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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Gut Records
Catalog Number: GUTCD27
|1.||Stormy in the North, Karma in the South|
|4.||The People That Life Forgot|
|6.||Looking for the One|
|8.||Eager to Leave 'Er|
|9.||Putting It On|
|10.||Better than Cable|
|11.||Lake of Piss|
|12.||If I Decide|
|14.||You Got to Get Through What You've Got to Go Through to Get What You Want But You Got to Know What You Want to Get Through What You Got to Go Through|
|15.||Hit It on the Head|
|17.||Return to Zero|
|21.||Stormy in the North, Karma in the South video|
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|From: Aero Force Mike||Date: June 25, 2005 at 12:41|
|Much better than 'Must Be Destroyed' this b-side compilation has far more heavy moments and far more experimental tracks. The poppy songs still border far too much on pop-punk for my liking, especially Ginger's vocals, but given the sheer number of tracks here, the percentage I like far out-weighs the number I like on 'Destroyed'. This contains everything from Riff After Riff, so don't bother with that one, just get this instead. Not bad, but not up to the standards of the early days 6.5/10.|
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