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Songs for the Deaf [CD & DVD Set]
Songs for the Deaf [CD & DVD Set]
Offered by DVD Overstocks
Price: £4.95

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best Stoner Pop ever, 24 Aug. 2002
The amazon reviewer obviously misses the point in this album. It's suppossed to sound like your hungover in a hot desert with nothing but tequila and sand around you. Its good that that is what it represents. Queens follow the tradition of Kyuss where they sing and they love the place they orginate from (the California desert). Therefore this album is brillant on that reason alone. However to make it the amazing album which it is, it also has tons of melody and songs. This is stoner rock with a twist of pop. For some this maybe be tedious and boring (a point which the amazon reviewer makes) however no one is telling you to buy this album. If you enjoy stoner rock you obviously don't find it boring and therefore this is an eagerly awaited album, and you know more or less what to expect ie the briallance of josh hommes and co.
In short buy this album, but not because NME tells you because for them its a flavour of the month thing. They don't know and understand the history and feeling behind stoner rock. Buy it to appreciate and to get into stoner rock, the only true non-fad music out there, and because its a great album.

A Tribute to Tool
A Tribute to Tool
Price: £18.16

16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars A mistake, 17 Jun. 2002
This review is from: A Tribute to Tool (Audio CD)
Anything bearing tool's name gives forward a very high expectation. but this time it just doesn't cut it. you can see the picture. a group of half talented 'artists' decide to make the very loyal tool fans fork out on a so called tribute. well this was a bad idea from the start. None of these songs can even come close to the orginals. So what is the point in buying this. None. These songs just plonder along without any purpose whatsoever. They try and be 'expermentational' but fail miserably. Tool fans beware this is not needed to complete your collection, go listen to the originals instead. This is a complete waste of time. I have no clue why anyone spent money in printing this cd it's absolute rubbish.

Ich Will [CD 2]
Ich Will [CD 2]
Offered by Townsend Records
Price: £32.99

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Single from a Great Band, 17 May 2002
This review is from: Ich Will [CD 2] (Audio CD)
If your not a fan then there is little I can do to persuade you. You either love this band for their orginality and wittiness or you hate them because you let the minor fact of them being german get in the way. This single contains two 'new' songs, and therefore makes it an essential purchase. 'Stripped' (with its contraversial video) does justice to the Depache Mode version. Its quite funny because its rare that you hear Till sing in english. Hallejuah is typical Rammstein, huge riffs, melody, and lots of drama. The A-side is a choice cut from their last album 'Mutter'. It makes a bold statement against does who think just beacause this band is german they are nazis. Anyway if your a fan you should own it, if not well then your the one who loses out.

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