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Queen Of The Damned (Music From The Motion Picture)
Queen Of The Damned (Music From The Motion Picture)
Price: £5.31

2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An exceptional soundtrack, cant wait for the score!, 10 May 2002
I originally bought the soundtrack to this film prior to watching the film but didnt think as much of them til i saw the film and suddenly all the songs made so much sense! Each of the 5 finely crafted songs originally sung by Jon Davis really blended perfectly to the film, although it was a shame his versions are not available on the soundtrack! However, i think that wayne static, david draiman and jay gordon really captured the spirit of the songs. I think that chester bennington's and marilyn manson's (even though I'm a fan of his work) vocals just didnt fit the song particularly well. The other songs like cold is superb, although i was disappointed that down with the sickness was so heavily edited! nevertheless, a superb album, and a pleasure to listen to.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Get Down With The Sickness!, 23 April 2002
This review is from: Sickness (Audio CD)
This album IS AMAZING! Disturbed are possibly the best new band I've heard in a very long time, it crosses new bridges in rock music, leaving the bands such as Linkin Park and Nickelback in the gutter where they probably belong. The Sickness is a refreshingly good CD overall, each of the tracks displaying their own unique heavy guitar riffs, flowing drums and amazing vocals from David Draiman (how he does that stuff with his voice, I'll never know! But it does sound damn good!) particular songs that stand out are 'Down with the Sickness' 'Stupify' and 'Shout 2000' which really reflect the darkness of Draiman's impressive vocals. Best album of 2001 without a shadow of a doubt. Two words: BUY IT!

Bloodflowers (CD)
Bloodflowers (CD)
Price: £4.99

1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Breathtaking Masterpiece, 12 Aug. 2001
This review is from: Bloodflowers (CD) (Audio CD)
I have read numerous reviews of people saying how awful Bloodflowers is. I was a bit hesitant in buying it to start with, but i can reasuringly say i made a good buy. Bloodflowers makes an interesting change from some of The Cure's more hyper songs such as "Why Can't I Be You?" and "Hot, Hot, Hot!!!" I was quite surprised by the difference between this album and their earlier works, but not disappointed. Bloodflowers is a masterpiece. I though "Watching Me Fall" was a little too long, but songs such as "There Is No If..." reminded me of earlier works such as "Lovesong" and "Pictures Of You" but the song which most appealed to me was "Where The Birds Always Sing." This track somehow seemed more 'Cure-like' than most others in the style of music used and the well written lyrics by Smith.

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