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Climbin' The Walls
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Category: Thrash Metal
Catalog Number: 81889-2
Terry Carter guitars, vocals|
Jay Abbene guitars
Brad Divens bass, vocals
Shannon Larkin drums
|1. ||Climbin' the Walls ||4:26|
|2. ||Hell's Gates ||4:05|
|3. ||No Deposit, No Return ||3:20|
|4. ||Hernia ||3:15|
|5. ||London After Midnight ||5:54|
|6. ||Candy from a Madman ||5:37|
|7. ||Silent Darkness (Smothered Life) ||4:30|
|8. ||Time ||5:40|| ||Cover: Pink Floyd|
|9. ||Day of the Thunder ||6:33|
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|Total Running Time:|| 43:20|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: June 7, 2014 at 19:10|
|Semi-lighthearted thrash-metal from Baltimore, by wway of Martinsburg, West Virginia. They have songs about pussy and record-label troubles (the latteer caused the album to be delayed for a couple years until '89, effectively killing it), and a Pink Floyd cover. Divens (one-time Kix member, playing guitar on Cool Kids), sounds a little like Dee Snider on songs like "Candy From A Madman." The main attractio is the manic drumming of the upwardly-mobile Shannon Larkin, later of Godsmack.
||Date: March 26, 2015 at 22:57|
|Awesome Add!! outside of forgetting to master this album, everything else about this album is fucking killer, Climbing The Walls, and Day Of The Thunder are 2 awesome anthems, way better then 3D or any of their Souls At Zero shit, if you never heard this disc, pick it up, I promise, it is quality from beginning to end!!
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