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Thunder And Lightning
Thunder And Lightning
Price: £17.15

12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 4.5/5, 12 Oct 2013
This review is from: Thunder And Lightning (Audio CD)
Following the exquisite Nightlife and Fighting deluxe remasters, we now have Renegade (sadly only one disc) and the double disc Thunder and Lightning deluxe remasters, and boy are they done right. These sound great! The bass received a bit of a boost, but in no way is it overdone or bloated. I feel as if it really adds power to the album, especially on Cold Sweat. Everything now is clearer, as you can hear more of what goes on. You know the spoken word in The Holy War which you could never really decipher do to it morphing with the music? It's now quite clear in the right channel, and after listening to this album hundreds of times, it gave me chills! If you only own one copy of this album on CD, it should be this one. It even beats my original Japanese press.

Disc 2 contains rare demos of the whole album, which have been circulating out there as a bootleg entitled "Thunder & Lightning Demos", which any hardcore Lizzy fan has most likely laid their ears upon, but the sound quality is quite improved. Another things about the bootleg demo disc out there, is that it contains two cuts of an unreleased track, "Don't Let Him Slip Away" which really should have been added here. I can only imagine they're saving that for the box set which was announced way back in January of 2012. There's also some live tracks from the Hammersmith 81 show which has been recycled quite a bit, one of which, Killer On The Loose, is actually on the Chinatown Deluxe Edition! One other small pet peeve that I have is that there were two remixed versions of The Sun Goes Down which were released as singles but are nowhere to be found on this edition. Regardless, this is still a great edition of a great album, and it is highly recommended by myself. Full breakdown of the tracklist below.

Disc 1 - 2013 Newly Remastered Album

01. Thunder and Lightning
02. This Is The One
03. The Sun Goes Down
04. The Holy War
05. Cold Sweet
06. Someday She Is Going To Hit Back
07. Baby Please Don't Go
08. Bad Habits
09. Heart Attack

Disc 2 - Bonus Tracks

Tracks 1-6 live at the Hammersmith Odeon in 1981

01. Angel Of Death (b-side from Cold Sweat 2x7" single)
02. Don't Believe A Word (b-side from Cold Sweat 2x7" single)
03. Emerald(from bonus 12" included with early gatefold sleeve copies of Thunder and Lightning)
04. Killer On The Loose(from bonus 12" included with early gatefold sleeve copies of Thunder and Lightning)
05. The Boys Are Back In Town (from bonus 12" included with early gatefold sleeve copies of Thunder and Lightning)
06. Hollywood (from bonus 12" included with early gatefold sleeve copies of Thunder and Lightning)

07. The Sun Goes Down (demo)
08. Bad Habits (demo)
09. This Is The One (demo)
10. Thunder And Lightning
11. Cold Sweat (demo)
12. Baby Please Don't Go (demo)
13. Heart Attack (demo)
14. The Holy War (demo)
15. Someday She's Gonna Hit Back (demo)


Sacred Heart
Sacred Heart
Price: £15.48

9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic edition, 1 April 2012
This review is from: Sacred Heart (Audio CD)
This edition of Sacred is remastered by Andy Pearce as are the other Dio 2012 deluxe releases, which means, unlike other Deluxe Editions out there, this one isn't simply a volume bloated re-release. Very fine, clean and detailed sound, but just a tad bright. Disc 2 has some wonderful goodies that alone make this worthy of the purchase. Live B-Sides from singles and the Intermission live album which was never commercially available in the US. The packaging is your standard for these editions, a wonderful foldout digipak and an informative booklet stuffed into one of the open flaps. Highly recommended edition if you have the cash. A more detailed tracklist below.

