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 Speed/​Thrash Metal\\ Speed/​Thrash Metal\\
 Los Angeles, California, USA Los Angeles, California, USA
 +
 +Deliverance is an American Christian thrash metal band which later shifted more towards heavy metal and progressive metal. Founded by [[Jimmy P. Brown II]] in 1985, many members have either stayed in the lineup for a number of years, or left and returned to the lineup. [[Jimmy P. Brown II]] has been the only constant member of Deliverance.
 +
 +Deliverance formed in 1985 as a speed metal outfit, where the Christian metal community first encountered them on the compilation album //​California Metal//. They released their self-titled debut album //​Deliverance//​ in 1989 with [[Jimmy P. Brown II]] (guitars and lead vocals), Glenn Rogers (lead guitar), Brian Khairullah (bass), and Chris Hyde (drums). In 1989, Deliverance'​s track "If You Will" from their self-titled album appeared on //Hot Metal Summer II// along with a recorded interview.
 +
 +Deliverance garnered significant attention in the Christian metal community with their 1990 release //Weapons of Our Warfare//. During this time, the band replaced guitarist Glenn Rogers with George Ochoa. Deliverance released a video on MTV for the title track of //​Weapons//​. The track was also included on Intense Records compilation album //Hot Metal Summer III Hot Licks - Cold Facts//.
 +
 +During the production of their third album, //What a Joke//, Brian Khairullah and Chris Hyde were replaced with Mike Grato and Kevin Lee respectively. The album did not perform as well, and tensions within the band resulted in the departure of George Ochoa.
 +
 +Their fourth album was a major change in direction for the band musically. //Stay of Execution// went in a more progressive metal direction, complete with new guitarist Mike Phillips.
 +
 +In an interview with Doug Van Pelt of HM Magazine, when asked about the musical change, Jimmy P. Brown explained:
 +
 +"I got tired of being labeled 'Oh, there'​s Deliverance.... the Metallica clones are back.' You know, that got really old. Because in a sense we were kind of ripping them off. But I definitely know that the Lord wants us to be original. I want to be original. So I think it was time."
 +
 +While this move did anger fans at the time, others feel that //Stay// represents Deliverance'​s best work. Their fifth album, //Learn//, continued in a progressive direction with new bassist Manny Morales and lead guitarist Jonathan Maddux. From this time on, the other positions in the band changed with increasing frequency, but the core of the band remained Jimmy Brown and Manny Morales.
 +
 +Deliverance released //River Disturbance//​ in 1994 and //Camelot in Smithereens//​ in 1995. //Camelot// was the poorest seller in the Deliverance catalog at the time.
 +
 +After a four-year hiatus, Deliverance resurfaced in 2000 and began recording their next studio album, //​Assimilation//,​ which was released in the following year. //​Assimilation//​ represented another change in style with a shift towards a more electronic/​industrial sound. Deliverance again went on hiatus until 2006.
 +
 +In 2006, Deliverance reformed with a lineup of [[Jimmy P. Brown II]], Mike Phillips, Corin Jae Scott, Tim Kronyak, and Mike Reed. The band's next album //As Above - So Below// was released on April 24, 2007. The album featured a mix of all their past material (musically) with some more modern metal elements.
 +
 +Deliverance announced they would be releasing a new album sometime in 2010 called //The Annals of Subterfuge//​. This would mark Deliverance'​s 25th Anniversary. Though rumors persist of reuniting with past members, it became apparent that Jimmy would be recording the upcoming album with Mike Phillips. This album was never released under this title, but apparently morphed into their next album.
 +
 +Though the group officially disbanded in 1996, there have been fan demands for concert performances and new albums which caused the intermittent reunions every 4–5 years. [[Jimmy P. Brown II]] spent about 10 years working in the casino industry in Las Vegas, but currently resides in Alabama continuing his career with the casino industry. Jimmy has been quoted as saying: "I moved to Alabama to be close with my family, and to try regain normalcy for my family. Having lived in the fantasy land of Las Vegas for the past 10 years, I wanted to stay in the casino biz, but didn't want my kids growing up the Vegas way".
 +
 +In 2010, Deliverance played the only show without [[Jimmy P. Brown II]] at NordicFest.
