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 Also in 2005, Jimmy formed an outfit called [[Jupiter VI]] along with Brian Khairullah, Trevor Shannon, Mike Reed, and Tiberius Ahan. This band provided an outlet for Jimmy to express his love for glam rock, cited influences from Bowie, T-Rex, DA, Iggy Pop and others from the genre. They released two albums: //Back From Mars// in 2006 and //Moveable Walls// in 2014. Also in 2005, Jimmy formed an outfit called [[Jupiter VI]] along with Brian Khairullah, Trevor Shannon, Mike Reed, and Tiberius Ahan. This band provided an outlet for Jimmy to express his love for glam rock, cited influences from Bowie, T-Rex, DA, Iggy Pop and others from the genre. They released two albums: //Back From Mars// in 2006 and //Moveable Walls// in 2014.
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 +[[Jimmy P. Brown II]] has made several references to Queensrÿche throughout his career in Deliverance,​ not the least of which is the band name itself, taken from the title to track 3 on Queensrÿche'​s 1984 album, //The Warning//. Jimmy has never been bashful about honoring other musicians who have influenced him greatly. Along with his true musical heroes, David Bowie and [[Terry Scott Taylor]], there is no question that Jimmy'​s greatest band influence will always be Queensrÿche.
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 +Other references include:
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 +  * "Lord of Dreams",​ track 7 from their 1992 album, //Stay of Execution// contains the lyric "dream control is so hard to achieve, mastered through some evil scheme"​. This is a direct reference to Queensrÿche'​s 1990 super hit "​Silent Lucidity"​ from the album //Empire// (where the lyrics say "if you persist in your efforts, you can achieve Dream Control"​). Both the Deliverance and Queensrÿche songs are dealing with dreams.
 +  * "​Renew,"​ track 5 from their 1993 album, //Learn//, contains the phrase, "Even dead you still seem sad," a reference to the line "Even in death you still look sad" from "​Electric Requiem",​ track 10 from Queensrÿche'​s 1988 album //​Operation:​ Mindcrime//​.
 +  * "Stay of Execution"​ track 1 from their 1992 album //Stay of Execution//,​ includes a sound effect of a phone ringing twice followed by someone saying "​Hello?,"​ a reference to the beginning of "​Operation:​ Mindcrime",​ track 4 from Queensrÿche'​s 1988 album, //​Operation:​ Mindcrime//​.
 +  * "Speed of Light",​ track 5 from their 1994 album, //River Disturbance//,​ contains the phrase, "Until we see your shadow casting on us once again,"​ a reference to the line, "Oh let me see you standing in the shadows once again" from "​London",​ track 9 from Queensrÿche'​s 1986 album, //Rage for Order//.
 +  * "​Assimilation",​ track 3 from their 2001 album of the same name contains the phrase, "​Screaming In Digital,"​ a reference to the song title of track 10 from Queensrÿche'​s 1986 album, //Rage for Order//.
 +  * The cover art for //Hear What I Say!// (2013) is stylistically similar to the cover art for Queensrÿche'​s //​Operation:​ Mindcrime//​. Further, the title is synonymous with "hey, listen to me!", a phrase heard in "​Speak"​ from //​Operation:​ Mindcrime//​.
  
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   - The Subversive Kind   - The Subversive Kind
   - The Fold   - The Fold
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 +==== Compilation Appearances ====
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 +//​**California Metal**// (1987 [[Regency Records]])\\
 + 05) A Space Called You (3:51)\\
 + 08) Attack (3:44)
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 +//**I Predict a Clone - A Steve Taylor Tribute**// 1994 [[R.E.X. Music]])\\
 + 08) On the Fritz (3:38 )
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 +//**Rock - The Brainstorm Rock Collection**//​ (1994 [[Brainstorm Artists International]])\\
 + 10) I Thought
  
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