Disc 1 (Original remastered album)

01. King of Rock and Roll
02. Sacred Heart
03. Another Lie
04. Rock 'n' Roll Children
05. Hungry for Heaven
06. Like the Beat of a Heart
07. Just Another Day
08. Fallen Angels
09. Shoot Shoot

Disc 2

01. Hide in the Rainbow (Studio track, originally on the soundtrack to the movie Iron Eagle)
02. We Rock (Live B-Side from Rock N Roll Children Single)
03. The Last in Line (Live B-Side from Rock N Roll Children Single)
04. Like the Beat of a Heart (Live B-Side from Hungry For Heaven Single)

Intermission (Live At The Sports Arena San Diego, CA, USA 6th December 1985)
05. King of Rock & Roll
06. Rainbow in the Dark
07. Sacred Heart
08. Time to Burn
09. Rock N Roll Children / Long Live Rock N Roll / Man on the Silver Mountain (Medley)
10. We Rock


The Devil's Rain
The Devil's Rain
Offered by Fulfillment Express
Price: £10.36

4.0 out of 5 stars the Misfits are back!, 31 Mar 2012
This review is from: The Devil's Rain (Audio CD)
or what's left of 'em. The Devil's Rain is the first studio album by the Misfits since 2003's 50's and 60's rockabilly covers album Project 1950. The Devil's Rain and Project 1950 both share one common characteristic. Jerry Only is the sole remaining original Misfit, and it's also the reason I initially passed on this album, but I'm glad I came back and revisited it.
This is not the Misfits of old, and by Misfits of old, I'm referring to the Danzig era. It's somewhat reminiscent to the American Psycho and Famous Monsters albums with less distortion. It's a mish mash of punk and metal, and they pull it off quite well. While no Danzig or Graves, Jerry Only holds his own. No over the top vocals, but he gets the job done. It's a pretty damn good album, in my opinion anyways, but is it a real Misfits album? ehh? I'm leaning more towards no, and I'm guessing that's why there are so many 1 star reviews. It's just not that bad of a record. I suggest you check out some of the tracks below and see for yourself.

My top tracks

The Devil's Rain
Land Of The Dead
Jack The Ripper
Unexplained

Honorable mentions

Vivid Red
Cold Day In Hell
Monkey's Paw
Sleepwalkin'
Death Ray


Live at the National Stadium Dublin [DVD] [2012]
Live at the National Stadium Dublin [DVD] [2012]
Dvd ~ Thin Lizzy
Offered by skyvo-direct
Price: £14.69

3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic release!, 31 Mar 2012
The full 1975 show in Dublin! If you're a hige Lizzy fan like me, you've seen the shoddy quality clips of the few songs from the '75 that were previously out there from whoever taped them back in the 70's, but now we have the full gig beautifully remastered and restored.

Setlist

1. Fighting My Way Back
2. It's Only Money
3. Wild One
4. For Those Who Love To Live
5. Showdown
6. Suicide
7. Rosalie
8. The Rocker
9. Sha La La
10. Still In Love With You

Not only do you get the full '75 gig for a mere 8.99 on amazon uk or 20 bucks here, you get a wide array of extras. The Sun Goes Down Documentary covers the farewell tour, the lighting and all of that stuff, and you get songs within the doc itself. Are You Ready from Belfast 1983 and The Sun Goes Down from Dublin 1983 which we've all seen before. I have this documentary transferred from an old VHS on my computer from when it aired, and it doesn't feature Are You Ready and Cowboy Song, so think of this as an even bigger bonus.

1. Are You Ready?
2. Cowboy Song
3. Baby Please Don't Go
4. The Sun Goes Down

You also get Renegade: The Phil Lynott Story, which covers Phil Lynott's life up until the Renegade album. It's a sort of sitdown interview and it integrates live performances from his solo tour, music videos, and live Lizzy. here is what's integrated. They're not full videos of course.

1. Ode To A Blackman
2. Renegade
3. Whisky In The Jar
4. The Boys Are Back In Town
5. Wild One
6. Yellow Pearl
7. Kings Call
8. Waiting For An Alibi
9. Killer On The Loose
10. Are You Ready?
11. Dear Miss Lonely Hearts
12. The Rocker

A treat to watch, and on top of that, you have even more bonuses to add to the bonuses! Finally, a fully restored version of the Old Town music video from Phil's solo second solo album! Are You Ready and Whisky In The Jar live in 1980 on a music show. Top of The Pops probably. Pick this up at once. It's worth the listed price and more.
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Last In Line
Last In Line
Price: £18.17

7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fine edition of a fine album, 31 Mar 2012
This review is from: Last In Line (Audio CD)
This edition of The Last In Line is remastered by Andy Pearce as are the other Dio 2012 deluxe releases, which means, unlike other Deluxe Editions out there, this one isn't simply a volume bloated re-release. Very fine, clean and detailed sound, but just a tad bright. Disc 2 has some wonderful rare goodies that alone make this worthy of the purchase. The packaging is your standard for these editions, a wonderful foldout digipak and an informative booklet stuffed into one of the open flaps. Highly recommended edition if you have the cash. Tracklist below.

