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Thrash
  • Artista:
    Exodus
  • Título:
    Songs From Force Of Habit
  • Género:
  • Estilo:
    Thrash
  • Fecha de publicación:
    1992
  • País:
    US
  • Tamaño Versión FLAC
    2920 mb
  • Tamaño Versión MP3
    2586 mb
  • Tamaño Versión WMA
    1319 mb
  • Clasificación:
    4.4
  • Votos:
    450
  • Registro de:
    Cassette, Promo, Sampler

Lista de canciones

1Force Of Habit
2One Foot In The Grave
3Good Day To Die
4When It Rains It Pours
5Architect Of Pain
6Thorn In My Side
7Pump It Up

Álbum

Songs in album Exodus - Force Of Habit 1992. Exodus - Thorn In My Side. Exodus - Forse Of Habit. Artista: Exodus Album: Force Of Habit Año: 1992 Genero: Thrash Metal Lista: 00:00 - Thorn In My Side 04:05 - Me, Myself & I 09:09 - Force Of Habit 13:28 - Bi. Force Of Habit. UMG от лица компании EMI ASCAP, The Royalty Network Publishing и другие авторские общества 7. Force of Habit is the fifth studio album by American thrash metal band Exodus, released on August 17, 1992 by Capitol Records in the USA, and Toshiba-EMI in Japan. The songs are a departure from the thrash metal style for Exodus, slower and more experimental. Many of the song titles are common figures of speech. Force of Habit is Exodus's last release until their 1997 live album Another Lesson in Violence and their last studio album until 2004's Tempo of the Damned, since the band went on two extended. Exodus - Force Of Habit 1992. Album 1992 15 Songs. More By Exodus. See free to Exodus Force of Habit Thorn in My Side, Me, Myself & I and more. 15 tracks 77:18. Still, the approach does allow for some melody, and the inclusion of a pair of uncharacteristic cover versions in The Rolling Stone's Bitch and Elvis Costello's Pump It Up. Force Of Habit also features some interesting lyrical content. I saw the album cover of Exodus's Force Of Habit and I thought that this album was be wierd as. you know. I had heard pretty much of their earlier work and I thought that this album was the same deal but now when I finally got from a friend I changed my mind very quick. The songs on this album was solid headbang tracks, the album opens hard with , a song that delivers heavy and catchy shredding. The tempo is fast but not too fast, the song is very easy-digested and you want to listen to this many times, the guitar solo is almost in ace-class. Me, Myself & I starts off with somewhat chunky and staccato riffing along with a extracted solo. and run with that style for an hour. If you fancied Exodus as mid-tempo thrash rockers with half-baked hooks and poppy choruses, then you're sniffing in the right dark corner. Force of Habit should be analysed in the 90s conception of thrash metal. This album shows heavier groove signs that already came out on the previous Impact Is Imminent. The period was becoming quite tragic for this genre and lots of bands already went downhill in inspiration, violence and speed