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5.0 out of 5 stars Blood Splattered Punk
Walk Among Us ranks amongst one of the most infamous punk albums of all time, and despite its lack of recognition Earth A.D is a natural progression.

All the typical pop hooks and catchy vocals are present, along with an even more thrashy sound and gorier lyrics. If Danzig was quoted as 'the evil Elvis' then its songs like Bloodfeast, Green Hell and We Bite...
Published on 26 Nov. 2007 by Chris C

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1.0 out of 5 stars Tragic
This bears little or no resemblence to what the Misfits had done previously. For the most part it's hardcore/thrash nonsense with no melody what ever in evidence. I'd stick to Static Age and Walk Among Us if I were you.
Published on 4 Sept. 2007 by Six


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5.0 out of 5 stars Blood Splattered Punk, 26 Nov. 2007
This review is from: Earth A.D. (Audio CD)
Walk Among Us ranks amongst one of the most infamous punk albums of all time, and despite its lack of recognition Earth A.D is a natural progression.

All the typical pop hooks and catchy vocals are present, along with an even more thrashy sound and gorier lyrics. If Danzig was quoted as 'the evil Elvis' then its songs like Bloodfeast, Green Hell and We Bite that clarify it.

Ultimately Earth A.D doesn't quite reach the heights of Walk Among Us, but any one who calls themselves a Misfits fan must buy this. Come on, with Die, Die My Darling, Death Comes Ripping, Queen Wasp and a new version of the classic Mommy, Can I go Out and Kill Tonight?, it's bloody great.
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4.0 out of 5 stars The Misfits Who said change was bad?, 4 Jun. 2004
This review is from: Earth A.D. (Audio CD)
The Misfits 1983 release & third album Earth a.d was a completley new concept compared to their 2 previous albums 'Walk among Us' and 'Static age'. As the band had moved into a faster era of playing (known as hardcore), they decided to change their
own sound to suit this style of playing (so they
wouldnt sound dated). Some of the tracks on the
album were amazingly fast, such as 'Demonomania', 'Devilock', 'Mommy can I go out and Kill Tonight' and the well known 'Death comes Ripping'.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Hardcore punk at its best, 26 Nov. 2003
This review is from: Earth A.D. (Audio CD)
This album is loads heavier than any other misfits album, but equally as ace! suck classics as Die Die Die my darling and death comes ripping, fast paced, catchy and heavy cant be passed up as candidates for some of the best misfits songs ever. Although Last caress still holds that title in my mind. If your a fan of misfits and of hardcore punk then this is ideal for you!!!!!!!
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1.0 out of 5 stars Tragic, 4 Sept. 2007
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This bears little or no resemblence to what the Misfits had done previously. For the most part it's hardcore/thrash nonsense with no melody what ever in evidence. I'd stick to Static Age and Walk Among Us if I were you.
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