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Album: Wiseblood
# Song Title   Time
1)    King of the Rotten
2)    Long Whip / Big America
3)    Wiseblood
4)    Goodbye Windows
5)    Born Again For the Last Time
6)    Drowning in a Daydream
7)    Snake Has No Head, The
8)    Door, The
9)    Man or Ash
10)    Redemption City
11)    Wishbone (Some Tomorrow)
12)    Fuel
13)    Bottom Feeder (El que Come Abajo)
 

Album: Wiseblood
# Song Title   Time
1)    King of the Rotten
2)    Long Whip / Big America
3)    Wiseblood
4)    Goodbye Windows
5)    Born Again For the Last Time
6)    Drowning in a Daydream
7)    Snake Has No Head, The
8)    Door, The
9)    Man or Ash
10)    Redemption City
11)    Wishbone (Some Tomorrow)
12)    Fuel
13)    Bottom Feeder (El que Come Abajo)
 
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Performer Notes
  • Corrosion Of Conformity: Pepper Kennan (vocals, guitar); Woody Weatherman (guitar); Mike Dean (bass); Reed Mullin (drums).
  • Additional personnel: James Hetfield (vocals).
  • Recorded at Criteria Studios, Miami, Florida; Kingsway Studio, North Los Angeles, California; Electric Lady Studios, New York, New York; Reflections Sound Studios, Charlotte, North Carolina.
  • "Drowning In A Daydream" was nominated for a 1998 Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance.
  • Corrosion Of Conformity's 6th album roars and rumbles, exemplifying quality modern metal. There are now clear traces of funk, Southern rock and old-school heavy metal in the band's sound; the only hint that Corrosion Of Conformity started as a hardcore punk band comes in "Wishbone," an unrelenting thrash-metal track. This trio of virtuosos no longer thrashes, but it does rock. WISEBLOOD is angry, dark, visceral--everything that metal should be, proving you don't have to play fast to be "hard."
Professional Reviews
Entertainment Weekly (11/29/96, p.92) - "...this long-running North Carolina band is making metal exciting again. COC's guitarists shred cliches as well as notes, adding groove, nuance, and melody without diluting the music's brute force..." - Rating: A-

Q (11/96, p.120) - 3 Stars - Good - "...a collection of strong songs and equally strong, at times inspired, performances..."
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