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|1.||She Slipped Away|
|2.||Take A Bullet|
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|4.||Say U Luv It|
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|9.||These Glory Days|
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|From: Reverend Mayhem||Date: December 11, 2012 at 9:11|
|Boring, by-the-numbers album by the Queensryche vocalist. Nothing here's going to grab you -- safe and uninspired pseudo-modern rock with hints at Alt-Metal. Still, it's better than the noxious turd that was Queensryche's last album (Dedicated To Chaos), which isn't saying much. And no, Tate can't sing like he used to, but that's to be expected anymore when former Metal shriekers reach middle age. Rating: 50/100|
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