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Category: Heavy Metal
Label: Rising Sun Productions
Catalog Number: SPV 084-62232
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Carl Albert lead vocals, piano, harmonica|
Mark McGee guitar, bass, mandolin, backing vocals
Geoff Thorpe guitar, backing vocals
Dave Starr bass
Larry Howe drums, percussion
|1. ||Against the Grain ||4:21|
|2. ||All Rights Reserved ||4:42|
|3. ||The Voice ||4:13|
|4. ||Thinking of You ||4:56|
|5. ||Thunder & Rain (Part 1) ||3:15|
|6. ||Thunder & Rain (Part 2) ||3:06|
|7. ||No Fate ||4:26|
|8. ||Sense of Security ||4:30|
|9. ||Dreaming ||4:14|
|10. ||Building # 6 ||4:01|
|11. ||Ministry of Fear ||4:23|
|12. ||Music Box ||1:56|
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|Total Running Time:|| 48:03|
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|From: Fat Freddy
||Date: March 22, 2003 at 20:54|
|Unfortunately their vocalist, Carl Albert, was killed in an auto accident not long after this album was released... R.I.P. Carl. Best songs are "Ministry of Fear", "No Fate," and "Building #6." A cruelly overlooked band in metal history.
||Date: April 14, 2005 at 5:01|
|Solid metal disc,but not as good as the former releases. Some songs lack the energy and sound too doomy.It all (music and band)went downhill after this release.7/10
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