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Category: Heavy Metal
Label: Point Music Distribution
Catalog Number: 10168
Morgan Thorn lead vocals|
Ira Black guitars
Geoff Thorpe guitars, acoustic guitar, rhythm guitar, backing vocals
Cornbread bass, harmony vocals
Atma Anur drums
James Murphy lead guitars on track 11
Mark McGee guitars on tracks 2, 4, 5, 7 & 9
Bill Ackerman drums on track 11
|1. ||Break ||5:07|
|2. ||Sadistic Symohony ||5:47|
|3. ||March of the Damned ||5:14|
|4. ||Blacklight ||8:07|
|5. ||Puritan Demons ||4:18|
|6. ||Born Again Hard ||3:47|
|7. ||Neodymium Man ||4:35|
|8. ||Elevator to Hell ||3:58|
|9. ||Cerebral Sea ||5:00|
|10. ||Ascension instrumental ||1:23|
|11. ||Liquify ||5:10|
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|Total Running Time:|| 52:26|
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||Date: February 6, 2003 at 17:41|
|VR have a new lease on life; heavy modern metal riffs, speedy guitar solos and mid-range aggressive vocals. Songs like the title track and Born-Again Hard are mid-paced heavy metal numbers which need no other label. Other tracks, like Puritan Demons are fast and heavy touching a style of speed metal that is rarely played by today's metal bands. I am glad that Thorpe got the alternative bug out of him and returned to playing the style of music we all want from VR, balls-to-the-wall heavy metal!
||Date: July 27, 2005 at 14:25|
|I HAVE THE CHILEAN VERSION!!! ICED EARTH STYLE!!!
|From: Metal T
||Date: November 6, 2013 at 2:36|
|Of the post non-Carl releases this is the best one.Former Megaton Blonde/High Treason singer Morgan Thorn doesn't sound much like Carl Albert at all but gives a solid,spirited performance on this thing.Worth the price of admission alone for 'Break' and the awesome 'Blacklight'.Would also recommend the 'Megaton Blonde' release on the Retrospect label.
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