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Human Condition

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Category: Melodic Metal

Year: 2001

Label: Inside Out

Catalog Number: 2021

Average Rating: 70 / 100 (2 ratings)


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Dave Delugo vocals
Shaun Michaud guitars, programming, vocals
Jay Rigney bass
Matt Scurfield drums
1.  Drug Of Choice  4:04
2.  New Chemicals  4:11
3.  Blind  4:59
4.  The Director  5:16
5.  Faces  4:13
6.  Twisted Game  3:53
7.  Insensitive  4:27
8.  Human Condition  5:00
9.  Coincidental Existence  4:12
10.  Stop Complaining  4:07
11.  Indecision  4:10
Total Running Time:  48:32

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From: Rycheage Date: August 19, 2003 at 19:46
I think there are some great arrangements here, some very thoughtful and thought provoking lyrics, but it doesn't quite feel as if they live up to their potential. For all the power inherent in the music - the percussion is driving when it does get to separate from the mix, the beefy solos, the impassioned vocals - it seems as if they pulled themselves back a bit.

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