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12 Stones - Potter's Field
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12 Stones - Potter's Field

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Reviewer :
Kaj Roth Format: Album
Release date: 2004-08-24 Year: 2004
Label: Wind-Up Entertainment
Genre: Post Grunge
Producer: Dave Fortman
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New Orleans Postgrunge rockers 12 Stones had quite a success with their self titled debut from 2002 so now they are back with their 2nd album "Potter?s Field" that sounds very much the same as the debut.
There are no surprises on the new album,these 11 new tracks passes by without any bigger notice but then again-I?m no friend of Paul McCoy?s voice.
The fans of 12 Stones will feed their hunger till the next record and the sales will be satisfactory for their label Wind up but it?s pretty sad that such a great band like Seven Wiser gets dropped by the same label while they are promoting these mainstream rockers so hard.
Uninspiring is the word!,except for one song...."Photograph" is pretty good.

Tracklisting 1. Shadows
2. The Last Song
3. Far Away
4. Speak Your Mind
5. Lifeless
6. Bitter
7. Photograph
8. 3 Leaf Loser
9. Stay
10. Waiting for Yesterday
11. In Closing


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