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How to Make Friends
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
The follow up to 1992's 'Formaldehyde' saw the band head in a much more melodic direction. The dark undertones are still present on this album ('Pretend Best Friend', 'Time 'O The Signs') as are the metallic riffing but th... more »
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The follow up to 1992's 'Formaldehyde' saw the band head in a much more melodic direction. The dark undertones are still present on this album ('Pretend Best Friend', 'Time 'O The Signs') as are the metallic riffing but the vocal lines contain gruff and accessible hooks. No-brainer pop-rock single 'Oblivion' is also included and adds to the mainstream feel of the album. 13 total tracks. Vegas. 2005.
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