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Born Too Late


Download links and information about Born Too Late by Saint Vitus. This album was released in 1986 and it belongs to Rock, Black Metal, Metal, Death Metal, Alternative genres. It contains 9 tracks with total duration of 47:42 minutes.

Artist: Saint Vitus
Release date: 1986
Genre: Rock, Black Metal, Metal, Death Metal, Alternative
Tracks: 9
Duration: 47:42
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No. Title Length
1. Born Too Late 6:53
2. Clear Windowpane 3:15
3. Dying Inside 7:24
4. H. A. A. G. 5:03
5. The Lost Feeling 5:24
6. The War Starter 6:43
7. Thirsty and Miserable 3:52
8. Look Behind You 3:19
9. The End of the End 5:49



While Saint Vitus maintained the concept it had followed since its beginning—a malevolent and uniquely American interpretation of Black Sabbath’s slow blues—1986’s Born Too Late was an artistic breakthrough for the foursome. The addition of singer Scott “Wino” Weinrich gave the band a gravitas and a focus that'd been missing in its early work. Wino didn’t sing like a teenager in a garage—he was a full-throated Viking. His leadership raised the band’s standard and made Born Too Late its most popular work to date. St. Vitus no longer sounded like a mere imitation of Sabbath but rather developed its own forms with the bluesy swing of “Thirsty and Miserable,” the throttling down-stomp of “Clear Windowpane,” and the hushed menace of “The Lost Feeling.” The crown jewel here is the title track, which functions not only as a great opener but an existential declaration: “I know I don't belong/And there's nothing that I can do/I was born too late/And I'll never be like you.”