Deliverance (Corrosion of Conformity Album)

Deliverance (Corrosion Of Conformity Album)

Deliverance is the fourth album by Corrosion of Conformity, and the first on which Pepper Keenan was lead singer. By this album, the band had completely shed their hardcore and thrash influences, instead opting for Black Sabbath-inspired heavy metal style. "Clean My Wounds" was a radio hit. The UK's Kerrang! magazine described Deliverance as a true 90s classic. The song "Mano de Mono" is heard in the movie The Fan. The song "Albatross" is playable in the video game Guitar Hero: Metallica.

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Deliverance (Corrosion Of Conformity Album) - Chart Positions
... Album Chart (1994) Position The Billboard 155 ... Singles Song Chart (1994) Position "Albatross" Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks 19 "Clean My Wounds" 19. ...

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