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Deliverance

Stay of Execution

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Category: CCM Thrash
Year: 1992
Label: Intense Records
Catalog Number: FLD9403
Rating: 7.94 out of 10. (18 ratings)
 

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Personnel
Jimmy P. Brown II lead and backing vocals, rhythm and acoustic guitars
Kevin P. Lee drums, percussion
Mike Phillips lead, rhythm, and acoustic guitars
Brian Khairullah bass
Rob Watson additional keyboards
Mike Grato additional bass
Tracks
1.  Stay of Execution  4:35
2.  Windows of the Soul  4:58
3.  Words to the...  4:23
4.  From Once Was  3:58
5.  Self-Monger  3:31
6.  Horrendous Disk  5:28
7.  Lord of Dreams  5:05
8.  Ramming Speed  5:48
9.  Entombed  3:56
10.  Weapons of our Warfare remix  3:39
  
Total Running Time:  45:21

Existing comments about this CD

From: Jonoo   (IP unknown) Date: January 24, 2002 at 4:52
This album was the beginning of a new sound for D. It moved away from the speed metal into a realm that only Jimmy and D could inhabit. The first three songs on this album show the stregth of their lyrics musical talents and Jimmy's phenomenal vocals. Those songs can stand up to any of D's earlier or later stuff. Don't miss for fans and a good pick up for those looking for an introduction to Deliverance.
From: MetalGeek   (IP unknown) Date: February 12, 2002 at 8:33
This is the album where Deliverance started to lose me actually. I like it, but I could also start to hear the "shift" in their sound. I bought "Learn" and "River Disturbance" after this and thought they were both really DULL. Sorry folks, I guess I'm just a narrow minded thrasher....
From: RAPTOR   (IP unknown) Date: February 23, 2002 at 21:40
i too liked this album but defenatly thought they really went down hill from here although i havent heard camelot in smithereens yet (the only one i dont have) is it any good?
From: Tom   (IP unknown) Date: April 7, 2002 at 0:44
I like the old and the new deliverance and this CD is right in between. I really like it. The guitar sound on this record is so great, I wish they'd done more of it! Best songs: Stay of Execution, Windows of the Soul, From Once Was and Horrendous Disk (a cover of an old DA tune - very well done).
From: Charles   (IP unknown) Date: May 6, 2002 at 12:03
Camelot in Smithereens is actually their attempt to go back to the thrash route. It just seemed that they grew tired of playing the music. The album is really one of their downpoints. I was so excited for them to go back to their roots only to be let down.
From: Zack   (IP unknown) Date: July 28, 2003 at 22:42
I loved Weapons of Our Warfare and Learn. But this one...not so much. It lacked the creativity of the other two.
From: Jay   (IP unknown) Date: November 16, 2003 at 14:38
I like the early albums too, but I really enjoyed this album because they did something different. A band should not play the same stuff every album. This album was very creative and it had more of a heavy edge and it sounded more professional too.
From: Doug   (---.fuse.net) Date: September 29, 2004 at 22:04
This albums singer does not sound like the same singer in the first 2 Delivearance albums . They messed a good thing they had going cause the first two albums Rock . What were they thinking I don't understand . Go back Deliverance the way you were ......
From: Jay/PetraFan007   (---.ne.client2.attbi.com) Date: February 19, 2005 at 22:35
Believe it or not, this is my favorite Deliverance album. Perfect mix between thrash/speed metal and melodic metal, with great vocals! I especially love "Windows of the Soul", "From Once was... (killer solo!)", "Ramming Speed" (epic song!) and "Entombed"--- which is the fastest freakin' speed/thrash metal song I've ever heard! Insane! Long Live D! Mosh it up, baby!

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