Prong - Prove You Wrong mp3 album
Title: Prove You Wrong
Style: Thrash, Alternative Rock, Heavy Metal
Date of release: 1991
Size MP3: 1378 mb
Size FLAC: 1328 mb
Format: MIDI DTS RA DXD AU MP2 TTA
Prove You Wrong is the third album by the metal band Prong. It is their only album with Troy Gregory on bass guitar. The album includes a cover of "(Get A) Grip (On Yourself)", originally by The Stranglers. Irrelevant Thoughts" – 2:37 (Parsons, Victor). Unconditional" – 4:45 (Troy Gregory, Victor). Positively Blind" – 2:43 (Victor). Prove You Wrong" – 3:31 (Gregory, Victor). Hell If I Could" – 4:00 (Gregory, Victor). Pointless" – 3:07 (Prong). Contradictions" – 4:10 (Victor).
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). PROVE YOU WRONG is another bold step for Prong, another important album in their impressive catalog. You can't go wrong with the songs found here, and Prong would only get better with their subsequent releases CLEANSING and RUDE AWAKENING. No Prong completist should be without PROVE YOU WRONG. 6 people found this helpful.
Prove You Wrong is the third album by the metal band Prong. Torn Between" – 3:11 (Gregory, Victor). Brainwave" – 3:01 (Victor). Territorial Rites" – 3:31 (Prong). (Get A) Grip (On Yourself)" – 3:05 (Hugh Cornwell). Shouldn't Have Bothered" – 2:39 (Victor).
This album has an average beat per minute of 117 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 86/171 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Prove You Wrong. 1. Irrelevant Thoughts. BPM Profile Prove You Wrong. Album starts at 171BPM, ends at 86BPM (-85), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Prong.
Prove You Wrong" is definitely the lowest point for classic Prong: avoid it, and concentrate on the releases from the either the Kirkland-era ("Primitive Origins" to "Beg To Differ") or the Raven-era ("Cleansing" to "Rude Awakening"). Mostly known for their album "Cleansing," with the ever-popular "Snap Your Fingers, Snap Your Neck," "Prove You Wrong" is it's precursor, and quite possibly the best album in the Prong catalogue.