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Catalog Number: 8 53239-2
|1.||Get Over It|
|12.||Evry 1 Dies|
|13.||Take Him Out|
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|From: Nick C||Date: March 28, 2006 at 23:49|
|This is an odd one. A project of J3 and T. Bodnar from Ted Poley's post DD band Bone Machine. It's absolutely nothing like either of them. Weird kinda heavy rock, I still own it but rarely play it BUT there are some great tracks on it like Get Over It, Choke and Declaration. A lot harder and less melodic than Bone Machine, might dig it out again over the next few days. I think Jez owns this too .... over to you bud.|
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|From: Jez||Date: March 29, 2006 at 5:05|
|Nick tells the story on this one & not a lot else to add from me really. I don't play it that often (except the fantastic 'Choke') but it really is a good one if the ears crave for something a little different. Sunk without a trace if i'm correct & I haven't seen the album since, but got rave reviews from Frontiers Magazine at the time. 'Choke' was featured on the free 'Volume 2' disc with the magazine, so if you didn't bother playing it then & still have a copy lying around, now is the time.|
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