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Think This

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Category: Thrash Metal

Year: 1989

Label: Roadracer

Catalog Number: RRD 9460

Average Rating: 80 / 100 (1 rating)

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Toxik Think This Album Cover

Personnel
Charles Sabin Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals
Josh Christian Lead, Ryhthm Guitars
John Donnelly Rhythm Guitar
Brian Bonini Bass Guitar
Tad Leger Drums
Tracks
1.  Think This  5:37
2.  Greed  4:10
3.  Spontaneous  5:10
4.  There Stood the Fence  4:43
5.  Black and White  5:10
6.  Technical Arrogance  5:25
7.  WI⌠ NJ∩8 / In God  5:10
8.  Machine Dream  4:27
9.  Out on the Tiles  3:06  Cover: Led ZEppelin
10.  Shotgun Logic  5:14
11.  Time After Time  4:55
12.  Think That  0:27
  
Total Running Time:  53:34

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Existing comments about this CD

From: MV Costa Date: May 26, 2004 at 14:00
One of my Favs!!! The great songs on this album and with Vicious Rumors one of most overlooked bands... If you find the LP..Listen!!! I'm looking for in CD!

From: FM Date: September 1, 2004 at 9:52
Easily one of the best techno-thrash albums ever, by a truly great band that deserved much more success than they actually had. The songs are complex and highly inventive but yet with great melodies. Not to mention the excellent lyrics and the incredible cover art by Ed Repka (of Megadeth fame), probably one of my favorite sleeves ever. Find the vynil if you can, it is well worth the price. Toxik rules!

From: Metalownzu Date: February 28, 2005 at 0:29
I just found this cd on ebay but havent gotten the pleasure of hearing the whole thing yet. Ive heard a few glimpses here and there on roadrunner's website, although they took that part of their site down because they dont have bands this good any longer and dont want to take away from the trash they are pushing now. Anyway if this cd is anything close to World Circus, ill be a happy man. Ive read nothing but good reviews so im anticipating listening to it, ill comment on it later, till then \m/

From: Metalownz Date: March 1, 2005 at 14:21
Well i finally got to hear Toxik's Think This! If you like Spiral Architect or Watchtower this band will also please/impress you. To me though this is alot more accesible in the fact that its got a little more straight forward riffing but the overall sound on this cd is very technical. I grew up in the 80's and still cant figure out why this band wasnt bigger then. But it doesnt matter as their music is timeless and i think they left their mark with Think This. If you get the chance get This!!

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: November 19, 2006 at 12:59
Good Speed/Thrash Metal album, ??? tanto rating para este album vaya que telada es un buen disco sin mas aparte la voz del singer esta forzada le falta, si te gusta lo desenfrenado es para ti para mi solo un disco mas de los tantos que hay Grandes en este estilo son pocos 6.5/10.


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