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||Date: August 29, 2003 at 20:30|
|C.O.C. is a great sounding band. Damned for all Time & Vote with a Bullet are great but there aren't any bad songs on this CD.
||Date: April 17, 2004 at 3:39|
|this album is the best they ever did. Without Karl, they lost a lot.
||Date: May 14, 2004 at 20:31|
|Hey greetings from Chile South America!!!!! Hey I gonna tell you that I had heard this album the same year that the metallica black album was selling here in south america, but this had just blown my fucking mind from the first time that I had listened. My favorite song its dance of dance!!! quite similar to nowdays Maiden album concept! isnt???
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: August 23, 2013 at 22:00|
|This is where COC really got interesting. THey started as a hardcore punk band, morphed into a crossover thrash act with some sludgy Sabbath undertones. But on Blind, they become a full-blown heavy metal band. I can't help but think this disc was pretty influential on the groove-metal bands yet to come, kind of midway between Metalllica and Pantera. Blind is a drummer's delight from "Damned For All Time" onward, with abrasive riffs and a guitar sound that's razor sharp. Karl Agell sings lead on most songs, and is good enough, but on second single "Vote With A Bullet," new guitarist Pepper Keenan takes over (via bullhorn), soon to take the mic full-time. My copy has some bonus tracks, the only one of note being a goofy blues tune (again, sung by Pepper) called "Jim Beam And The Coon-Ass." ("Coon-ass" is slang for a person of Cajun origin.)
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