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I Hear Black
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Catalog Number: 7 82476-2
Bobby Blitz Ellsworth vocals|
Merrit Gant guitars, backing vocals
Rob Cannavino guitars, backing vocals
D.D. Verni bass, backing vocals
Tim Mallare drums
|1. ||Dreaming in Columbian ||4:00|
|2. ||I Hear Black ||5:38|
|3. ||World of Hurt ||5:19|
|4. ||Feed My Head ||5:37|
|5. ||Shades of Grey ||5:19|
|6. ||Spiritual Void ||5:14|
|7. ||Ghost Dance ||1:46|
|8. ||Weight of the World ||4:07|
|9. ||Ignorance & Innocence ||5:00|
|10. ||Undying ||5:26|
|11. ||Just Like You ||4:13|
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|Total Running Time:|| 51:39|
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Fat Freddy
||Date: December 17, 2002 at 22:13|
|Huh? What happened? Overkill threw their fans a curve on this one. Waaaayyy too much time listening to your Sabbath records during recording, guys... too slow, plodding, and boring. "Spiritual Void" and "World Of Hurt" are OK but they don't save this album. The lone stinker in the Overkill catalog.
||Date: February 28, 2003 at 14:41|
|Fat Freedy, not even bro! This is a GREAT disc! Has slower more Metallica-like sound to it, which is a bit different from the 'play it as fast as you can' discs of the past, but I Hear Black is still a classic metal platter IMO.The tracks you mentioned are not on "OK" but they are excellent! Add to the list "Just Like You" and "Undying" as well! http://www.nolifetilmetal.com/overkill.htm
||Date: October 16, 2003 at 22:35|
|this is awesome Power/Thrash. sounds like Sabbath Meets some Metallica and Slayer. of course slower than Horroscope, but still great
||Date: November 22, 2004 at 17:34|
|Whathappened to all the real good metal tunes of yesterday? instead of following metallica crap, it's fucking shit no 1 duz it any more.
||Date: April 18, 2012 at 6:42|
|not as good as horrorscope but a good follow up their music went a bit down hill from here on
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