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Prong - Prove You Wrong (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Official Album, EP, Single, and Video Skinny Puppy Releases. BACK AND FORTH. It is unclear if this is the same calendar that was included in some copies of the "Bites" vinyl LP in x CS Nettwerk 12 NTWK C12 CA. xCS Nettwerk /Important US.
  2. The EP was comprised of five remixes from the Prove You Wrong album: introducing a heavier groove and experiments in electronics that gave rise to their best known and best selling work: juzpcreamthencatchzenbackmulcidefenquafon.coinfo keyboardist John Bechdel and former Killing Joke bassist Paul Raven, Cleansing cemented Prong’s position as a mainstream metal mainstay. The album’s single “Snap Your Fingers Snap Your.
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  4. item 4 Prove You Wrong by Prong (CD, Sep, Epic) ORIG THRASH METAL HARD ROCK - Prove You Wrong by Prong (CD, Sep, Epic) ORIG THRASH .
  5. Label: Epic - EPC 1,Epic - 1 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Thrash, Groove Metal, Industrial Metal, Alternative Rock Prong - Prove You Wrong (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(63).
  6. Prove You Wrong is the third album by the heavy metal band Prong. It is their only album with Troy Gregory on bass guitar. The album includes a cover of " (Get A) Grip (On Yourself) ", originally by The Stranglers.
  7. Limited edition gram coloured & numbered vinyl. 'Prove You Wrong' was released in , and turned heads worldwide with its more melodic approach to Prong's formula of hardhitting industrial Hardcore Thrash Metal. The album yielded two singles: 'Unconditional' and 'Pointless'.
  8. Limited edition, first numbered copies on gram purple marbled vinyl. Insert included. Prove You Wrong was released in , and turned heads worldwide with its more melodic approach to Prong's formula of hardhitting industrial hardcore thrash metal. The album .
  9. On Prove You Wrong Prong began to allow a little more melody to trickle into their depressing urban noisescapes, but the album lacks some of the spark which made the band's breakthrough, Beg to Differ, so surprising. The trio gets right down to business with brutal opener "Irrelevant Thoughts," its tribal drumming and supersonic guitar effects literally stomping on the listener's brain.

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