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Agony Column

God, Guns, and Guts

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Category: Classic Heavy Metal

Year: 1989

Label: Big Chief Records

Catalog Number: BLSCD 1005

Average Rating: 80 / 100 (1 rating)

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Agony Column God, Guns, and Guts Album Cover

Personnel
Richie Turner vocals
Stuart Laurence guitar
Pawl Willis bass
Charlie Brownell drums
Tracks
1.  God, Guns, and Guts  5:11
2.  Snakebite  3:44
3.  4X4  3:41
4.  Vicious Pack of Lies  3:05
5.  Fiendish Plots  2:51
6.  66 Six Guns  2:05
7.  Cars, Sex, and Violence  3:58
8.  Walk the Night  3:31
9.  Scarred for Life  3:00
10.  Blackjack  2:46
11.  Dead By Dawn  3:18
12.  Bag O' Bones  1:51
13.  Hidden Track  0:44
  
Total Running Time:  39:45

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Existing comments about this CD

From: DEVIL CHICKEN Date: October 30, 2002 at 2:37
THIZ IZ A GREAT CD THEY WERE EVEN BETTER LIVE WHEN I SAW EM

From: CallousMoeFuger Date: April 14, 2004 at 21:52
I remember this album! God, Guns and Guts kicked ass! Also played alot was Cars, Sex and Violence an equally great tune. nevr got to see them play...damn the luck! Have yet to hear the whole cd/album/release WHAT FUCKING EVER. Would almost kill for a copy!

From: Beverly Date: April 30, 2004 at 22:31
This is the wife of the guitar player from Agony Column (batlord) and we have vinyl copies of God, Guns, and Guts. We also have a most true metal band together called Ignitor ( go to www.ignitor.org) Please contact us through our website if you are interested in either. I AM Agony Column's biggest fan, and feel honored to grace the same stage as the mighty Batlord. (I play guitar also.) 'Good will crush the evil, but Satan never dies!!!' Metal Forever!!!!!!!!!!

From: HELLBILLY Date: June 15, 2004 at 22:31
Ark Co-op, 1988. AGONY COLUMN RULES!!!!!!

From: island-woody Date: November 4, 2004 at 20:58
I live in Austin Texas and have seen this band about 10 times! What can I say, except that I'm a huge fan and am sad that they are no longer around. I miss the nights at Liberty Lunch where they often played. They were such an awsome band!! They were also a bunch of cool guys just trying to make it. Austin Texas misses them!

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: June 12, 2015 at 21:07
Power-thrash metal from Texas. I first read about them in one of Martin Popoff's books. Dude just raved about them, seemed to hear some kind of kinship with ZZ Top, actually saying something like the disc picks up where Tejas left off (this is absolutely false). Anyway, I had to check it out, and it's pretty cool. Perhaps not surprisingly, it makes me think of Power Metal-era Pantera, minus Dime's mad guitar skills. Some strong riffs and grooves, but also some of the qualities of faceless C-list thrash. Lyricallly, it has a tongue-in-cheek redneck-horror theme, like the soundtrack to a Joe R. Lansdale novel.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: June 12, 2015 at 21:10
It does have some cringe-worthy moments though, like "66 Six Guns," where the singer shrieks "for Sataaaaaaaan!" in a totallly cheesy falsetto, again reminding of the young Phil Anselmo.


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