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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
insane apocalyptic good time death bluegrass 1 Nov. 2007
By Matthew B. Brown - Published on
Format: Audio CD
punk appalachan, death country, there's no way to accurately describe this band. they sound and look insane, possessed by spirits maybe. their music is like the soundtrack to a blood orgy in the country part of hell.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Best Band In New York 6 Aug. 2007
By Andrew Edwards - Published on
Format: Audio CD
The first time I saw this band there were three people there. Every last one of them, me included went insane, danced all night, and bought their album on the spot. Last time they came to my neighborhood in Brooklyn, we had to fight through a line around the block just to get in. This new album remix goes a long way towards capturing their frenetic live sound, but it will never replace the stomping, chanting, black mass of the real thing. Get the album. See them live.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
O'Death rules! 2 Nov. 2007
By C. McCabe - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I saw them twice during the CMJ Marathon - shirtless and mindblowing. Anyone would love this music.
Dirty Bluegrass 25 Jan. 2008
By WolfAmI! - Published on
This is a great album. A very unique take on bluegrass, what I'd call dirty bluegrass. It's raw and gritty and aggressive. Think "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" with a kick in the pants and gravel in the throat.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
An even rootier Femmes 26 April 2009
By lead - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
If you like roots music and eclectic rock as well, you should appreciate how this band has melded both genres. This album really reminds me of the Violent Femmes first two albums, which were basically rootsy acoustic punk. And the vocals are somewhat simililar although more squeaky and creaky is the O'Death vocalist. This album is acoustic at heart, eccentric in spirit, pure in its energy, and uplifting in its sound. I hope these guys stay on course and successful. We really need more like them!

Why four stars and not five? I guess it's because some parts drone on a bit too long for me--but that's only a few minutes of dissatisfaction!
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