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5.0 out of 5 stars A Proper Rock Battering
There simply isn't enough good to say about this record. If you are getting a little tired of the poppy nu metal and generally softer rock that the USA produces so well, then get your listening gear around this and let the Brighton based rockers show you how it is done.
From the first bars of 'Celebrate your Mother' the band carry you off on a twisted tour of...
Published on 9 Jan 2003 by Rob

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3.0 out of 5 stars Grimly Fiendish
I bought this album on the strength of reviews above and have to confess I have had really difficulty reconciling the reviews to the content of the CD that ultimately flopped onto my doormat. For those of us who are a little long in the tooth (particularly for those who may have ever considered filing them to a point), listening to the album will create a queasy feeling...
Published on 13 April 2003 by Sean Jones


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2 of 10 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Grimly Fiendish, 13 April 2003
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Sean Jones "Sean Jones" (London) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: Horse Of The Dog (Audio CD)
I bought this album on the strength of reviews above and have to confess I have had really difficulty reconciling the reviews to the content of the CD that ultimately flopped onto my doormat. For those of us who are a little long in the tooth (particularly for those who may have ever considered filing them to a point), listening to the album will create a queasy feeling of deja ecoute. Then suddenly it will dawn on you: the arch attempts to "shock"; the "rock" tones that keep slipping into a jolly (suitably medicated) psychobilly - why it's the Damned reborn! When it comes to clattering abrasive student-rock, these boys play Hammer Horror to Mclusky's Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Within 10 years they'll all be driving MPVs and their bassist will have had a novelty number one.
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