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Drowning Pool
Drowning Pool
Genre: Metal
  •  Track Listings (10) - Disc #1


CD Details

All Artists: Rumbledog
Title: Drowning Pool
Members Wishing: 4
Total Copies: 0
Label: Mirror
Original Release Date: 2/21/1995
Re-Release Date: 5/1/1995
Genre: Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
Other Editions: Drowning Pool
UPC: 757112002025

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CD Reviews

Not Bad For Being In The Used CD Bin
Wes "The Music Reviewer" Imel | Lapeer, MI | 11/19/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I shop at this used cd/book store quite often. I have seen this cd on the shelf for over a year. I decided to pick it up and look at the track listing; where I saw they did a cover of the song Black Betty. I had an extra $2 and picked it up. Its not a bad cd by any means. I've heard better, but I've also heard worse. My favorite songs are of course the cover of Black Betty, Some Other Day, and Don't Breathe The Air"
Album-Drowning Pool Artist-Rumbledog
Headbanger By Nature | Left Coast | 10/02/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Drowning Pool (although a great band) Have absalutly nothing to do with this disc. Drowning Pool's Sinner came out in 2001 Rumbledog released the ST debut in 1993 and The Drowning Pool in 1995. So instead of dissing Rumbledog you need to Dis Drowning Pool for stealing the name. Anyone who did get this and liked it should look into the ST debut and any and all Dirty Looks you can find. Also look into Burning orange Taar. Anyone who loves Dirty Looks and was interested in Rumbledog, they are not the same. This is still a great disc and Rumbledog are a great band but this is NOT Cool From The Wire or Turn Of The Screw. If you liked Slave To The Machine or Rip It Out you should enjoy either of Rumbledogs releases. Anyone that likes 80's Hard Rock or Ac/Dc around the Dirty Deeds-High Voltage era should look into DIRTY LOOKS! They are by far my Favorite band and have been since around 1989 when I discovered Cool From The Wire. I done everything I can think of to grow my collection from then. Don't stop with the 3 listed CD's. They are all great. I even have I Want More, In Your Face and the self titled idependant releases. Cool From The Wire, Turn Of The Screw, Five Easy Pieses, Bootlegs, One Bad Leg, Chewing On The Bit, Rip It Out, Slave To The Machine, Rumbledog-Rumbledog, Rumbledog-Drowning Pool, & Burning Orange-Taar close out my collection.
Rumbledog - descendent of Dirty Looks.
Headbanger By Nature | 11/30/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)

"A hard to find CD, fronted by ex-Dirty Looks vocalist Henrik Ostergaard. Jassen Wilber supplies the bass.Some change of direction following Dirty Looks. If you want another sleaze classic like Cool From The Wire then this ain't it. But what you do have are competent musicians executing a good, solid album following the changes in rock throughout the early nineties and there should be something in here for Dirty Looks fans who are willing to listen.Shall I give Drowning Pool's albums 1 star now for not being Rumbledog? Mmmmm. . ."