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Category: Modern Hard Rock
Label: Atlantic Records
Catalog Number: ATL 83729
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Brent Smith vocals|
Jasin Todd guitars, lap steel, theremin
Brad Stewart bass
Barry Kerch drums, percussion
|1. ||Fly from the Inside ||3:55|
|2. ||Left Out ||3:51|
|3. ||Lost in the Crowd ||3:58|
|4. ||No More Love ||3:46|
|5. ||Better Version ||3:45|
|6. ||Burning Bright ||3:46|
|7. ||In Memory ||4:04|
|8. ||All I Ever Wanted ||4:12|
|9. ||Stranger Inside ||4:01|
|10. ||Lacerated ||4:00|
|11. ||Crying Out ||3:34|
|12. ||45 ||4:09|
|13. ||Simple Man Sanford Sessions ||5:20 |
|14. ||Burning Bright Sanford Mix ||3:44|
|15. ||45 Acoustic Sanford Sessions ||4:34 |
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|Total Running Time:|| 60:39|
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||Date: June 16, 2011 at 12:56|
|Owned this CD ever since it came out, but other than the hit single ".45," I can't recall a single song off it, partly because I almost never played it, partly because the songs just aren't that memorable. The band would later shun their post-grunge trappings in favor of a more melodic, straight-forward modern hard rock sound and be the better for it. This is not a terrible album, but it practically defines the word "forgettable." Matter of fact, what album am I writing about again? Listen, you shouldn't have even a whisper of a doubt not bothering with this one.
||Date: October 10, 2013 at 15:57|
|"Simple Man" remake is kinda cool.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: October 10, 2013 at 19:36|
|For post-grunge bands doing acoustic covers of '70's chestuuts, I prefer Fuel's take on "Daniel" by Elton John.
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