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Intense Live Series No. 1
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Category: CCM Thrash
Label: Intense Records
Catalog Number: FLD9429
Jimmy P. Brown II vocals, guitar|
Mike Phillips lead guitar
Brian Khairullah bass, vocals
Kevin Lee drums
|1. ||in studio ||0:53|
|2. ||Surrender live ||5:00|| ||Cover: Stryper|
|3. ||No Love live ||3:19|
|4. ||in studio ||0:15|
|5. ||This Present Darkness live ||2:39|
|6. ||in studio ||0:56|
|7. ||Stay of Execution live ||4:19|
|8. ||in studio ||0:23|
|9. ||The Call live ||4:57|
|10. ||in studio ||0:10|
|11. ||No Time live ||5:17|
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|Total Running Time:|| 28:08|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: February 17, 2003 at 22:46|
|Live in the Studio intensity from one of the best thrash/speed metal bands of their time. An awesome cover of Stryper's "Surrender"
||Date: February 19, 2004 at 3:36|
|I feel that Deliverance went down hill after "What A Joke"
||Date: November 5, 2004 at 8:51|
|This was just a fun EP. I personally think the extended guitar solo in "The Call" and their rippin' cover of Stryper's "Surrender" are worth the price of admission all by themselves.
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