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  • Audio CD (2 Oct. 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: 13th Planet
  • ASIN: B000V9KENI
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 319,676 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Looking For Them
2. No Justice
3. 3rd Option
4. Pure Ether
5. Power Of the Damager
6. The Banishment
7. Worst Of It
8. Spirit Guide
9. Messages Insode Of Me
10. Can't Stop The Bleeding
11. Bad Fall
12. Changing Ending Troubling Times

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. L. Papworth on 21 Oct. 2007
Format: Audio CD
That's right, Prong don't let you down. Their first release since Scorpio Rising and it's more business as usual. For me Prong always had a completely different sound to any other band. Scorpio Rising lost some of their earlier groove and instant riffs and replaced them with increased power and beligerence. Not a bad thing but it took a few more plays than previous releases to get the nuances of the songs. Once they were in your brain they stayed like all the others. POTD takes up where Scorpio finished but adds more thrashy elements too. The reason it's only four stars is because the production is the poorest on any Prong album so far. Rude Awakening remains the only CD on my i-pod that I HAVE to turn down its crystal clarity is so vicious. Also very strange here seeing as how Al Jourgenson was at the production helm and the Ministry sound is s**t hot. Here the production is a bit hit and miss and 'muddy' at times, particularly the snare drum. Don't get me wrong it's still not as bad as Lars banging on a Peak Fean biscuit tin on St Anger; it just detracts a bit. If you're a Prong fan then you won't be disappointed. Personal faves are No Justice and Spirit Guide. Enjoy
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Gabriel Hill Harriss on 15 Dec. 2008
Format: Audio CD
I have to say..this album is the nuts!!! I got it about 2 months ago, really excited about it after hearing it was a more aggressive return to the earlier days of Beg to Differ and Prove you Wrong. I missed out on Scorpio Rising and to this day still dont know if I'm missing anything, having said that I saw them at Brixton Academy in 90, so that makes me pretty much an official fan..lost my t shirt though! Anyway, back to Tommy Victor and co., another line up, but what a sound..okay, I'll admit the bass is a little lost in the production, but the drums and Tommys trademark chunky riffs make up for it! With every precision shred, theres an amazing drum fill, and the songs themselves are packed full if originality, which made them great at their peak. It does remind me of The Cleansing in places, especially ' The Banishment', but this is all a good thing..no power is lost, no viceral aggressiveness has gone..Tommy still shouts it like he means it, and this, to me, is the most important thing about this new landmark era for Prong..they might not have evolved a great deal..but they have more energy in one song than most dying thrash bands have left in one album..you know who you are..lol!!
This is as good as a place to start with Prong as any album, and in years to come will be essential listening...3 guys, one mighty noise..a lot of bands could take a leaf out of this bands career. 20 years and they still sound as relevant as Beg to Differ did. Long may the Prongs Power continue to damage me..
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Franz Kiffka on 1 July 2009
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This just was not advertised well enough but it really is a truly stunning full on thrash metal modern huge stomping metal beast, right next to recent Mastodon, Machine head and Metallica. HUGE! Check their back catalogue too. Legends.
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