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Beg to Differ
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Category: Hardcore Thrash
Catalog Number: EK 46011
Tommy Victor lead vocals, guitars|
Mike Kirkland bass
Ted Parsons drums
|1. ||For Dear Life ||3:25|
|2. ||Steady Decline ||4:12|
|3. ||Beg to Differ ||4:15|
|4. ||Lost and Found ||4:03|
|5. ||Your Fear ||4:51|
|6. ||Take It in Hand ||3:43|
|7. ||Intermenstrual, D.S.B. ||3:12|
|8. ||Right to Nothing ||2:56|
|9. ||Prime Cut ||3:49|
|10. ||Just the Same ||4:41|
|11. ||Third from the Sun live ||5:55|
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|Total Running Time:|| 45:02|
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||Date: May 3, 2009 at 4:52|
|A pioneering Disc, a band doing half-thrash way before it was being done, and a tight pounding rythem section, along with Victors always shredding guitar riffs, and forcefull voice, this is the coming of a great group, as overlooked as they are, from this album on, they went on and did some legendary albums! The best off of this are the title track, Lost & Found, For Dear Life, Take It In Hand, and Right To Nothing, this would be the last album Kirkland would play on.
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