Best Songs from Exodus's The Atrocity Exhibition... Exhibit A.

The Atrocity Exhibition... Exhibit A is the 8th studio album by Exodus, it was recorded at Sharkbite Studios and was released on October 26th 2007. This album is the return of longtime original Exodus drummer Tom Hunting who last appeared on Tempo of the Damned in 2004.

The album takes its name from an experimental novel of the same name by J.G. Ballard published in 1970. The name of the album is the same as a planned album that was to be released by the Los Angeles thrash metal outfit Dark Angel in 1992. Guitarist Gary Holt has stated it is named "Exhibit A" because Exodus had planned to release a follow up Exhibit B album soon afterward, although that album was not released until 2010.

The song "Bedlam 1-2-3" ends at 7:57, from minute 7:02 to 7:57 there is an outro which is also used as the intro of the following album's lead-off track "The Ballad of Leonard and Charles"; followed by 10 mins. 10 secs. of total silence. At 18:08, an extremely country -influenced version of the band's classic song "Bonded by Blood" begins. Due to the extremely country sound of the song, it was nicknamed "Bonded by Banjo" and is also sometimes referred to as "Banjoed by Blood."

Genre: Thrash Metal


Rob Dukes – vocals

Gary Holt – lead and rhythm guitars

Lee Altus – lead and rhythm guitars

Jack Gibson – bass

Tom Hunting – drums

The Top Ten

1 Children of a Worthless God
2 Funeral Hymn

Epic headbanging intro. - Metal_Treasure

3 The Atrocity Exhibition
4 Riot Act
5 Bedlam 1-2-3
6 Call to Arms
7 As It Was, as It Soon Shall Be
8 The Garden of Bleeding
9 Bonded by Banjo
10 Iconoclasm
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