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2.82 | 2 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2005

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Its Good Weather For Black Leather
2. Function! Function!
3. The Womanizer And The Alchoholic
4. Knight The Arsonist
5. Not Guilty
6. And On The Day That He Became A Human Plumb-line
7. Psycho Galvanic Skin Response
8. Man The Traps
9. Brown Eyes (No Name)
10. The Biting Cold
11. I Won't Miss, Or Be Missed
12. Happiness
13. Reach Up To The Gods

Line-up / Musicians

- Charles Edward Godby / vocals
- Mark James Lyons / guitar
- David William Hopkinson / bass
- Daniel Shaw / guitar
- Daniel Jones / drums

Releases information

Earache Records

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3 stars It feels strange to be the first one to rate a record here on progarchives. Obviously someone cared enough about this band to request an add and also fill in the blanks for a biography and so on, yet it remains unrated. Beecher's "This Elegy, His Autopsy" is an oldie-but-goodie from when I was ... (read more)

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