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Product details

  • Audio CD (3 May 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: One Little Indian Records
  • ASIN: B000024D8G
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 170,786 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. The Future Free
  2. Belittled And Beaten Down
  3. Sleeping With Heaven
  4. Love Me Forever
  5. Candy Floss
  6. Life Tomorrow
  7. Zebra Head
  8. Unit Shifter
  9. Diamond Of The Desert
  10. Mosquito
  11. Greatest God's Devine
  12. Voice For A Generation
  13. Looking for an Angel

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Format: Audio CD
For those of you that don't know, this is the last full-length album by Daisy Chainsaw. This is post-Katie Jane Garside (after she left the group), and pre-Queen Adreena (when Katie Jane Garside & Crispen Grey got back together and formed a new, different band). The sound of the guitars, etc. is the same, but the vocals are marketedly different (A new vocalist is chosen for the group in this outing). Any die-hard fan knows that there is no replacement for Katie Jane's gruff vox/howl that she is known for in 11teen or the other ep's released when she was in the band. I have not found any singer before or since that has replicated this sound (including Katie Jane, ironically, as she chooses a more melodic tone for Queen Adreena). Still, this is a great CD for die-hard fans. Just think Daisy Chainsaw with a little more old-school sounding goth in the vocals. 11teen still remains in my top ten albums of all time. I wonder if Crispen & Katie Jane will ever venture into another project, or reform the fierceness that was Daisy Chainsaw? Good luck in ever finding this CD if you want it! I saw it once in Virgin Megastore in Hollywood, CA, USA, (quite a few years back) and I snatched it up so fast, and have never seen it since.
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the second daisy chainsaw album is a lot more melodic than the first(eleventeen)but no less powerful/the vocals are markedly different to katie janes but the new vocalist does crispin grays superb songs justice/if you like queen adreena get this album/you will not be dissapointed/its a shame this album is virtually unknown as this wipes the floor with 95% of indie music around at the moment/a winner and highly recommended
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Eleventeen had a lot of good tracks on it but it was never an album I felt comfortable listening to end to end.
When KJG left the band, I wasn't interested in hearing anything else without her, I mean, how could anybody else fill those tiny ragged barefoot urchin shoes?

So, I came to this album late, through a youtube playlist and it took me a few songs before I realised that the singer was different. Enough time to listen without prejudice.

This album is absolutely awesome. Powerful riffing guitars play across thumping basslines while Belinda Leith's vocals float effortlessly on the surface.
Belinda almost sings like KJG, you could say she's like KJG on anti-depressants. The screaming and histronics are completely absent but there is still a good deal of emotion present, albeit restrained.

But Daisy Chainsaw wasn't just a KatieJane vehicle, it was a great guitar band. And that's what you have here. A great album by an experienced and inspired band with a raw, original sound and just the right amount of crunch.

A solid effort, undeservedly overlooked.
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Format: Audio CD
Loved Daisy Chainsaw's first album, heard Diamond of the Desert and thought this was more of the same. Sadly, most of the album isn't like that song, I sit there listening to it and can't shake the thought... sounds like Transvision Vamp.
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HASH(0xacad2d98) out of 5 stars ********** 19 Jun. 2004
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Format: Audio CD
Album full of variety, excellent music. Some truly great stuff that you just can;t help singing along to. Opens with very strong track "The future free" and the rest of the album maintains the same standard. Best track would have to be number 7 - Zebra head it's Amazing. The album as a whole, makes a nice change from all the mainstream, if yr looking for something different, then this one's definitely worth a listen. Highly reccommended.
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