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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 22 March 2002
From the cover artwork alone, it's clear that this is something a little different. Indeed, a little special. This 16-track debut album from the Seattle power trio immediately establishes them as contenders in the big league. Fusing Led Zeppelin, Jane's Addiction, Sabbath, Bowie & Floyd, their music is mesmerising, poetic, mystical while maintianing its own individuality and style. Guitar playing is superb, with catchy riffs and soaring solos in equal measure (just how it should be). At times Stoner, at other grunge, always progressive and often psychedelic, GPF encourages you to open your mind to Anyone!
Stand Out tracks:
"Whole World's Insane"
"Don't Wake Me"
"Turnaround"
"Giving Thrills"
"Slaves(part 12)"
"Dear Sylvia"
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 18 February 2001
This cd is one of the greatest of 2001, it is superbly heavy and is definately only for people with a head for rock. Pop fans will be shocked and deafened but fans of alternate metal will be amazed and thouroughly pleased. A FANTASTIC BUY!!!
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This is a Mad album of atmospherics, semi metal like riffage and industrial gothic nuances the album is pretty cool BUT it is far too long clocking in at 67 minute and doesn't have enough memorable moments in it to justify such a length, the music is brooding and has an industrial other worldly quality to it this is good there is plenty of groovy moments and strong bass playing but there is not ever a real urgency to it at all it just kind of plods along at a steady pace being 'Alternative' and just lacks any real fun unfortunatley because some of the music has great potential it just doesn't work up to it. If the album had been about 40 minute and contained less filler it would have been a stellar album I think
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 7 December 2001
Anyone's self-entitled debut album is a classic. Anyone have created their own spectacular style, which is so unique. The music kind of has a mystical feel to it I feel. The music has such passion involved and you can tell that they mean what they are saying as the music has such feeling.
With tracks such as 'Don't Wake Me', the riffs are so catchy and guaranteed you'll be walking along with this tune stuck in your head for days.
All instruments are played spectacularily. Drumming is well done and guitars all in tune (as you would expect!) There is a range of effects in the music which is what gives the music such individuality and style.
This 16-track album is definitely worth the money. Anyone have what it takes to go far in the music industry and take the world by storm!!!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Anyone's self-titled debut album is a must-have! Just from the cover artwork, CD artwork and anarchistic message hidden behind the CD, you feel the awesome power of Anyone's style. With up-tempo songs such as "Don't Wake Me" and "Whole World's Insane" combined with the sheer beauty of the rest of the album, Anyone have created a masterpiece of outstanding quality. Mesmerising, poetic, and simply a different sound that has to be heard to be fully comprehended. Open your mind to Anyone!
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 20 January 2002
Well what can I say, this is got to be the best CD I've bought in the past Ten years or more. "ANYONE" are one of (if not the best) three piece bands that has graced this planet. As for sound-well as already said they sound abit like Led-Zep,Janes Addiction, I would all so throw in a little Rush,Sabbath, maybe R.A.T.M and definitely Saigon Kick into the mix and out comes "ANYONE" a gift from heaven amongst todays nu-metal bands!
Songs that stick out the most are "Giving Thrills,"Don't Wake Me"(big hit),"Slaves(part 12)"(another hit single),"Dear Sylvia"(a hint of Paul Simon maybe?) and "Wait Until Morning" what a gem this! the best power Ballad I've heard since the 1970's. There's not one bad song on this CD and it's been a long time since I've said that I can tell you!
Just one tip though, if you do buy this CD please tell your boss that you'll be taking a weeks leave because if you are like me you'll be that stunned you'll need it to recover!
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0 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 15 March 2002
ok guys we know what kind of crap comes out these days and recently ive seen a couple of good bands Nickelback, Hundred reasons and anyone. Nicelback arent new to me, ive known them for a while (both albums rock, so check them out) but first......
Anyones cd is great mesmorising colourful tunes (yes music does paint pictures)cool guitar solos and a sound which is like led zepplin and smashing pumpkins meets Tool (particularly the first and last track reminds me of tool). But this music isnt a copy of those bands, its very unique it seems to mix metal, grunge, 70s rock sound all at once. Very good, and much better than most bollocks were getting these days, will have to check these guys out live!!! Theres a few complaints i have here the lyrics seems to keep repeating the same thing about salvation, elation, mind pollution..... the words are just a little bit repetitive in places and the other thing is the chorus to "Hitches" i like the song but the chorus is a tad annoying except for the last time through where Riz sings along to the guitar, but the solo to this song and the intro make it all worth while. :>
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