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Artist: Judge Mercy

Title: Protocol So Holy

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1992


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Andy Cichon lead vocals, guitars
Izmet Osmanovich guitars, backing vocals
Craig Foster bass, backing vocals
Mick O'Shea drums, backing vocals
Band split in 1994, Guitarist Izmet Osmanovich now playing with the Screaming Jets.


1.  Creature of Habit  
2.  Open It Up  
3.  Open Season  
4.  Mr Attitude  
5.  Bury Me Down  
6.  Vandalise  
7.  Hands on Deck  
8.  No Sin No Sinner  
9.  Give The Young Tomorrow  
10.  Straight Time  
11.  High and Dry  
12.  Don't Take it Out On Me  

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From: Anja & Sindy Date: April 22, 2002 at 22:35
Fossy rocks!!!!!!! itīs a fuckinīgreat bloke. we donīt know where ya are now. but we had a fuckinī awesome time in OZ 2001 with ya.. see ya love the germans

From: Peblz Date: February 18, 2003 at 4:14
Awesome album... wish they'd make a comeback!

From: big johnny s Date: March 10, 2003 at 15:03
late admirer of this great band but now have their album and e.p.'s awsome!

From: Date: May 21, 2003 at 15:05
subpar at best!!

From: Date: November 26, 2003 at 22:59
Ordinary to solid release from a kick ass band that really should have come up with better. A couple decent songs though. Vocalist Cichon went on to better things playing bass with Billy Joel and Shania Twain (also played with Angry Anderson) in the US. alongside Randall Waller from Avion.

From: phaffas Date: January 11, 2004 at 2:15
anyone able to give a review to what this sounds like?? cheers

From: Gaz Date: January 30, 2004 at 8:34
good songs...bad production...great playing...great vocals......i was a big fan in the day and went to just about every show.i wish they recorded a live instead...this is so blaqnd compared to what they sounded like live....try getting the 'open it up' single or 'live with it' ep...sounds 10 times better. it's a ahame cos all the songs on this album rock...but i dont know how they would to someone who hasnt seen them live. judge were at their best live...there was something magic about andy's pr

From: Peblz Date: November 18, 2004 at 22:07
I agree with Gaz - good songs, live stuff better. If you can find the PSH album with the live tracks at the end, it's the better one. Think Dokken but not so wild. 80s style tracks, but toned down somewhat. Live stuff heaps better - tunes work better, more punch.

From: Geoff Date: February 10, 2005 at 4:27
As average as it gets. I like 'Give the young tomorrow' as a song, bu tthe lyrics are awful and this album is just poor, IMO. Nothing stands out bar that one track.

From: pie75 Date: July 15, 2010 at 7:32
i first seen this band when they opened for the mighty ac/dc at the sydney entertanment centre in '91 and was glown away by their performance and sound and i realy like andy cichon as a singer not sure the production or the sound of this album is as bad as everyone's making out i realy like creature of habbit,open it up,mr.attitude,bury me down,vandalise,give the young tomorrow and straight time i think people should give it a few more listens it will grow on you

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