Throttle Junkies is the first studio album by the Chicago-based rock band Soil. The album was released on May 18, 1999, via MIA Records. It included tracks previously released on the band's EPs Soil and El Chupacabra. Not long after the album's release, MIA folded. This led to Soil developing demos that eventually gained them a major label deal with J Records. The album was re-released, with bonus tracks, on August 14, 2007. Road to Ruin" – 2:37. Damning Eden" – 3:00.
The music on Soil's Throttle Junkies has its dose of heaviness, meaning that Soil score pretty high on the mosh pit scale, but that's all this record could be good for. Seriously, if Pantera or Marilyn Manson didn't get so big, these guys would probably sound like Poison.
Throttle Junkies (1999) by Soil. Labels: MIA. Genres: Nu Metal, Hard Rock Members: Ryan McCombs, Adam Zadel, Shaun Glass, Tim King, Tom Schofield. Album (Studio full-length). Nu Metal, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal.
Throttle Junkies is the first studio album by the Chicago-based rock band Soil. It included tracks previously released on the band’s EPs Soil and El Chupacabra. Not long after the album’s release, MIA folded. The album was re-released, with 3 bonus tracks, a cover of Black Betty by Ram Jam, Triple 6’s, and Two Cent Friend, on August 14, 2007. Throttle Junkies Q&A. Scream: The Essentials.
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