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beautifully depressing!

One of the best unplugged albums. So polished and a unknown gem that many are missing out on. Trouble has been around for 25 or more years and releasing consistant and solid records. All are good and this one shows how great they are together with the great Eric wagner. They never get the recognition they truly deserve. People just do not get it sometimes. Too bad considering how deep and thought-out their songs are. They stand for a positive message and songs about the trials of life. the choices we make and our true beliefs. They were doom metals finest with "psalm 9" and "The Skull" in the early eighties. But there is much more to Trouble than people really know and this album is a real triumph and the last for Eric and his great voice. Check out "Simple Mind condition", "Plastic Green Head" and "Manic Frustration" plus new stuff with Korey on vocals" Live in L.A." from the ex Warrior Soul vocalist. They are set to release a new album soon. They just keep releasing great records, "Victim of the Insane Demos and Rarities" is great and rare too if you can find it! They re- released their vinyl also, so they are much easier to get on both cd and vinyl now.


One of the best unplugged albums I've heard in awhile love it def pick it up. Great great sound!


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s

At a time when heavy metal was moving forward faster than ever, thanks to the advent and growing popularity of thrash metal, Chicago's Trouble embodied a nostalgic throwback to the genre's old-school, '70s values -- and specifically a preference for the deliberate, slow-creeping style of the genre's founding fathers, Black Sabbath, which, in the able hands of Trouble and California's similarly backward-gazing Saint Vitus, came to be known as doom metal. Unfortunately, neither band, nor their few...
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