 +
 +On May 20, 2011 Mike Phillips announced that Deliverance was finally coming to end and would be performing their final show in August 2011. However, by July 2012, Deliverance had resurfaced again and been working on their tenth studio album //Hear What I Say!//, which was released on September 3, 2013 on Roxx Records and was originally labeled as their final album.
 +
 +Though Brown stated that //Hear What I Say!// would be the last album, he announced that Deliverance would release new material in 2016. The band, whose lineup consists of former guitarist George Ochoa, former drummer Jim Chaffin and bassist Victor Máciás, played Exodo Fest in Mexico with Silent Planet and Grave Robber. In 2017, the self-titled album was re-released on vinyl through Roxx, and //Weapons of Our Warfare// was re-released through Bombworks Records. Later on in the year, it was announced that guitarist Glenn Rogers had returned to the band and that Ochoa had departed. It was also stated that Greg Minier (The Crucified) would record solos on the album. On September 28, 2017, it was announced that Deliverance had signed to Roxx Records and 3 Frogz Records, who released the band's eleventh studio album, //The Subversive Kind//, in early 2018. On October 28, 2017, the band released their debut single off of the album, "The Black Hand", accompanied with a lyric video.
 +
 +Outside of Deliverance,​ Jimmy Brown has had several side projects. One was the electronica-industrial-gothic group [[Fearful Symmetry]]. The project name was taken from the poem "The Tyger" by William Blake. This group released two albums, //This Sad Veil of Tears// in 2002 and //A Loss of Balance// in 2005.
 +
 +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.
 +
 +[[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.
 +
 +Other references include:
 +
 +  * "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//​.
  
 ===== Discography ===== ===== Discography =====
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 | 1991 | What a Joke | [[Intense Records]] | | 1991 | What a Joke | [[Intense Records]] |
 | 1992 | Stay of Execution | [[Intense Records]] | | 1992 | Stay of Execution | [[Intense Records]] |
-| 1993 | Learn | [[Intense Records]] | 
 | 1993 | Intense Live Series Vol. 1 | [[Intense Records]] | | 1993 | Intense Live Series Vol. 1 | [[Intense Records]] |
 +| 1993 | Learn | [[Intense Records]] |
 | 1994 | River Disturbance | [[Brainstorm Artists International]] | | 1994 | River Disturbance | [[Brainstorm Artists International]] |
-| 1995 | Camelot in Smithereens | [[Intense Records]] | 
 | 1995 | X A Decade of... | [[Intense Records]] | | 1995 | X A Decade of... | [[Intense Records]] |
 +| 1995 | Camelot in Smithereens | [[Intense Records]] |
 | 2000 | Back in the Day: The First Four Years | [[Magdalene Records]] | | 2000 | Back in the Day: The First Four Years | [[Magdalene Records]] |
-| 2001 | Assimilation | [[Indie Dream]] |+| 2001 | Assimilation | [[Indie Dream Records]] |
 | 2001 | Live at Cornerstone 2001 | [[Magdalene Records]] | | 2001 | Live at Cornerstone 2001 | [[Magdalene Records]] |
 | 2001 | Greetings of Death, etc. | [[Magdalene Records]] | | 2001 | Greetings of Death, etc. | [[Magdalene Records]] |
