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Shotgun MessiahViolent New Breed

Tracklist

I'm A Gun3:29
Come Down3:11
Violent New Breed4:57
Enemy In Me4:05
Revolution3:35
Monkey Needs3:24
Rain3:46
Jihad3:56
Side F/x2:03
Sex4:24
Overkill3:12
I Come In Peace3:41

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    Cover of Violent New Breed, 1993, CDViolent New Breed
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    Roadrunner Records – RR 9036 2, Relativity – 7 9036 2Europe1993Europe1993
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    Cover of Violent New Breed, 1993, CDViolent New Breed
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    Relativity – 88561-1164-2US1993US1993
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Violent New Breed, 1993, CassetteViolent New Breed
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    Relativity – 88561-1164-4US1993US1993
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    Cover of Violent New Breed, 1993, CDViolent New Breed
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    Relativity – ZK 90979Canada1993Canada1993
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    Cover of Violent New Breed, 1993, CassetteViolent New Breed
    Cassette, Album
    Roadrunner Records – RR 9036 4Europe1993Europe1993
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    Cover of Violent New Breed, 1993, CassetteViolent New Breed
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    Relativity – ZT 90979Canada1993Canada1993
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    Cover of Violent New Breed, 1993, CassetteViolent New Breed
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    Relativity – 88561-1164-4USA & Canada1993USA & Canada1993
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    Cover of Violent New Breed, 1994-03-09, CDViolent New Breed
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    Relativity – SRCS 6980Japan1994Japan1994
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    Cover of Violent New Breed, 1994, CDViolent New Breed
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    Epic – 476591 2, Relativity – 476591 2Australia1994Australia1994
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    Cover of Violent New Breed, , CDViolent New Breed
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    Roadrunner Records – RR 9036 2, Relativity – 7 9036 2EuropeEurope
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    • F.LIZZARD's avatar
      F.LIZZARD
      Aaaahhhh! Nice one! Not so different with their past releases as the previous reviewer say's. OK more industrial, more aggressive. But if you take off the industrial curtain, the music is pure sleazy hard rock early 90's. If you take songs from their previous release ''second coming'', change the sound, and put them here, they fit perfectly well.
      • Edited 14 years ago
        This is a surprisingly excellent release, considering the band's past releases. Tim Skold made the sound much more aggressive and, well, better. If you like the "metal" end of "industrial", I personally guarantee you will love this cd.

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