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Waiting for the Punchline is Extreme's fourth album, which was released in 1995. It is known by fans as a distinctively raw sounding record - especially when compared to the big production of the two previous albums - with a significant influence from grunge, while still showcasing guitarist Nuno Bettencourt's talents. Due to its lyrics focused heavily on social matters (ranging from religion to fame) it is often cited as a concept album.
Labels Forbidden Path Musick. Music StyleDeath Metal. Members owning this album1. 1. Grotesque Deformity. 2. The Hypocritical Stench. Perverse Dissection. 4. River of Dead Bodies. 5. The Crown of Deception. 6. Inverted Thoughts. 7. Mutilate Thy Self. 10. All This Bleeding.
The Hypocritical Stench Lyrics. Album (Studio full-length). Forbidden Path Musick. The Hypocritical Stench Lyrics
For the album by The Dogg, see The Deception (album). Studio album by The Colourfield. Deception was much less successful than its predecessor Virgins and Philistines, and only reached in the UK. It was promoted by two singles both cover versions. The first "Running Away" a cover of the Sly and the Family Stone hit made the second single "She" (originally performed by The Monkees) didn't chart at all. In 2010, the album along with Virgins and Philistines was re-released on CD in the UK by Cherry Red records additional with bonus tracks. All tracks written by Terry Hall and Toby Lyons, except as indicated.
The Stench of Deception. On a banner outside its Texas headquarters, Enron Corp. boasted to be the world’s leading company -just as America brags about being the world’s leading country. Is Enron’s sudden flameout a type of the prophesied economic collapse of America?