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Release date: 1992
Style: Heavy metal, Funk rock


8.5 | 19 votes


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01. Warheads
02. Rest In Peace
03. Politicalamity
04. Color Me Blind
05. Cupid's Dead
06. Peacemaker Die
07. Seven Sundays
08. Tragic Comic
09. Our Father
10. Stop The World
11. God Isn't Dead?
12. I Rise 'N Shine
13. II Am I Ever Gonna Change
14. III Who Cares?

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musicalkaratekid - 29.10.2014 at 02:02  
Rating: 8 From start to finish, this is an undoubtedly ambitious concept album which, if not immediately successful, was for Extreme a career-defining piece of work. Split into three parts, the album explores and covers a lot of musical ground. The first part has the most in common with Extreme's earlier material (but is still very reliable given the band's hard-working musical ethic), the mid-section is experimental and proves Bettencourt is more than just a talented guitarist, and the last three songs verge on progressive rock territory. It's a big album to take in, and will require more than one listen to enhance the whole experience, but is certainly a rewarding listen by the end.
JohnDoe - 29.10.2014 at 14:54  
  This album is their best work, very good and quite inspired and a competent performance.

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