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Scent Of The Obscene Single, Enhanced, Limited Edition, Maxi


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  • Audio CD (27 Oct 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single, Enhanced, Limited Edition, Maxi
  • Label: Gut Records
  • ASIN: B0000DIGLA
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 115,382 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Scent Of The Obscene - Sikth
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3. Scent of The Obscene (video) - Sikth

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By jeff brown on 29 Oct 2003
Format: Audio CD
Well, what can I say!?
I first heard this band about this time last year on the Radio One Rock Show, and since then i've followed their steady progression! I've not been let down by anything from this band at all! SikTh are incredible!
With the recently released album 'The Tree's Are Dead And Dried Out, Wait For Something Wild', SikTh look set to make a mark in the music business, a really big one at that! Now, with the title track from the album as this, the single, SikTh surely can't go wrong! Incidentally this track is my favourite SikTh song, so i'm very happy that they chose to release it as a single! This cd also contains an Iron Maiden cover of Wrathchild, which is also excellent, a bonus 'crazed/reversed' sounding piece of music, and the video to 'Scent Of The Obscene', which is currently being shown on Kerrang and Scuzz TV!
I have nothing more to say but buy, lol! :) \m/
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By Gazz White on 6 Nov 2003
Format: Audio CD
another great effort from Sikth i would recomend it to anyone;-) even if like me you have the album its still worth buying got a wicked b-side and a video
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Format: Audio CD
Scent of the Obscene, the first single by SikTh. Well it doesn't disappoint, the song itself is awash of Heavy riffs which intermingle with sharp, pearsing drums. Any music fan would surly be surprized but very content with the melodic interlode, which joins the song half way through! Bass is funky yet controlled which holds the song together. Lyrics are just amazing both Mikee and Justin hold there own, and it is clear to see the ideas coming from them are important and meaningful e.g. 'What is your moral for today, is it still lies and trickery?' It is clear to see that this is a talented band, they will go far! The bonus track is an inventive cover of Iron Maiden's Wrathchild, that shows the wide range of music SikTh can put their minds to! The promo video is arty, fun and shows the hardcore SikTh fans tearing it up in the crowd, it is a tribute to the SikTh fans who are as hardcore as shown! The lyrics being in the booklet is great if you want to read them on there own to ponder over what you think they mean! Over all this is a great single well,well,well worth buying and you never know what other surprizes may be on the CD, in true SikTh style!
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Format: Audio CD
Firstly i would like to say that this single is a great introduction to their outstanding album! 'scent of the obscene' really gives it its all,and has a great way of changing from crazy metal to being a bit more melodic in the centre of the song! 'wrathchild' which is a cover of an iron maiden song is absolutely amazing!they really do make it sound excellent and in lots of ways is better than the original version! with two different types of singers and some talented guitar players and a great drummer,it really makes this band shine above the rest!
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Liam Richardson on 14 Oct 2003
Format: Audio CD
With "Sikth's" growing fan base and the fact that the band are great, one would expect the first single off "...wait for something wild" to be something special. And it is.
"Scent Of The Obscene" is a masterpeice from the extreame math metelers. The intense barrage of almost rhyming sound floats though leaving the listener in a complete state of awe. Also Mikee's and Justin's lyrics are so intense and emotional that You feel them inside you. This song shows the greatness of this band and couldnt be better.
The B-side to this couldnt be more stunning than the first track. "Wrathchild" is an unbeleiveable cover of the great "Iron Maiden" track from 1981. It is good to see that "Maiden" are well respected as the monsters of rock and this latest version would even make Bruce Dickinson wish he was in the band when this song was first releised. It sticks to the original very well with that little sikth edge pushes it over the edge of musical greatnesss, and into the realms of "Oh my god, this is good!"
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