to hear?” and loud as shit you hear them yell “Death Squad!”. That was cool!”

Thanks to uninvited94 for sharing the tracks at The Traders’ Den.

uninvited94 noted:

Here’s a very nice recording of the Reich from their D.O.A. gig in 1990! As you might know they did a very short reunion tour this summer, and after seeing them at Wacken I realised (again) what a great band this is/was. The setlist is awesome, with quite some stuff from the criminally underrated “American Way” record, and some exeptional tracks like 31 Flavors (how cool is that!).

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Track 01. The American Way 4:24 (7.4MB)
Track 02. Administrative Decisions 4:36 (7.7MB)
Track 03. One Nation 3:10 (5.3MB)
Track 04. Love And Hate 4:24 (7.4MB)
Track 05. Who’s to Blame? 3:36 (6.1MB)
Track 06. I Don’t Know 3:47 (6.4MB)
Track 07. Death Squad 5:20 (9.0MB)
Track 08. 31 Flavors 2:14 (3.8MB)
Track 09. No Believers/Ignorance 4:15 (7.2MB)
Track 10. Surf Nicaragua 4:17 (7.2MB)
40 mins

Phil Rind – vocals, bass
Wiley Arnett – guitar
Jason Rainey – guitar
Greg Hall – drums


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  1. 6 Responses to “SACRED REICH - HOLLAND 1990”

  2. I hope Big O can procure the dance remixes of these
    gems. Ta ta.

    By Fred Astare Jr. on Apr 27, 2015

  3. Hey Russian Assassin, got your metal the American way here….!

    very very cool.

    By Job Hunter on Apr 27, 2015

  4. how you doing/feeling JH…?

    By Jerry's Finger on Apr 27, 2015

  5. Jerrys’ Finger, Oh, a little under the weather, slightly low body temp. I know there are 3 oncologists waiting to see me tomorrow with stuff I don’t really wanna hear, and then make decisions that affect the rest of my life.
    This little 2bd,1b can seem big and empty sometimes. I hang out with the One who holds my life in His hands, who says He will never leave me or forsake me. No matter what happens, I know He cares, even if it is to bring me home to be with Him.

    By Job Hunter on Apr 27, 2015

  6. sorry to hear that JH…at least you’re in good hands…& I’m not talking about that silly corporate insurance slogan nor the oncologists either however I’m sure they’re capable…

    keep positive thoughts bro…!

    By Jerry's Finger on Apr 27, 2015

  7. hey bigo, not the usual offering. i’m an old school fan. i saw sacred reich on the new titans on the block tour with sick of it all, napalm death and sepultura at the masquerade, atlanta, ga 8.8.91. ruled!

    reich played dynomo open air in 1989. i can use it. ihave this show. i got it years ago from viva les bootlegs. death angel played this festival too. i have their set. i got it years ago off a blog.

    i saw slayer here in b’ham, al at iron city 4.24.15. killer!!! iron city was packed! if it turns up, post it. i’ll give you a picture of me standing in front of the angel of death hanneman tapestry to use as cover art.

    i was also at santana bjcc concert hall here in b’ham 3.15.15 and zz top-montgomery performing arts centre 4.9.15, if those surface.

    people really should check out jeff’s old punk band called pap smear. it was jeff on vocals and bass, dave lombardo on drums and rocky george of suicidal tendencies on guitar. they put out one demo just called demo 1986. two of the songs ddamm and can’t stand you were rerecorded by slayer on undistputed attitude. it’s on youtube, if anybody wants to check it out. the rips are out there one just has to look for them.

    if anybody is interested,


    By Ed Saad on Apr 27, 2015

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