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Stay of Execution
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Category: CCM Thrash
Label: Intense Records
Catalog Number: FLD9403
Jimmy P. Brown II lead and backing vocals, rhythm and acoustic guitars|
Kevin P. Lee drums, percussion
Mike Phillips lead, rhythm, and acoustic guitars
Brian Khairullah bass
Rob Watson additional keyboards
Mike Grato additional bass
|1. ||Stay of Execution ||4:35|
|2. ||Windows of the Soul ||4:58|
|3. ||Words to the... ||4:23|
|4. ||From Once Was ||3:58|
|5. ||Self-Monger ||3:31|
|6. ||Horrendous Disk ||5:28|
|7. ||Lord of Dreams ||5:05|
|8. ||Ramming Speed ||5:48|
|9. ||Entombed ||3:56|
|10. ||Weapons of our Warfare remix ||3:39|
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|Total Running Time:|| 45:21|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: February 19, 2002 at 11:49|
|The speed metal days of Deliverance ended with the previous release WHAT A JOKE. I think that's good, because that sound was starting to sound strange. STAY finds the band delving into a more harder, slower style that's still enjoyable. Jimmy Browns vocals resemble Bowie's and are different on hard music. Still its worth owning for a metalhead. Some of my faves are WINDOWS OF THE SOUL, WORDS TO THE..., SELF-MONGER. They also did a remix of the WEAPONS song which was unnecessary but its always a
||Date: February 5, 2003 at 16:59|
|A return to form! Less silly & less fillers than on "What A Joke." A bit more technical and melodic than any of their past discs, but man, some killer riffs given life by a beefy Mesa Boogie guitar tone. This disc features Jimmy Brown's new "David Bowie" vocal style. Many hated it, I thought it worked. Great disc! "Ramming Speed" is a killer SLOW and plodding song! Ironic title, huh? "Entombed" is a full on speed metal onslaught. "Stay of Execution" is still one of my favorite Deliverance songs.
||Date: February 11, 2005 at 14:56|
|Worth it for the Brilliant Words to wise(and poor in spirit).Jimmy Brown is just one of the Best Thrash Rhythm Guitar Players..alas he doesn't get Mentioned as much as he should..the same goes for the whole band!!
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