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Odd Fellows Rest

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Despite the change in labels, Crowbar's fifth album differs only imperceptibly from past releases -- Odd Fellows Rest is as thick and slow as molasses, with titles like "...And Suffer as One," "December's Spawn" and "Behind the Black Horizon" clear tip-offs that the group takes itself way too seriously.
© Jason Ankeny /TiVo

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Intro
00:01:25

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Planets Collide
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...and Suffer As One
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1000 Year Internal War
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To Carry the Load
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December's Spawn
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It's All In the Gravity
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Behind the Black Horizon
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New Man Born
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Scattered Pieces Lay
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Odd Fellows Rest
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On Frozen Ground
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Remember Tomorrow
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Despite the change in labels, Crowbar's fifth album differs only imperceptibly from past releases -- Odd Fellows Rest is as thick and slow as molasses, with titles like "...And Suffer as One," "December's Spawn" and "Behind the Black Horizon" clear tip-offs that the group takes itself way too seriously.
© Jason Ankeny /TiVo

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