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Persistence of Time is the ninth album by the speed metal band Anthrax. The album was released in August of 1990 by Megaforce Worldwide/Island Entertainment[?]. The band and Mark Dodson[?] produced the album, which was released as a double album (along with Among the Living) in Germany in 2000. The album includes the singles, "Got the Time" and "In My World". Persistence of Time was certified gold by the RIAA.

It's highest Billboard Music Chart[?] position was #24 on the Billboard 200 chart.

Persistence of Time stands out among other Anthrax albums due to its unified lyrical focus on the need for tolerance and peace. The ghoulish and macabre elements of the music remain, and the album is as aggressive as ever, with a rapidfire beat.

Track Listing

  1. Time (Anthrax) 6:55
  2. Blood (Anthrax) 7:13
  3. Keep It in the Family (Anthrax) 7:08
  4. In My World (Anthrax) 6:25
  5. Gridlock (Anthrax) 5:17
  6. Intro to Reality (Anthrax) 3:23
  7. Belly of the Beast (Anthrax) 4:47
  8. Got the Time (Joe Jackson) 2:44
  9. H8 Red (Anthrax) 5:04
  10. One Man Stands (Anthrax) 5:38
  11. Discharge (Anthrax) 4:12


  • Anthrax - Producer, Liner Notes
  • Michael Barbiero - Mixing, Mixing Engineer
  • Joey Belladonna - Vocals
  • Frank Bello - Guitar, Guitar (Bass)
  • Charlie Benante - Guitar, Cymbals, Drums, Cover Art Concept
  • Mark Dodson - Producer, Engineer
  • Rick Downey - Lighting, Management
  • George Geranios - Sounds
  • Greg Goldman - Assistant Engineer
  • Scott Ian - Guitar
  • Bob Ludwig - Mastering
  • Dan Spitz - Guitar
  • Steve Thompson - Mixing
  • Jon Zazula - Executive Producer, Management
  • Ed Korengo - Assistant Engineer
  • Marsha Zazula - Executive Producer, Management
  • Brian Schueble - Assistant Engineer
  • Don Brautigam - Artwork, Cover Design, Cover Art
  • Waring Abbott - Photography
  • Paul Crook - Guitar
  • Jim Dunlop - Guitar
  • Bill Pulaski - Band
  • Mike Tempesta - Guitar (Rhythm)
  • Marie Bryant - Assistant Engineer
  • Art Ring - Management
  • Troy Boyer - Guitar (Bass)
  • Maria Ferrero - Management
  • Walter Gemenhardt - Drums

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