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Number One
Number One
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
  •  Track Listings (12) - Disc #1

All New Material. Tracks Include: Parole, Gey Flopp, Turbulant, Eight Sides, My Feet and More.


CD Details

All Artists: Pist-On
Title: Number One
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Atlantic / Wea
Release Date: 8/12/1997
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 075671110228, 090861110222, 090861110246, 5016583121129


Album Details
All New Material. Tracks Include: Parole, Gey Flopp, Turbulant, Eight Sides, My Feet and More.

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Pist On - 'Number One' (Atlantic/WEA)
Mike Reed | USA | 05/02/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Had forgot all about this CD,until I happen to come across it in an old box of cassettes,CD's,etc.First of just two(2)titles the band had released.Musically speaking,'Number One' is in a more goth/metal direction;partially due to the fact that Josh Silver(Type O Negative's keyboardist)had produced this opus.I believe I even saw these guys out on this very tour.I remember running across plenty of patrons who really dug Pist On as a 'new and upcoming' band with a future.Never did hear much from them after this record.Line-up:Henry Font-guitar&vocals,Paul Poulos-lead guitar,Val Lum-bass&vocals and Danny Jam Kavadlo-drums.Might appeal to fans of Danzig,Cannibal Corpse,X-Cops and Life Of Agony."
As rare as it is good, a gem in the dirt
Senseofrage | Phoenix AZ | 08/06/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Not many people have ever heard of this band, much less this album. Definately worth the five stars, it stands out among its peers of its time Chains' Dirt or Korn's self title. Not that I am likening it to just another grunge album or Korn spinoff; it stands out like those albums did in their time as a pinnacle of the best of what music had to offer in its day. Pist-On took what it had learned from the last two decades and made something as angry as it was raw, as powerful as it was tight. Songs like Shoplifters of the World Unite, demonstrate a serious artist with serious ablility doesn't always take itself too seriously. Other songs like I am No One capture the kind of mood other bands like Fuel and Staind could never really do later, because it captures the mood without sounding like its whining and complaining, something I can't stand in a lot of more recent stuff. Somewhat lost in an era between then and now, you will be hard pressed to find it in your local record store, but don't pass it up if you do."