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God Says No
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Category: Acid Rock
Label: A&M Records
Catalog Number: 490 773
Dave Wyndorf Vocals, Guitar|
Ed Mundel Guitar
Joe Calandra Bass
Jon Kleiman Drums
Phil Caivano Guitar
|1. ||Melt ||5:44|
|2. ||Heads Explode ||3:48|
|3. ||Doomsday ||3:49|
|4. ||God Says No ||4:30|
|5. ||Kiss of the Scorpion ||4:01|
|6. ||All Shook Out ||4:16|
|7. ||Gravity Well ||3:21|
|8. ||My Little Friend ||4:12|
|9. ||Queen of You ||7:02|
|10. ||Down in the Jungle ||4:49|
|11. ||Cry ||7:23|
|12. ||Take It ||2:40|
|13. ||Silver Future Bonus Track ||4:59|
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|Total Running Time:|| 60:34|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: March 15, 2011 at 9:00|
|Not sure what the deal is with this one, but I bought this around the time it came out and my copy has 14 tracks, the final one being "I want more".
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: July 24, 2013 at 22:26|
|My disc has 13 tracks, minus "Down In The Jungle," but with a re-recorded version of "Medicine" at track #4. I've also seen it with a song callled "Leapin' Leopards." There was some bullshit going on with the label at the time, because Rolling Stone actually reviewed it several months before it was actually released in the spring of 2001. As for the album itself, it's a definite step back from the monstrouspower of Powertrip. Not very many straight-ahead rockers here, and the ones that are don't seem to bring it quite as hard. Lots of experiments with drum loops and keyboards and different guitar tones. It still has its moments, like first single "Heads Explode," the creepy title track, the raging "Kiss Of The Scorpion," the stoner epic "Cry," and the thumping ass-shaker "Silver Future" (first heard the previous summer on the Heavy Metal 2000 soundtrack).
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: December 24, 2013 at 10:39|
|I liked this one a bit better over the "Powertrip" one...tracks 1,2,6,7,9,10 & 13 are goodies by all means .85/100
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