The Color Insane - The Color Insane album
Insane is the third album by Swedish Heavy Metal band Syron Vanes, released in 2003. It was produced by Anders Hahne. The album was recorded in Anders Hahne's Smallhouse Studios studio 2003. This was the album that would mark Syron Vanes comeback. All the songs were mixed and mastered in February 2003. The final release medium was on CD. Musically this album have more modern approach than the albums from the eighties.
The full citation is: Color Preference in the Insane, Siegfried E. Katz, Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, vol. 26, no. 2, July 1931, pp. 203–11. Assisted by a Dr. Cheney, Dr. Katz tested 134 hospitalized mental patients. For simplicity’s sake, he limited the testing to six colors: red, orange, yellow, green, blue and violet. They were three inches apart. The colors were numbered haphazardly and the number of each color placed above it. The cardboard was presented to the patient and he was asked to place his finger on the number of the color he liked best. After he had made the choice he was asked in a similar manner for the next best color, and so on. Some of the patients cooperated well, and made six choices. Others, Dr. Katz reported, quickly lost interest and made only one, two or three. Blue was the most popular color.
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The teaser photo features a black and yellow color theme and the boys were dressed up as skaters. Some of the members were even rocking apparel from old school brand�Stussy. We don't have a definitive date for the release or the name of the title track, but it looks like the mini album is titled 'Insane'! Stay tuned on allkpop�for further information on their comeback.
|2||Not A Thing|
|6||Return The Hunter|
|8||State Of Mind|
- Bass – Brian Voorhries
- Drums – Keith Keeran
- Guitar – James Tagawa
- Vocals – Triton Gulczynski
NotesSpecial Guest - Danny Bristow
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- Barcode: 6 00398 00692 1