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  • Audio CD (6 May 2002)
  • Label: Black Phoenix
  • ASIN: B000067DQH
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 643,464 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 18 July 2003
'Taint' and 'Black Eye Riot' having been kicking around the Welsh live scene for quite some time now, and have gathered a fair amount of interest, due to their blistering live shows, and high profile support slots. Including Clutch and Orange Goblin.
First up on this split are Taint who Weigh in with the mighty 'Days Of The Basilisk' a fantastic three minute slab of bitter emotion. Make no mistake the guitars on all three of Taint's tracks are huge, but it's on 'I Fulfill I' that they really start to rumble. A simple riff builds and builds to epic proportions and then just lets rip, much like Isis if they were stripped of their pretensions. The Tool esque ( and brillianty titled) 'Chevy Chase' is their final offering, its quiet intro gives way to a wall of guitar, that is sent ceashing toward its finale.
Now Black Eye Riot are a different kettle of fish all together. Coming along like Raging Speedhorn with a more violent intent, these boys certainly know how to rip your face off. Complexity is not the key to their power, its more down to the blunt riffs and viscious lyrics. Song titles such as 'Freeform Loser' and 'Back With A Boot' should give you a fair idea. Their best offering however is the brilliantly nasty 'The (Expletive Deleted)' A harmonica gives way to a brutal riff which the two singers yell profanities over, it ends with the title repeatedly being screamed in a suitably demonic fashion. Not big, not clever but thoroughly enjoyable none the less.
If these bands were boxers Taint would have all the grace and power of Mohhamed Ali. Black Eye Riot on the other hand would be Mike Tyson on speed, with a flick knife, and five mates to back him up. Both are highly effctive in their own way.
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