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Wretched And Divine: The Story Of The Wild Ones
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Category: Heavy Rock
Label: Lava/Universal Republic
Andy Biersack vocals|
Ashley Purdy bass, backing vocals
Christian Coma drums
Jake Pitts lead guitars
Jinxx rhythm guitars, violin, keyboards
|1. ||Exordium |
|2. ||I Am Bulletproof |
|3. ||New Year's Day |
|4. ||F.E.A.R. Transmission 1: Stay Close |
|5. ||Wretched and Divine |
|6. ||We Don't Belong |
|7. ||F.E.A.R. Transmission 2: Trust |
|8. ||Devil's Choir |
|9. ||Resurrect the Sun |
|10. ||Overture |
|11. ||Shadows Die |
|12. ||Abeyance |
|13. ||Days Are Numbered |
|14. ||Done for You |
|15. ||Nobody's Hero |
|16. ||Lost It All |
|17. ||F.E.A.R. Transmission 3: As War Fades |
|18. ||In the End |
|19. ||F.E.A.R. Final Transmission |
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||Date: March 4, 2020 at 10:21|
|In the End is actually a pretty cool song. Not sure why people who race incessantly about Shinedown wouldn't also dig this track. Pretty ambitious to do a concept album like this, and props to them for the attempt. Not my cup of tea overall, but I can listen to "In the End" and not hate it. It's damned catchy.
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