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3.0 out of 5 stars PATCHY ALBUM...SLIGHTLY REPRIEVED BY THE BONUS COVER TRACKS..., 12 Jan. 2009
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Adam Jackson (Stoke On Trent , England) - See all my reviews
This review is from: Uncivilization (Ltd) (Audio CD)
I find this to be a little bit patchy. The tracks are good in places, but then are also very average in others. And the production is perhaps a little TOO raw. Seinfeld's bass is perhaps not as upfront as I would like, the drums are just a bit too simplistic and the lead guitar work continues to be a let down. It's a very disjointed affair, with a lot of guest spots from members of Pantera, Slipknot, Hatebreed & the odd DJ etc. Possilbly the band were looking at more commercial acceptance and riding the Nu Metal wave of 2001? Certainly acts such as Linkin Park are only too quick to name check Evan & co as major influences!
On the plus side, I like the packaging, and enjoyed the cover tracks at the end, particularly the Carnivore & Cro Mags ones! JUST DOUBLE CHECK THEY ARE ON THIS EDITION THOUGH....
It's a shame Biohazard didn't ever do a full on covers album as I think it would have worked for them.
Personally, I prefer earlier albums, New World Disorder (my fav!) or Urban Discipline.
This is not an awlful album though and has it's moments. Loved the sampling in places, particularly on the controversial track about Aids being created as a method of population control. The Rap influence is also quite strong on this album. A slightly perverse band lyrically at times though. Evan Seinfeld is at least part Jewish ancestry, and yet the band do seem to take a Right Wing stance?
It should be noted that the subsequent albums, Kill Or Be Killed (Bio's heaviest, almost Death Metal influenced at times) and the final album, Means To An End did offer better production, and more cohesive songwriting.
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