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cult: Ceremonycompact discs
Cult: Ceremony

Released: Sep 1991. Genre: Hard Rock. Label: Beggars Banquet, Sire. Number Of Tracks: 11. After The Cult achieved massive commercial success for "Sonic Temple" in 1989, they continued in the hard rock vein of their sound with their 1991 follow up: "Ceremony".

POSTED: 05/30/2012 - 03:12 am

7.3
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cult: Choice Of Weaponcompact discs
Cult: Choice Of Weapon

Released: May 22, 2012. Genre: Alternative Rock, Post-Punk, Hard Rock. Label: Cooking Vinyl. Number Of Tracks: 14 (2CD). This album is a must for Cult fans and is a must for people who walked away from The Cult for losing their magic. This is a return to form.

POSTED: 05/24/2012 - 03:35 am

9.2
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cult: Lovecompact discs
Cult: Love

Released: Oct 18, 1985. Genre: Post-Punk, Gothic Rock. Label: Beggars Banquet. Number Of Tracks: 10. "Love" is essentially a refined version of The Cult's debut, with only slightly less gothic compositions and more arena-ready production. The album's main focus is the guitarwork.

POSTED: 04/02/2012 - 05:34 am

8.4
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cult: The Cultcompact discs
Cult: The Cult

Released: Oct 1994. Genre: Rock. Label: Beggars Banquet. Number Of Tracks: 12. Whilst the album might be a little bereft of ideas, relying on a few too many power chords to bring the occasional mundane moment to life, it is still very effective no-frills hard rock.

POSTED: 08/19/2009 - 03:40 am

8.5
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cult: Electriccompact discs
Cult: Electric

Release Date: 1987. Label: Beggars Banquet. Genres: Hard Rock, Alternative Pop/Rock. Number Of Tracks: 11. The roots of Electric lay in another album entirely, Peace, which was recorded with Love producer Steve Brown in a series of sessions that the band found increasingly pressure-filled and fraught with tension.

POSTED: 07/04/2008 - 02:40 am

8.4
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cult: Born Into Thiscompact discs
Cult: Born Into This

Release Date: Oct 2, 2007. Label: Roadrunner. Genres: Hard Rock, Alternative Pop/Rock. Number Of Tracks: 10. 'Born Into This' shows one of rock's first true alternative bands delivering a seminal album at the top of their game.

POSTED: 03/26/2008 - 02:16 am

8.2
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cult: Sonic Templecompact discs
Cult: Sonic Temple

Release Date: 1989. Label: Beggars Banquet. Genres: Heavy Metal, Hard Rock, Alternative Pop/Rock. Number Of Tracks: 11. More varied than its predecessor, Electric, Sonic Temple finds the Cult trying several different metal styles, from crunchy Electric-era '70s grooves and the fuzzy, noisy psychedelia of Love, to mellow ballads and commercial '80s hard rock.

POSTED: 05/19/2007 - 10:43 am

7.8
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cult: Beyond Good And Evilcompact discs
Cult: Beyond Good And Evil

Released: Jun 5, 2001. Genre: Rock. Tones: Angst-Ridden, Cathartic, Sexual, Aggressive, Intense, Passionate. Styles: Hard Rock, Alternative Pop/Rock. Number Of Tracks: 12

POSTED: 09/22/2004 - 04:12 am

9.1
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