Thursday, August 14, 2014


Prong - Force Fed 1987
Prong - Primitive Origins 1987
Prong - Beg To Differ 1990
Prong - The Peel Sessions 1990
Prong - Prove You Wrong 1991
Prong - Cleansing 1994
Prong - 100% Live 2002
Prong - Scorpio Rising 2003
Prong - Power Of The Damager 2007
01. Prong - Force Fed, 1987 CD Album
     Southern Studios - 26-07934
02. Prong - Primitive Origins, 1987 CD Album
     Spigot, EFA - SPT 1D, 26-07933
03. Prong - Beg To Differ, 1990 CD Album
     Epic - 466375 2
04. Prong - The Peel Sessions, 1990 CD EP
     Dutch East India Trading, Strange Fruit - DEI8303-2, DEI8303-2
05. Prong - Prove You Wrong, 1991 CD Album
     Epic, Epic - 468945 2, EPC 468945 2
06. Prong - Cleansing, 1994 CD Album
     Epic, Epic - 474796 2, EPC 474796 2
07. Prong - 100% Live, 2002 CD Album Promo
     Locomotive Music - LM119
08. Prong - Scorpio Rising, 2003 CD Album
     Locomotive Music - LM 128
09. Prong - Power Of The Damager, 2007 CD Album
     13th Planet Records - 02028610902
Request rezer and happiness flow. From classic thrash to groovy metal, Prong deliver. I would lie if I said I ever liked them as much as Coroner (to remain in the thrash metal vibe that turned to the sleazy/groovy stuff) but they are still an unmovable staple of the style. Primitive Origins is the juiciest meat of the lot. 3 or 4 albums are missing here, but it does not really matter since the 80s/early 90s stuff (including Cleansing) is the most enjoyable and head banging. I actually don't know, I did not hear the last two, but I have faith.
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  1. Thank you for Prong. Their new album Ruining Lives starts with a bang: "Turnover" is a great single. Saw them a week ago at Bloodstock Festival just 10 miles away from where I live. Tommy Victor was great and the new rhythm section fits well .Although I was hoping that Alexei Rodriguez from Catharsis will seat behind drums. You can see that set here: The sound is getting better after few minutes.

  2. I'm a big fan of the Mike Kirkland era of Prong. I used to see them when they were just starting out in NYC. I remember a good Sunday matinee at CBGB where they opened for Ludichri$t. Hogan's Heroes and some kids from Brooklyn called Biohazard opened the show. They opened with the brand new Mind The Gap from the EP Prong 3 which they were selling at the show. I noticed you're missing it. I feel like I should contribute since you gave me so much. Send me a FedEx label and it's yours. Although I should mention my records got damaged during hurricane Sandy. The record plays fine but the jacket has some damage.

    1. Argh, Ludichrist!
      Thanks a lot for the offer, could you send me an email: laurent [] churchofzer [] com.




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