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Deliverance

Back In The Day: The First Four Years

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Category: Thrash Metal
Year: 2000
Label: Magdalene Records/M8
Catalog Number: M8D-1079
Rating: 4.40 out of 10. (5 ratings)
 

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Personnel
Jimmy P. Brown II Guitars, Vocals
Manny Morales Bass
Brian Khairullah Bass
Glenn Rogers Lead Guitar
Larry Farkas Lead Guitar
Chris Hyde Drums

This Is A Compilation CD Of Early Deliverance Demo & Live Material
With Running Commentary By Band Leader Jimmy P. Brown II About The
Songs In Between - It Was A Limited Edition Of 1000 Copies
Tracks
1.  Narration  4:29
2.  Who Will Save The Children  4:02
3.  Stand Up And Fight  4:43
4.  Narration  3:02
5.  No Time  4:11
6.  Narration  3:14
7.  Talk From The Stage  2:19
8.  Fortress  5:25
9.  Deliverance  3:23
10.  Narration  4:03
11.  Attack  3:52
12.  A Space Called You  3:59
13.  Narration  4:24
14.  Hold On Tightly  3:38
15.  J.I.G.  2:06
16.  Temporary Insanity  5:25
  
Total Running Time:  62:15

Existing comments about this CD

From: Fat Freddy   (---.dyn.optonline.net) Date: December 26, 2006 at 19:59
For diehards only. This disc is a compilation of long lost demo tracks, live material and other odds and ends from Deliverance's early days. Sounds like a great idea but the quality of most of the tapes used here is AWFUL and make it a chore to sit through. Jimmy Brown's running commentary/narration in between the songs provides a light hearted look at how crazy it must have been to be in Deliverance in the early days. A nice collector's piece but I rarely pull this disc out to give it a spin.
From: pax   (---.) Date: July 19, 2007 at 1:08
keep it holy....... yeah!
From: Scott   (---.) Date: October 17, 2007 at 10:13
A horrid collection of poor, boom-box, rehersal recordings and such. This thing has even been re-released with a new cover. Buyer beware, this album is for die-hard collectors only.
From: jesse   (---.) Date: December 28, 2007 at 9:17
Should never have been released. Terrible boom box recordings. Total cash grab and nothing more. Tarnishes the Deliverance name IMO.

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