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Label: Century Media
Catalog Number: 8330-2
|1.||Said and Done|
|2.||Did Me Wrong|
|3.||Spare the Agony|
|8.||See the Sun|
|14.||House of the Rising Sun||Cover: The Animals|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: August 15, 2013 at 21:57|
|Arriving less than eighteen months after Recipe For Disaster, Tequila feels a bit rushed. The artwork hints at more of the southern/western-flavored metal of the first two albums, but actually, the music sounds less that way than you might expect, after the Lone Ranger drumbeats in the intro. Also missing is that fat, thick, juicy guitar sound, which makes the repetitiveness of some songs seem more obvious. Still a good disc, though, with favorites being the first three tracks, "See The Sun," "Motormeth" and a creepy rendition of "House Of The Rising Sun." Tracks 4, 7 11 and 13 are all instrumentals, and jbrief ones at that, not adding much of anything to the album.|
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