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What A Joke
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Category: Speed Metal
Label: Intense Records
Catalog Number: FLD9253
Jimmy P. Brown II Vocals, Guitar|
George Ochoa Lead Guitar
Mike Grato Bass, Vocals
Kevin Lee Drums
|1. ||Intro ||0:18|
|2. ||Prophet of Idiocy ||3:25|
|3. ||Pseudo Intellectual ||7:15|
|4. ||Cheeseburger Maker Du ||0:07|
|5. ||What a Joke ||6:20|
|6. ||Chipped Beef ||2:02|
|7. ||After Forever ||5:25|| ||Cover: Black Sabbath|
|8. ||It's the Beat ||1:56|
|9. ||A Product of Society ||4:42|
|10. ||Happy Star ||0:03|
|11. ||J.P.D. ||0:18|
|12. ||Pray ||0:38|
|13. ||Silent Night ||4:57|
|14. ||J.I.G. ||2:09|
|15. ||Purgatory Sandwich with Mustard ||2:58|
|16. ||Attack ||3:38|
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|Total Running Time:|| 46:11|
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||Date: February 11, 2005 at 14:45|
|Half of this CD is stinkin' awesome, while the other half is just silly, filler and fluff. Attack, What A Joke, It's the Beat, Prophet Of Idiocy, Pseudo Intellectual and the Sabbath cover all rule. The rest of the CD is rather silly. Perhaps funny to listen to the first time through, after that a skip button become a neccessity.
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