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Category: Nu Metal
Catalog Number: 62745-2
Phil Anselmo Vocals|
Pepper Keenan Guitar
Kirk Windstein Guitar
Rex Brown Bass
Jimmy Bower Drums
|1. ||Lysergik Funeral Procession ||3:10|
|2. ||There's Something On My Side ||5:21|
|3. ||Man That Follows Hell ||4:33|
|4. ||Stained Glass Cross ||3:36|
|5. ||Ghosts Along The Mississippi ||5:06|
|6. ||Learn From This Mistake ||7:14|
|7. ||Beautifully Depressed ||4:52|
|8. ||Where I'm Going ||3:10|
|9. ||Doobinterlude ||1:50|
|10. ||New Orleans Is A Dying Whore ||4:15|
|11. ||The Seed ||4:21|
|12. ||Lies (I Don't Know What They Say But...) ||6:21|
|13. ||Flambeaux ||0:59|
|14. ||Dog Tired ||3:21|
|15. ||Wars ||7:50|
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|Total Running Time:|| 65:59|
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|From: bob bauman
||Date: December 6, 2004 at 19:08|
|like it. its like a cross from Pantera & Alice In Chains Anselmo toned it down a lot very good
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: January 2, 2013 at 18:41|
|Down II isn't the all-time classic that NOLA was, and, after a seven-year wait, was seen as a disappointment by most everybody. And yet some of Down's best songs lurk within. "Ghosts Along The Mississippi," "Beautifully Depressed," "New Orleans Is A Dying Whore," "The Seed," "Dog Tired" are all fantastic, sludgy, signature Down tunes. Unfortunately, most of the mellower songs seem disjointed and overlong, with only "Lies" standing out for me with a creeping, jazzy rhythm. "Stained Glass Cross" is okay, but sounds like it belongs on C.O.C.'s America's Volume Dealer instead of a Down album. Best riff on the disc, hands down: "Ghosts Along The Mississippi."
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