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No More Color
No More Color
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
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2003 reissue of transitional album from 1989 which reveals Coroner's incredible technical proficiency to the experiments which began their breaking away from the limitations of thrash metal, both musically and lyrically...  more »


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All Artists: Coroner
Title: No More Color
Members Wishing: 4
Total Copies: 0
Label: Noise
Release Date: 4/8/2003
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
Styles: Progressive, Progressive Metal, Thrash & Speed Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
Other Editions: No More Color
UPC: 823107411025


Album Description
2003 reissue of transitional album from 1989 which reveals Coroner's incredible technical proficiency to the experiments which began their breaking away from the limitations of thrash metal, both musically and lyrically. 8 tracks. Noise Records.

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darkfather | Warnbro, Western Australia Australia | 03/25/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Back in the eighties the critics loved them, fellow musicians raved about them, they were called the Rush of thrash and they blew away bands like Slayer and Metallica. It never helped them achieve the following they deserved. If they do have any form of a cult following it would be based around Tommy T Baron's sensational guitar work which by the way reaches it's apex on this album. It's progressive it's technical but it's catchy it has songs that generally clock in around 4 minutes. Coroner is exemplified by the song D.O.A absolutely stunning stuff. Music lovers know a metal band has never been as underated as Coroner."
Coroner : "No More Color Tour 1990 / Live In East Berlin"
Masked Jackal | Ft. Lauderdale, FL United States | 06/28/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I can't believe I actually found this. I've been a Coroner fan since the first sight of the MTV video "Masked Jackal" back when HB Ball was a late 80's early 90's ritual. That was the only thing I've ever seen Coroner do to promote themselves until now... What a find!!!!This is one of the most impressive live shows I've ever seen. The guys are in top form here, and the musicanship is practically flawless. The one guy who really stands out{to no surprise}is master guitarist Tommy T. Baron. This guy shreads like no other, and he doesn't disappoint live either. After seeing this, I'd have to say he's one of the most talented guitarist in the world today. That's no lie either, he's that good...On with the show!!!This must have been recorded during some kind of festival because it's certainly a festival crowd, and a festival stage. It's bigger than I expected. EXCELLENT!!!The set consists of songs from each Coroner release, but with "No More Color" being the main focus. It's really a very good song list, and I wouldn't change anything about it. The songs all flow together great, and they give you the mixed variety as well...What really stuck out was the uniqueness that Coroner displays live. They really play tight, and Tommy Baron's axe work will make you're jaw drop. This is one incredible live performance IMO, and I'm just in shock that I ever found this. This is something I've been wanting to see since 1990, and here we are over 10 years later!!!....WOW!!!!!!!!!!I'm in Coroner heaven now!!!CORONER RULES!!!"
A tight album
sauerkraut | 12/16/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Comprised of eight tracks, No More Color--the third full-length album from Coroner--was released in 1989. The material is in a metal musical direction with progressive leanings. I find the musicianship to be accomplished, the songwriting to be solid, and the sound quality to be satisfying. When it comes to the guitar work, Tommy T. Baron does not displease; his playing is proficient, and his solos are precise and smooth. I think that Ron Royce is a distinctive, likeable vocalist. The drumming from Marquis Marky is skillful. The group's musical arrangements and the compositions' shifting tempos are also enjoyable. My favorite cuts are "Read My Scars," "Tunnel of Pain," and "Last Entertainment." The energy-filled "Read My Scars" sports nice guitar riffs from Baron and a hard-driving, pleasing refrain--Marky's bass drum work on the refrain is magnetic. The kinetic "Tunnel of Pain" is invigorating, while the well-crafted, lively "Last Entertainment" is memorable; this track contains an interesting-sounding keyboard line, gratifying guitar work from Baron, and a spoken word recitation from Marky. The CD booklet includes most of the song lyrics, and the back of the CD jewel case displays a photo of the band. The CD is just over 34 minutes. This is a recommendable album."