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Duality Single

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 3 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single
  • Label: Universal
  • ASIN: B0001ZWGGK
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #171,856 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Album Description

Taken from the 2004 album 'Vol. 3 - The Subliminal Verses'. Three non-LP tracks, 'Duality' (edit), 'Don't Get Close' (B-side), 'Disasterpiece' (taken from live DVD), & 'Duality' (Video). Polygram.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
tracklisting June 1 2004
By ajd_666 - Published on
Format: Audio CD
the tracklisting for this cd is
1) Duality
2) Don't Get Close
3) Duality Video (Directors Cut)
I believe that's it but I might be wrong. Check out to make sure. Anyway "Duality" kicks ass. It took me a while to get used to because their new sound kinda sounds too Stone Sour-ish. But after listening to the new album a couple of times I got used to it, and now I'm actually kinda glad they changed their sound because it keeps things fresh and there wasn't much more they could do with their old style of playing. It would have just gotten old really quick. But yeah "Duality" is a great song and I'm a hardcore Slipknot fan so I will be getting this CD just for "Don't Get Close". That song isn't all the great, but who cares.. it's Slipknot. Haha.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
What songs does it have? May 26 2004
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Yeah I too want to know what songs it has. Ive seen the picture of the cover, it looks really cool. It took me ages to find though. Heres the website where you can see the cover pic
Copy paste that into your browser
When your in click enter then you will see it on the main page, and click full story to see it bigger. But this site doesnt have the track list either, which im trying to find out
Kick-ass track from Slipknot Dec 14 2005
By Music Basement - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Love em or hate em, Slipknot has always blended heavy guitar playing with screaming. And even though this is in "Duality", it is not so much... should I say... noticed. The song is a classic, no-dubt. There is talking in the middle, screaming for the chorus, and great guitar playing. Overall, Slipknot, who I dont care much for, has released a classic single in "Duality". I would recommend going and downloading the single somewhere else instead of buying the single, or just get "Vol. 3: The Subliminal Verses".

As for the other two songs, one is a b-side and the other is a live track. Both these songs are not worth the 12.99 they are charging you for the single, so dont even bother buying this. You could probably also download them online for a grand total of 3.00. Big spending! Even though the two other songs suck, "Duality" is a classic nontheless.
AWSOME!! May 5 2004
By M. A. Nickel - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Sure in this single slipknot turned away from thier brute force roots and went a little "easier to listen with out wanting to kill" type. But you still hear some flashes of anger. It is truly a great piece. And to see the video go to [...] music launch and watch it.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Channelled Force May 6 2004
By ConstantConsumer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Though always consummate musicians, often Slipknot let their bent for mayhem outweigh the music - even when the music was mayhem. This song shows they've gained the strength to not only control their fury and energy, but to wield it as a weapon. If their first album can be likened to the mad rants of Stoker's Renfield, this one song shows they've advanced to Harris's calm, nefarious Lector. Time will tell which is the more powerful. As to whether or not a die-hard Slipknot fan will like Duality, this one does.