Disc 1 (Original newly remastered album)

01. We Rock
02. The Last In Line
03. Breathless
04. I Speed at Night
05. One Night In The City
06. Evil Eyes
07. Mystery
08. Eat Your Heart Out
09. Egypt (The Chains Are On)

Disc 2

01. Eat Your Heart Out (Live B-Side of Mystery)
02. Don't Talk To Strangers (Live B-Side of Mystery)
03. Holy Diver (Live B-Side We Rock)
04. Rainbow In The Dark (Live B-Side We Rock)

Live At The Pinkpop Festival 1984:
05. One Night In The City
06. We Rock
07. Holy Diver
08. Stargazer
09. Heaven And Hell
10. Rainbow In The Dark
11. Man On The Silver Mountain
12. Don't Talk To Strangers


Holy Diver
Holy Diver
Price: £17.59

9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic deluxe edition, 31 Mar 2012
This review is from: Holy Diver (Audio CD)
This edition of Dio's classic Holy Diver is remastered by Andy Pearce as are the other Dio 2012 deluxe releases, which means, unlike other Deluxe Editions out there, this one isn't simply a volume bloated re-release. Very fine, clean and detailed sound, but just a tad bright. Disc 2 has some wonderful rare goodies that alone make this worthy of the purchase. The packaging is your standard for these editions, a wonderful foldout digipak and an informative booklet stuffed into one of the open flaps. Highly recommended edition if you have the cash. Tracklist below.

Disc 1 (Original newly remastered album)

01. Stand Up and Shout
02. Holy Diver
03. Gypsy" Vivian Campbell
04. Caught in the Middle
05. Don't Talk to Strangers
06. Straight Through the Heart
07. Invisible
08. Rainbow in the Dark
09. Shame on the Night

Disc 2

01. Evil Eyes (studio recording, originally appeared on B-Side to Holy Diver single)
02. Stand Up & Shout (Live B-Side, from the Rainbow in the Dark single)
03. Straight Through the Heart (Live B-Side, from the Rainbow in the Dark single)

King Biscuit Flower Hour, 30th October 1983:
04. Stand Up & Shout
05. Shame on the Night
06. Children of the Sea
07. Holy Diver
08. Rainbow in the Dark
09. Man on the Silver Mountain


Fighting [Deluxe Edition]
Fighting [Deluxe Edition]
Price: £16.93

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great edition of a great album., 31 Mar 2012
This edition sounds quite nice. Another fine remaster job. It's a little bright sounding, at least compared to what I'm used to listening to, but the detail and clarity is amazing. Disc 1 is the original album, and Disc 2 has some great rarities that even I as a Thin Lizzy die hard haven't run across. You get your nice little fold out digipak, but the Deluxe Edition banner is gone. Fooey. You get a 16 page booklet with notes once again written by Malcolm Dome and interview snippets with drummer Brian Downey and the guitarist for the "Classic" era ROBBO! (Brian Robertson) Nothing really with Phil though, so that's a bit of a disappointment. The collage photos behind the text, if that makes sense is a mixture of promo items of that time. Tour posters, the artwork for singles, etc. You also get a gaze at the rejected artwork where the band all have bloody noses and blood coming out from the corner of the mouths. I see why it was rejected. It looks pretty ridiculous. I couldn't help but chuckle. The only error with this edition is the US Mix of Rosalie. It's the standard UK version with a different sound. Still, I couldn't bring myself to knock this down 1 star. Tracklist below.

