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Load Point Pull

We've Come to Take What's Ours

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Category: Modern Metal

Year: 1998

Label: Self Released

Catalog Number: 765481634228

Average Rating: Not rated.

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Load Point Pull We've Come to Take What's Ours Album Cover

Personnel
Doug Kenworthy bass
Bobby Hoskins drums
John Pyne lead, rhythm guitars
Frank Campobasso lead vocals
Tracks
1.  Monkey  
2.  Rush Wish It All Away  
3.  Sentimental Genocide  
4.  Lifetime  
5.  Rain  
6.  Stray Bullet  
7.  2012  
8.  Prick  
9.  Deep  
10.  Don't Need You  
11.  Bonus Track  
12.  All Around You Bonus  
13.  Crash Bonus  
14.  Element Bonus  
15.  Nu Groove Bonus  
16.  Why Bonus  

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From: Doghouse Reilly Date: April 13, 2021 at 12:41
I remember this band out of St. Louis, described themselves Name-checkeing both Rob Zombie and Motley Crue. That's a fairly accurate description, as the music is heavy and modern (but riffy like White Zombie, more than just "guitars making noises" like Rob solo), but the singer's voice reminded me of nasty hair-metal. That makes me wonder if the guys might have been a little older, and had plied their trade without success in other bands for a long time before deciding to try an updated sound. Check out the song "Monkey." I heard it on a late-night metal show on the radio in the early fall of '99 and it jumped right out of the speakers, and I knew I had to have it. Couldn't find the disc anywhere, and forgot about it, until years later when I got it off CD Baby.


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