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Regal - Prong - Scorpio Rising (CD, Album)

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  1. Come to think of it, Scorpio Rising is a stunted Prong album. The grooves are here, but they pack far less punch and far less aggression or attitude than before, the songs often do only enough to get by, Tommy Victor sounds disinterested on some songs, and despite how much louder everything is, the anger doesn’t cut deep here.
  2. Prong - Scorpio Rising () Country: USA Genre: Thrash Metal, Groove Metal, Hardcore Quality: APE (image+.cue+covers) Tracklist: Detached All Knowing Force Embrace The Depth Reactive Mind Regal Inner Truth Avoid Promises Siriusly Emerging Assurances Out Of This Realm Entrance Of The Eclipse
  3. Prong have hit a new high with Scorpio Rising. Drawing heavily from the power of Cleansing and the pure song-writing skill of Rude Awakening, this is set to be a classic album of its time. They have managed to bring in new influences whilst at other times throwing in a measure of NYC hardcore to keep the fans jumping through their next tour/5(34).
  4. Scorpio Rising by PRONG: Listen to songs by PRONG on Myspace, a place where people come to connect, discover, and share.
  5. Regal Prong. Album Scorpio Rising. Regal Lyrics. Life that was not life that meant not life that was not meant to be Life that was not life that meant not life that was not meant to be.
  6. album: "Scorpio Rising" () 1. Detached 2. All Knowing Force 3. Embrace The Depth 4. Reactive Mind 5. Regal 6. Inner Truth 7. Avoid Promises 8. Seriously Emerging 9. Assurances Out Of This Realm Entrance Of The Eclipse Letter To A Friend Red Martial Working Hidden Agendas.
  7. Jun 20,  · Rude Awakening is an enhanced CD. It was also released as a special limited edition on 12" red vinyl. The album was reissued in as a digipak version, featuring four remixes of the "Rude Awakening" single and a new booklet. Rude Awakening is the last Prong album to feature Ted Parsons and Paul Raven, as well as the band's last album on Epic /5(6).

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