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And the only reason you collect them is because you feel unimportant and worthless So go on. Impress your friends.
Collect everything you can. Keep collecting Rating: 1. Cruz was the innocent little chap who said all those cute things to father Bill Bixby and Mrs.
Livingston one of the hottest Asian babes ever to hit television. Brandon is a big boy now, and he's lost his innocence. This curious disc is a culmination of recordings Cruz has amassed over the years. More a curiosity than anything else, this disc features no less than four???
The rest of the disc features punk tunes on which Cruz penned the lyrics the music was written by other folks. This isn't as listenable as it is peculiar. May possibly be a collectable at some point in the future These fellows' pop music is highly produced and orchestrated, sometimes to excess. This, the band's fourth release, contains a wealth of good material The standout tracks are "This Thing Together" and "Beautiful Turnback Time Machine," the latter of which sounds like a great single from the sixties.
This band has a lot going for them I'd like to see them expand on their lyrics which may be the weakest link in the chain. Good stuff. Fortunately, the music contained on the actual disc may surprise you. From the fright cover, you'd think this would be death metal or doom and gloom noise. Instead, Damnation is a pure rock and roll band complete with driving rhythms and devil-may-care vocals. They're a damn good rock band, too. Instead of going for gimmicks and lots of clever instrumental shifts the band mostly just plays it straight.
First, they play loud and heavy yet their vocalist actually sings melodies and you can usually understand what he is singing about.
Secondly, the band's keyboards are reminiscent of progressive seventies bands which adds a somewhat orchestral sound to the tunes.
Third, and most importantly, the band writes good songs and pads them with way-above-average arrangements. It's almost like listening to death metal with touches of synth pop added in for good measure. Mixing pleasure with pain is a difficult accomplishment in the world of music, yet these folks seem to have mastered the art. On Obsoletethe band's latest release, they're as harsh and cruel sounding as ever. It's too bad that there are so many samey bands playing death metal these days, because all those inferior bands give the genre a bad name.
But then again, they also make a reviewer appreciate a band like Fear Factory The band's bonecrushing sound is not for everyone. It's an odd lifestyle, that's for sure. It just goes to show there's something for everyone. Fear Factory score In case you haven't already heard, this four CD set was created so that all four discs are to be played simultaneously on four different CD players. I first heard Zaireeka played the way it was intended to be played at an acquaintance's birthday party with four stereos spinning the discs at high volume.
A heady trip it was indeed, sounding almost like a dream of vast proportions. Now, listening to the discs one at a time, my reaction is the same. The Flaming Lips just keep going further and further into the deep, while still recording and producing music that is credible and puzzling. This band is light years ahead of their time, which probably isn't such a good thing for sales. Artistically speaking, however, the Lips always deliver just what I need.
A delightfully bizarre and mentally challenging treat. Rating: 5. Boasting a sound that is something like a cross between The Jam and The Stranglersthese guys have a big, ballsy sound and some catchy damn songs. This isn't straightforward punk These guys' music lands somewhere between the two. Call it hard pop, if you will. These guys are tight Physically, Godhead resemble Marilyn Manson. The band hails from Washington, D. On Power Tool Stigmatathe band presents some interesting musical ideas that are downplayed somewhat by the vocals, Album).
Basically a good listen, with the exception of the cover of "Eleanor Rigby" which would have been better left in the ground. CD, Warner Bros. There's certainly money and a certain calculated manner Album) the tunes on Lisa Hall 's debut CD. But despite this, Ms. Hall's tunes are credible, hummable, and well arranged. Her breathy vocal overlays sound rather grand indeed over the safe and steady rhythms, creating highly produced toe tapping music with brains.
Ten tunes including "Comatose," "The Sign," and "Secret. In case you don't already know the rags to riches story, Hayden recorded an album in his parent's bedroom which ended up being a huge commercial success on the Canadian music charts. Since that time Hayden has continued writing and recording extraordinary music that has thus far only caught on in Born Against - Statuesque - Arbiters Anonymous (CD minor way in the United States. Though I love this guy's music, I had the feeling that a live show might not be terribly exciting.
