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Soundtrack To A Headrush

Soundtrack To A Headrush

1 Mar 2005
4.8 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews

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WOW, this album is superb. From the moment The Hey Man kicks in and slaps you round the face you will realise what im talking about. This album cant be pidgeon-holed, if anything its just pure balls-out rock and roll, snarling screams and slick pop choruses held together by some undeniable hooks. Imagine Daryl Palumbo singing along to Recover and you're almost there. Stand out tracks are The Hey Man, Buy American Machines and The New Violence but this doesnt take anything away from the rest of the record. If you're a fan of Recover, Glassjaw.... if you're a fan of anything get this record
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i first saw Emanuel play live a while back and thought they were absolutely amazing. I had to get the album!!! and i can honely say i was not dissapointed. This ablum lets you know that they defninitely have somthing to shout about. It's not just your usual emoxpunk nonsense however, hailing from Kentucky, the influences such as Led Zeppelin are somewhat occurent on this album led by Breen's powerful vocals. There are massive hints and nods at 70s classic rock and, of course, 90s grunge. As a result all the songs are massive riff-laden catchy rock fantasies complete with hand-claps. Sometimes the link to the popular emo genre comes up in my mind but this has definitely more balls as the average emo band.
some classics on the album include,
The hey man!
The new violence
...the willing
Breathe under water
and my personal guitar fling favourite! Xeroxicide!
But please dont let me digress, BUY THIS ALBUM! and find out for yourself.
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Fantastic live band Emanuel have pulled off an incredible debut album. Mixing gravelly, metal vocals with lighter, melodic singing, riffage a-plenty and big hooks in the choruses, it's a classic rock album in the making. Fresh, invigorating and memorable at a time when too many so-called rock bands are whining at their sneakers.
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Gripping and powerful album... From start to finish you'll find yourself hooked to the album's fast paced rock with a slight punkish element... It's hard to classify this album! Soooo... get out there and find some samples of the album on the web! Or don't - Just buy the album and be pleasantly surprised!
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Though I broadly classify Emanuel as an 'Emo' band, their music isnt exactly Taking back Sunday. Their album is fierce and relentless, and frankly, brilliant. It takes a lot of hints from 'emo' music, but thats not quite where its at.
Its a real shame there are no smaples available to listen to. If you need convincing to buy this, do a google search see if you can find any samples of their songs. Good music like this deserves to be listened to by all.
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