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Artist: Triangle

Title: Raw Feed

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Category: Rock/Metal

Year: 1994

Label: Red Handed Records

Catalog Number: RHR 1516


Count vocals, bass
Baron guitars, vocals
Dino drums


1.  Blackhill  
2.  Cheap Thrills  
3.  House of Mirrors  
4.  Destination  
5.  Give in Gladly  
6.  Melanie  
7.  Train to Blue  
8.  You Always Say  
9.  Shine!  
10.  Forever and a Day  
11.  Chain the American  
12.  Cinema of Love  
13.  Easy Way Out  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Fire Eyes Date: November 16, 2002 at 3:30
One Of The Most Bizare Bands Ive Ever Heard K-BER 101 in Salt Lake City Used To Play Chain The American Heart Since THen Ive Been Manic On These Boys They Fucking Kick Ass ANd They Fucking Rock And Thats About All I Can Say About Them Pick Raw Feed Up And Take A Listen For Yourself Or Visit Me On Winmx Ive Got Plenty Of Triangle For Ya.Later. Fuck Korn Death To Limp Bizkit Long Live Slayer, Venom, Pantera, and Dont Ever Forget Corosion Of Conformity Rock The Fuck On 4 Ever

From: Gar Date: March 19, 2003 at 21:19
Saw these guys open for UFO just after this album came out. They weren't all that bizarre(like the above post says). Decent songs and playing, but this music is a little on the Grunge side. The ebay price tag seems too high for this. I've seen it for a lot less at various cd stores.

From: Blue Tequila Date: November 28, 2004 at 11:18
Although the opening track is a little different I wouldn't call this band bizarre. It quickly settles down into great straight forward hard rock similiar to McQueen Street. Since this came out at a time when grunge was king there are a couple tracks that nod that way (the last 2 come to mind). Quite a few ballads here also. Overall I'd say this is easily worth getting if you should find it for a couple dollars.

From: Leykis101 Date: September 18, 2005 at 10:54
come on, Mcqueen Street??? Jesus, Fire eyes is 100% correct on this one, Bizarre is a very correct term, these guys are rock freaks, now with the exception of mcqueen street... theres not a goddamn band on earth that ive ever heard, that I can even begin to compare these guys to, and there is absolutely no grunge at all in any of this disc, you guys are off your rockers!!! it's a weird band with a weird style, (their own) and I to have seen them live, buy the disc, listen to it, Love or Hate???

From: z4roxx Date: May 29, 2007 at 4:40
Maybe a little better than the debut but I don't change opinion about these guys:nothing interesting.

From: hair metal again Date: June 22, 2019 at 5:15
impressive 2nd release for TRIANGLE ,a band that somehow has a unique style of 90 s hard rock combining many styles and its sound is similar to LOVE HATE s when it come to rockers but similar to hair bands when it comes to ballads!not cheasy at all ,but extemely hard rockin with fine hooks and interesting lines along with excellent musicianship!wow great stuff indeed

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