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I don't know whether I would call this 80's rock or Thrash? I'm guessing Thrash, it's a little heavier and faster than what you would call rock. I found "Climin' the Walls" in my dad's CD collection and it's really damn good. Has anybody ever heard of them or listened to them?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OJl6I8JJlJw

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kVWrvze6TgU&feature=related (this one is actually called Hernia)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HXF6q3cUsR4&feature=related
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#2
yeah actually I have, their a great band and their actually considered thrash.
#3
My uncle was getting rid of his CD's and I offered to buy a bunch (like 8 I think) and he gave me two free ones, one was Climb the Walls and the other was The Jokes on You by Excel

It's got the original Enter Sandman on it

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NqMYZ3uqjqk&feature=related
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#4
these guys are awesome there riffs, solos and tempo changes are brilliant, thank you very much for introducing me to these guys
#5
I hated them at first, but I've since made peace with the alterni-thrash sub-sub-genre. 3-D is a really mature and creative album, not too thrashy but with a much harder edge than most in that vein.