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Old 06-23-2013, 04:22 PM
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Order of the Leech
Released on October 21st, 2002
Label: Spitfire

Line Up:
Mark Barney Greenway vocals
Mitch Harris guitar, backing vocals
Shane Embury bass
Danny Herrera drums

1. Continuing War on Stupidity
2. The Icing on the Hate
3. Forced to Fear
4. Narcoleptic
5. Out of Sight Out of Mind
6. To Lower Yourself (Blind Servitude)
7. Lowest Common Denominator
8. Forewarned is Disarmed?
9. Per Capita
10. Farce and Fiction
11. Blows to the Body
12. The Great Capitulator

I won't say that this was a bad album but it was just nowhere as good as Enemy of the Music Business. Of all their albums that I have its probably the one Ive listened to the least. I think I got it after Utilitarian came out last year. So it was hard for me to even pick a favorite song since Im not too familiar with it. It had the same gritty production, hardcore riffs and short songs they adopted with their last album but it just wasnt as catchy as its predecessor. I still recommend it; just of all their post-2000s album its one of the weaker ones. Like the last album it went largely unnoticed and is pretty hard to find. I got my copy as an import from the UK. Its hard to say too, since there isnt a picture of the band inside the CD, but I think it was around this time that Barney cut that god-awful hair off and entered the 1990s.
Best Song: Narcoleptic
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