 | 2007 | As Above - So Below | [[Retroactive Records]] | | 2007 | As Above - So Below | [[Retroactive Records]] |
-| 2013 | Hear What I Say! | [[Roxx Records]] |+| 2013 | Hear What I Say! | 3 Frogz Records / [[Roxx Records]] |
 | 2018 | The Subversive Kind | [[Roxx Records]] | | 2018 | The Subversive Kind | [[Roxx Records]] |
  
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 ==== Greeting of Death ==== ==== Greeting of Death ====
  
-1985 Independent+1985 Independent\\ 
 +2019 Retroactive Records (CD, Vinyl, Tape reissue) (RRCD1501)
  
-Jimmy P. Brown II - Vocals, guitars\\+[[Jimmy P. Brown II]] - Vocals, guitars\\
 Glenn Rogers - Guitars\\ Glenn Rogers - Guitars\\
 Brian Khairullah - Bass\\ Brian Khairullah - Bass\\
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   - Speckled Bird (1:17)   - Speckled Bird (1:17)
   - Awake (4:57)   - Awake (4:57)
 +
 +== 2019 Bonus Tracks ==
 +
 +
 +  - A Space Called You
 +  - Attack
 +
 +------
 +
 +==== Deliverance ====
 +
 +1989 [[Intense Records]] (CD09072)\\
 +2008 Retroactive Records (RAR7862)\\
 +2017 Roxx Records (RRCD-DEL003) / No Life 'til Metal Records (NLTM0002) (vinyl re-issue)
 +
 +[[Jimmy P. Brown II]] - Lead vocals, guitar\\
 +Glenn Rogers - Lead guitar\\
 +Brian Khairullah - Bass guitar\\
 +Chris Hyde - Drums
 +
 +  - Victors (3:44)
 +  - No Time (4:28)
 +  - Deliverance (3:03)
 +  - If You Will (4:43)
 +  - The Call (3:40)
 +  - No Love (3:20)
 +  - Blood of the Covenant (4:50)
 +  - Jehovah Jireh (3:35)
 +  - Temporary Insanity (5:25)
 +  - Awake (6:05)
 +
 +== 2008 Bonus Tracks ==
 +
 +  - A Space Called You (3:53)
 +  - Attack (3:45)
 +
 +------
 +
 +==== Weapons of Our Warfare ====
 +
 +1990 [[Intense Records]] (CD09089)\\
 +2008 Retroactive Records (RAR7863)\\
 +2014 Roxx Records (RRLP-DEL01) (vinyl reissue)\\
 +2017 Bombworks Records (BWCD1405) (CD, vinyl reissue)
 +
 +[[Jimmy P. Brown II]] - All vocals, rhythm guitar, lead guitar\\
 +George Ochoa - Lead guitar, rhythm guitar, acoustic guitar\\
 +Brian Khairullah - Bass\\
 +Chris Hyde - Drums
 +
 +  - Supplication (1:48)
 +  - This Present Darkness (2:47)
 +  - Weapons of Our Warfare (4:25)
 +  - Solitude (6:05)
 +  - Flesh and Blood (7:27)
 +  - Bought by Blood (3:17)
 +  - 23 (5:49)
 +  - Slay the Wicked (4:03)
 +  - Greetings of Death (2:49)
 +  - If We Faint Not (4:25)
 +
 +== 2008 Bonus Track ==
 +
 +  - Rescue (4:43)
 +
 +------
 +
 +==== What a Joke ====
 +
 +1991 [[Intense Records]] (FLD9253)\\
 +2011 Intense Millennium Records (IMR 008)
 +
 +[[Jimmy P. Brown II]] - Vocals, rhythm guitar, talkbox\\
 +George Ochoa - Lead guitar, rhythm guitar, acoustic guitar\\
 +Mike Grato - Bass\\ ​
 +Kevin Lee - Drums
 +
 +  - Intro (0:17)
 +  - Prophet of Idiocy (3:27)
 +  - Pseudo Intellectual (7:15)
 +  - Cheeseburger Maker Du (0:08)
 +  - What a Joke (6:21)
 +  - Chipped Beef (2:04)
 +  - After Forever (5:26)
 +  - It’s the Beat (1:58)
 +  - A Product of Society (4:43)
 +  - Happy Star (0:05)
 +  - J.P.D. (0:17)
 +  - Pray (0:41)
 +  - Silent Night (5:00)
 +  - J.I.G. (2:11)
 +  - Purgatory Sandwich With Mustard (2:59)
 +  - Attack (3:38)
 +
 +== 2011 Bonus Track ==
 +
 +  - Strings of Sorrow (1:42)
 +
 +------
 +
 +==== Stay of Execution ====
 +
 +1992 [[Intense Records]] (FLD9403)\\
 +2014 Roxx Records (RRCD-DEL04)
 +
