Having been a Muse fan since they were (quite justly) heralded by the NME as the second coming, it really does pain me to report that their fourth studio album, 'Black Holes and Revelations' is their weakest; by far. Gone are the bombastic rock anthems, proposterously brilliant solos and crashing drum cresendos and in their place is a misguided attempt to create a new sound.
Of the eleven tracks on offer, only one could be considered an out and out rock number, 'Assassins', and at that it would have merely been an OK filler track on their previous albums. Musically,they seem to have lost their way and unlike Radiohead, who went full into techno noodling with Kid A, have tried to… Read more
Let me just start by saying that this game is the finest experience you can have with your broadband connection. It's the pinnace of online entertainment and if anything wants to beat it, it's going to have to start worshiping the dark arts cos that's the only way for it to happen. I had heard stories of games like Everquest and Planetside taking over peoples lives and being an enthusiastic gamer myself I was looking forward to my sleepy little village getting BB connection installed so I could see what all the fuss was about. I have to say though, I was a little disappointed when I saw them, (very slow and barren). WOW however is neither of these things. You choose between good… Read more
Radiohead WERE once the greatest rock band of all time, until they released this squidge of mud schizz. Mr Thom "oh, I'm soooo bored of all our previous crappy stuff and rock in general" Yorke had to take over and start banging on dustbins and farting in Lionel Richie's face whilst on LSD and then recording the after-birth. Mr Thomas Yorkington the fifth was soooo wrong; all the stuff he hated was great and this got so much undeserved praise form America that he probably still lives in a bubble were this is good. The follow up "Amnesiac" which was cut from the same recording session and is it's sister album was far superior and got little of the praise of KidA, which is just… Read more