Dust (12) ‎– Hard Attack

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Kama Sutra ‎– KSBS-2059, Kama Sutra ‎– KSBS 2059
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A1 Pull Away/So Many Times
Written-By – Kerner*, Wise*
4:59
A2 Walk In The Soft Rain
Written-By – Kerner*, Wise*
4:18
A3 Thusly Spoken
Written-By – Kerner*, Wise*
4:18
A4 Learning To Die
Written-By – Aaronson*, Kerner*
6:20
B1 All In All
Written-By – Kerner*, Wise*
4:03
B2 I Been Thinkin
Written-By – Kerner*, Wise*
2:14
B3 Ivory
Written-By – Kerner*, Wise*
2:38
B4 How Many Horses
Written-By – Kerner*, Wise*
4:18
B5 Suicide
Written-By – Kerner*, Wise*
4:53
B6 Entrance
Written-By – Kerner*, Wise*
0:19

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): KSBS-2059-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): KSBS-2059-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): KSBS-2059 A-4 Bell Sound MR Joe v △17000
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): KSBS-2059 B-4 2 Bell Sound Joe MR △17000-x
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other Versions (5 of 16) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
KSBS 2059 Dust (12) Hard Attack(LP, Album, RP) Kama Sutra KSBS 2059 US Unknown Sell This Version
OW 29310 Dust (12) Hard Attack(CD, Album, RE) One Way Records (6) OW 29310 US 1994 Sell This Version
KSBS 2059 Dust (12) Hard Attack(LP, Album, RP, Promo, Gat) Kama Sutra KSBS 2059 US 1972 Sell This Version
BDK-2059 Dust (12) Hard Attack(CD, Album, RE) Buddah Records, Kama Sutra BDK-2059 Canada 1992 Sell This Version
AK 304 Dust (12) Hard Attack(LP, Album, RE, Gat) Akarma AK 304 Italy 2004 Sell This Version

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CommonGood-Records

CommonGood-Records

May 9, 2017
edited 9 months ago

I love when a record describes itself perfectly in the title. This one only needed two words: HARD ATTACK. Boy, does it live up to the name. From the Frank Frazetta artwork to the pounding drums of Marc Bell (better known as Marky Ramone, a man possessed on this record), this record is a sonic assault that lulls you into its' slower tunes before hitting you again right in the face (think the nice, floating, gentle pedal steel of "How Many Horses" right before some Blue Cheer-style fuzz guitar with "Suicide"). Highly recommended for fans of some proto-metal heavy rock n' roll akin to Black Sabbath, MC5, Atomic Rooster, and the more obscure Alamo.