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Order Of The Black
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Category: Heavy Metal
Label: Roadrunner Records
Catalog Number: RR 7778-2
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Zakk Wylde Vocals, Guitar|
Nick Catanese Guitar
John DeServio Bass
Will Hunt Drums
|1. ||Crazy Horse ||4:03|
|2. ||Overlord ||6:05|
|3. ||Parade of the Dead ||3:36|
|4. ||Darkest Days ||4:17|
|5. ||Black Sunday ||3:23|
|6. ||Southern Dissolution ||4:56|
|7. ||Time Waits for No One ||3:36|
|8. ||Godspeed Hell Bound ||4:43|
|9. ||War of Heaven ||4:09|
|10. ||Shallow Grave ||3:37|
|11. ||Chupacabra ||0:49|
|12. ||Riders of the Damned ||3:23|
|13. ||January ||2:21|
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|Total Running Time:|| 48:58|
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: July 27, 2013 at 16:49|
|A break from BLS, getting the boot from Ozzy's band, and being forced to give up the sauce. They've all worked wonders for Zakk, as Order Of The Black rights the good ship BLS, after the disastrous Shot To Hell. There are still tooo many ballads (four, and they all suck), but the rockers rock harder and better than than anything BLS has done since The Blessed Hellride. Minus the four ballads, and another pointless, minute-long exercise in finger-tapping, nearly every other song is a highlight, including "Overlord," "Black Sunday," "Southern Desolation," "Godspeed Hellbound" and "Riders Of The Damned." A few songs even nod at some Sonic Brew-like heaviness, something we haven't heard in a LONG while.
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