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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Chrysalis Records
Catalog Number: 7243 8 27019 2 7
|2.||Way Low to Be Low||5:16|
|5.||Idiot Kid Heads Out||4:46|
|Total Running Time:||48:06|
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|From: sylvain||Date: May 12, 2003 at 14:45|
|second album, second masterpiece. the style is the same except 2 songs (a wonderful ballad and a delirium jazzy song of 8:56 mn), this band is an example of creativity, for sure ahead of one's time.|
|From: Stinky Bottoms||Date: February 14, 2005 at 8:46|
|"Lube" is one of the worst things ever put on tape (some jazz fusion garbage), but the rest of the disc is great, sophisticated metal. Hard to believe John Craford (bass, vocals) was one of the founders of Berlin!|
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