Soul Destruction is the second studio album (third overall) released by Scottish heavy metal band The Almighty. It was released by Polydor Records in the United Kingdom in 1991. According to front-man Ricky Warwick, the album's songs centered on four subjects: It was The Almighty's last album with founding guitarist Tantrum who would be replaced by Alice Cooper guitarist Pete Friesen before the recording of their next album, Powertrippin'. Upon release the album peaked at number 22 on the British album charts.

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  • Soul Destruction is the second studio album (third overall) released by Scottish heavy metal band The Almighty. It was released by Polydor Records in the United Kingdom in 1991. According to front-man Ricky Warwick, the album's songs centered on four subjects: It was The Almighty's last album with founding guitarist Tantrum who would be replaced by Alice Cooper guitarist Pete Friesen before the recording of their next album, Powertrippin'. Upon release the album peaked at number 22 on the British album charts. Three singles were released from the album in multiple formats in 1991. "Free 'n' Easy" (promo CD, 12" vinyl, 7" vinyl, cassette), "Devil's Toy" (promo CD, 7" & 12" vinyl) and "Little Lost Sometimes" (promo CD, 12" & 7" vinyl). The Japanese release of Soul Destruction included two bonus tracks, "Bodies", a Sex Pistols cover and an acoustic version of "Hell to Pay". Both of these tracks previously appeared as B-sides to various "Free 'n' Easy" singles in the UK. The album was re-released by Spinefarm Records as a "Deluxe Edition" in 2015, including a second disc containing all of the single b-sides. (en)
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  • At Trident II Studios, London SWI December 1990/January 1991
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