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fila brings it up,
This review is from: The Life and Times of Phoebus Brumal (Audio CD)
I was surprised to read a few folks did not groove to this new release. Now, if this is the first CD you have ever purchased of Fila, then certainly go buy Maim That Tune and Power Clown, and see what all the hype is about. For any true and longtime fan of Fila, how can you not like this? Sure, it is a little more upbeat than the standard Fila fare, but the tracks are all strong, and well produced. I count one dud on the whole CD, and even that is debatable. Did you check out the screaming guitar on Blowhole? or the heavy bass and drum lead-in on La Boulangerie Digitale? This track simply rocks and rates up with their best. Want something down? try the last track In the Kingdome of Sound. You don't like this? Are you crazy? For all those whining about how this new release is tripe, quit buying new Fila releases and just keep replaying Main, Mess, Black Market...
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Initial post: 6 Jul 2009 12:37:24 BDT
Tony B says:
Well here we go Guys and Girls....... Eric has hit the nail on the head!!! Maim that tune was my first delve into the world of Fila, and I loved it from the start. The next two I have bought were indeed LTPB and Power Clown... These are with out a doubt the three albums to buy if you like the more up beat funky side of Fila!! Start with these three and then move on to the others and you wont go far wrong. Enjoy!!
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