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180-gram Black Vinyl with Insert, Cold is the self-titled debut studio album by Jacksonville-based rock band Cold and was originally released in 1998. Discovered by A&R man Fred Durst (from Limp Bizkit), Cold burst onto the scene with their self-titled album, a po- tent blend of raw emotion, haunting melodies, and powerful instrumentation. Led by vocalist Scoot Ward, the band quickly garnered attention for their introspective lyrics and intense live performances. The singles culled of the album "Go Away" and "Give" showcased Ward's ability to convey deep-seated emotions with raw honesty, while tracks like "Confession" and "End of the World" captivated listeners with elements of alternative rock, metal, and post-grunge into a cohesive sonic tapestry.
180-gram Black Vinyl with Insert, Cold is the self-titled debut studio album by Jacksonville-based rock band Cold and was originally released in 1998. Discovered by A&R man Fred Durst (from Limp Bizkit), Cold burst onto the scene with their self-titled album, a po- tent blend of raw emotion, haunting melodies, and powerful instrumentation. Led by vocalist Scoot Ward, the band quickly garnered attention for their introspective lyrics and intense live performances. The singles culled of the album "Go Away" and "Give" showcased Ward's ability to convey deep-seated emotions with raw honesty, while tracks like "Confession" and "End of the World" captivated listeners with elements of alternative rock, metal, and post-grunge into a cohesive sonic tapestry.
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Cold (Blk) [180 Gram] (Hol)
Artist: Cold
Format: Vinyl
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180-gram Black Vinyl with Insert, Cold is the self-titled debut studio album by Jacksonville-based rock band Cold and was originally released in 1998. Discovered by A&R man Fred Durst (from Limp Bizkit), Cold burst onto the scene with their self-titled album, a po- tent blend of raw emotion, haunting melodies, and powerful instrumentation. Led by vocalist Scoot Ward, the band quickly garnered attention for their introspective lyrics and intense live performances. The singles culled of the album "Go Away" and "Give" showcased Ward's ability to convey deep-seated emotions with raw honesty, while tracks like "Confession" and "End of the World" captivated listeners with elements of alternative rock, metal, and post-grunge into a cohesive sonic tapestry.
        
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