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What a Joke

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Category: Speed/Thrash
Year: 1991
Label: Intense Records
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Rating: 8.67 out of 10. (9 ratings)

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Jimmy Brown guitars, vocals
George Ochoa guitars
Mike Grato bass
Kevin Lee drums
1.  Intro  
2.  Prophet of Idiocy  
3.  Pseudo Intellectual  
4.  Cheeseburger Maker Du  
5.  What A Joke  
6.  Chipped Beef  
7.  After Forever  
8.  It's the Beat  
9.  A Product of Society  
10.  Happy Star  
11.  J.P.D.  
12.  Pray  
13.  Silent Night  
14.  J.I.G  
15.  Purgatory Sandwich With Mustard  
16.  Attack  

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From: ultmetal   (---.) Date: July 19, 2006 at 14:26
Besides the fact that there is a bunch of silly filler stuff on here, meant as a 'joke', I still love this CD. The title track rules, the Sabbath cover is fantastic and I also love the track that Jimmy and Roger Martinez share vocals on (It's the Beat). The new version of Attack is cool as well.
From: Fat Freddy   ( Date: August 22, 2006 at 8:40
This album and 'Weapons' are my two favorite Deliverance discs. The guys were a little angry at the music business and at the state of the world when they did this record and that comes out in some of the sarcastic little 'joke' songs (think S.O.D. style), but when they stop goofing around and get serious, the band still CRUSHES on this disc. Look no further than 'Prophet of Idiocy,' 'Attack' or the amazing Black Sabbath cover, 'After Forever!' This CD is a must have.
From: adrian   (---.) Date: November 26, 2018 at 18:02
after forever is cool because they also play symptoms of the universe in the middle of the song so really its 2 sabbath songs in 2

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