Time Heals Nothing

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Time Heals Nothing
Studio album by
ReleasedMay 23, 1995 (May 23, 1995) [1]
Recorded Ultrasonic Studios in New Orleans
Genre Sludge metal
Label Pavement
Producer Crowbar
Crowbar chronology
Time Heals Nothing
Broken Glass
Alternative cover
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Time Heals Nothing is the third studio album by American sludge metal band Crowbar, released in 1995 [2] through Pavement Music. The album was rereleased in 2000 by Spitfire Records with new album artwork, courtesy of Rich DiSilvio.


Track listing

All tracks are written by Crowbar

1."The Only Factor"3:07
2."No More Can We Crawl"2:52
3."Time Heals Nothing"4:36
4."Leave It Behind"3:21
5."Through a Wall of Tears"6:00
6."Lack of Tolerance"3:09
7."Still I Reach"3:18
8."Embracing Emptiness"3:31
9."A Perpetual Need"3:50
10."Numb Sensitive"3:24
Total length:37:08


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