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A True Classic!!

When I purchased this the first time as a senior in high school it was a revelation. I had seen the video on TV for Ride and bought the cd because it. This cd is just plain fun. The elements of doom, funk, psychodelia, massive guitars, cookie monster vocals, and irreverance are seemlessly blended. What kind of band can take a song like 'Enter the Worms' and make you grin from ear to ear? Cathedral hit the nail on the head with this great cd. Needless to say I played that cd till it would play no more. You have to buy this....it's a classic. One great song after another.

Aahh, the memories..

This is STILL my favorite Cathedral album. It was my first and still my favorite. Good jams here.

Biography

Formed: 1990

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

It's universally agreed that the originators of the doom metal genre are Black Sabbath, but there were several bands of the '80s/early '90s that kept the style alive (during Sabbath's "lean years"), such as Saint Vitus, Trouble, Candlemass, and, especially, the U.K.-based Cathedral. When singer Lee Dorrian jumped ship from grindcore godfathers Napalm Death during the late '80s, he sought to form a new outfit that would focus on the plodding sounds of Sabbath, rather than the all-out assault of his...
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