 +[[Jimmy P. Brown II]] - Lead vocals, backing vocals, rhythm guitar, lead guitar\\
 +Mike Phillips - Lead guitar, rhythm guitar, acoustic guitar\\
 +Mike Grato - Bass on tracks 1 to 6, 8, 10\\
 +Brian Khairullah - Bass on tracks 7 and 9\\ 
 +Kevin P. Lee - Drums, percussion
 +
 +[[Gene Eugene]] - Rhodes\\
 +Rob Watson - Keyboards\\
 +Eric Clayton - Backing vocals\\
 +Jerry Chamberlain - Backing vocals\\
 +Love Larrimore - Backing vocals\\
 +[[Terry Scott Taylor]] - Backing vocals
 +
 +Produced by [[Terry Scott Taylor]]
 +
 +  - Stay of Execution (4:34)
 +  - Windows of the Soul (4:58)
 +  - Words to the... (4:23)
 +  - From Once Was (3:58)
 +  - Self-Monger (3:29)
 +  - Horrendous Disc (5:27)
 +  - Lord of Dreams (5:04)
 +  - Ramming Speed (5:48)
 +  - Entombed (3:46)
 +  - Weapons of Our Warfare (remix) (3:39)
 +
 +== 2014 Bonus Tracks ==
 +
 +  - Flesh & Blood (25th Anniversary Recording)
 +  - In U (25th Anniversary Recording)
 +  - What A Joke! (2014 Recording featuring George Ochoa)
 +
 +------
 +
 +==== Intense Live Series Vol. 1 ====
 +
 +1993 [[Intense Records]] (FLD9429)
 +
 +[[Jimmy P. Brown II]] - Vocals, guitar\\
 +Mike Phillips - Guitar\\
 +Brian Khairullah - Bass\\
 +Kevin Lee - Drums
 +
 +Produced by [[Terry Scott Taylor]]
 +
 +  - In Studio (0:53)
 +  - Surrender (4:59)
 +  - No Love (3:19)
 +  - In Studio (0:16)
 +  - This Present Darkness (2:39)
 +  - In Studio (0:56)
 +  - Stay of Execution (4:19)
 +  - In Studio (0:23)
 +  - The Call (4:57)
 +  - In Studio (0:10)
 +  - No Time (5:17)
 +
 +------
 +
 +==== Learn ====
 +
 +1993 [[Intense Records]] (FLD9454)
 +
 +[[Jimmy P. Brown II]] - Vocals, rhythm guitar, lead guitar, keyboards\\
 +Jon Maddux - Lead guitar, rhythm guitar, keyboards\\
 +Manny Morales - 5 string bass\\
 +Jon Knox - Drums, percussion
 +
 +Melissa Hansen - Cello on tracks 1 and 8\\
 +[[Riki Michele]] - Backing vocals\\
 +Charles Brown - Backing vocals
 +
 +Produced by [[Terry Scott Taylor]]
 +
 +  - Time (6:19)
 +  - 1990 (7:01)
 +  - Learn (5:29)
 +  - Who am I? (4:45)
 +  - Renew (3:44)
 +  - The Rain (5:14)
 +  - Reflection (1:43)
 +  - In the Will (4:53)
 +  - Desperate Cries (3:48)
 +  - Sanctuary (7:01)
 +
 +------
 +
 +==== River Disturbance ====
 +
 +1994 [[Brainstorm Artists International]] (7512685092)\\
 +2007 Retroactive Records (RAR7853)\\
 +2018 Retroactive Records (RRCD1459) (Vinyl, CD reissue)
 +
 +[[Jimmy P. Brown II]] - Lead vocals, backing vocals, rhythm guitar, lead guitar, keyboards, twelve-string guitar\\
 +Jonathan Maddux - Lead guitar, rhythm guitar, guitar treatments, noise guitar\\
 +Manny Morales - 5-string bass, fretless bass\\
 +Jon Knox - Drums, percussion\\
 +Jeff Mason - Drums, percussion\\
 +
 +[[Gene Eugene]] - Piano on track 8
 +
 +Produced by [[Jimmy P. Brown II]] and [[Terry Scott Taylor]]
 +
 +  - Belltown (4:39)
 +  - After I Fell (4:22)
 +  - River Disturbance (6:36)
 +  - Now & Then (4:33)
 +  - Speed of Light (4:54)
 +  - A Little Sleep (3:44)
 +  - Map (4:52)
 +  - You Still Smile (7:06)
 +  - Breathing Still (8:01)
 +
 +== 2007 Bonus Tracks ==
 +
 +  - I Thought
 +  - On the Fritz
 +  - Belltown (Hyper Remix)
 +  - A Word from Jimmy P. Brown
 +
 +------
 +
 +==== X A Decade of... ====
 +
 +1995 [[Intense Records]] (FLD9495)
 +
 +  - Victory (3:46)
 +  - No Time (4:31)
 +  - The Call (4:10)
