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Anvil Vapre
Anvil Vapre
Offered by EliteDigital UK
Price: £18.95

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars autechno!, 14 May 2003
This review is from: Anvil Vapre (Audio CD)
This is a cracking little gem in autechre's huge back catalogue, mixing the ususal abstract melodies and noises with some absolutely thumping beats. Despite only being four tracks long this EP really packs a punch!
I would describe this as a must-have for any autechre fan not just the die-hards. In fact, 'second bad vilbel' is one of the best pieces they've ever released and almost worth the money by itself!
top material!

All Killer No Filler - Sum 41 CD
All Killer No Filler - Sum 41 CD
Offered by skyvo-direct
Price: £6.06

4.0 out of 5 stars Keep working at it!^_^, 22 Sept. 2001
The rather young age of Sum 41 makes it hard to believe that this is the band's second album. These guys are probably the most energetic and charismatic band around today in the increasingly crowded world of pop-punk, so much so that it's safe to say that this record is actually exhausting to listen to! AKNF has all that you could want from a pop-punk record, plunk it in the CD player and be entertained and kept happy for the duration. The only criticism is that Sum 41's influences are all too apparent, many of the tracks sound way too much like Green-Day or Blink 182 numbers. Sum 41's sound has so much potential but still has to mature and go in different directions before they will be truly original.

L.d. 50
L.d. 50
Price: £5.99

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Impressive..., 9 Sept. 2001
This review is from: L.d. 50 (Audio CD)
If you do not normally listen to nu-metal or any music of that noisy, shouty ilk because you find it brainless and unstimulating then mudvayne will be a real breath of fresh air. Offering a unique jekyll+hyde vocal style with quiet and haunting vocals in the versesm, intercut with some crazy riffs and deep throaty shouting from the frontman. This gives a paranoid almost schizophrenic feel to the whole record. as a side note mudvayne seem to be the only band in their genre to actually claim to have any artistic merit at all, citing Stanley Kubrick as a major inspiration for this record. This album also has the cleverest name I have seen...

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