On releases (4 numbers or more)
- King of the Dead (Mon 02 Jul 1984) Album
- Servants of Chaos (Sat 05 May 2001) Compilation appearances, DVD, and Live
- Demo 1979 (2002) Bootleg and Demo
- Return of the Dead Kings (2009) Bootleg, CD, and Live
Covers (1 numbers or more)
- Last Laugh - Cirith Ungol (1979)
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We definitely would have liked to put “Last Laugh” and “Hype Performance” on the album [Frost and Fire], but we basically just ran out of money to pay for recording time. Remember, we paid for everything on “Frost And Fire” ourselves, from the recording time to the shrinkwrap.
Greg Lindstrom, interview by Patrick Lefevre
Last Laugh (Demo Sept 79)
From released Servant of Chaos (2001).
This version probably the same that originally appeared on the 1979 Demo.
(Sept 79) This one you’ve only heard live before. Tim does his best Mae West impression in the slow middle part.
Greg Lindstrom, liner notes
Last Laugh (Live)
From released Servants of Chaos (2001).
From re-released King of the Dead (1984/1999).
The live version was previously released as a bonus track for the remastered version of King of the Dead. Bonus track for the remastered edition of King of the Dead. Recorded live at The Country Club on November 9, 1984.
These next two songs were also on our recent re-releases as bonus tracks. I put them on here again as they kick ass! This song was from a gig at The Country Club in Reseda California (11-09-84).
Robert Garven, liner notes
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