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Force Of Habit - Exodus - Force Of Habit

Many of the song titles are common figures of speech. Force of Habit is Exodus's last release until their live album Another Lesson in Violence and their last studio album until 's Tempo of the Damned, since the band went on two extended hiatuses.

This is Exodus's last album to feature John Tempesta on drums and is also their only album to feature Mike Butler on bass as well as the band's only release without the jagged edged "Exodus" logo that had appeared on all of the band's previous and subsequent releases.

It was later re-released in in a limited edition mini-album packaging to resemble the original vinyl release, including the inner sleeve. This version was remastered and includes the bonus tracks from the Japanese release.

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6 thoughts on “Force Of Habit - Exodus - Force Of Habit ”

  1. Force Of Habit cranks out a bass intro which is later followed by chunky and half-slow chuga-chuga guitars. The song is in the middle in between slow and medium, though the song is catchy. The song is in the middle in between slow and medium, though the song is catchy/5.
  2. Force of habit will hit you every time In your pockets, invade your space Force of habit anytime or anyplace Pay attention keep an eye on all your cash Force of habit will deprive you of your stash.
  3. Exodus - Force of Habit Lyrics. Can't overcome it, it's what I do best I'll pick your pocket for your last red cent It's a disease, I'm stricken like the rest Never return.
  4. Jan 01,  · Force of Habit is the fifth studio album by American thrash metal band Exodus, released on August 17, by Capitol Records in the USA, and Toshiba-EMI in Japan. The songs are a /5(42).
  5. Force of Habit This song is by Exodus and appears on the album Force Of Habit (). Can't overcome it, it's what I do best I'll pick your pocket for your last red cent It's a.
  6. "Force Of Habit" is definitely different from the usual Exodus albums. However, this is the only one of two Exodus albums to get a high ranking on the Billboards.

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