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1. Dirty
2. Testify
3. Move
4. No Restraint
5. Can't Do A Thing
6. Lost
7. In The Eye
8. You Should Be Dead
9. Changed
10. Always A Way
11. .357
12. Sludge

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Okay, so it pretty much IS Unsane... 26 Aug. 2001
By Barry Offwhite - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
...But that's okay. I don't really have any problem with a band that wants to sound like the band that relased "Total Destruction," my personal all-time favorite album. At first, I was a bit leery of the concept. I've never really been a fan of "Ex-members of" bands. I mean, Wings? Fastway? Sean Na Na? No thanks. The band's first single, "You should Be Dead" was no "Body Bomb," plus, there's no blood on the album cover. So I hesitated to give The Cutthroats 9 a chance. Then I saw them live. I stood near the back with two employees of the venue, all mouthing, ahem, "fudge" to each other. What a fool I'd been for dismissing The Cutthroats 9. They put on one of the best rock shows I've ever seen to a small, but appreciative crowd. Anyways, this would have been a slam-dunk fifth studio record for Unsane, but for The Cutthroats 9, it's an even more impressive debut. The songs are like more recent Unsane, but more energetic, more confident. And the production by Tim Green is superb, everything sounds super-super loud. The move to the west coast and the new blood (Unsane alumni Chris Spencer and Dave Curran are joined here by second guitarist Mark Laramie, who eventually took over bass duties, slimming the group to a trio, and drummer Will Carrol) must have done them good. The Cutthroats 9 also have a new EP on Reptilian called "Anger Management" that is also worth looking into, but by all means see them live. If you don't know what to expect, you will be made a believer, and if you're a skeptical Unsane fan, your faith shall be restored.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
It's just as good..... 10 Oct. 2001
By "stabface" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Ok, maybe Unsane came to an end too fast and too unexpectedly. But what is wrong with having pretty much the same band with a different name. Yeah it really s[tinks] that Unsane broke up cause they were one of the most phenomenal bands in the earth's existence. But here you have pretty much the same thing, with what I think better recording quality, anguishly screamed vocals, mud-heartbeat of a bass, and a dual guitar onslaught with Chris Spencer's hauntingly played blues notes keeping the sanity of an unpredictable erruption of volcanic music. You are a fool if you pass this cd by.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Next best thing to an UNSANE record... maybe better. 30 April 2004
By derty dee - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Like the UNSANE? Buy this. The tempo of these songs carry along a bit more than the lurching of any UNSANE material and the drumming is much more involved here where as the aforementioned incarnation is more reliant on a sparse atmospheric quality. There is more energy/urgency in Spencer's current musical outfit, which in my opinion is what seperates the two bands easily. But I you enjoy the UNSANE, CUTTHROATS 9 is a progression and will be easily embraced if given a listen.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
CT9 rock! 5 May 2002
By Jim Toney - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This picks up right where UNSANE left off. Which was kicking ...!! I saw them live in Seattle and even though the turnout was weak, they rocked out as if it were a stadium full of people. This disc kicks ... and can not wait unil the next release. Thanks to Chris and Will for kickin out some killer tunes. Your drummer rocks too!
0 of 4 people found the following review helpful
sounds like unsane 20 Feb. 2001
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Thats right. This sounds just like Unsane. Both bands share the same singer so I guess they're going to sound similar, although unless youre a huge fan you probably couldn't tell the difference. I can dig the vocal distortion thing, but come on! This vocal style can get annoying very quickly. Sure its heavy, and you can tap your feet to it, but it gets old quick. You'd think they wouldn't want to sound just like Unsane.
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