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Artist: The Cult

Title: The Cult

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1994

Label: Sire/Reprise

Catalog Number: 9 45673-2

Personnel

Ian Astbury vocals
Billy Duffy lead guitars
Craig Adams bass
Scott Garrett drums

Tracks

1.  Gone  3:49
2.  Coming Down (Drug Tongue)  6:37
3.  Real Grrrl  4:26
4.  Black Sun  6:19
5.  Naturally High  4:26
6.  Joy  4:50
7.  Star  5:01
8.  Sacred Life  5:47
9.  Be Free  3:49
10.  Universal You  5:15
11.  Emperor's New Horse  4:21
12.  Saints Are Down  6:54
  
Total Running Time:  61:34

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Aero Force Mike Date: March 21, 2003 at 17:36
Sadly lacking in direction. Track 1 is basically awful, however track 9 'Be Free' is one of the best songs in their career - straight outta Electric. If you can find it in a bargain bin (i did), buy it for Be Free (man it so shoulda been a single!!!), but for the most part its a pretentious mess that doesn't know if it wants to tackle with your mind or just rock you out.

From: chiro Date: June 23, 2003 at 17:53
good album!!!!maybe it takes a few listened to get cool!!!but i promess that it gets!!!!maybe ti is not the cult we know...but is a enjoyable album!

From: borgetto Date: July 29, 2003 at 17:28
hardcore album very good in deed

From: jabe Date: March 30, 2005 at 21:31
I agree with the notion that this disc requires a few listens to be fully appreciated.A big departure from the over-produced "Ceremony" and "sonic Temple".A welcome change ,and Ian himself said he thought the two previous releases were garbage. This disc is more upfront and earthy , I would call it The Cult's "White album".

From: happy2849 Date: October 30, 2010 at 17:49
After hearing "Sonic Temple" (which I liked) I had to find another Cult album to listen to. I just picked this one up yesterday. It will be gone tomorrow. Did not like it at all. Too heavy and dark!

From: hair metal again Date: June 5, 2011 at 0:54
after their 3 great hard rock previous releases they decided to do something more rock and not so hard rockin.of course i disagree with that direction they took ,but the result isnt bad.i would say that is a n extremely confused release with some great moments like "star","joy " and "saints are down" but the rest are most of them fillers.overall an average one for me


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