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Artist: Kage

Title: State of Mind

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1990

Label: Egak Records

Catalog Number: EGAK RECORDS 1001

Personnel

Jeff Brasfield lead vocals, guitar
David Groves guitar, backing vocals
Mike Groves bass guitar, backing vocals
Alex Thorne drums & percussion, Piano

Tracks

1.  Lock the Door  6:27
2.  Night Show  4:30
3.  No More Tears  6:07
4.  Cast Away  3:51
5.  Things Must Change  2:30
6.  Standin' There  3:40
7.  Talkin' Trash  5:05
8.  Knockin' on Heaven's Door  5:13  Cover: Bob Dylan
9.  Lights Go Down  4:15
10.  Seen Your Face  6:52
11.  Darkness Decends  4:14
12.  You Bitch  1:43
  
Total Running Time:  54:27

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: January 30, 2009 at 22:05
Really Very very good Sleazy Hard Rock/Metal album a perfect mix of both styles, the best songs Lock the Doors, Night Show, No More Tears, Darkness Decends, Cast Away, Lights Go Down Jeff Brasfield voice is similar to the Glam/Sleazy singers not the big thing but i don't think the same about the songs and style, i have 2 albums more "A Change Of Season (1992)" & "Shadow Faith (1994)" my rating... in the right place of course.

From: sharatan Date: February 14, 2009 at 3:13
i fuckin need this one. on my top5 wanted items....

From: Delbert Date: May 16, 2014 at 13:09
This band plays aggressive heavy metal. Fans of GRIM REAPER, BLIND FURY, HALLOWS EVE, early LIZZY BORDEN early ARMORED SAINT, etc. should like this gem. It's not quite thrash but with strong, edgy metal riffs, aggressive lead vocals and kick-a** arrangements.

From: Leykis101 Date: July 25, 2015 at 1:21
Absolutely fucking gnarly disc, going back to 7th grade when I 1st got this, and jammed it so hard that I actually put it away and couldn't listen to it again for many months, that's how much I listened to it, over and fucking over, it's just a monumental release, heavy pounding and a little bit of shredding guitars, pounding beats and soaring vocals, ravaging and brain blasting heavy metal, which hugs the line so tightly of full blown heavy metal while touching ever so lightly on the outskirts of thrash, that one really has to wonder how they dabbled so closely without just falling all the way over and just thrashing the fuck out, that was the one and only one problem I always had with this album, was it skimmed so closely on the verge of thrash, it sometimes leaves you feinting for it to thrash, but it never does, doesn't matter, it's such fucking ridiculously awesome heavy metal, it can only suffer going unknown, don't be the one who never hears it, go find it, and fucking rock!!


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