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Sounds tastey

Pain had probably one of the most unique sounds ever and will never be reproduced. Plus, everyone remembers the Jabberjaw Running Under Water music video that was played non-stop on Cartoon Network back in the day. But, check out Full Speed Ahead, The Comeback, and their other albums in order to get a real feel for how awesome their music is.

Clarification for hotdogman

"Chris Gets Up On It!" is included because it is the 50 seconds that immediately precede the live version of "The Man Upstairs", i.e. sequential tracks from the same show. The reason it "doesn't seem to fit" is because the gap at the end of track 5 and at the beginning of track 6 breaks up the flow to where one might not even notice they are sequential parts of the show. Someone uploading the tracks got a little sloppy and apparently ripped these two tracks from a CD-R of a CD-R of a CD-R - God knows how many generations, and the accumulated burning errors led to the gaps. Enough jibberjabber[jaw]; how do I fix this, Jon? Simple, sort of: access "get info" for each track by ctrl+clicking on the song (that's how you do it on a Mac; peecee peeps just right-click). Click on the Options tab so you can change the start and stop times. Set track five's stop time to 0:50.256 and set track six's start time to 0:01.977. You can set the album to gapless after this, but it seems to work without that step. This single is legendary amongst Pain fans, so it's great to see the rerelease. Minor quabbles: this rerelease was supposed to come with videos and pictures, which apparently didn't happen. Boo. If you are penny-pinching, Full Speed Ahead [Battleship Version] and the White Recluse Demo aren't essential since they are so similar to the versions on the Full Speed Ahead album.

Third best thing to come out of Alabama

1. Tommy Shaw 2. Alabama football 3. Pain & Jabberjaw

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