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River Disturbance

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Category: CCM Thrash
Year: 1994
Label: Brainstorm Records
Catalog Number: 7512685092
Rating: 8.41 out of 10. (17 ratings)

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Jimmy P. Brown II lead and backing vocals, ehythm and lead guitar, keyboards, 12-string guitars
Jeff Mason drums, percussion
Manny Morales bass, fretless bass
1.  Belltown  4:39
2.  After I Fell  4:21
3.  River Disturbance  6:35
4.  Now and Then  4:33
5.  Speed of Light  4:53
6.  A Little Sleep with 12th Tribe  3:44
7.  Map  4:52
8.  You Still Smile  7:06
9.  Breathing Still  8:01
Total Running Time:  48:44

Existing comments about this CD

From: Jonoo   (IP unknown) Date: January 24, 2002 at 4:58
A powerful album. The lyrics are very good, and the music is solid as always. I admit some of the songs are a little different but that keeps you on your toes. I've written a number of these comments now and I don't know if I've thanked Deliverance for being there. I know they recently reformed, but there albums have helped me many times over. Thank you Deliverance.
From: Tom   (IP unknown) Date: July 21, 2002 at 15:19
Whew, even if you liked the 'new' Deliverance, this is one to listen to before you buy it, if you can. It is WAY different. The lyrics are good. But the music is so different than any other D record. I never could get into this one. Even its follow-up, Camelot In Smithereens, is better and more in line with classic, new D sound. This one was just odd. The production is great, the performances are good, but the songs are just...well, like I said, just listen before you buy.
From: MetalGeek   (IP unknown) Date: July 23, 2002 at 10:09
I wished I HAD listened to this one before I bought it... BOOOOORRRRINNNG.
From: Samson   (IP unknown) Date: September 17, 2002 at 13:19
I thought that this album was great! I like the way they changed gears and tried something new. It's worth a listen. You'll be surprised at what is said and the way they deliver it. I just wish they didn't stop playing. Deliverance Rocks!
From: oldmetallover   ( Date: January 11, 2005 at 2:00
Wow am I disapointed!!! I never thought I would say that a 'D' album was just OK. If I had to say that there was a 'D' album that was no good this would be the one. What happened!? Thank God they redeemed themselves with the Camalot album. I fought and fought to get this ablum to complete my 'D' collection and now wish i didn't. I could have done without it and kept my respect for 'D'. I still love 'D' but now I can't say they did no wrong!!!

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