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D.R.I. Trash Zone 1989 – What Was It The Best DRI Album – “Thrash Zone” or “Dealing With It”?

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Was The Best Dirty Rotten Imbeciles Album Thrash Zone or Dealing With It?

Thrash Zone is firth and most successful album by the crossover thrash band D.R.I. It was released on Metal Blade in 1989, but was it the best? Vote below; you can only choose from Trash Zone and Dealing With It.

What Was The Best D.R.I. (Dirty Rotten Imbeciles) Album?

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Thrash Zone was the first with Connecticut-born John Menor. John is no longer with the band, but DRI still actively tours in 2019, with Spike and Kurt being the sole original members.

Listen To Trashzone

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No | Title | Length

  1. “Thrashard” 3:40
  2. “Beneath the Wheel” 5:36
  3. “Enemy Within” 2:44
  4. “Strategy” 4:19
  5. “Labeled Uncurable” 3:04
  6. “You Say I’m Scum” 1:55
  7. “Gun Control” 4:59
  8. “Kill the Words” 4:43
  9. “Drown You Out” 2:31
  10. “The Trade” 4:28
  11. “Standing in Line” 1:35
  12. “Give a Hoot” 3:55
  13. “Worker Bee” 0:56
  14. “Abduction” 4:04

DRI is:

Spike Cassidy – Guitar
Kurt Brecht – Vocals
Felix Griffin – Drums
John Menor – Bass

3 thoughts on “D.R.I. Trash Zone 1989 – What Was It The Best DRI Album – “Thrash Zone” or “Dealing With It”?

  1. […] was a hardcore punk/crossover thrash metal 5 piece from Long Island New York. Their album they are best-known for in 1988’s […]

  2. […] Four of a kind was the first of the DRI “crossover” albums and showed early signs of melding thrash with punk/hardcore influences although the did not perfect the formula until “Thrash Zone“. […]

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