Xentrix

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List of albums by Xentrix, including album cover photos.

Songs

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List of top 10 songs by Xentrix.
Song TitleYear Released *Song Rank
Questions 1990 225,624
For Whose Advantage? 1990 247,339
False Ideals 1990 252,062
The Human Condition 1990 243,847
Balance Of Power 2006 237,737
No Compromise 2006 248,026
Crimes 2006 259,048
Kept in the Dark 1990 272,593
The Bitter End 1990 267,777
Black Embrace 1990 278,638
* Approximate (assumes song was released same year as the album it was first released on)

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Genre
Thrash metal
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Origin
Preston, England
Year(s) Active
1985–1997, 2006, 2013–present
Labels
Roadrunner Records
Heavy Metal Records
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Xentrix (pronounced "zen-trix") are a British thrash metal band of the 1980s hailing from Preston, Lancashire. Xentrix were one of the leading lights of the British Thrash movement. They had music videos for their cover of Ray Parker, Jr's Ghostbusters, For Whose Advantage? and for their track The Order of Chaos which had regular air time on Headbangers Ball. Xentrix's biggest show was at Wembley in 1991, opening for Slayer. Xentrix never gained global notoriety, but had many underground performances with audiences of over 2,000 to 5,000 people in attendance. As of 2006 Xentrix had sold over 500,000 records worldwide.

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