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Category: Nu Metal
Year: 1995
Label: Slain Productions
Catalog Number: 55829
Rating: 9.36 out of 10. (14 ratings)

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Tim Barrett percussion
Brad Noah lead, rhythm, acoustic guitars
Kevin Young vocals, bass, keyboards
1.  Alone  4:58
2.  Felt  3:10
3.  Mothman  4:05
4.  Crawl Away  5:20
5.  One Drop  4:07
6.  Stronghold  4:38
7.  Praze You Lord  3:45
8.  Presence  1:10
9.  Sorry  4:36
10.  Take Me  4:10
11.  Why  4:32
12.  Jeckyl and Hyde  4:17
13.  Amazing Grace Blues  3:59
14.  Going Home  3:45
15.  Mercy  4:12
Total Running Time:  60:44

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From: donny   (IP unknown) Date: October 29, 2003 at 14:16
killer !!! this cd has alot of 'old School' flavor, but also brings a 'Southern Metal' sound, add a splash of Alice in Chains vocal harmonies on a few songs. This is a hard disc to find but worth every penny. The songs Felt, Mothman, and Going home are worth the price of the disc by themselves. GREAT CHRISTIAN WITNESS !!! Most awesome live band I've ever seen. Don't let this one pass you by... you can still order it from their website I think....
From: bighairbrewster   (IP unknown) Date: March 4, 2004 at 15:11
Best band around today!!!
From: Norm   ( Date: August 19, 2005 at 2:02
By far the best album Disciple has ever done. Too bad they didn't keep this sound. Their newer stuff is ok but it just doesn't measure up to this album.
From: Scott   (---.) Date: August 19, 2005 at 11:16
I agree with Norm. I wish they would have explored this sound a bit more, although I understand the need to go more mainstream.

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