Heavy Rocks (2002 album)

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This article is about the 2002 album. For the other Boris album, released in 2011, see Heavy Rocks (2011 album).
Heavy Rocks
Studio album by Boris
Released 2002
Length 47:20
Boris chronology
Megatone
(2002)
Heavy Rocks
(2002)
Boris/The Dudley Corporation
(2003)
Singles from Heavy Rocks
  1. "1970 / Wareruraido"
    Released: December 2002 (2002-12)

Heavy Rocks is the fourth album by Japanese band Boris. Music videos were shot for the tracks "1970" and "Korosu" and were originally able to be seen on FoodUnited's website, however, this has been discontinued. Both videos were later included on the 2003 DVD, Live at Shimokitazawa Shelter. Alternate takes of "Korosu" and "1970" appear on Variations.[1]

Track listing[edit]

Unusually, only a few tracks on the original release are in Japanese (4, 8, and 9).

No. Title Length
1. "Heavy Friends"   4:49
2. "Korosu"   4:48
3. "Dyna-Soar"   3:44
4. "Wareruraido" (ワレルライド) 2:44
5. "Soft Edge"   3:50
6. "Rattlesnake"   2:16
7. "Death Valley"   6:56
8. "Koei" (孤映) 3:54
9. "Kane -The Bell Tower of a Sign-" ( -The Bell Tower of a Sign-) 8:28
10. "1970"   4:58

Personnel[edit]

Pressing history[edit]

Year Label Format Country Out of Print? Notes
2002 Quattro/UK Discs CD Japan No (Original pressing sold out. Reprinted in 2009) -

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