5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on 21 November 2003
You can't really argue with the track selection on 'Lambhouse' as they were chosen by Chris Spencer (Unsane Vocalist/Guitarist) himself. The album travels backwards in time starting with 'Over Me' and 'Committed' from 1998's 'Occupational hazard' and progressing all the way back through 'Scattered, Smothered & Covered' (1995) and 'Total Destruction' (1993) to finish of with 'Exterminator' from 1991's self titled debut. It's a fantastic example of Unsane at their best and is a brilliant starting point for anyone new to the band. And for those of you who are familiar with Unsane then this album also comes with a DVD (which for me was the highlight of the package) which features 4 video's including the controversal 'Body Bomb' and a big collection of live footage from 1992 through to 2003. Indeed it is the 2003 footage where you really get a brilliant look at the talent of Unsane. This really is must buy obviously for Unsane fans but i also highly reccomend it too anyone who's musical taste borders on or includes mid-paced, noisy heavy rock and pummeling bass lines and can apreciate good drumming.