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The Hookers

700 Black Visions Of Crimson Wisdom by The Hookers

Black Visions Of Crimson Wisdom

Scooch Pooch
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Adam Neal, Noel Reucroft
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Call it punk, call it metal, either way the 1999 album Black Visions of Crimson Wisdom by The Hookers is high energy shock to the system

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The 1999 album Black Visions of Crimson Wisdom by The Hookers is a loud, pummeling rock record that draws influence from the New Wave of British Heavy Metal as well as '80s hardcore and punk. Guitar riffs that would sound at home on Iron Maiden or Judas Priest albums rip while a thundering rhythm section propels the band with hardcore energy, keeping the songs short and tight and the album under thirty minutes. That turns out to be the right move, as the pummeling sound of the band never lets up, and lead singer Adam Neal has one gear - full-throat-shredding-throttle.

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Songs in this episode

  • Intro - Maximum Overdrive
  • 19:03 - Behold God's Candy
  • 23:38 - Black Magic Stallion
  • 27:10 - The End Is Comin'
  • 47:09 - Ride The Dragon To The Crimson Light
  • Outro - Ball Crusher Love Machine

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