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|1.||The Lord Came Down|
|3.||All My Wheels|
|4.||Rotten as Hell|
|7.||Group of Five|
|8.||Your Song and Dance|
|9.||Goddess of War|
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EPs and CD-singles from Brand New Sin are also welcome to be added, as long as they are at least 4 songs in length.
|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: November 3, 2013 at 14:05|
|I forgot, when I submitted this: track 16 is a coveer of Sabbath's "The Wizard," although neither it nor the AC/DC cover is anything special. Anyway, United State continues on in the same stripped-down sound of Distilled. The big hooks of Recipe For Disaster and Tequila are largely gone, as is the huge guitar sound of the band's first two albums. UThis is still a decent album, but a different animal than the Joe Altier years. Releated listens will reward you, but it can be tough getting through, as Kris Wiechmann isn't much of a singer, just kinda droning along like the guy next door. The new guitarist is welcome, back up to two axes again. I dunno, I just don't reach for the Altier-less BNS albums all that often.|
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