 +  - Flesh & Blood (7:27)
 +  - This Present Darkness (2:47)
 +  - Rescue (4:40)
 +  - After Forever (5:24)
 +  - Prophet of Idiocy (3:25)
 +  - Words to the... (4:23)
 +  - Ramming Speed (5:46)
 +  - Stay of Execution (5:16)
 +  - Learn (5:28)
 +  - Desperate Cries (3:48)
 +  - Sanctuary (6:59)
 +
 +Tracks 1-3 taken from //​Deliverance//​\\
 +Tracks 4-5 taken from //Weapons of Our Warfare//\\
 +Track 6 previously unreleased (recorded during the //Weapons of Our Warfare// sessions)\\
 +Tracks 7-8 taken from //What a Joke//\\
 +Tracks 9-10 taken from //Stay of Execution//​\\
 +Track 11 taken from //Intense Live Series vol 1//\\
 +Tracks 12-14 taken from //Learn//
 +
 +------
 +
 +==== Camelot in Smithereens ====
 +
 +1995 [[Intense Records]] (FLD9543)
 +
 +Oso ([[Jimmy P. Brown II]]) - Vocals, guitar, keyboards\\
 +Tiburon - Guitar\\
 +Wolfie - Bass\\
 +Flaco (Jeff Mason) - Drums, percussion
 +
 +  - Somber Theme (Where Are You) (5:54)
 +  - Lindsey (4:51)
 +  - Not Too Good 4 Me (5:09)
 +  - Anymore (4:15)
 +  - Book Ends (6:58)
 +  - Beauty & The Beast (3:26)
 +  - Make My Bed in Hell (4:51)
 +  - The Red Roof (5:20)
 +  - In-U (4:30)
 +
 +------
 +
 +==== Back in the Day: The First Four Years ====
 +
 +2000 [[Magdalene Records]] (M8D-1079)\\
 +2007 Retroactive Records (RAR7834)
 +
 +  - Narration
 +  - Who Will Save the Children
 +  - Stand Up and Fight
 +  - Narration
 +  - No Time
 +  - Narration
 +  - Talk From the Stage
 +  - Fortress
 +  - Deliverance
 +  - Narration
 +  - Attack
 +  - A Space Called You
 +  - Narration
 +  - Hold on Tightly
 +  - J.I.G.
 +  - Temporary Insanity
 +
 +Originally a self-released tape sold at shows by the band.\\
 +Contains various live and studio recordings from 1985-1988.\\
 +The "​Narrations"​ are comments by [[Jimmy P. Brown II]].
 +
 +------
 +
 +==== Assimilation ====
 +
 +2001 [[Indie Dream Records]] (ID070)\\
 +2007 Retroactive Records (RAR7839)
 +
 +[[Jimmy P. Brown II]] - Vocals, rhythm guitar, lead guitar, keyboards\\
 +Justin DeTie - Lead guitar\\
 +David Gilbreath - Keyboards, programming\\
 +Manny Morales - 5 string bass\\
 +Jim Calvert - Drums
 +
 +  - The Limitless Light
 +  - From the Beginning
 +  - Assimilation
 +  - The Circle
 +  - Sell Your Soul...
 +  - The Search
 +  - The Learned Man
 +  - Between 2 Worlds
 +  - Impressions
 +  - Save Me From...
 +
 +== 2007 Bonus Disc: Assimilation Demos ==
 +
 +  - The Limitless Light
 +  - Sell Your Soul
 +  - The Search
 +  - Save Me From...
 +  - Assimilation
 +  - Between 2 Worlds
 +  - The Limitless Light
 +  - The Circle
 +  - Sell Your Soul
 +  - The Search
 +  - Impressions
 +  - The Learned Man
 +  - From the Beginning
 +  - Save Me From...
 +
 +------
 +
 +==== Live at Cornerstone 2001 ====
 +
 +2001 [[Magdalene Records]] (M8D-1120)
 +
 +[[Jimmy P. Brown II]] - Vocals, guitars, kazoo\\
 +Lael Conan - Guitars, jug\\
 +David Gilbreath - Keyboards, backing vocals, washboard\\
 +Manny Morales - 5 string bass, backing vocals, jaw harp\\
 +Ian Baird - Drums, spoons
 +
 +Jim Calvert - Backing vocals, slide whistle
 +
 +  - Intro
 +  - Stay of Execution
 +  - Introductions
 +  - No Time
 +  - Learn
 +  - What a Joke
 +  - Belltown
 +  - Psalm 23
 +  - Weapons of Our Warfare
 +  - Thanks
 +  - Victory
 +  - Words to the...
