Cult of One

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Cult of One
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Studio album by
ReleasedJune 5, 1996
Genre Thrash metal, groove metal
Length62:19
Label Massacre Records
Whiplash chronology
Insult to Injury
(1989)
Cult of One
(1996)
Sit Stand Kneel Prey
(1997)
Professional ratings
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Cult of One is the fourth full-length studio album by American thrash metal band Whiplash. It was released on Massacre Records in 1996 and follows a seven-year absence of the band after 1989's Insult to Injury . A different vocalist and bass player, and an additional guitarist joined originals Tony Portaro and Tony Scaglione – a line-up which again changed for the following year's offering, Sit Stand Kneel Prey .

Contents

Track listing

  1. "Such is the Will" – 6:20
  2. "No One's Idol" – 5:24
  3. "No Fear to Tread" – 5:13
  4. "1,000 Times" – 6:52
  5. "Wheel of Misfortune" – 5:23
  6. "Heavenaut" – 7:50
  7. "Lost World" – 5:26
  8. "Cult of One" – 8:28
  9. "Enemy" – 4:32
  10. "Apostle of Truth" – 6:51

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References

  1. "Cult of One review". Rock Hard . Retrieved July 17, 2019.