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Artist: Galactic Cowboys

Title: Let It Go

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2000

Label: Metal Blade Records

Catalog Number: 14299

Personnel

Ben Huggins lead vocals, acoustic guitar, Blues Harp
Monty Colvin lead vocals, bass, keyboards
Wally Farkas lead vocals, guitars

Jerry Gaskill drums
Nano Jones drums

Tracks

1.  Intro  1:13
2.  T.I.M.  3:34
3.  A Different Way  3:32
4.  Life and Times  4:33
5.  Flag  3:15
6.  Disney's Spinnin'  4:35
7.  Hey Mr.  5:51
8.  Another Hill  4:49
9.  Dirty Hands  3:31
10.  Boom!  1:20
11.  Ordinary  2:52
12.  Internalize  2:43
13.  Swimming in December  10:28
14.  Song for Sybo  2:51
15.  Future  3:31
16.  Bucket of Chicken  2:42
17.  The Record Ends  12:33
  
Total Running Time:  73:53

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From: Jairo micallef Date: July 17, 2023 at 10:58
I give it a 100, its definitely not perfect, but its darn close. And a 98/100 just feels disappointing. It starts with a silly rap intro, which is hilarious and actually got me the first time i listened to the album. T.I.M. is an awesome catchy punk vibe, and has groovy riffs in the mid sections. A different way is also great. Life and times is a beautiful ballad. Flag is an underrated in your face slapping song with catchy melodies, with lyrics talking against pride parades (i think), and its one of the highlights. Disney is also a good song and the lyrics still add up today. Hey mr. is catchy as well, and has a good riff, Another hill is a great half ballad, and is kind of sad, Dirty hands is weird but catchy and good, Boom! is funny and has some decent riffs, Ordinary has a great contrast and is an angelic song, and i love it, Internalize is a contrast 2, and is the heaviest here, great too, Swimmin is prog, and awsome, Future is great, and so is Record ends, SFS and BOC are weird


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