After all, most of the music is mid-tempo or very soft. His backup band was mindblowing Everyone switched instruments constantly, without sacrificing quality. Of course, Hayden's true element came forward during the acoustic section of the show which demonstrated that this fellow's songs are strong enough to stand on their own without any backup whatsoever.
Still, hearing material I know and love played with some extra backing meat was a real treat. In addition to being a powerful performer Hayden managed to keep everyone's attention despite the fact that he kept his eyes closed during most of his songsthis cool Canadian also displayed a keen sense of connecting with his audience You would think from the introspective, serious nature of his music that Hayden would Album) a very serious performer.
His in-between song patter had the audience in stitches. This was easily one of the best concerts of the year Born Against - Statuesque - Arbiters Anonymous (CD a songwriter who is just hitting the prime of his career.
Get in on the ground floor. Hayden is the BEST. Rating: 6. That is, lots and lots of groups release the things in between their REAL releases. Remixes can be very good or mere filler, but they are almost never as good as a band's normal releases. This is the case with this disc of remixes from babysue favorites The High Llamas. Yes, this is eons better than most remix CDs Oh well.
This just makes us hungry for the next regular studio full-length Anyone who doesn't know that is an idiot. Homosexuals are, unfortunately, a rather pathetic lot. They claim to be progressive while at the same time being very closed minded and prejudiced. Their taste is predictable and samey. They act phony No wonder almost all of them want to stay in little groups all amongst themselves.
After all, who would WANT these people around except for others of their own kind? Sorry homosexuals. I'd like to give you all a high rating because I think you have the potential to be really cool people.
But this is the real world. And, in reality, you are simply shitty and depressing. CD, A. Back To You Today! Howes' third full-length, and it's another smashup collection of killer pop. It's no wonder this guy has become a favorite among pop music reviewers across the country. I can't figure out why a record company has not signed this fellow, as his material is eons better than most of the pop slop that comes into this office. Just as on his previous releases, Kenny writes and plays everything except drums.
The music harkens back to pop from the late seventies and early eighties. There are lots of Beatles influences, and the guitar playing in particular reminds me of British groups from the late seventies. These tunes feature some very intricate arrangements, creating a semi-psychedelic sound. But once again, it's those super clean vocals and harmonies that send these compositions way up into the clouds and away.
A clean hit. When I think of women whose music matters most in the nineties, her name immediately comes to mind. Husik's music doesn't fit in any particular genre.
The only constant in her string of releases is that the material is always top notch. For this release Beaumont Hannant takes charge of the beat generation duties. Together, he and Ms. Husik create some trance-like pop pieces that are both heady and rhythmic. Includes an obtuse cover of The Jam 's "Monday. Despite all the frustrating obstacles of the shitty world of music, Jeremy continues writing and recording some of the most uplifting and beautiful pop that the world has ever known. Pop Heaven is possibly Mr.
Morris' strongest release to date. The disc is full of unashamedly positive pop that stands out like cheez whiz in a world awash with too many artists trying way too hard to be different and unique. Jeremy has the amazing ability to take trite musical cliches and make them sound totally genuine and unique.
This could possibly be because instead of just hashing out generic music he puts his heart and soul into his tunes. The only slight problem with this CD is that it's heavy on the treble, which can easily be remedied by the simple twist of a knob. Can't find it? I had heard of this band before who could forget the name? Jon Cougar Concentration Camp tunes are extremely simple in nature, but they are slammed out as if there isn't going to be any tomorrow. Above all, they're got some killer tunes.
Our favorites are "Clique" and the aforementioned "C'mon, Baby C'mon. The guy is simply in a class all by himself, and this has never been more true than on Noon Chill. I received this disc late, but I had been reading all kinds of reviews where the general consensus seemed to be that everyone was confused by this CD. Now I know why. Although comparisons are almost worthless in trying to describe this, try to imagine Donovan singing Brazilian pop tunes.
That should at least give you some idea of what this is like. Lindsay's material is very subtle. Yes, it is very offbeat and strange Most of the other reviews of this disc were not overly positive.
Our own personal view is that this is one of Mr. Lindsay's best. As always, the production and arrangements are superb.
In particular, the songs this time around are exceptional A very solid release from start to finish featuring odd compositions like "Whirlwind," "Anything," "Take My Place," and "Reentry.
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