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TheHade
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posted November 01, 2017 13:38     Profile for TheHade   Email TheHade     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
I'm looking for more information on VOIVOD non-album tracks.

They covered Venom's "In League With Satan" which was released on the "In The Name Of Satan" compilation in 1994.
According to the booklet "VOI-VOD appear by kind permission of M.C.A. RECORDS". So I guess this track was recorded during "The Outer Limits" sessions using the same lineup. What do you think?

VOIVOD also covered the "Captain Scarlet" theme song which was released on the "Flashback" compilation (Discos Del Toro Records Toro-0001). I don't have this CD so I don't know when it was released, unfortunately.
This YouTube video states 1999, this bio says 2000, and Discogs claims 2001.
In addition to that there's confusion about the vocalist on this track. Many fans think it's Snake, but I think it's Eric instead.
Does anybody happen to know when this track was recorded?
Can anybody shed more light on this?

In addition to that, are there other VOIVOD non-album tracks?

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hexonut
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posted November 02, 2017 11:19     Profile for hexonut   Email hexonut     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Venom tribute is funny - it's Abaddon's project, he plays on most of the tracks with one or two guys of the claimed bands. Except Voivod, which seems to have recorded the song without his help. However, I remember somebody saying (maybe here, maybe elsewhere - maybe it was Skulhed?) that there's only Snake and Piggy and a drum machine on this recording. Don't quote me on this one, I'm really not sure

The second track you mention I haven't heard anything about, thanks for sharing.

There was also a Die Kreuzen cover song Man In The Trees released on the Lean Into It tribute compilation.

I believe this was their last recording with Piggy alive, Jasonic lineup (not counting two posthumous albums).

The Nile Song single contains a rare live version of Tribal Convictions recorded live at The Roxy, West Hollywood, CA.

Fix My Heart and We Carry On singles contain radio edits of the title songs.

A radio edit of 21CSM appears on Japanese edition of Phobos.

There were also a couple of B-sides from Eric era released on Nanoman single and Negatron Japanese edition, eventually found their way to Kronik (if you can call these "non-album" tracks).

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AngelRat
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posted November 02, 2017 17:13     Profile for AngelRat   Email AngelRat     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
What about 'Condemned To The Gallows'?

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TheHade
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posted November 12, 2017 07:11     Profile for TheHade   Email TheHade     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Thank you for your reply, hexonut!
I didn't know that about the Venom tribute. I think I only ever listened to the VOIVOD track and I like it so I hope the whole band was involved.

Thank you for your reply, AngelRat!
I didn't mention "Condemned To The Gallows" because it was included on disc 1 of the "War And Pain" box set which Metal Blade released in 2004.

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AngelRat
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posted November 16, 2017 16:01     Profile for AngelRat   Email AngelRat     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Yeah. I knew 'Condemned' was on the WAP box set. I only realised after posting it. But since it wasn't part of the original album I had to mention it anyway.

What about the 'Day By Day' and 'Confrontation' songs they played on the 2001 tour and were supposed to be on the follow-up to 'Phobos' but since after E-Force's dismissal that album was never realised, none of these songs ever saw the light of day.

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