Disc 1 (Original newly remastered album)

1. Rosalie
2. For Those Who Love To Live
3. Suicide
4. Wild One
5. Fighting My Way Back
6. King's Vengeance
7. Spirit Slips Away
8. Silver Dollar
9. Freedom Song
10. Ballad Of A Hard Man

Disc 2

1. Half Caste (B Side to Rosalie 7")
2. Rosalie (US Album Mix)
3. Half Caste - BBC Session 05/29/1975
4. Rosalie - BBC Session 05/29/1975
5. Suicide - BBC Session 05/29/1975
6. Ballad Of A Hard Man (Unreleased Alternate Take, False start and no vocal)
7. Try A Little Harder (Unreleased)
8. Fighting My Way Back (Unreleased Alternate Take)
9. Song For Jesse (Unreleased, instrumental)
10. Leaving Town (Unreleased)
11. Blues Boy (Unreleased, different take form the Jailbreak deluxe edition)
12. Leaving Town (Unreleased, Acoustic)
13. Spirit Slips Away (Unreleased Alternate Take)
14. Wild One (Unreleased Alternate Take, instrumental)
15. Bryan's Funky Fazer (Silver Dollar) (Unreleased alternate version)


Beyond Magnetic
Beyond Magnetic
Price: £4.99

2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome EP, 31 Jan 2012
This review is from: Beyond Magnetic (Audio CD)
If you're like me and followed the making of Death Magnetic on Mission Metallica, then you couldn't help but be disappointed when Death Magnetic came out. A great album, but there was indeed some really good material left off. Beyond Magnetic fills in the gap. While listening to this EP, I couldn't help but say to myself, "ooh I remember that!" and I'm sure you'll find yourself doing the same. The four previously unreleased Death Magnetic tracks are here in the same horrible Death Magnetic production. Look out for Rebel Of Babylon, it can get a bit thrashy. And if anyone is wondering where "Shine" is, it's re-titled Just A Bullet Away.


Live At The BBC Boxset
Live At The BBC Boxset

72 of 74 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A great boxset., 9 Nov 2011
This review is from: Live At The BBC Boxset (Audio CD)
This box set, it rules. The only gripes I really have are that of a few missing things, or things that should have been included. The Hammersmith 81 show is missing Don't Believe A Word. I have a great radio recording of this show and it was a fine performance. Shame it's not included. The Regal 83 gig, which is a bonus show on the Live And Dangerous DVD is featured here along with the audio with extra tracks from the show, as well as the Rainbow 78 gig which is in fact the Live And Dangerous DVD. The only gripe is Cowboy Song? It's out there, I've seen it. Why not include it in here? Many of the recordings have already been previously released in some form or fashion or have been floating around as bootlegs, but there are a multitude of rarities contained in this set that only the hardest of hardcore Lizzy fans may have seen or heard of, or even known of their existence. And just to point this out, this set is not a victim to the loudness war. Yipee! They could have thrown some more television appearances on the DVD but eh. I can't complain. Tracklist of all the discs below.

Disc 1: Sessions 1971-1973

Look What The Wind Just Blew In (Sounds of The Seventies - 7/7/1971)
Return of the Farmer's Son (Sounds of The Seventies - 7/7/1971)
Whiskey in the Jar (John Peel Session - 11/14/1972)
Suicide (John Peel Session - 11/14/1972)
Black Boys on the Corner (John Peel Session - 11/14/1972)
Saga of the Ageing Orphan (John Peel Session - 11/14/1972)
Vagabond of the Western World (John Peel Session - 7/31/1973)
Gonna Creep Up on You (John Peel Session - 7/31/1973)
Little Girl in Bloom (John Peel Session - 7/31/1973)
Randolph's Tango (John Peel Session - 8/6/1973)
The Rocker (John Peel Session - 8/6/1973)
Slow Blues (John Peel Session - 8/6/1973)
Randolph's Tango (Bob Harris Session - 8/29/1973)
Little Girl In Bloom (Bob Harris Session - 8/29/1973)
The Rocker (Bob Harris Session - 8/29/1973)

