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Category: CCM Thrash
Label: Intense Records
Catalog Number: FLD9454
Jimmy P. Brown II vocals, rhythm and lead guitar, keyboards|
Manny Morales bass
Jon Maddux lead and rhythm guitars, keyboards
Jon Knox drums, percussion
|1. ||Time ||6:19|
|2. ||1990 ||7:01|
|3. ||Learn ||5:29|
|4. ||Who Am I? ||4:44|
|5. ||Renew ||3:43|
|6. ||The Rain ||5:13|
|7. ||Reflection ||1:42|
|8. ||In the Will ||4:52|
|9. ||Desperate Cries ||3:48|
|10. ||Sanctuary ||7:00|
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|Total Running Time:|| 49:51|
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Friday 13th
||Date: May 23, 2002 at 6:36|
|Good album by this band mixing the likes of Gothic style vocals and Geoff Tate and music like early Metallica. firstname.lastname@example.org
||Date: November 5, 2004 at 8:49|
|The music is slower than all Deliverance's previous discs, with some obvious influences-David Bowie, Queensryche, Black Sabbath and producer Terry Taylor. Many fans were disappointed with the progression in sound, but it still sounds like "D" to me and it still very heavy and enjoyable.
||Date: November 29, 2004 at 4:33|
|So what if Deliverance's thrash days are over? This album proves they can do something different, and they deserve credit for that. I like this album nonetheless.
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