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Category: Crossover Thrash
Catalog Number: CK 66208
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Pepper Keenan vocals, guitar|
Woody Weatherman guitar
Mike Dean bass, vocals on Deliverance
Reed Mullin drums
|1. ||Heaven's Not Overflowing ||5:02|
|2. ||Albatross ||5:20|
|3. ||Clean My Wounds ||3:32|
|4. ||Without Wings ||1:54|
|5. ||Broken Man ||4:54|
|6. ||Senor Limpio ||3:53|
|7. ||Mano De Mono ||1:35|
|8. ||Seven Days ||4:56|
|9. ||#2121313 ||1:02|
|10. ||My Grain ||3:19|
|11. ||Deliverance ||4:23|
|12. ||Shake Like You ||4:19|
|13. ||Shelter ||3:25|
|14. ||Pearls Before Swine ||6:45|
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|Total Running Time:|| 54:19|
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||Date: August 23, 2013 at 18:57|
|COC go for a straight ahead heavy/thrash sound on this one and it works really well. Clean My Wounds is a stand out headbanger while Seven Days is a heavy slow tempo rocker with deep lyrics and screeching vocals. If you only get one COC disc, make it this.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: August 23, 2013 at 19:31|
|I agree with edwithmj, this is the jewel in COC's catalog, although I like all their albums after the '80's. However, I find Deliverance to be much LESS thrashy than previous releases, the band instead opting for a slower, Sabbath-y, stoner groove, with strong flavorings of the style that would very soon come to be known as "southern metal." "Albatross" and the Thin Lizzy-ish "Clean My Wounds" both enjoyed modest radio and MTV airplay in the States circa '94-'95, and other good tracks include "Heaven's Not Overflowing," "Broken Man," "Senor Limpio," "Seven Days" and the trippy, swampy acoustic "Shelter."
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