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A Search for Reason

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Released  May 12, 1998
Artists  Smudge, Kilgore
Producer  Ed Stasium
Length  43:10
Release date  12 May 1998
Label  Revolution
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Recorded  Castle Oaks, Calabasas, CA.
Genres  Alternative metal, Nu metal, Post-grunge
People also search for  Blue Collar Solitude, Mo Poontang

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A Search for Reason is the second studio album by American band Kilgore. It was released on the 12th of May 1998 through independent record label Unsound Records. It is considered an impressive step forward for the alternative metal quartet. The album blends styles drawing from hardcore punk, metal and post-alternative industrial and grunge.

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Background

The album was the first and final album released under the name Kilgore. The previous release, Blue Collar Solitude, was released when the band was still called Kilgore Smudge. The album features some songwriting credits to guitarist Brian McKenzie, who had left the band before the release of A Search for Reason. The song "TK-421" is a reference to a Star Wars Stormtrooper.

Personnel

  • Jay Berndt – lead vocals
  • Bill Southerland – drums
  • Steve Johnson – bass guitar
  • Mike Pelletier – lead guitar
  • Songs

    1Steamroller2:11
    2Avowal3:44
    3Introverted3:35

    References

    A Search for Reason Wikipedia


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