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Mr. P. J. Wright "taimos"

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Price: 29.56

8 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars truth, fiction and film spitting, 10 May 2011
This review is from: Goblin (Audio CD)
Every critic of Tyler gets preemptively answered on this album, and most of their comments so far have been pretty much invalid. It works both as a single body of work and as a sequel to 'Bastard'. The beats are fantastic, especially on 'Tron Cat' and the Left Brain produced 'Transylvania'. Syd The Kid's production is tight and balances the skits, vocal effects and noises almost flawlessly.

Lyrically a lot of the tracks revolve around Tyler talking about the frustrations in his life, and a lot of the 'misogynist' content can be seen as a by-product of this. Sometimes it's sad to listen to, sometimes hilarious. It makes you jump up and shout, or sit down and be mellow, and sometimes you think you're listening to the audio commentary on a film.

Journalists and reviewers need to stop using it to generalize modern music and stop comparing it to every other rap album. It is what it is.

And it gets better with every listen.
Wolf Gang.

Worse Than Alone
Worse Than Alone
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars They've finally hit perfection., 10 Mar 2009
This review is from: Worse Than Alone (Audio CD)
Throughout thier last 3 studio albums, tntllu have been constantly evolving. And with 'Worse Than Alone', they seemed to have created a masterpiece.
I won't bore you with analysing each song, but suffice to say, they have mixed the frantic, fast paced energy and changes of thier earlier work with a more focused, almost power metal sound. Experimenting with a huge array of vocal styles and genres, every song is interesting, refreshing and well, just brilliant.

go buy it.

Meet Me in St Louis
Meet Me in St Louis
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars and with the right kind of eyes..., 22 May 2007
This review is from: Meet Me in St Louis (Audio CD)
This album is really, really good. Every song is class. They even manage to pull of the whole 'acoustic last track' thing. BUY IT. They just recorded and album which should be out in the next few months and it promises to be even better. Oh BTW, the title of this album isn't 'Meet Me In St. Louis' it is 'and with the right kind of eyes you can almost see the high water mark that place where the wave finally broke and rolled back'

oh PS agreeing with the person below me they sound even better live!

Price: 12.55

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing., 8 May 2007
This review is from: Manipulator (Audio CD)
The better your speakers are the better this album sounds simply because you need the good sound quality to really see all the complexities in this album. Each song is wonderful, you can see that they have drawn influences from far and wide and it shows. In parts it sounds prog-rocky, some parts metal, some parts more poppy, really varying from song to song. Even Thomas Erak's solo piece 'Caught Up' works on the album although it may not be to everyone's taste. If you like music, buy this album, but make sure to approach it with an open mind.

Mantrap The Surveyors (And Kiss The Weather Girls)
Mantrap The Surveyors (And Kiss The Weather Girls)
Price: 6.52

5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing, 21 April 2007
Takes a little while to get into but this album is amazing if you like contrasting screaming/singing vocals, intricate guitarwork, good beats and more. There isn't a bad song. That's all i've got to say. Only gripe is that the lyrics don't come with it, although there are some lyrics inside, but they arn't any of the songs.

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