Disc 2: Sessions 1974

Little Girl in Bloom (Rock On Session - 2/25/1974)
Little Darling (Rock On Session - 2/25/1974)
Showdown (Rock On Session - 2/25/1974)
Sitamoia (Bob Harris Session - 3/6/1974)
Little Darling (Bob Harris Session - 3/6/1974)
Slow Blues (Bob Harris Session - 3/6/1974)
Showdown (Bob Harris Session - 3/6/1974)
It's Only Money (John Peel Session - 4/4/1974)
Little Darling (John Peel Session - 4/4/1974)
Still in Love with You (John Peel Session - 4/4/1974)
Black Boys on the Corner (John Peel Session - 4/4/1974)
Sitamoia (John Peel Session - 4/4/1974)
She Knows (John Peel Session - 10/4/1974)
It's Only Money (John Peel Session - 10/4/1974)
Sha La La (John Peel Session - 10/4/1974)
Philomena (John Peel Session - 10/4/1974)

Disc 3: Sessions 1974-1977

Dear Heart (Bob Harris Session - 10/23/1974)
Banshee (Bob Harris Session - 10/23/1974)
Half Caste (John Peel Session - 5/29/1975)
Rosalie (John Peel Session - 5/29/1975)
Suicide (John Peel Session - 5/29/1975)
Emerald (John Peel Session - 2/12/1976)
Warriors (John Peel Session - 2/12/1976)
Cowboy Song (John Peel Session - 2/12/1976)
Jailbreak (John Peel Session - 2/12/1976)
Don't Believe a Word (John Peel Session - 9/23/1976)
Johnny (John Peel Session - 9/23/1976)
Fools Gold (John Peel Session - 9/23/1976)
Johnny the Fox Meets Jimmy the Weed (John Peel Session - 9/23/1976)
Killer Without a Cause (John Peel Session - 8/1/1977)
Bad Reputation (John Peel Session - 8/1/1977)
That Woman's Gonna Break Your Heart (John Peel Session - 8/1/1977)
Dancing in the Moonlight (It's Caught Me in Its Spotlight) (John Peel Session - 8/1/1977)
Downtown Sundown (John Peel Session - 8/1/1977)

Disc 4: In Concert 1973-1974

The Rocker (Live @ Golders Green Hippodrome, London - 7/26/1973)
Things Ain't Working Out Down At the Farm (Live @ Golders Green Hippodrome, London - 7/26/1973)
Slow Blues (Live @ Golders Green Hippodrome, London - 7/26/1973)
Gonna Creep Up On You (Live @ Golders Green Hippodrome, London - 7/26/1973)
Suicide (Live @ Golders Green Hippodrome, London - 7/26/1973)
She Knows (Live @ Golders Green Hippodrome, London - 11/27/1974)
It's Only Money (Live @ Golders Green Hippodrome, London - 11/27/1974)
Still in Love with You (Live @ Golders Green Hippodrome, London - 11/27/1974)
Showdown (Live @ Golders Green Hippodrome, London - 11/27/1974)
Rock `N' Roll with You (Live @ Golders Green Hippodrome, London - 11/27/1974)
Baby Drives Me Crazy (Live @ Golders Green Hippodrome, London - 11/27/1974)

Disc 5: Live at the Hammersmith Odeon, London - 11/27/1981

Angel of Death
Renegade
Hollywood (Down on Your Luck)
The Pressure Will Blow
Killer on the Loose
The Boys Are Back in Town
Are You Ready
Baby Drives Me Crazy
Emerald

Disc 6: Live at the Regal Theatre, Hitchin, U.K. - 1/26/1983

Introduction
Jailbreak
This is the One
Cold Sweat
The Sun Goes Down
The Holy War
The Boys Are Back in Town
Rosalie
Baby Please Don't Go
Still in Love with You
Dancing in the Moonlight (It's Caught Me in Its Spotlight)
Baby Drives Me Crazy

Disc 7: DVD

Live at The Rainbow Theatre, London - 3/29/1978
The Boys Are Back in Town
Emerald
Dancing in the Moonlight (It's Caught Me in Its Spotlight)
Massacre
Still in Love With You
Don't Believe a Word
Are You Ready
Sha La La
Baby Drives Me Crazy
Me and the Boys

Live at the Regal Theatre, Hitchin, U.K. - 1/26/1983
Jailbreak
This Is The One
Cold Sweat
The Sun Goes Down
The Holy War
The Boys Are Back in Town
Rosalie
Baby Please Don't Go

