The two-dozen-plus songs on The Lost Tracks of Danzig are presented in chronological order; two of the first cuts are "Pain Is Like An Animal" and "When Death Had No Name," both songs that have their roots in late Samhain, but evolved into two of the very first Danzig tracks that were intended for the band's self-titled debut produced by Rick Rubin, Fans will also find a song entitled "Angels of the Seventh Dawn," originally recorded for the 1990 album Danzig II: Lucifuge, "Crawl Across Your Killing Floor," considered for Danzig 6: Satan's Child, and the controversial "White Devil Rise," which was recorded for 1994's Danzig 4p. Danzig also liked to record cover songs for inclusion on these albums, so Lost Tracks will feature Unreleased Versions of T-Rex's "Buick Mackane" (1992's Danzig III: How the Gods Kill), David Bowie's "Cat People" (Danzig 7), and "Caught In My Eye" by The Germs (Danzig 6), One of the CD's true treasures is a sparse acoustic version of "Come to Silver," a song that Glenn originally wrote for Johnny Cash (who reportedly loved it), then recorded (with Jerry Cantrell on guitar) for 1996's Danzig 5:
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Packaging: 2CD Slim Double
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