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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Collect Records (Australia)
Catalog Number: UPCTKI
|1.||Fruits of the Gods|
|5.||Tree 2 Tree|
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|From: steve72||Date: January 16, 2012 at 5:05|
|On many levels superior to it's predecessor boasting much better production... Youthful exhuberance has made way for an ounce more aggression(think anthrax/suicidal tendencies)whilst the heavy groove & playing chops remain heavily intact and on display. With so much to offer it's a shame these guys called it quits with just two e.p.'s under their belts. Features some great drumming from Tony LeRhodes on T2T.|
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