Thursday, October 12, 2006

Messiah Complex (1993)
Label: We Bite Recods
Format: CD
Ripped: mp3 (192kbps - HQ)
HHA Rating: 10
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This album was difficult to write, record and release. It had two different singers on it. Jimi Haze sang tracks 1 through 7 and Harvey Moody sang tracks 8 through 11.
It's safe to say that the departure and replacement of a band member during the recording of an album is quite an experience. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone. But, maybe because of or in spite of that this album still had some good songs on it. Some good firsts for a couple of the band members. Like, first time to record at the famed Westbeach Recorders in Hollywood. And firsts, but different firsts for the others. It was the beginning of the end of CP. That end would come after one more album after this one.
These two last albums (Messiah Complex and 3 Chord Pile-up) were really two halves of the last section of the band. The demise finally coming two years later in '95.
[Tracks] **n recorded at Westbeach recorders in Hollywood 1992
1 Manumit 3:59
2 Daggers in my eyes 2:19
3 7 Lucky devils 3:25
4 The postman always shoots twice 4:35
5 Ethnic cleansing 2:40
6 Cenobite stomp 2:10
7 I'm not like everybody else 3:04
8 Tick tick tick 2:42
9 It's gotta come out 2:25
10 Your farts are like frankencense to me 1:33
11 I wanna be the anti-christ 2:36
12 Down 4:44
**Jimi Haze-vocals tracks 1-7
Harvey Moody-vocals tracks 8-12
Joceylin Fedrau-bass
Dale Stewart-guitar
Willy Greer-drums
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Anonymous said...

I can't get this one to download

Anonymous said...

I got it