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Camelot in Smithereens

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Category: CCM Thrash
Year: 1995
Label: Intense Records
Catalog Number: FLD9543
Rating: 7.88 out of 10. (13 ratings)

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Jimmy P. Brown II all vocals, rhythm and lead guitar, keyboards
Jeff Mason drums, percussion
Manny Morales bass, fretless bass
Marcus Colon rhythm guitar
Eric Bradfield additional lead guitar
David Lavaggi samples, programming
1.  Somber Theme (Where Are You)  5:54
2.  Lindsey  4:50
3.  Not Too Good 4 Me  5:08
4.  Anymore  4:14
5.  Book Ends  6:58
6.  Beauty and the Beast  3:26
7.  Make My Bed in Hell  4:50
8.  The Red Roof  5:19
9.  In-U  4:30
Total Running Time:  45:09

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From: Tom   (IP unknown) Date: April 27, 2002 at 6:20
Very interesting CD. It keeps D's new sound, but returns a little bit to the heaviness fans love. The opening song is sure to please even the old speed metal fans, its that heavy and fast. There's lots to like here, but the lyrics are just terrific. The songs Anymore, Book Ends, Make My Bed In Hell are all lyrically awesome. As for the music, well, its good, but there are a couple of weird songs like Beauty and the Beast (a Bowie cover) and In-U. The rest are all good.
From: Norm   ( Date: August 19, 2005 at 1:58
Very underrated but also very unique and different from past Deliverance albums. This one is a concept album with a heavy and dark modern metal vibe in the style of 'Empire' era Queensryche with some David Bowie influence thrown in for good measure. It's too bad things had to end here for the big 'D' because this is my second favorite Deliverance album right after 'Learn'. Both are masterpieces.

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