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Category: Thrash / Power
Label: Pavement Records
Catalog Number: B0000021Ju
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Bob McFlynn Vocals, Bass|
Adam Tranquilli Guitar
Adam Kieffer Drums
|1. ||Too Much Power |
|2. ||Reciprocation |
|3. ||Divide And Conquer |
|4. ||Jaws Of Insanity |
|5. ||Wake Up Screaming |
|6. ||The Firefly |
|7. ||Inheritance |
|8. ||One Unconscius Deed |
|9. ||The Lesson |
|10. ||Another Day |
|11. ||Blind |
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: October 19, 2007 at 12:17|
|This is a totally fucking mindblowing release, one of many Pavement released under the radar between 94 and 95, this is good heavy powerful metal, and the band has some unbelievable progresive chops to add to the mix, and if your looking for Tight! this band plays so tight they make most well known bands sound amature, I definitly recommend this disc, I hate giving comparisons, they are stupid, what sounds like Rush to you may sound like Green Day to me, but the style of this cd is along the lin
||Date: October 19, 2007 at 12:23|
|lines of something Prong, or C.O.C., pick it up.
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