In Search of Sanity is the third studio album by English thrash metal band Onslaught, released in 1989. This album was originally recorded with Sy Keeler, but London Records were not impressed with the final product from a commercial point of view and enforced a re-mix and a complete re-recording of the vocals by Grim Reaper frontman Steve Grimmett, being the only album featuring him. It features their longest song to date "Welcome to Dying".
While the album was mostly in the same thrash/speed metal vein as The Force, it contains a more polished sound than Onslaught's previous albums, acquiring a more progressive and melodic edge. Despite meeting mixed reviews by their fans, In Search of Sanity was moderately successful, peaking at number 46 on the UK charts while the single "Let There Be Rock" peaked at number 50 in that country
Label: Dissonance Productions – DISS070CDD Format: 2 × CD, Album, Reissue, Digipack Country: UK Released: 30 Jun 2017 Genre: Rock Style: Speed Metal, Thrash, Heavy Metal
Tracklist 1Asylum 2In Search Of Sanity 3Shellshock 4Lightning War 5Let There Be Rock 6Blood Upon The Ice 7Welcome To Dying 8Powerplay 9Confused 10In Search Of Sanity (Live) 11Shellshock (Live) 12Fight With The Beast (Live) 13Blood Upon The Ice (Live) 14Metal Forces (Live) 15Lightning War (Live) 16Welcome To Dying (Live) 17There Be Rock (Live)