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Warrior Soul

Drugs, God and the New Republic

Much better production than their previous work, and great songwritting as well with lyrics in the same content of social awareness. The rhythm section is a new one and a more efficient one with bassist Pete McClanahan´s everflowing basslines, adding texture and complementing John Ricco´s Psychedelical guitar riffs, melodies and solos, backing up Mark Evan´s Thunderous drumming, and last but not least,Korey Clark´s vocals with great counter melodies in another intense musical journey. A Kick ass version of Joy Division´s "Interzone", and classics such as the title track, "Hero", "Wasteland", "Rocket 88", among others. A milestone. --Joaquim Lago

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Track Listing

  1. Intro
  2. Ineterzone
  3. Drugs, God and the New Republic
  4. The Answer
  5. Rocket 88
  6. Jump For Joy
  7. My Time
  8. Real Thing
  9. Man Must Live As One
  10. Hero
  11. The Wasteland
  12. Children of the Winter

BAND MEMBERS & GUests

VOCALS: Kory Clarke
GUITAR: John Ricco
BASS: Pete McClanahan
DRUMS: Mark Evans

RECORDING INFORMATION

LABEL: BMI / Dead Government Music
PRODUCED BY: Geoff Workman
RELEASE YEAR: 1991
“Silver bullets in the jukebox, spin another round, everybody at the back of the line, it's midnight at the lost and found”