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Artist: Galactic Cowboys

Title: Machine Fish

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1996

Label: Metal Blade Records

Catalog Number: 14105

Personnel

Alan Doss drums, vocals, keyboards
Ben Huggins vocals, acoustic guitar, Blues Harp
Monty Colvin bass, vocals
Wally Farkas guitars, vocals, keyboards

Tracks

1.  Feel the Rage  3:13
2.  The Struggle  5:54
3.  Fear Not  5:02
4.  Stress  4:35
5.  Psychotic Companion  7:32
6.  In This Life  3:13
7.  Easy To Love  4:08
8.  Red Sun  4:59
9.  Idle Minds  4:11
10.  The Lens  5:24
11.  Pattin' Yourself On the Back  3:45
12.  In a Lonely Room  4:45
13.  9th of June  5:23
14.  Arrow  6:57
15.  It's Raining (Again) Japanese Bonus Track  

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From: Jairo micallef Date: July 17, 2023 at 10:46
AWESOME ALBUM. The first song starts off with a metal vibe to the album,and the other 3 tracks are also amazing, fear not has early 90s galactic cowboys vibe. Psychotic is good too, and the outro is actually a jam, in this life is a bit generic, but it's still a good song, but the weakest here. Easy to love is a nice ballad with a good solo, Red sun is also good, and it was apparently written in 89. I remember hearing a demo of fear not from the year 93? or so. idk if it was live actually. Pattin yourself on the back is one of the best songs here, and its very groovy and the vocals are killer! definitely one of the strong points, the entire 2nd half of the album is awesome, In a lonely room is a half ballad, with awesome verses with keyboards?? i think. Also great lyrics. 9th of june is probably the best here, with its catchy riffs and reflective chorus, is awesome. Arrow is a great piano ballad, which ends the album in a sad way, but is a strong song too. Overall, this albums a 92

From: Jairo micallef Date: July 17, 2023 at 10:48
This album is like a better version of stomp 442 by anthrax. I like stomp, but this is better


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