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21 of 91 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars spit on me, kurt, 7 Mar. 2005
This review is from: Nevermind (Audio CD)
it was a warm summers day when me could pal 'Jimmy Magee threw on the new fad which something called Nirvana. It most certainly had an impact in the old folks home. Jeekers what a fright! For me it was the day that music died when Nirvana knocked off that nice boy Micheal J off the top of the album charts. A nasty wretched little album which only encourages those lazy alienated masses of people. For Aprils fools day we got it played in the old folks home over the intercome for a little petite joke. The shock of it saw off another 20. Nirvana do have a little bit of potential indeed but they really need to channel their energies more towards where their strengths lie, which is of course alt-country. On a further note the murky production which garnered much attention for being innovative was not only influenced by the Pixies, but was outright stolen off Gary Barlow's early Open Road sessions, whose delay saw it being released after Nevermind.
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Burn The Maps
Burn The Maps
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10 of 43 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars revelate this, 7 Mar. 2005
This review is from: Burn The Maps (Audio CD)
an immense letdown. i first heard of this Irish band when i heard of their legendary sessions with the great obscure band OTT. Unfortunately this album does not have that same authentic raw groove that ott's album has There are some risible moments especially the album standout "Fake" which gives the sensation of Glen whispering harshly into the ear. It is the one song in which could have been written in the framses OTT days. They are undoubtably a very interesting band with a small future ahead them. Aiming this album at the teenybopper market does them no favours at all.
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Vol.3 - The Subliminal Verses
Vol.3 - The Subliminal Verses
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9 of 28 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars makes Bon Jovi look like your granny, 7 Mar. 2005
slipknot are a really ok band. There's nothing I enjoy more than locking myself in a dark cupboard, beating myself with a stick as I listen to Iowa. The problem with some people is that you are so narrow-minded that they refuse to dare to enlighten yourselves to the full range of sensations that is Slipknot. They rock so hard and bad that they make Bon Jovi look like your granny. Iowa kicks off at a sensational speed but unfortunately tends to lag towards the end. I think slipknot should stick to what they do best instead of lapsing into Gary Barlow territory.
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