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||Date: July 31, 2007 at 14:24|
|Very good follow-up to "Highcentured". Released in japan in 1997 and for the most part instrumental. It kicks off with heavy groovy rocker "super fly sumo"; simply an awesome track."Midnight sun", "Plazma" and "Mind punk" are great heavy rockers too."Trash... "(ron young) and "Her kingdom" (matt kramer) are the weaker tracks here IMO. "Flav O fraz" has a more jazzy-fusion style and "wes coast" is guitar ballad. "Sky blue" is a sweet ballad with Kal Swan. A little more varied than "highcentured"
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