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Expectational Dilution


There isn’t too much to say for this one. Overcast first released this one many moons ago (1994) and made everyone stand up and take notice. Now they have remastered (though Jimmy Page is nowhere to be seen on the credits) and remixed those songs. The re-release is on their new home label, Edison. This is metal core with the emphasis on metal. The original eight songs are joined by four older songs that are fair but lack any kind of production value. Christians will not sleep well when Overcast is in town. Nor will goats. Edison, P.O. Box 42586 Philadelphia, PA 19101-2586

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