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Dead Set is a live album by the Grateful Dead. It was released in August 1981 on Arista. The album contains live material recorded between September and October 1980 at the Warfield Theatre in San Francisco and Radio City Music Hall in New York. Original CD pressings omitted the track "Space" so the entire album could fit on one CD. However, "Space" was included when the album was later rereleased as part of the 2004 Beyond Description box set, as well as on one CD in 2006.
Deadweight is the second studio album by American metalcore band Wage War. It was released on August 4, 2017 by Fearless Records. It is also the first album to have lead vocalist Briton Bond do clean vocals alongside Cody Quistad on the songs Never Enough and Gravity. Johnny Cash" and "Gravity" have since been re-released as stripped-down versions. The stripped-down versions don't appear on the album but are non-album singles.
Band Name Wage War. Album Name Deadweight. 版公司 Fearless Records.
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Album title ‘Deadweight‘ comes in for the sixth track – this is the track where the audience will be told ‘I want to see every one of you jumping when this one kicks in!’. Or maybe not – I’m just saying, it’s likely. The chorus pulls off the difficult task of sing-along-unclean vocals, before jumping into a double time second verse. It’s tricks like this that Wage use to keep their tracks unique and fresh, while not quite re-inventing the metalcore formula. Is this album as good as Blueprints? Only time will tell – Blueprints has the advantage of time, and the surprise of a new band that rocked that hard (plus the cough break in The River is hard to beat). But Deadweight definitely holds its own, and has a legion of tracks which I’m keen to hear on their upcoming tour for sure. WAGE WAR – Deadweight tracklisting.