Monday, 7 April 2008

Down, Down II: A Bustle in Your Hedgerow...

US, 2002.

While hard rock is a label often tagged on any whiny pop crap these days, Down is probably one of the few great bands still pushing boundaries within rock while never completely trespassing into metal. While Phil Anselmo is obviously the main focal point in the band, musically Pepper Keenan drives every single song with great riffs.


01 - Lysergik Funeral Procession
02 - There's Something on My Side
03 - The Man That Follows Hell
04 - Stained Glass Cross
05 - Ghosts Along the Mississippi
06 - Learn From This Mistake
07 - Beautifully Depressed
08 - Where I'm Going
09 - Doobinterlude
10 - New Orleans Is a Dying Whore
11 - The Seed
12 - Lies, I Don't Know What They Say but
13 - Flambeaux's Jamming With St. Aug
14 - Dog Tired
15 - Landing on the Mountains of Meggido



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