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Warrior Soul

Chill Pill

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1993

Label: Geffen Records

Catalog Number: DGCD-24608

Average Rating: 76 / 100 (5 ratings)

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Personnel
Kory Clark vocals
Pete McClanahan bass
John Ricco guitar
Mark Evans drums
Michael Monroe saxophones, harp
Andy Haas Didjeridu
Tracks
1.  Mars  2:20
2.  Cargos of Doom  3:54
3.  Song in Your Mind  4:55
4.  Shock Um Down  3:07
5.  Let Me Go  4:43
6.  Ha Ha Ha  5:00
7.  Concrete Frontier  7:21
8.  I Want Some  3:09
9.  Soft  6:26
10.  High Road  6:35
  
Total Running Time:  47:30

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From: nitrodoll Date: August 26, 2002 at 9:18
i always liked warrior soul, the cool thing about them is that they sound different on all their albums without following trends or anything..this was a more experimental disc, had some cool songs like' shock em down' and 'cargos of doom" but also songs that were hard to deal with at first 'let me go', 'soft' but after a while i was totally into this album..there are other warrior soul cds not mentioned here like the magnificent 'space age playboys', 'fucker' and their 'greatest hits' compilatio

From: Cotton C. Lover Date: September 3, 2002 at 2:32
Space Age Playboys was an awesome album!!! Don't forget, the band Space Age Playboys (basically warrior soul) released a studio album and a live disc too.

From: KORYCLARKE1991 Date: September 20, 2002 at 10:04
CHILL PILL TO ME WAS A DISAPPOINTMENT, IT'S ALRIGHT, BUT NOT AS GOOD AS THEIR PREVIOUS THREE, MY FAVORITE TUNES ARE CARGOES OF DOOM AND,CONCRETE FRONTIER, ANOTHER ALBUM PEOPLE FORGOT TO MENTION IS ODDS AND ENDS, IT'S NICE THAT JOHN RICCO'S FROM MY HOME STATE OF WISCONSIN.

From: manos Date: January 7, 2003 at 2:34
Unfortunately this was my first touch with Warrior Soul. My friends kept telling me how brilliant is this band so I randomly chose Chill Pill. When I first put this cd on my stereo I was totally surprised. The songs were an absolute mess! I could not call this thing music. At least I could not understand what warrior soul were trying to play! One of my worst albums in my collection, a total dissapointment. Call this weird, call this experimental, I would call this trash!

From: Gar Date: January 8, 2003 at 21:28
I agree with you about this one. It's pretty bad. Your friends weren't completely wrong though. The 3 before this one are a lot better.

From: Cotton C. Lover Date: March 14, 2003 at 7:46
The whole reason why mr. Clarke released this cd was as a big F You to his record label. (think it was DGC) He even admitted to it.

From: Fat Freddy Date: December 19, 2003 at 18:32
Yup, Chill Pill was basically a bad record made on purpose just to fulfill Warrior Soul's requirements to DGC Records so they could get out of their contract. Legend has it that several major labels were waiting to sign them when DGC released them but they all left the band hanging. So what you have is a very interesting, occasionally listenable piece of experimentation. You can hear the punk rock influences starting to come thru on this record that would return on Space Age Playboys.

From: Fat Freddy Date: December 19, 2003 at 18:33
By the way, I saw the band shortly after this album was released, John Ricco was already gone and had been replaced by two (?) guitarists, and that show was an even bigger mess than the album. They would redeem themselves with the Space Age Playboys album however.

From: Fat Freddy Date: December 19, 2003 at 18:38
Yup, Chill Pill was basically a bad record made on purpose just to fulfill Warrior Soul's requirements to DGC Records so they could get out of their contract. Legend has it that several major labels were waiting to sign them when DGC released them but they all left the band hanging. So what you have is a very interesting, occasionally listenable piece of experimentation. You can hear the punk rock influences starting to come thru on this record that would return on Space Age Playboys.

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From: Blue Charvel Date: July 1, 2004 at 16:16
A flip o' the old bird to DGC or not, I still like this. Took me a while to get into it, but there's still some fine cuts on this. "Song In Your Mind", "Shock Um Down", "I Want Some", "Let Me Go". I dunno, I just like it... I like the whole droning guitar thing they put in a number of the songs. But I would definitely agree this is by far their weakest release.

From: ghettonation73 Date: September 3, 2011 at 8:22
The song "Mars" is horrible!

From: hair metal again Date: October 7, 2011 at 8:42
this is my less fav WARRIOR RELEASE and i believe that when you release every year things can get confused.this is more in the style of their 2nd one and even more experimental.highlights are "cargos of doom","song in your mind" and "i want some".just for fans like me

From: ghettonation73 Date: January 9, 2019 at 19:45
The first three CDs kicked ass, this one bombed. The only good songs on here are "Cargos Of Doom, "Concrete Frontier," and "Song In Your Mind." Other than that, the rest of the CD is horrible, 3 out of 10!


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