Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about COC* - America's Volume Dealer at Discogs. Complete your COC* collection. Shame, Corrosion of Conformity, shame. The production here is nice, but that's hardly a compliment. "Wiseblood" was also good in the sound quality department. After much anticipation, America's Volume Dealer delivers the goods. COC stays true to their style, but don't expect this to be Deliverance II. Instead, the band. This album doesn't have a full hand of well-written tunes, though there are cool moments in each song as well as several straight-up highlights. Of course, I still expect to hear good music, whatever my mood when I listen to it. They sound quite rockish and a little soft, although actually not a million miles from what they were like on 'Wiseblood', especially when you hear the snare pummelling on 'Diablo Blvd' and compare it to 'The Americas volume dealer corrosion of conformity Has No Head'. The band don't deliver to the utmost of their ability yet, again, this could be down to the nature of the album. I must say that the production of the drums doesn't entirely suit my tastes.