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Slave To The Grind
Slave To The Grind
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Their best album..., 30 Jun. 2002
This review is from: Slave To The Grind (Audio CD)
How do i write a review for an album that i still scream along to now...10 years on.. in my car!? Its worth the entrance fee just to experience the powerful opening track with a gorjuss intro (stop me if i get over the top) that is "Monkey Business". The groove that is laid down is so infectious and you just get compelled to sing along. The next two songs fly by with some great riffs and outstanding vocals ("Slave to the Grind", "The Threat") and then we come to what i consider to be the best song the Skids have done. "Quicksand Jesus" is what some call a power ballad but the power of the transition from acoustic to electric is so powerful and coupled with Sebastian Bachs' unreal vocal performance and the usual thought provoking lyrics(very evident on the entire album)it creates a memorable song. The album continues on with the good "Psycho Love" and the crazy "Get the F*ck Out" only to be followed by a very groove laiden- "Living on a Chain Gang"..impressive twin guitar solo here. "In a Darkened Room" follows "Creepshow" and is another ballady track with a great guitar melody(repeated by Bach in the song) and more strong vocals. A more pacy "Riot Act" provides some head banging relief before a crunchy "Mudkicker follows it. The album finishes with a tale of grief on "Wasted Time" and rounds off a rollercoaster of an album that i recommend to any self respecting metalhead who appreciates someone who can really sing and prefers songs with melody and deep lyrics.


LMA Manager 2001
LMA Manager 2001

0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars disappointed, 30 Aug. 2001
This review is from: LMA Manager 2001 (Video Game)
I bought this game the first day of release with a great deal of excitement. I had bought, played and virtually lived with the original version and found the 2001 update to be poor. The much vaunted "dug out tactic" just doesn't work in practice, the gameplay and playability has been changed when , to be quite honest, it should of been left alone. Lma Manager 1 is the best by far of the two versions and why they felt the need to change a winner so much is way over my head. Do yourself a favour.....don't buy this,and if you haven't already, buy the original Lma Manager and play the best footie management game so far.


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