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2 stars This album was bought as a child growing up at about 11 years of age. The cassette is the basis to this review. The band's covers lured me into their sound and after their first tape caught somewhere in time that I did not like for their lack of vocals. This cassette filled that void but my parents did not. I was forced to return the album at the store since it had satanic cover.

I really don't remember how the tracks sounded but will stand against this group since they are a racist distance--meaning lets dissolve this unto you for your lack. Usually that is the reflection returning to more where they or the island areas can dissolve.

Remember in reference it was the English who translated anti-christ and this reflection is very clear in all their sounds. This is a mix of stupidity, foolishness, and penitence.

Once more this album is for the performance area not a private home. It is a mistake to allow this to enter or replace necessity. The emphasis towards necessity should not replace with this group. I don't care if they attract an audience at a very large stadium but to say I want that stadium in my home makes me a complete idiot and this group a complete stand out. This is once again best kept in public, they are a waste of private interest.

thewickedfall | 2/5 |


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