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Released: 1998, Century Media
Reviewer: David Lee
This one is easy. Collectors only need read further because if you were not on the ball enough to have this one already, you ain't gonna get it. There are only 5000 copies of this thing floating around, just enough to wet the appetite for a new record, which is said to be finished and ready for release in case you were wondering.
Did you like "BOUND, GAGGED AND BLINDFOLDED?" Well a live version of "Paleface," and a demo version of "When Pain Comes to Surface" will sound familiar and nothing more need be said to sell this, if you could buy it.
Juan from VILE lends his throat to Raza Odiada (Pito Wilson) which was originally a BRUJERIA number. Then there are the two new songs, "So Far From the Truth" and "Noah", both of which will appear in some form on the new record. What are they like? Brutal of course! You didn't really expect them to do funky dance music, did ya? 'Course not.
The end of the story here is that you get five raging tunes done exactly like only SKINLAB could do them and your chances of scoring one of these discs is exactly 1 in 5000 because that is all that will be printed. Happy hunting!
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