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Force of Habit

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Category: Thrash Metal

Year: 1992

Label: Capitol Records

Catalog Number: C2-96676

Average Rating: 85 / 100 (1 rating)

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Steve Souza vocals
Rick Hunolt guitars
Gary Holt guitars
Mike Butler bass
John Tempesta drums
1.  Thorn in My Side  4:06
2.  Me, Myself & I  5:04
3.  Force of Habit  4:19
4.  Bitch  2:49  Cover: The Rolling Stones
5.  Fuel for the Fire  6:04
6.  One Foot in the Grave  5:16
7.  Count Your Blessings  7:30
8.  Climb Before the Fall  5:39
9.  Architect of Pain  11:02
10.  When It Rains It Pours  4:20
11.  Good Day to Die  4:48
12.  Pump It Up  3:10  Cover: Elvis Costello
13.  Feeding Time at the Zoo  4:33
Total Running Time:  68:40

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Existing comments about this CD

From: SIXXSWINE Date: February 11, 2002 at 20:00
A great outing by the most underrated tharsh metal band of the 80's-90's! Totally overlooked by everyone! What's up with that?! The production is great on this & theri cover of "Bitch" just comes from out of nowhere & kicks your sorry ass! If you see this snatch it, you will not be disappointed! This was on a major label that never put much effort pushing the band. Too band because these guys would have been a household name if they had. Like METALLICA! I would rate this a 9.5 for sure!

From: MDLMISTRO Date: December 2, 2002 at 13:57
You gotta be shitting me!! This is the worst most pitiful excuse for a metal album I have ever heard!!! Sucks major cow balls!!! Check out Bonded by blood!!!Lucky to get a 1 in my book!!

From: jarett r. Date: January 8, 2003 at 14:45
cows don't HAVE balls!!!!

From: URGH!!! Date: June 17, 2004 at 0:46
This is a good album for the not-radicals fans of thrash, it not sound modern like Machine Head, Fear Factory or Pantera, but a bit modern, maybe the limit for 80's thrash metal fans. "Independent" from Sacred Reich is a good reference for how this one sounds.

From: Big Papa K Date: July 1, 2004 at 17:14
I was never a big fan of Exodus during their thrash era albums. It was just run of the mill thrash in my book. This album is more of a straight metal album and contains some incredible songs such as "Thorn In My Pride", "Feeding Time At The Zoo", and "Me, Myself, and I". The covers are useless, but the rest is great. 9/10

From: Metal T Date: July 9, 2004 at 19:28
Exodus ' should've reunited with Baloff at this point.You could just tell this one wasn't going to be up to par by a mere glance at the coverart( which doesn't bear the trademark Exodus logo) "Thorn In My Side" and "Feeding Time..." are ok,but any Exodus' fan hoping for classic Exodus will be dissapointed.However,these guys were NEVER run of the mill thrash !--They were the true titans of thrash--and should have been on the old "Clash Of The Titans" tour.Alongside: Slayer,Megadeth,etc . ----

From: Metal T Date: July 9, 2004 at 19:35
--continued.... Exodus fans do yourself a favor and go get the new one "Tempo Of The Damned" that is a return to form for these Thrash Metal Pioneers . ---

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