Top Of The Pops

Whiskey in the Jar (Live on Top of the Pops - 2/1/1973)
Jailbreak (Live on Top of the Pops - 7/29/1976)
Don't Believe a Word (Live on Top of the Pops - 7/29/1976)
Dancing in the Moonlight (Live on Top of the Pops - 8/11/1977)
Dancing in the Moonlight (Live on Top of the Pops - 8/25/1977)
Rosalie/Cowgirl's Song (Live on Top of the Pops - 5/11/1978)
Rosalie/Cowgirl's Song (Live on Top of the Pops - 6/22/1978)
Waiting for an Alibi (Live on Top of the Pops - 3/1/1979)
Sarah (Live on Top of the Pops - 11/1/1979)
Chinatown (Live on Top of the Pops - 5/29/1980)
Are You Ready (Live on Top of the Pops, 4/30/1981)
Are You Ready (Live on Top of the Pops - 5/14/1981)

The Old Grey Whistle Test

Back on the Streets (Live on The Old Grey Whistle Test, 1/9/1979)
Don't Believe a Word (Live on The Old Grey Whistle Test, 1/9/1979)
Ode to a Black Man (Live on The Old Grey Whistle Test - 4/11/1981)
Somebody Else's Dream (Live on The Old Grey Whistle Test - 4/11/1981)

Bonus

Renegade (Live on Three of a Kind - 1/1/1982) [DVD lists it as 1983, and is not possible as Snowy was no longer in the band]
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Lulu
Lulu
Offered by Springwood Media
Price: £2.75

5 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Not as bad as they say it is., 1 Nov 2011
This review is from: Lulu (Audio CD)
As a fan of both Metallica, Lou Reed & The Velvet Underground, I find it baffling to see all these one star reviews. I'm not by any means saying this album should be praised as masterpiece with an abundance of 5 star reviews, but come on. The drums on this album sound great! Big fat drums. Just the way they should have sounded on Death Magnetic. Old Mr. Ulrich really steps his game up on this one. Lou Reed sounds fine. The people who say that he can't sing, well of course he can't! He never truly sung in his entire career, BUT, I will say he does sound like an angry old grandpa at times. Particularly in "Frustration", which starts up with a kind of creepy carnival/a clown is going to come out of the corner and murder you type atmosphere, he screams "I WANT YOU AS MY WIFE". I can't help but chuckle a bit, but the big riff in that one saves it for me.

Brandenburg Gate starts out with a nice little acoustic intro, then Lou Reed hits you with a "I would cut my legs and tits off when I think of Boris Karloff and Kinski". A nice laid back song with some nice riffing in there.

The View contains the now legendary, "I AM THE TABLE", from James Hetfield. His vocals are improving, and it shows on this track. A bit repetitive, but the last 1 minute and 30 seconds or so redeems this track for me. Too much crash cymbal though Lars, Jesus.

Mistress Dread must have been the song they were talking about when they said there would be some stuff on here that sounded like Master of Puppets, and indeed it does. It sounds very reminiscent to Disposable Heroes, but faster and with Lou Reed on vocals.

Iced Honey might just be my favorite from the album. It should have been released as the single as opposed to The View. It's a somewhat mellow rocker with a riff that will just stick in your head.

Dragon is another one of the tracks with just a big, fat, heavy, mean riff. The intro is just too long. I mean about 2 and a half minutes long, but when it kicks in, phew. It's great.

The closer, Junior Dad, is another one of the tracks I really enjoy. A very beautiful sounding song, reminiscent of The Unforgiven III which I feel could have been cut by about 8 minutes of orchestra as it's merely 8 minutes of orchestra , but hey, this is Lou Reed's album and he loves those long ass songs. The true new Metallica album is being written as we speak, according to Robert Trujillo, so don't you worry Metallica fans.

In closing, although this album isn't perfect, I found it to be quite enjoyable. I urge you to actually listen to this album before buying into all these 1 star reviews as they're mostly from angry Metallica fans trashing on Lou Reed. Yes I want the new album too but lighten up. You might not enjoy it as much as I did, but if you like music in general, there's bound to be something here you'd like.

Top track picks
1. Iced Honey
2. Frustration
3. Dragon
4. Junior Dad


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