 +  - Sanctuary
 +
 +------
 +
 +==== Greetings of Death, etc. ====
 +
 +2001 [[Magdalene Records]] (MR1013)\\
 +2007 Retroactive Records (RAR7835)
 +
 +  - Victory
 +  - Greetings of Death
 +  - No Time
 +  - J.I.G (Jesus Is God)
 +  - Speckled Bird
 +  - Awake
 +  - Attack
 +  - A Space Called You
 +  - Weapons of Our Warfare
 +  - This Present Darkness
 +  - Greetings of Death
 +  - Rescue
 +  - Slay the Wicked
 +  - Solitude
 +  - 23
 +  - Radio Interview (1992)
 +
 +Tracks 1-6 taken from their first demo //Greeting of Death//\\
 +Tracks 7-8 are alternate mixes of the tracks released on the //​California Metal// compilation\\
 +Tracks 9-15 taken from the //Weapons of Our Warfare// demo\\
 +Track 16 is a radio interview with [[Jimmy P. Brown II]]
 +
 +------
 +
 +==== As Above - So Below ====
 +
 +2007 [[Retroactive Records]] (RAR7833)
 +
 +[[Jimmy P. Brown II]] - Vocals, guitar\\
 +Mike Phillips - Lead guitar, rhythm guitar\\
 +Tim Kronyak - Bass guitar\\
 +Mike Reed - Drums
 +
 +Kevin Lee - Drums on tracks 2, 6, and 7\\
 +
 +Produce by [[Jimmy P. Brown II]] and Mike Phillips
 +
 +  - Legum Servi Sumus Ut Liberi Esse Possimus (Intro) (3:39)
 +  - Cause & Effect (4:03)
 +  - Return To Form (4:05)
 +  - As Above - So Below (4:46)
 +  - Screaming (4:33)
 +  - Should We Cross Paths (4:02
 +  - Contempt (4:02)
 +  - Thistles (11:21)
 +  - My Love (4:59)
 +  - Enlightened (5:32)
 +
 +------
 +
 +==== Hear What I Say! ====
 +
 +2013 3 Frogz Records / [[Roxx Records]] (RRCD-DEL02)\\
 +2019 Retroactive Records (RRCD1494) (CD, vinyl re-issue)
 +
 +  - Liber 111 (Intro)
 +  - The Annals of Subterfuge
 +  - Angst
 +  - Hope Lies Beyond
 +  - Detox
 +  - Nude
 +  - Passing
 +  - A Perfect Sky
 +  - Where Eagles Dare (Iron Maiden Cover)
 +  - Entgiftung (German Version Of "​Detox"​)
 +
 +== 2019 bonus track ==
 +
 +  - Spieluhr
 +
 +------
 +
 +==== The Subversive Kind ====
 +
 +2018 [[Roxx Records]] (RRCD-DEL004)
 +
 +[[Jimmy P. Brown II]] - Lead vocals, guitar\\
 +Glenn Rogers - Lead Guitar\\
 +Victor Macias - Bass\\
 +Victor Macias - Drums
 +
 +Produced by [[Jimmy P. Brown II]]
 +
 +  - Bring 'Em Down
 +  - Concept of the Other
 +  - Center of It All
 +  - The Black Hand
 +  - Epilogue
 +  - Listen Closely
 +  - The Subversive Kind
 +  - The Fold
 +
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 +
 +==== Compilation Appearances ====
 +
 +//​**California Metal**// (1987 [[Regency Records]])\\
 + 05) A Space Called You (3:51)\\
 + 08) Attack (3:44)
 +
 +//**I Predict a Clone - A Steve Taylor Tribute**// 1994 [[R.E.X. Music]])\\
 + 08) On the Fritz (3:38 )
 +
 +//**Rock - The Brainstorm Rock Collection**//​ (1994 [[Brainstorm Artists International]])\\
 + 10) I Thought
  
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