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Category: Nu Metal
Label: Roadrunner Records
Catalog Number: RR 8659-2
B. Dez Fafara vocals|
Miguel Meegs Rasc`On guitar, backing vocals
Rayna Foss bass
Mike Bug Cox drums
|1. ||Mist ||0:42|
|2. ||Tragedy ||2:51|
|3. ||El Cu Cuy ||4:22|
|4. ||Untrue ||3:26|
|5. ||Tyler's Song ||2:49|
|6. ||What's In Your Mind? ||3:55|
|7. ||Not Living ||3:49|
|8. ||Shock The Monkey ||3:42|
|9. ||Burgundy ||2:10|
|10. ||Entwined ||3:49|
|11. ||Feed My Dreams ||2:55|
|12. ||My Mercy ||4:04|
|13. ||No Home ||5:09|
|14. ||Shari Vegas ||3:16|
|15. ||Notion ||3:26|
|16. ||Anything But You ||4:41|
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|Total Running Time:|| 55:06|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: November 28, 2013 at 10:52|
|Coal Chamber took a big step forwardon their second album, as Chamber Music is a lot different and more diverse than the debut. The groovy, repetitive nu-metal is still there, but a lot of gothic elements have been added, lots of spooky keyboard textures, some actual singing from Dez, and overall, every song doesn't sound like every other song, unlike on the debut. The closest thing to a radio hit was the Peter Gabriel cover (with Ozzy on guest vocals), but for me, the highlights are "Tragedy," "El Cu Cuy," "Untrue," "Notion," the moody ballad "Mercy," and the new version of "Not Living" (originally from Dee Snider's StrangeLand movie). Chamber Music may not have the immediacy or genre-defining sound of the debut, but, after digging it out a few weeks ago after not having listened in probably ten years, aI have to say, it's quite enjoyable.
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