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"Among the Living, follow me or die!"

Widely hailed as their finest work, Among the Living is the third studio album by American thrash metal band, Anthrax, released on March 22, 1987. With highlight tracks such as perennial mosh pit anthem "Caught in a Mosh", the Judge Dredd-inspired "I Am the Law", and "Indians", which is about the continued plight of Native Americans, many songs on this album are regularly performed at an Anthrax concert.




  1. "Among the Living" (5:16)
  2. "Caught in a Mosh" (5:00)
  3. "I Am the Law" (5:57)
  4. "Efilnikufesin (N.F.L.)" (4:54)
  5. "A Skeleton in the Closet" (5:32)
  6. "Indians" (5:40)
  7. "One World" (5:56)
  8. "A.D.I./Horror of It All" (7:49)
  9. "Imitation of Life" (4:22)

2009 Deluxe Edition bonus tracks:

  1. "Indians" (Alternate lead) (5:39)
  2. "One World" (Alternate take) (5:55)
  3. "Imitation of Life" (Alternate take) (4:26)
  4. "Bud E Luv Bomb and Satan's Lounge Band" (2:45)
  5. "I Am the Law" (Live in Dallas) (6:03)
  6. "I'm the Man" (Instrumental) (3:04)


Principal Members:

  • Joey Belladonna – lead vocals
  • Dan Spitz – lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Scott Ian – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
  • Frank Bello – bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Charlie Benante – drums

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