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Category: Industrial metal

Year: 1996

Label: Blue Dolphin

Catalog Number: BDR 7001-2

Average Rating: 60 / 100 (4 ratings)


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Stephen Pearcy vocals
Al Pitrelli guitar, bass, keyboards
Hiro Kuretani programs, drums, percussion
1.  Follow  
2.  One Like a Son  
3.  Synthetic Flesh  
4.  F.T.W.  
5.  Time and Time  
6.  Is Justice Your Peace  
7.  Fight  
8.  Aint Gonna Be  
9.  Mother Mary  
10.  Core Ver.1.2.0  

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From: CC Date: November 3, 2004 at 20:05
Stephen Pearcy jumps on the industrial bandwagon! Some of the tracks on here are pretty crap but others are fantastic! This is not gonna appeal to everyone,especially Ratt fans,but those who like things a little different might get something from this!

From: Slikk Vicc Date: November 6, 2004 at 4:58
I'm sure this is gonna get the sh*t kicked out of it here, but like the above review says some great tracks & some not so great!! NIN fronted by Dave Mustaine anyone?....nah, didn't thinks so! Still give it a go open minded folks, you never know.

From: Metal T Date: November 8, 2004 at 11:02
Sorry--This is a great example of a musician with too much free time.Pretty much dig almost everything Pearcy' has ever done,but this is too much....This is a mindless industrial pile of sh*t . ----

From: metalmastermusic Date: July 3, 2008 at 13:27
Interesting comments above....This is certianly not vintage Pearcy so don't expect a Ratt feel from it. It is definetly Industrial rock but if you give a chance it really has some good songs on here. It is not my style of music but you have to give props for musicians spreading their wings a bit and Steven certianly does that here. I dig the tracks 1,2 and 6. That said I give it a 76/100 for its genre of music.

From: 20gunsalute Date: November 30, 2009 at 0:34
First of all, growing up in the 80's I was a part of the hard rock scene as well as the goth/industrial/punk scene, and I'm not sure what's up with all the division amongst the scenes these days. That being said, I'm still not sure how I feel about this. I was a big Ratt fan until that wimpy self titled piece of crap they made in the 90's. This may require a few listens to sink in

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