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Old 04-02-2012, 08:31 PM
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Corrosion Of Conformity- America's Volume Dealer (2000)




America's Volume Dealer was COC's first album in 4 years since their mighty Wiseblood album. So I do expect some changes to be had, although I wasn't quite sure what direction they would be heading in. This album ends up being many different types of music and varieties and that's why I think some people don't like this. This album has many different elements in it, because a song or two are indeed soft and some are very rockish. People just never seem to give this album a fair chance mainly because it's not heavy enough for the population. Peppers vocals kept getting stronger and stronger with every release and this is no exception as the vocals really shine on this. I've loved this album since I first heard it when it came out. The musicianship is superb and the production is top notch as well. This is an album that is easy to get into, cruisin music, drinking music, or fucking music, this album pretty much suits all your needs. They still have their own unique crazy style that's groovy as hell. A great and memorable album that I wish to see one day performed in full

Favorite Tracks:

Diablo Blvd.

Who's Got The Fire

Over Me

Zippo
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