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Wow! No one recognizes a raging work of metal genius?! So sad! It is a poor reflection on the tastes of the music buying public when neuter homogenized pablum is rewarded with mega bucks and super stardom while music of real grit and substance and meaning goes unheralded but to a select few of the metal faithful .

And itunes - where is the two preceding albums which form one of the heaviest one two punches in the history of heavy rock?! And where is a Rhino to rescue those from oblivion and restore them in re-mastered expanded editions!

A tragic undeserved fate for a band so good it hurts to see them go so unknown!

As to the album at hand - just check out their genius reworking of a Monkees song into a metal masterwork! Just take that in for a moment - a Monkees song as a head tripping heavy cinder block of heavy metal joy! Impressive and daring!

If you like heavy metal or just good heavy hard rocking music, then you owe it too yourself to check out Trouble! You can thank me later! Ha-ha!

Raging metal

Like black sabbath with whaling guitars and more rage

So happy there is more

This stuff rocks! I'm wondering why it's not related to 'Manic Frustration' the groups previous offering, and also 'Simple Mind Condition' (the one after this)? Three trouble albums that are so great, I'm not kidding.


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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