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III - Over the Under
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Label: ILG/Warner Music Group
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Phil Anselmo vocals|
Pepper Keenan guitar
Kirk Windstein guitar
Rex Brown bass
Jimmy Bower drums
|1. ||3 Suns and 1 Star ||5:42|
|2. ||The Path ||4:12|
|3. ||N.O.D. ||4:03|
|4. ||I Scream ||3:51|
|5. ||On March the Saints ||4:13|
|6. ||Never Try ||4:58|
|7. ||Mourn ||4:47|
|8. ||Beneath the Tides ||5:34|
|9. ||His Majesty the Desert ||2:28|
|10. ||Pillamyd ||5:18|
|11. ||In the Thrall of It All ||6:23|
|12. ||Nothing in Return (Walk Away) ||8:55|
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|Total Running Time:|| 60:24|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: January 2, 2013 at 18:48|
|Most consistent and less meandering than Down II, but still not as mind-blowing as NOLA. A lot of people wanted to make this record "about" Hurricane Katrina, but really, only a couple songs seem to deal with the devastation of the band's hometown ("On March The Saints," "Beneath The Tides"). The rest seems to be the usual drugs-and-depression theme, with Phil using 'Mourn" to lament the death of former bandmate Dimebag Darrell, and how he, Phil, was unfairly treated in connection with that event. Standout tracks would be all of the first half, the surprisingly fast "Pillamyd" and the slow, psychedelic trudge of "Nothing In Return."
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